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21 Sep 2021

Net Lease Tenant Report

15 min read
  In 2021, single tenant net lease found stability, and demand increased among pandemic-resilient product types. Investors continue to look for investment-grade tenants with a history of longevity and a proven track record of staying profitable in all economic climates. In this report, Matthews™ takes a look at data from 60+ tenants, including current on-market […]
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15 Oct 2021

It’s a Landlord’s Market

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Rents have increased 11.5 percent year-over-year, according to Bloomberg, making it increasingly difficult to for low-income tenants to afford rent. Apartment List reported that each one of the nation’s top 100 largest metros have seen increased rents month-over-month for the last five months. Rent spikes are most prominent in places like the Phoenix metro or […]

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13 Oct 2021

International Tea Importers Sells Commerce Properties for $17.5 Million

Two industrial properties in Commerce have sold for $17.5 million. The properties are located at 2140 Davie Ave. and 5830 Triangle Drive.   Longpoint Realty Partners purchased the sites in a sale-leaseback transaction, where the seller immediately leases back the property from the new owner. These types of arrangements give the seller a cash infusion […]

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8 Oct 2021

Demand Rises for Convenient, Quality and Affordable Retail in Cleveland

In nearly every major metro in the Midwest, the most active retailers expanding, leasing or developing involve grocers, discounters and drive-thru tenants. Most of the activity in the Midwest is reflective of the broader trend in shifting consumer demands, away from wants and more toward needs and services.    Discount retailers    It’s no surprise […]

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7 Oct 2021

To Evict Or Not To Evict? What Comes Next For SoCal Landlords?

2 min read

  California’s statewide eviction moratorium expired last week, but residents of Los Angeles county may still be protected against eviction proceedings if they are unable to pay rent due to hardships caused by Covid-19. As a result, many LA landlords are wondering what will come next and how they can best proceed. Should they keep their current tenants, even if […]

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4 Oct 2021

Drive-Thrus | The Future of Off-Premise Sales

3 min read

Drive-thrus remain a prevalent method for revenue during a time of uncertainty. Though drive-thrus were more commonly associated among fast-food chains, drive-thrus quickly became a retail staple amid the COVID-19 pandemic. With several companies hunting for locations with drive-thru capabilities, there is no shortage of demand. Though leasing activity slowed across the nation during a […]

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1 Oct 2021

Eviction Moratorium Extended in Los Angeles

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The temporary eviction moratorium in California ended September 30th, 2021, but Los Angeles County has extended commercial tenant protection to January 2022 and residential protection in the City of Los Angeles to October 2022. This applies to financially burdened tenants due to the COVID-19 pandemic, though landlords can still evict tenants for other reasons, like […]

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1 Oct 2021

How Pragmatism Will Get Your Financing Deal to the Finish Line

2 min read

  Matthews™ knows the key factors that ensure a real estate project will secure funding   Location, return profile and quality of sponsorship. Those are the three characteristics that can make or break every real estate financing deal, according to Jay Soave, First Vice President, capital markets division at Matthews Real Estate Investment Services—and he […]

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28 Sep 2021

Q3 2021 Industrial Market Report | Birmingham & Huntsville, AL

6 min read

  Benefitting from both a national surge in logistics demand and the improved manufacturing climate, Birmingham’s industrial market is strong. Vacancies are tight and hovering around 2.6 percent, giving pricing power to the landlords. Rents have increased at an impressive rate, growing 6.6 percent over the last 12 months. Despite this, developers have been hesitant […]

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28 Sep 2021

Q3 2021 Industrial Market Report | Chattanooga, TN

4 min read

  Chattanooga is still recovering from the COVID-19 pandemic, posting positive economic growth. The market’s low business costs, able workforce, and easy access to larger logistics markets have attracted manufacturing and logistics companies. The increased industrial demand for distribution space comes from companies looking to serve the local population, smaller manufacturing firms, and Volkswagen. Though […]

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