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April: Risks Widen Yield Spread for Shopping Centres

Shopping centres as lively meeting places from which all players derive economic benefit. But this image had already cracked before the pandemic. The uncertainty is not only great among tenants and landlords, but also among investors. For the 5% study, which will be published on 22 April, we have forecast the returns of shopping centres
Retail
31.10.2018 Author/s: Dr. Joseph Frechen

High-Tech Mirrors and Talking Storefronts – Physical Retailing Reloaded

Principally, retailers leave nothing to chance on their premises. But so far, only a few bold forerunners have implemented genuinely innovative technologies in their retail units. Especially shopping centres and high-street pitches will not get around the need to introduce certain new technologies
Background
15.03.2018 Author/s: Sven Carstensen

The Mortgage Lending Value – Stabilising Anchor or Deadweight?

The mortgage lending value is the basis for the security of mortgage bonds. As is well known, reliance on this model helped Germany get through the financial crisis more or less unscathed. Yet the rigid limits do not represent an adequate response to the widening gap between fair market value and mortgage lending value. Or do they?