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Faces of Industrial Capital Markets

Stream Realty Partners.
|Photography by Matthew Shelley
Left to Right: Trey Mahla, Seth Koschak, Matteson Hamilton, Haili Rumsey, Lee Belland, III

Stream Realty Partners’ industrial capital markets team, led by native Texans Seth Koschak and Matteson Hamilton, has quickly grown to a team of eight with the additions of Lee Belland III, Haili Rumsey, Trey Mahla, Blake McVean, Alex Keeton, and Jennie Wu. 

Focusing on institutional investment sales, equity, and debt sourcing for industrial projects across Texas, the team’s market-first mentality provides a unique perspective within a service line that is more in focus now than ever before, given the volatility within capital markets. Having executed thousands of lease transactions and numerous development projects in their careers before transitioning full time to capital markets, the team’s unique perspective and boots-on-the-ground experience allows for value creation by helping buyers and sellers understand real-time market dynamics to extract the utmost value. 

By leveraging Stream’s significant presence within the industrial market across Texas (current industrial portfolio exceeds 150,000,000 square feet), there is no stone unturned when it comes to market information and identifying trends. Koschak, executive managing director and partner, says, “The current volatility within the capital markets space has spotlighted market fundamentals and what is truly taking place on a microlevel with each asset. Being able to leverage our 15-plus years of experience and local brokerage teams on the ground across the Texas markets allows us to provide buyers and sellers with the latest information to make informed decisions and drive value on behalf of our clients.” 

Despite headwinds being experienced within the capital markets, vacancy rates across all Texas industrial markets remain at or near record lows. The team will be closely tracking leasing velocity as any pullback in demand could result in a handful of submarkets being over-supplied for a few quarters. As market dynamics continue to take shape, it is no longer feasible to paint all markets with a broad brush, and evaluating opportunities on a microlevel is paramount. 

With a healthy pipeline of projects in the market (and others soon to be launched), the team expects the remainder of 2023 to be active. While market volatility will continue, they view this environment as a great time to invest in industrial real estate as the fundamental drivers for industrial assets continue to grow, unlike other product types. As population growth accelerates across Texas, the need for industrial space to serve the surrounding rooftops will remain a top focus for retailers, distribution companies, and alike. 

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