Tampa, FL – Confidant Asset Management (CAM) Senior Director of Asset Management, Noah Shaffer, continues to draw national media attention for his commercial real estate expertise.
From 2019 Q3 through the current quarter, Noah has been interviewed by, or written for, Bloomberg, the Tampa Bay Business Journal, the Institute for Real Estate Operating Companies, AM Tampa Bay, and the Tampa Bay Times.
“I’m thankful for the opportunity to leverage my experience and knowledge for the benefit others. Retailers are navigating through uncertain waters right now, as evidenced by both the expansion and contraction of companies in the same industry,” notes Noah. “It simply can’t be assumed by investors that owning, for example, a net lease property with a national retail tenant is a completely passive investment.”
The following are links to the aforementioned articles:
New York Faces More Empty Storefronts as Bank Branches Shrink
To survive, retailers will need to expand into new customer bases, increase market share
Guest column: Retail single tenant bankruptcies and closures leave net lease landlords holding the bill
Q&A about net lease/retail-related investment trends with Noah Shaffer, senior director, Confidant Asset Management
Noah Shaffer-Proposed Commercial Rent Tax Cut Could Cost Florida $829m in Revenue Over 5 Years
After abrupt Lucky’s Market exit, what happens to its Tampa Bay stores?
About Confidant Asset Management
Confidant Asset Management strives to prevent periods of vacancy and provide proactive market repositioning to minimize loss of income and maximize return on investment for net lease assets. Learn more at camnetlease.com.