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The US retail sector’s fundamentals in early 2019 are holding their own with operators and tenants getting more creative with the use of brick and mortar, writes Yardi’s Chris Barbier, principal, investment management
National Retail Tenants Association member and NAI Global’s director of retail and investment services Mez Birdie offers a tenant perspective of the US sector.
Property values are falling, forcing lenders to question their exposure to the sector.
Attractive risk-adjusted returns are still available in European retail real estate if investors can see through negative sentiment and select the right assets, argues Savills Investment Management’s Kiran Patel.
The prognosis for Australia’s retail market, even brick-and-mortar, is positive, argues Matthew Strotton, QIC’s director of capital, global real estate.
In uncertain times for the sector, this is the question preying on investors’ minds. Real Estate Investments’ principal and the former global head of real estate at ADIA, Bill Schwab, offers an answer.
Service is not just for travel and leisure. It is quickly becoming the norm across all property types.
Although traditional debt providers have become more cautious about the stateside shopping sector, newer lenders are looking for opportunities. By Michelle Phillips
The investment arm of the Chinese financial conglomerate is set to close its first yuan-denominated fund targeting the property type this month.
The Singapore-headquartered firm is partnering with China’s CICC for its first RMB-denominated real estate investment vehicle.
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