Self-Storage Rents, Revenues Attract Investor Recognition

Self-Storage Rents, Revenues Attract Investor Recognition

Self-storage property owners have increased their income this year because they are enjoying the best of both worlds—lower vacancies and higher rents. In fact, increased rental rates haven't deterred customers, so owners continue to lift unit rates higher every few months to see how high they can lift the ceiling.

The industry has about 91 percent occupancy, with the rental rates averaging just more than $87 a 100-sq.-ft. ground level, non-climate

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