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The Marcus & Millichap Dallas office specializes in the brokerage of all types of commercial real estate, including apartments, retail, office, industrial, self-storage, seniors housing, hospitality, single-tenant net leased, land and manufactured home community properties. The Dallas office enjoys a high record of repeat business from private and institutional commercial property investors, a testament to their success in maximizing value for Marcus & Millichap clients. The Dallas office also provides investment real estate financing through Marcus & Millichap Capital Corporation financing experts located in the office. Clients also benefit from the research offered by the office's investment professionals.
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Sale-Leasebacks Generate Cash — and Right Now, Retailers Need It
In response to the onslaught of supply chain issues, labor shortages, inflation and rising interest rates, many retailers have embraced an asset-light strategy, employing the time-tested sale-leaseback to generate cash.