The year is off to a good start when it comes to retail investment sales, with robust early transaction volumes and cap rates reaching record lows. In January, the most recent month for which data is available, year-over-years sales volume in the retail sector jumped up 27 percent, to $4.6 billion, according to New York City-based research firm Real Capital Analytics (RCA). Most of the activity (57 percent) involved sales of shopping centers, but there were a few malls that traded hands as ... Freemium Content

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