Publish Date: May 04, 2017 • A joint venture between The Outlet Resource Group and Singerman Real Estate paid a joint venture between Horizon Group Properties and CBL & Associates Properties $130 million for the 400,000-square-foot Outlet Shoppes at Oklahoma City. The center has about 90 tenants • The San Diego subsidiary of Retail Opportunity Investments Corp. paid $54.1 million for The Terraces, a 173,000-square-foot shopping center in Rancho Palos Verdes, Calif., whose tenants include LA Fitness, Marshalls and Trader Joe’s • Coro Realty paid Loudermilk Development nearly $46 million for a midtown Atlanta portfolio consisting of five street-level assets in the Midtown Mile, on Peachtree Street, with such tenants as Five Guys, Sprint and Starbucks.…
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What is Senate Bill 407 and how does it effect my rental property?