As Self-Storage Cash Flows Rise, Competition for Assets Compresses Rates

As Self-Storage Cash Flows Rise, Competition for Assets Compresses Rates

Both occupancy and rents continue to rise at self-storage properties, particularly as construction is only meeting a fraction of demand, according to market experts.

The self-storage industry is difficult to measure, as about 80 percent of all properties are owned by small private or mom-and-pop firms. However, as the multifamily sector has skyrocketed from the recession, the niche self-storage industry is attracting all sorts of new investors looking for safe returns

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