Self Storage Performance Quarterly Q1 2019

Self Storage Performance Quarterly

April 2019

Dear Subscriber,

Rental income increased Nationwide, while asking rental rates also increased. Physical occupancy stayed the same in the first quarter of the yearly cycle Nationwide. The increase in rental income is particularly important because it demonstrates that revenue enhancement models increased rents on units in place Nationwide. This can further be demonstrated in the “National” graph of actual rent. Supply and demand metrics appear to be slightly slowing this quarter, and still positive for the year. Construction starts decreased 10% from last quarter and decreased 5% as of 1Q18. According to F.W. Dodge, there have been 443 new starts the last four quarters (new starts includes new construction and alterations, additions, or renovations).

National Actual Rent Per SQFT (10x10 Analysis)










Climate Ground

Climate - Upper Level

Non-Climate Ground

Non-Climate - Upper Level

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