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Why Invest In Self Storage?

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History of Self Storage

Modern day Self Storage is believed to have started in Texas USA in the early 60’s, with rapid growth to the present date, there is now over 58,000 sites across the United States, 3,000 sites across Europe and around 3,450 throughout Australia and New Zealand.

The Australian Self Storage industry was born in the mid 70’s with the firsts sites in Western Sydney. It was not until the late 80’s that the industry saw substantial growth and today has become one of the country’s fastest growing sectors.

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Why Invest In Self Storage?

Self Storage offers investors the opportunity to diversify their investments with relative safety and confidence. The Self Storage sector has proven to be one of the, if not the most, robust real estate segments over the past decade, confirming its attraction and resistance to economic downturn.

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Portfolio Diversification

Self Storage brings some unique benefits that deliver a robust financial proposal and illustrate why Self Storage is a good diversification solution:

  • Diverse renter base.
  • Low dependency on single big renters.
  • Rental rate adjustment frequency.
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Return on Investment

In developing markets, Self Storage companies are typically producing double digit annual returns. With its robust stabilisation characteristic, good returns nearly always continue over the life of the investment. This is often why many Self Storage owners/investors stay with their investment over the long term despite attractive third-party offers.

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Award Winning Facilities

  • 2017 SSAA Facility of the Year – KeepSafe Storage Balcatta, WA
  • 2015 SSAA Facility of the Year – U-Store-IT Keswick, SA
2019 SSAA Facility of the Year (More than 500 Units)
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Fort Knox Self Storage Coburg, VIC

2018 SSAA Facility of the Year

National Mini Storage Newmarket, NZ

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