Thursday, February 23, 2017

Retail Real Estate Investors Hunt for Yields in Secondary Markets

In 2016 investment in secondary urban retail properties increased by 43.5 percent, while investment in primary markets were down 46.1 percent, according to JLL’s Retail Investment Outlook for Q4 2016.

Retail properties in secondary cities are meeting investor demands for both steady incomes and strong demographics. For those investors, those attributes are more than enough to offset whatever the properties lack in prestige. . . . more

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