Industry Analysis & Industry Trends
As retailers went out of business or closed underperforming stores during the recession, vacancy rates at shopping malls increased and caused revenue to decline. As the economy improves, retailers will increase their store locations. As a result, industry operators will raise rental prices, allowing them to boost their revenue.... purchase to read more
Industry Report - Industry Investment Chapter
The Shopping Mall Management industry is moderately capital intensive. In 2014, industry operators typically invest $0.18 in capital for every dollar invested in labor. Capital intensity varies among firms based on the amount of investment activities conducted within individual management companies; since the industry consists of several major REITs which require large amounts of capital to finance investment activity, the industry frequently depends on large capital real estate assets to buy property, develop land and refurbish buildings.
Industry operators require physical labor for a range of industry services. Employees generally collect rent, respond to maintenance issues, perform accounting and finance activities and provide legal support services... purchase to read more