The shopping center is one of the main real estate investment and development forms. This updated edition of the handy guide covers the methods, opportunities, and problems of shopping center development and investment. Also covers the functional areas of management related to leasing, cash flow forecasting, construction, center management, financing, center marketing, and center taxation. There is new material on the effects of tax reform, public access malls for demonstrations, megacenters, public ownership of shopping center developers, and hypercenters from France and elsewhere. Chapters cover sale-leaseback arrangements, computerized management reporting systems, raising of promotion monies, financing alternatives, and currently important sources of shopping center funds such as real estate equity funds, pension funds, and life insurance companies who manage pension funds. Includes many examples from currently profitable centers.
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