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retail: Net Lease Cap Rates Continue Falling - 08/13/12 04:28 PM
The article below was featured in Retail Traffic. Our Sperry Van Ness office in North Alabama would like to share this article with you. The Huntsville, AL SVN commerical real estate office is operated by Ava Terry, Broker and Neil Victor, CCIM along with Terri Dean. Source: Retail Traffic | Post Date July 19, 2012 | Reported by Elaine Misonzhnik In spite of predictions to the contrary, average cap rates for net leased retail properties compressed another 25 basis points from the first to the second quarter of 2012, according to a new report from The Boulder Group, a Northbrook, Ill.-based firm specializing (0 comments)
retail: 2012 Retail Outlook is Conservative - 11/14/11 03:50 PM
Neil Victor, CCIM and Terri Dean of Sperry Van Ness Huntsville, Alabama office would like to share this article from CCIM.com: Economic uncertainty is causing retailers to be cautious as they plan for 2012, according to Colliers International’s 3Q11 Retail Highlights report. Colliers expects many companies to re-evaluate and raise estimates at least once next year. Muted expectations for holiday sales, especially compared with last year’s unexpectedly strong numbers, are also contributing to retailers’ wait-and-see attitude. In the meantime, the report notes, retailers are hinting at cuts in capital expenditures for new store locations, although very few have revealed their plans. (1 comments)
retail: Tesco Keeps Pushing Fresh & Easy - 07/02/09 08:06 PM
Tesco Keeps Pushing Fresh & Easy Published June 16, 2009 Fresh & Easy , Tesco , supermarkets 13 Comments <!-- .entry-meta --> <!-- .entry-head --> Fresh & Easy, UK-based Tesco’s 10,000-square-foot grocery concept in the US, had booming same-store sales growth in its latest quarter, up 30% to 40% year over year, company officials recently reported. The chain is still growing, too. Tesco’s management is planning 60 new stores this year, bringing its total to 170 by the end of the fiscal year. Fresh & Easy has a place on its Web site where developers can submit requests for a new store. Here (0 comments)
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