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Retail Properties- Retail properties typically rely on “foot traffic” for their profitability and are usually classified in three different ways. (please note,
Commercial Retail Lending Fabric 1
only commercially-zoned properties can be eligible for commercial financing)

1) Anchor Tenant- such as a strip mall that is attached to a large, well-known grocery store

2) Single-Tenant- such as a large building that only houses a discount department store or stand-alone building used for retail sale purposes

Commercial Retail Lending fabric 2
3) Multi-Tenant- such as a strip mall that has several tenants, none of which rents significantly more retail space than another

Often, a retail property may be combined with an office building or other type of property. In this case, the value of the property will be determined by its highest and best use when considering the financing options available.