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As the Commercial Real Estate Market Slumps, Look for a More Tenant-Friendly Future

Posted On: Mar 20, 2020   |   Posted By: Xconomy

As the Commercial Real Estate Market Slumps, Look for a More Tenant-Friendly Future

The following sponsored content was submitted by commercial real estate brokerage firm Hughes Marino : The story of the “canary in the coal mine” is an advanced warning of danger. The metaphor originates from when miners used to carry caged canaries while at work; if the air in the mine became toxic, the canary would die before levels of gas became hazardous to humans. Many of our clients consider Hughes Marino the canary-an alert system that would be the first to go on record that the commercial real estate market had become toxic... like we did back in 1999 and 2007,...

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