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CHICAGO—Jack Fraker, CBRE‘s managing director of the company’s Capital Markets Industrial Practice, recently told GlobeSt.com that demand for industrial commercial real estate has far outstripped the supply. “It’s something like a 4:1 or 5:1 imbalance. A lot of capital wants to be in real estate, but there aren’t a lot of available deals on the market. The competition is resulting in a downward pressure on cap rates.”   

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