Richard Latella, head of the Retail Industry Group for Cushman & Wakefield's Valuation Services, discusses the very early, but hopeful signs of recovery in retail, along with the interesting retail real estate twist that make this downturn truly unique.
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This Valuation Services briefing examines the U.S. retail market. While the storm has not yet passed, a growing number of key indicators for the retail sector are showing improvement. The report outlines substantial opportunities for well researched retailers intent on gaining enhanced market share by capitalizing on landlord pressure.
Also LISTEN to Richard Latella, head of the Retail Industry Group for Cushman & Wakefield's Valuation Services, give further comment on this retail report.
Cushman & Wakefield’s Annual Senior Care Participants Survey shows that until the availability of credit and overall economy improves, many sectors of the senior housing industry will remain adversely impacted, but at levels less disruptive than other sectors.
Presented by: Rick Zbranek, MAI, Group Leader - Golf
Please join Rick as he discusses the evolution of the golf industry, industry trends, market analysis, valuation process, common valuation pitfalls, and future outlook.
Duration: 64 minutes
More dealer closings and consolidations are inevitable as the global downturn intensifies and auto manufacturers continue to shed thousands of jobs. As this briefing underscores, those dealerships most likely to survive have desirable locations with modern facilities – and sound business plans to identify new revenue sources and reduce expenses.
Presented by: Gerald Rasmussen, MAI, Group Leader, Sr. Housing & Healthcare Group, Meg Howe, MAI, Group Leader; Neil Salzgeber; and Jeff Piehl. Please join Jarry, Meg, Neil, and Jeff as they discuss different property types, market trends, key industry players, demographic and competitive market analysis, income capitalization approach, cap rates, and future outlook.
Duration: 1 Hour 57 Minutes
Cushman & Wakefield’s 2008 Self Storage Investor Survey indicates that market fundamentals remain strong for the asset class, as key players sit on the sidelines in the short term and analyze sector momentum.
The 2008 Senior Care Participants Survey illustrates a departure from the declining capitalization and discount rates seen in the past few years. Reflecting upon data collected over the past seven years, the briefing examines the impact recent credit market issues and the slowing economy are having on the industry.