Tag: Coronavirus

Macy’s Starts Reopening Amid Department Store Woes

Commercial Property Executive

The chain is welcoming shoppers to 68 locations this week. How will the department store format fare amid the pandemic’s challenges?

Macy’s Inc. will kick off a phased reopening today, welcoming shoppers into 68 stores in states that have begun to ease retail restrictions. The department store chain plans to reopen stores with reduced hours in Georgia, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee and Texas, which are allowing select businesses to restart after the coronavirus outbreak prompted sweeping closures across the U.S.…

Amanda WillisMacy’s Starts Reopening Amid Department Store Woes

Cap Rate Report Q1 2020

Cap Rates Hold Mostly Steady Amid Market Slowdown

The first quarter of 2020 bore witness to an economic and global-health crisis unprecedented in modern history, creating uncertainty across all classes of investments. The net lease sector remains one of the most cyclically durable segments of the commercial real estate market, but it nevertheless felt the impact of the coronavirus pandemic.…

Amanda WillisCap Rate Report Q1 2020

This Net Lease Segment Is Recession-Resistant

cpexecutive.com

This type of single-tenant property may be just the answer for investors who are nervous about recent economic events, says Avison Young’s Jonathan Hipp.

Along with (literally) the rest of the world, we’re watching the daily news of the spread of the coronavirus, now upgraded by the World Health Organization to pandemic status. We hold to what we have said all along in terms of its impact on investment, namely, play the long game and know that this too shall pass. As devastating as the news is–and it is–the old rules of investment still apply. Just as panic won’t help …

Leigh ClineThis Net Lease Segment Is Recession-Resistant

Net Lease Opportunities in Difficult Times

GlobeSt.com

A creditworthy tenant with a certain degree of correction-resistance in its marketing strategy is a fairly sure bet to hedge against the vagaries of the greater market.

The coronavirus news gets scarier every day as the spread of the disease worsens. Investors have taken notice, and the stock market reflects it. But those of us who have been in the business long enough, know that the long-game is the thing.

Amanda WillisNet Lease Opportunities in Difficult Times