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Retailers are increasingly experimenting with using stores as fulfillment centers, reports The New York Times. The outlook for CMBS issuance volume brightens, according to Commercial Property Executive. These are among today’s must reads from

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Few CRE insiders foresaw a pandemic. But there are common ways for leaders to prepare for a wide variety of risks.

Many companies are currently struggling with new

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Ruby Tuesday is closing more than one-third of its units.
Ruby Tuesday’s parent company, RTI Holdings, has until Dec. 10 to enter a stalking-horse agreement and until Jan. 14 to submit a bid.

Ruby Tuesday received

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Here's how to prevent late payments and deal with customers with past-due rents.

Inside Self-Storage (ISS) has published a

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While there is concern about distress in the short term, lenders of all kinds are willing to finance the right office transactions.

A decline in office utilization if it lasts beyond

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About 5.8 million adults say they are somewhat to very likely to face eviction or foreclosure in the next two months.

(Bloomberg)—Millions of Americans expect to face

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Recently, branding has become a higher priority in the self-storage industry. It goes far beyond your company name and logo.

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Regal Entertainment Group will be able to avoid a bankruptcy filing for now, reports the Wall Street Journal. The Real Deal looks at malls that could go back to their

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Firms waiting for an opportunity to invest in distressed assets are looking at different avenues to approach their goals.

Turnbull Capital Group is one player in an

Markets such as Hamburg, Vienna, Moscow and St. Petersburg saw relatively strong flexible workspace take-up levels during the first half of 2020, accounting for up to 30 per cent of total office take-up, according to a new report.