Real estate in the fashion industry
The retail sector is sensitive to and responds quickly to consumer-driven economic conditions. Changing consumer trends, lack of prime retail space and often inflexible leases have all meant that times are challenging for retailers.
However, these challenges have also brought with them a wealth of opportunities to the sector. To thrive, retailers must be able to draw on real-estate advisers who are routed in the sector and are experienced in its many critical aspects.
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