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Corporations Are Bringing Needed Inventory to the Sale-Leaseback Market

Investors that have been frustrated by intense competition and a thin supply of for-sale corporate sale-leaseback properties are welcoming a growing pipeline of deals. Companies ranging from FedEx to Taco

More Investors Eye Grocery-Anchored Shopping Centers for Better Risk-Adjusted Returns

When Kroger-anchored Crossroads South hit the market earlier this year, Matt Annibale, senior director of acquisitions with First National Realty Partners (FNRP), jumped at the chance to acquire the 201,404-sq.-ft.

Hotel and Office Investments Are a High-Risk, High-Reward Bet

In the wake of the COVID-19 disruption, the lending market today looks vastly different than it did just over a year ago. Long-term asset values in the hotel and office markets remain

Industrial Tenants Renew Leases Far in Advance, Raise Warehouse Roofs and More to Deal with Space Shortage

Through most of the pandemic, the U.S. industrial sector has been performing so well that both rents and prices have been nearing records. But a recent report from the logistics giant Prologis highlights just how

How to Bring Personalization to Multifamily Proptech Tools

Here are some things to keep in mind when adapting new property management and leasing technologies.   As multifamily owners are trying to adapt to a world in which tenants

Loans Backed by Office Buildings Were Supposed to be Battered. That Prediction Proved Wrong

Office loan portfolios held by non-bank lenders have been posting steady performance, helped by long leases, high quality assets and some workouts.   When the COVID-19 pandemic forced companies around

Will CPI Increases Impact Office Rent Escalations in the Months Ahead?

Inflation is rising. But it’s unlikely to have a significant impact on office rents.   It used to be that office leases would use the consumer price index (CPI) as

Will Inflation Erase the Demand for Net Lease Drugstores?

The lack of rent escalations in drugstore leases could be a problem in an inflationary environment. But the story is more complex than that.   When Walgreens announced last month