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NAI Capital expects vacancy rates to rise, asking rates to fall

By   /   Friday, June 12th, 2020  /   Comments Off on NAI Capital expects vacancy rates to rise, asking rates to fall

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Ventura County was within striking distance of rent hitting an all-time high before the COVID-19 shutdown, NAI Capital said in a Retail Market Outlook for the first quarter of 2020 in Ventura County. Before the shutdown, the average asking rent was up more than 5 percent from where it was in the first quarter of…

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