To quote Ringo Starr, “I’m certain that it happens all the time.”
‘Tis the season for bankruptcies.
Rents are on the move, but not in the same direction.
Since the Financial Crisis, the number of renters surged at a blistering pace, and renters became a majority in 42 cities, but the trend has now reversed.
An astounding list of the meltdown: PE firms doomed the retailers.
“It could get really messy.”
Price war by Amazon-Whole Foods and Aldi scuttle Albertsons’ IPO hopes as customer traffic and same-store sales drop despite promos and price cuts.
The formerly hottest trophy market gets a dose of reality.
A blistering boom, backed by $4.3 trillion in bank loans, ends.
Rents fall the most in the Amazon neighborhood, as new supply piles up.