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Retail Investments Begin to Stabilize;

Retail Investments Begin to Stabilize;
Insights and Analyses on 40 Major Markets

With construction near record lows in most markets, reemerging national retailer expansion offered positive momentum to retail operations. Targeting infill space in urban centers and dark, big-box space vacated during the recession, rising activity by major retailers has offset space vacated by weakened local stores. Sales activity has been dominated by opportunistic REIT and institutional acquisitions, but rising transaction levels have facilitated price discovery in many markets. While vacancies remain relatively flat in many markets, some metros have begun to recover, enticing investors to come off the sidelines.

These positive trends, alongside solid sales, are emerging in retail operations, supporting the a broadening stabilization of retail investments.

To help you capitalize on the opportunities available in the retail investment market, Marcus & Millichap presents the Third Quarter Local Retail Reports, which detail key performance measures within 40 retail markets across the country.

Please click here to access these reports. 

Marcus & Millichap provides research reports on the Research Services page of MarcusMillichap.com. If you would like additional information on a certain market, please contact your local office to speak with an investment specialist.

Best wishes for your continued success, and we look forward to serving your investment needs.

John Chang
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