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The rise of smartphones and online retailers such as Amazon and Ebay has obvious implications for retailers because technology has changed the way people shop. However, changing trends in shopping also have significant implications for the institutions that finance retail properties.
Recent reports on a number of economic fronts—GDP growth, interest rates and Brexit,
to name a few—have not been encouraging. Are these conditions a harbinger of the next
downturn, or could they portend an extension of the “Goldilocks” economy that has been so
good for commercial real estate?
After a year of fretting over the damage that risk retention rules would do to the CMBS
market, the first deal that used the structure was a home run for the issuers. Now some in
the industry are wondering: Will the regulation ultimately do more good than harm?
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