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3 Sep 2021

Doubling Down on Digital: How Restaurant Brands are Planning for the Future

10 min read
  A New Beginning As businesses were forced to navigate a new type of economic downturn in 2020, profound changes unfolded and have reinvigorated the quick-service and fast-casual industry. In particular, the industry pivoted to more off-premise channels, digital tools, and enhanced efficiency. Downturns of any kind tend to birth new trends but also accelerate […]
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16 Sep 2021

Q3 2021 Multifamily Market Report | Atlanta, GA

5 min read

  The Atlanta multifamily market continues to bolster and gain national traction. Job growth coupled with population growth, which are the key multifamily indicators, continue to cultivate this rise in demand. Atlanta’s business-friendly environment and relatively low cost of living in such a major market in the United States is attracting significant corporate relocations and […]

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3 Sep 2021

Leasing Strategies & Trends: The Ultimate Guide to Leasing a New Construction Shopping Center

10 min read

Shopping Center Owners in 2021 are approaching retail leasing cautiously and selectively due to the rent instability that occurred in 2020. Many landlords suffered as collection issues and vacancies rose because of the pandemic. As a result, new construction shopping centers welcome tenants based on their essential nature, income, and pricing transparency. As consumer shopping […]

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3 Sep 2021

Leasing Trends Dominating the Midwest

10 min read

  The Midwest boasts some of the largest industries in the nation, with manufacturing and healthcare topping the list. In addition, the region hosts almost ten percent of U.S.-based tech start-ups and houses 139 Fortune 500 Companies. Entailing one of the largest populations in the U.S., about 21 percent of the population, or 68 million […]

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3 Sep 2021

Doubling Down on Digital: How Restaurant Brands are Planning for the Future

10 min read

  A New Beginning As businesses were forced to navigate a new type of economic downturn in 2020, profound changes unfolded and have reinvigorated the quick-service and fast-casual industry. In particular, the industry pivoted to more off-premise channels, digital tools, and enhanced efficiency. Downturns of any kind tend to birth new trends but also accelerate […]

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1 Sep 2021

MATTHEWS™ CAPITAL MARKETS RATE SHEET | SEPTEMBER

Click the link below for the Matthews™ 2021 September Capital Markets Update.   

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1 Sep 2021

Undergoing An Upgrade – Why Offices are Being Converted for Medical Purposes

15 min read

  Medical office buildings (MOBs) have exhibited significant demand from investors over the past decade, buoyed by consistent occupancy and rent growth. With technology allowing advanced procedures to be performed outside of centralized facilities and the increased demand for outpatient services, many health systems are opening medical facilities outside of centralized campuses. In search of […]

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31 Aug 2021

Agents Speak: The Cleveland CRE Market

5 min read

How do you expect the Cleveland real estate market to perform going forward? Cleveland will continue to perform at a stable and modest rate. The strength of the market lies in the depth of large stable employers. The world-renowned hospital systems (and the ancillary businesses built around them), Progressive Insurance, Key Bank, Sherwin Williams are […]

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31 Aug 2021

The Cap Rate Spread | Comparing Multifamily Classifications

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  CRE investors often use capitalization rates, or cap rates, as the industry standard measure of expected returns on an asset. Factoring in the asset’s price and produced net income, multifamily investors can better determine the performance potential. Further, they can categorize a property into three asset classes, A, B, and C, to assess the […]

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30 Aug 2021

Retail Center Review

15 min read

The Assets That Remained Liquid     Shopping centers experienced mixed results from the challenges presented throughout 2020. Depending on their anchor and location, shopping centers either struggled or flourished. Quality, well-positioned assets with essential retailers witnessed heightened demand, while shopping centers with predominantly discretionary stores saw depleted revenue and decreased demand from investors and […]

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