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Articles about Retail


Residential | October 2018 
The Times are Changing Before Our Very Eyes
The homebuying landscape is changing rapidly. The transformation is being led by millennials who are increasingly becoming a driving force in the market. That means how homes are bought, sold an...
By Joe Langner, chief executive officer, Blue Sage Solutions

Commercial | May 2018 
Flip the Retail Script
The shift in consumer behavior toward embracing e-commerce — which now accounts for about 9 percent of all retail sales, according to the U.S. Census Bureau — has been a dominant trend in this economi...
By Christopher Muoio, senior quantitative strategist, Ten-X Commercial

Commercial | January 2018 
A Tale of Two Financing Deals
Following is a tale of two commercial real estate deals, one that was successful at securing financing and one that was not. Understanding the dynamics of each is instructive for commercial ...
By Clark Briner, founder and CEO, Revere Capital

Commercial | February 2015 
Retail Checkups: A Barometer of Fitness
Commercial real estate is a highly localized investment class, and retail is no exception. Currently, many industry and economic barometers point to strengthening retail markets across the country, in...
By Andrew S. Hochberg, managing principal, Next Realty

Commercial | March 2007 
Credit Card Receivables Financing: Sign Here
In the past few years, commercial mortgage brokers have encountered tremendous pressure. With rate-based refinancings now a thing of the past and more brokers entering the commercial market, it can ...
By Howard Chernin, executive vice president, American Microloan

Commercial | January 2007 
Browse the Retail Sector
U.S. neighborhood and community shopping centers have demonstrated exceptional stability in operating fundamentals and cash-flow performance through the most recent peak and trough in the commercial...
By Sam Chandan, chief economist and senior vice president for research, Reis Inc.

Commercial | December 2008 
Inside Small-Balance
As the new year approaches and concerns about the health of local and regional real estate markets linger, it pays for lenders and brokers to keep close tabs on where rents on small-balance properti...
By Randy Fuchs, principal and co-founder, Scotsman Guide Media

Commercial | October 2008 
Property TypeCast
After a relatively stable run from 2004 to ’07, neighborhood and community shopping centers saw the largest quarterly deterioration in occupancy in the second quarter of this year. This could indica...
By Victor Calanog, chief economist and senior vice president for research, Reis Inc.

Residential | February 2008 
Wholesale Vs. Retail — Which Costs Less?
In recent months, mortgage brokers have met much scrutiny, with politicians, regulators and others appearing to blame them for the current mortgage mess. Proposals such as the Mortgage Re...
By David Olson, president and managing director, Access Mortgage Research & Consulting Inc

Commercial | November 2009 
From the Editor
"This is what a recovery looks like," former Federal Reserve Board Chairman Alan Greenspan said upon release of September's unemployment rate, 9.8 percent — a 0.1-percent increase from August. ...
By Tony Stasiek, editor, Scotsman Guide Media

Commercial | June 2009 
From the Editor
June 1 marks potential opening of the liquidity floodgates, with the Federal Reserve's Term Asset-Backed Securities Loan Facility (TALF) now open for high-rated commercial-mortgage-backed securities...
By Tony Stasiek, editor, Scotsman Guide Media

Commercial | May 2009 
Q&A: Michael Kercheval, International Council of Shopping Centers
While consumption is down, personal savings grew from 3.9 percent in December 2008 to 5 percent this past January, according to the Bureau of Economic Analysis. The retail industry is feeling this c...
By Jennifer Garrett, editor, Scotsman Guide Media

Commercial | March 2009 
Top o' the Market to You
Although many commercial lenders have restricted their guidelines or stopped lending altogether, there still is one area of lending where brokers can help their investor borrowers find funds: priva...
By Kurt Lefteroff, principal, Secured Private Capital LLC

Commercial | March 2009 
Commercial Chatter: Hits and Misses
There is no shortage of real estate news these days. You'll find an avalanche of information on the Internet, television and radio and in newspapers and magazines. But is all of it true? ...
By Fred Hollister, senior vice president, director of commercial lending, Global Fundings Inc.

Commercial | July 2014 
Fun Adds Serious Value to Shopping Centers
For many Americans, large retail shopping malls have become comparable to amusement parks or playgrounds over the past few decades. Many people spend substantial free time at these malls, which have e...
By Rick Tobin, real estate financier, First Financial Bancorp


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