Brad Pepin

  • Developers, Investors See Value in Early-Purchase Commitments

    By Brad Pepin, Director, Stan Johnson Co.

    Although most developers of single-tenant, net-leased retail properties still carry the construction costs on their own balance sheets, it is becoming more common to find a take-out buyer at the very beginning of the process.

    National 07 March 2012 20:52

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