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Lenders are Heading to Inland Empire East

ONTARIO, CA–With competition among lenders in full swing in L.A. and Orange County, many are eyeing this submarket as an area of growth and opportunity for deals, say speakers at RealShare Inland Empire.

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Ports and IE: Food Chain to Consumers

ONTARIO, CA–The path from Asian exporting companies to L.A./Long Beach ports and its proximity to the Inland Empire create the ideal environment for industrial to thrive here, say speakers at RealShare Inland Empire.

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Rents Surpassing Peak in Inland Empire

ONTARIO, CA–Some size ranges of industrial space in this market are under such great demand that rents continue to climb, CBRE’s Darla Longo tells GlobeSt.com in this EXCLUSIVE preview to RealShare Inland Empire.

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Inland Empire’s Biggest Industrial Dilemma

ONTARIO, CA–Finding product to buy and getting a high yield from it is the biggest problem investors have in this market, Panattoni’s Steve Batcheller tells GlobeSt.com in this EXCLUSIVE preview to RealShare Inland Empire.

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Vacancy Rates Expected to Remain Stable in 2015

RIVERSIDE, CA–In an EXCLUSIVE sneak peak at Lee & Associates’ Q4 industrial report, even with a lack of inventory, the fourth quarter still posted strong activity and gross absorption for the East Valley Market of the Inland Empire.

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Foreign Direct Investors a New Target Market

NEWPORT BEACH, CA–Increasing foreign direct investment in the Inland Empire has Guthrie Development Co. changing its marketing strategy at Airport Distribution Center, Rob Guthrie and CBRE’s Jason Chao tell GlobeSt.com EXCLUSIVELY .

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Inland Empire Renewals Back in Vogue for 2015

INLAND EMPIRE, CA–Internal expansion, renewals, e-commerce, relocations, spec development and land grabs all serve as key trend for the Inland Empire industrial market in 2015, says a source in this EXCLUSIVE article on the subject.

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Availability Low for Smaller I.E. Industrial

ONTARIO, CA–The vacancy rate for buildings under 100,000 square feet remains tight at 2.8% in the East Inland Empire and 2.2% in the West Inland Empire, reports Colliers International in this UPDATE to a previous story.

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