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Category: Net Lease Retail, Shopping Centers Tags: net lease retail, Shopping centers
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Historically, if an asset was well located, had the right credit tenancy, or was a dominant shopping center, an institution of REIT would be interested in placing large sums of capital. Today, things have changed, and investors must take into consideration:

  • Surrounding demographics and if the shopping center still caters to the needs of the area
  • The role of the anchor tenant
  • Property’s age, condition, location, and accessibility
  • Tenant quality
  • Length of lease

A deal may look great on the surface – a large asset with the perfect anchors and tenants in tow for the vacant space – but is it simply too big? Click below to read more on the strategy behind breaking up retail.

The Breaking Up Of Retail.

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