Tag: Industrial CRE

What Covid-19 Is Doing To Industrial CRE Loans

Industrial CRE Lending Risk Update

While several commercial real estate (CRE) sectors are showing signs of stress, the industrial sector is one of the few bank credit lines that are improving. Companies gained confidence at the end of the second quarter and started to lease more space. As such, weekly leasing activity jumped back to pre-Covid-19 levels after hitting a low in mid-April. In this article, we take a quick look at national CRE industrial sector economics and explain why banks may want to consider reallocating more capital to this area. 

 

The Status of Industrial CRE Lending in America

Industrial CRE Lending

Of all the subsectors in bank lending, industrial commercial real estate (CRE) has been a favorite for the past year. Warehouses, distribution, logistics and manufacturing properties have performed well and banks that sought to curtail retail lending over the past five years have largely increased lending on industrial properties. Since this is such a popular subsector, we wanted to take a look at the data to see what we can glean to increase bank performance.

 

Industrial Fundamentals

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