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Mall REITs are bracing for tougher times ahead
4th May
  • Mall owners with REITs are staring at hard times ahead following massive closure of retail businesses.
  • Property owners have recorded a sharp increase in rent payment defaulting among renters amid the pandemic.
  • CBL, an American REIT, recently declared a nil dividend, hinting at a brewing property market crisis.

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