For the eighth quarter in a row, retail vacancies barely moved between July and October 2013, signaling some lingering weakness in the sector, according to third quarter reports from multiple industry sources. Reis Inc., a New York City-based research firms that tracks fundamentals at multi-tenant retail properties in 77 U.S. markets, reports that the average vacancy rate at shopping and community centers remained unchanged from the second quarter of the year, at 10.5 percent. The figure ... Freemium Content

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