Here’s the problem with searching for outside storage in Irving, or anywhere else, for that matter: it is practically everywhere?  Outside storage is like bluebonnets on the prairie in springtime.  There is outside storage Irving, outside storage Grapevine, outside storage Arlington, outside storage Fort Worth . . .shall we continue?  Which is the best for you?

It is our job to find what is best for you. We are RDS Real Estate, and industrial space for lease in Tarrant County is what we do. Call us at (817) 439-3224 if you want some professional help with your search.

What does outside storage mean?

Outside storage is one of those catch phrases in real estate which can mean a number of things.  Does it mean a storage shed outside a larger structure? Does it mean a large lot where one can park heavy equipment?  The first order of business, if we were helping you, would be to narrow down your search so it included exactly what it is you want.  We can do that.

Does location matter of outside storage matter?

That’s a tough question! It really depends upon the nature of your business, and what you need that outside storage for.  Do you need it daily to run your business, or will the outside storage be the main location of your business?  Remember that industrial property for rent differs from city to city with regards to cost and with regards to governmental oversight, permits, and control.  You may want outside storage Irving when in fact a much better deal can be had with outside storage Fort Worth, or in unincorporated North Fort Worth in the Alliance Area, where a certificate of occupancy is not required.

So yes, location matters and yes, we pay close attention to it.

And what about the cost of outside storage?

The cost of outside storage in Tarrant County is all over the board. Do not assume for a moment that outside storage Dallas will be comparable in price as outside storage Irving or outside storage Haltom City.

Some areas are more desirable, and desirability equals price in industrial property for rent.  It’s a simple case of supply and demand, and it is as true in real estate as it is in oranges in a grocery store.  So what can you afford? What are you prepared to pay for that outside storage? What can your operating budget handle? Is there a better deal ten miles down the road, and is it worth it, to you, to drive that extra ten miles to save one-hundred dollars or more per month?

None of these are easy questions, but they are questions which must be answered to find you the best industrial property for lease Tarrant County, and at RDS Real Estate we not only ask the tough questions but we help you to answer them.  Contact us today . . . (817) 439-3224 . . . locally owned and operated, Tarrant County is where we work and play.  Put us to work doing what we love to do, matching properties with businesses!