US retail investment quick look

The retail transaction landscape remains challenged with underwriting standards causing delays in transactions


As bankruptcies continue to be announced, retail fundamentals showing some signs of softening.


Retail transactions increased by 36.1 percent year-over-year, driven by entity-level portfolios, while single-asset trades are slower to close.


Investors continue to focus on primary markets as they seek to mitigate risk.

Sources of capital

Despite consistent interest in the retail sector from institutional investors, volatility in non‐core asset pricing and scarcity of core deals are slowing transaction momentum.

Sources of risk

Increasing interest rates and continued disruption of physical brands perpetuate risk-averse investment mentality.

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