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Investors and their service providers are finding new and creative ways to solve many problems related to troubled assets, but the latest challenge, which exists in most markets, is what to do about empty buildings. Empty office, industrial or retail assets can be an eyesore and an embarrassment for both the investor and the city. With vacancy rates that continue to rise in some submarkets, a distressed asset can very quickly become an empty asset and panic may set in. There may be ways to look at those assets as opportunities instead of problems.

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