The retail sector has proven its resiliency against several formidable challenges in recent years. But how does that add up from an investment perspective? In what ways are market shifts and changes affecting investment sales, considering both macro and micro effects? Some trends are positive while others are putting people and institutions on pause. Like swirling tornadoes, global events have been causing a stir around the U.S. acquisition investments market. Listen, as host Anjee Solanki speaks with guest David Amsterdam, President of U.S. Capital Markets and Northeast Region for Colliers, about U.S. Capital Markets and relationships with institutional clients. Added bonus: Learn more about this podcast’s very special guest, a noted Colliers expert.

We can’t ignore the many issues impacting the psyche of the commercial property sector. Conversations have been ongoing for months about the rise in interest rates. In addition, the mid-April announcement from Amazon, the question of return-to-office, and the persistent war in Ukraine has people wondering how this will affect the industry. There has been a lot happening around the globe, but the anticipated deceleration just hasn’t occurred. This raises the question of how occupiers are going to operate in this new working environment.

Join Anjee Solanki and David Amsterdam, as they discuss information gleaned at the recent ICSC regarding institutional clients and the U.S. retail investment sale side. Global trends are expected to impact Capital Markets in the U.S. Tune in to find out how today’s retail sector could stay safe from whatever blows our way.

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