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DANA POINT, CA-What appears to be an uptick in retail leasing in Southern California may bode well for the market, but it also poses questions for landlords in how aggressive they should be in seeking new lease terms. Founder Terry Bortnick of locally based Argent Retail Advisors tells GlobeSt.com that the company has negotiated more than 110,000 square feet of retail leases in Southern California in recent months in a significant uptick from the same time last year. However, Bortnick adds, the apparent improvement in market conditions—which also includes strong activity by local and regional retail chains—also presents some strategic questions for landlords as they figure out how to proceed in future lease negotiations.

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