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Investors looking for distressed retail assets will surely be able to find them in the coming months and years. One of the big questions, however, is whether job growth and consumer confidence will drive enough retail sales to generate upside potential anywhere except at the very best retail sites. In the words of Cary Calkin, Newport Beach, CA-based director of asset services for Voit Real Estate Services, “Retail has been very slow to recover.” But that simple comment carries far-reaching implications both for the volume of retail distress that will be hitting the market and for the approach that potential buyers will adopt in bidding for that distress.

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