Green Streets U.S. Sector Outlooks Examines Post-Pandemic Real Estate Opportunities

The forecasted studies include an in-depth analysis of operational fundamentals and property assessments for the apartment, single-family rental, industrial, office, retail, strip center, and self-storage facilities

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Green Street has published its 2022 Sector Outlooks, a collection of enlarged research papers highlighting fresh prospects in a post-pandemic climate for seven core and specialist property industries in the United States. The forecasted studies include an in-depth analysis of operational fundamentals and property assessments for the apartment, single-family rental, industrial, office, retail, strip center, and self-storage facilities.

Green Street extended its private market-level data capabilities as private equity investors poured unprecedented sums of cash into commercial real estate in 2021. The Self-Storage and Single-Family Rental (SFR) Outlooks, in particular, are two of its most desirable property categories among private investors.

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Since the start of Covid-19, widespread acceptance of work-from-home (WFH) rules has created an unprecedented degree of mobility among professionals, sparking demand for space in various specialist industries, including self-storage and SFR housing. Green Street believes that the sustained demand will benefit private and public marketplace investors.

"Self-storage operations unequivocally benefited from the pandemic, and many related tailwinds appear permanent post-Covid, specifically those related to the ability to WFH," says Spenser Allaway, a senior analyst and self-storage expert for Green Street. "Positive operating trends are likely to continue to attract new development capital this year, though a lot of low-hanging fruit, particularly in the top 20 markets, was picked off during the last supply wave from 2016 to 2019."

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