High street retail property values are likely to remain static, but some say may fall, throughout 2016. Retailers will continue to struggle, investors will continue to favour buying offices and the public will continue to shop from the comfort of their homes. As demand for shops declines, which will lead to zero/negative rental growth, many investors will stay away from buying high street shops, especially those in secondary and tertiary locations. Those who are still buying retail property today are very risk adverse and only interested in prime sites occupied by big named tenants.
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