Texas Flirts With Oversupply of Self-Storage

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Speaking to a panel of real estate professionals in the 1980s on the dangers of overbuilding during a period of economic expansion, Dallas real estate magnate Trammell Crow offered lenders in the crowd a simple proposition: “If you stop lending, I’ll stop developing.”

Thirty-one years later, the nature of that relationship has manifested in the Texas self-storage market. After minimal delivery of self-storage properties in 2012 and 2013, development began to surge in 2014. The Texas Self Storage Association (TSSA) estimates that there are now roughly 6,500 facilities statewide, and local sources concur that unit growth from 2014 to the present has been somewhere in the neighborhood of 350 new facilities per year. [Read more from RE Business Online]

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