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Our recent RECon coverage had plenty of good news: store closures aren’t as prevelant, development is slowly coming back and there certainly isn’t a lack of buyers in the market. But that doesn’t mean there aren’t a few challenges in the retail real estate sector. Tenants and landlords, in some cases, are still having trouble finding common ground, though there are buyers there is a lack of attractive product and it’s tough to get financing for development. Paul Barile, director of capital markets in Transwestern‘s Chicago office, told us about some of these hurdles.

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