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Self-Storage Metropolitan Area Report – Fourth Quarter 2012
The Self-Storage Metropolitan Statistical Area Report, prepared by Cushman & Wakefield and Self Storage Data Services, contains information regarding income, expenses, occupancy, supply, asking rental rates, concessions, and rent per available square foot within a specific MSA (choose from 50 markets). The one-page report includes:
- An overview of market conditions
- Performance at-a-glance
- Self-storage performance index
- Asking rental rates by unit type
- Rent per available square foot
- Physical occupancy
- Income and expenses guide
The Metropolitan Statistical Area Report will appeal to self-storage owners, investors, analysts, appraisers and brokers who wish to follow industry trends and see national benchmarks against which to measure their own or other facilities. The report also will be useful to small self-storage operators who wish to compare their facility performance to national benchmarks.
Self Storage Data Services (SSDS) is an independent research team at the Self Storage Industry Group of Cushman & Wakefield that provides real-time industry research with regular reports. SSDS is the nation's only source for monthly and quarterly operating-performance benchmarking trends, supply-and-demand trends, and transactional data. The company's statistics come from 7,000 self-storage facilities (of 17,000 facilities in the top 50 MSAs), tracked every 90 days. SSDS tracks more than 1 million storage units monthly.
Cushman & Wakefield is among the world's largest privately held commercial real estate services firms. The firm's Valuation & Advisory Division, which includes the Self Storage Industry Group, is one of the largest real estate valuation and consulting organizations in the world. Cushman & Wakefield reports are useful data and analysis tools for bankers, lenders, real estate investment trusts, Wall Street advisory companies, brokers and other professionals.
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