2013 US National Retail Forecast Report

As we head into 2013, the economy is truly at a crossroads.  What will this mean for the retail marketplace?  The new Epsteen/Chainlinks 2013 Forecast report examines many of the questions facing the retail real estate world in the coming year.  This comprehensive report includes shopping center vacancy, absorption and rental rate trends for nearly 60 major U.S. markets, as well as a detailed examination of macro and micro trends that will impact the retail landscape in the coming year.  In addition to a national economic forecast, this report includes an examination of holiday shopping trends, retailer expansion, grocery store consolidation and other major changes impacting both landlords and retailers throughout the country.  This report covers what’s hot and what’s not for 2013; which segments of the market are growing and why; and also provides a sneak peak at what 2014 may have in store.

Download your copy of the report here:

Chainlinks 2013 National Retail Forecast-Epsteen