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Investor Outlook: COVID-19 Survey Results

DATE June 22, 2020 / Author


Click Here to Explore the Results With the ever-evolving news and fallouts surrounding COVID-19, we reached out to CRE professionals in our database to gauge investor sentiment and near-term expectations through a survey.   Here Are Our Key Findings: Investors show reduced concern for CRE market Improved outlook on COVID-19 impact Investors improve optimism about […]

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Retail Banks: How Technology is Transforming Banking

DATE May 28, 2020 / Author


Click Here to Download the Report Gone are the days where customers must physically visit branches for all their banking needs. Historically, retail banks have been characterized as some of the safest single tenant investments due to their impeccable credit rating, brand name recognition, and premier retail locations. However, with the rise of technological advances, […]

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Do you Really Know Your Tenant? COVID-19

DATE May 27, 2020 / Author


Click Here to Download the Report 4 Essential Questions Landlords Should be Asking We previously wrote an article that addressed the four questions investors should ask themselves to oversee the investment itself. Monitoring investments allows landlords to spot red flags early, providing them with the time needed to divulge and possibly implement a back-up plan […]

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Investor Outlook: COVID-19 Survey Results

DATE May 20, 2020 / Author


Click Here to Explore the Results¬† As the news surrounding COVID-19 and the respective economic fallout evolves, we sent another survey to CRE professionals in our database to gather feedback on near-term investment expectations and overall investor sentiment. Here are our key findings: Though investors remain way, outlook improved regarding COVID-19’s impact Investors are increasingly […]

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Special Report | Shopping Centers Adjust to the New Norm

DATE May 12, 2020 / Author


Click here to download full report With the nation on the road to reopening, retailers are reflecting on the disruption created by COVID-19, an estimated $150 billion in sales was lost in April. Over the last two months, 75 percent of non-essential retail stores remained closed, and 1.3 million U.S. store employees were furloughed. The […]

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Special Report | Coronavirus Impact on CRE Update Part 2

DATE May 12, 2020 / Author


Click here to download full report The United States economy has been in a near-total shut down for all of April, and many states are remaining in lockdown until the end of May or later. In the past six weeks, widespread business closures have left a lasting impression on the overall market, and initial claims […]

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Special Report | The Race to Reopen Retail

DATE May 7, 2020 / Author


Click here to download full report As we enter May, some of the largest U.S. retailers are itching to reopen after being forced to close for weeks by state mandates to curb the COVID-19 pandemic. Now, states including Georgia, South Carolina, and Texas are beginning to lift these mandates, and stores will soon be welcoming […]

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Special Report | COVID-19 Impact on Self-Storage

DATE May 6, 2020 / Author


Click here to download full report Amid recent events, self-storage is faring well with many experts deeming the sector recession-resistant. Starting from a strong position before the outbreak, many self-storage facilities experienced heightened demand, despite the stall in rent growth in primary markets due to over-supply. Proving to be less susceptible to COVID-19, self-storage is […]

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Landlords work with tenants to help add property value amid COVID-19

DATE April 30, 2020 / Author


Click here to download full report As we approach the first of a new month and the COVID-19 shut-down prolongs, many tenants and landlords are seeking creative solutions that allow both parties to remain viable. With the talks of opening up America, capacity levels will be limited and enforced, thus eliminating retailers from going back […]

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