For those who view the volume of investment sales as a barometer of the health of the retail real estate market, there’s good news and there’s bad news. The good news is that conditions for striking deals appear to be near perfect—the U.S. economy is improving, vacancies are under control and landlords are starting to push up rents. Plus, there’s certainly plenty of money out there for retail acquisitions.
The bad news is that intense level of
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