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Income and expense reports

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Allen Tang

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I am looking for sample income and expense data report for industrial / warehouse buildings.

I know that IREM has data for office, apartments, condos, and shopping centers, but they don't have it for warehouse buildings.

BOMA doesn't seem to have specific income and expense or operating expense data for specific building types . . . or maybe I'm missing something.

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Allen
 

PL1957

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I am looking for sample income and expense data report for industrial / warehouse buildings.

I know that IREM has data for office, apartments, condos, and shopping centers, but they don't have it for warehouse buildings.

BOMA doesn't seem to have specific income and expense or operating expense data for specific building types . . . or maybe I'm missing something.

Thanks

Allen
NAIOP used to publish something, but I haven't seen it in a few years.
 

Sheikh Yerbouti

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Most of these things are NNN, so I doubt if anyone thinks it's worthwhile to keep track.
 

David Bailey

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NAIOP used to publish something, but I haven't seen it in a few years.

To my knowledge, '01-'02 is the latest version available. From the above post, I'm guessing that they're trying to finally update it.
 

CBBoston

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The IREM i&e data is simply an average for the properties "reported" to them. In some markets that might be only 4 or 5 properties. Its better than a poke in the eye with a sharp stick but some times noth much. However sometimes you can't find anything better.
 
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