The Shopping Center market is undergoing a drastic change from the big box and regional mall platform. As the post-recession economy continues to strengthen, increasing job growth and consumption, so does the demand for shopping center commercial real estate investments. Historically low cap rates have motivated owners and developers to improve their positions, giving them the ability to earn a higher yield than previously anticipated. Within the retail market, rapid consumer spending has increased buyer’s confidence in the stability of shopping center investments.
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