Demand Outweighs Concerns for Self-Storage Customers Says SSDS June 2010 Report

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Self Storage Data Services Inc., a Los Angeles-based provider of self-storage operating-performance statistics, released its rental-activity report for June 2010. Based on the rental activity of approximately 900,000 self-storage units in 1,500 facilities nationwide, SSDS reported that demand for storage outweighed consumer’s concerns over the economy. Self-storage fundamentals continued to strengthen, led by physical occupancy. Performance varied from market to market, though the east region experienced the largest increases.
 
The complete Self Storage Performance Quarterly report, which reveals rental-activity patterns in various regions of the country, is available only to subscribers and can be downloaded at SSdata.net.

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