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The Retail Renaissance - Why You Should Consider a REIT Focused on Necessity Retail
Released on Wednesday, June 22, 2022•REAL ESTATE
Join Michael Weil, CEO of The Necessity Retail REIT (Nasdaq:RTL)—Where America Shops, for a discussion about the compelling investment opportunity RTL provides investors. Mr. Weil will focus on the strength, performance, and resilience of RTL's portfolio of more than 1,000 primarily necessity retail single tenant and open-air shopping center properties net-leased on a long-term basis to a predominantly investment-grade tenant base. We are witnessing a retail renaissance where retailers are increasingly recognizing the value of an omnichannel approach and the importance of having a physical presence. RTL's properties are located in strong suburban communities and are the brick-and-mortar locations that represent the last mile in retail, the places consumers continue to visit every day to receive goods and services. Investors looking for exposure to a necessity retail real estate portfolio, strong quarterly dividends and growth potential should consider an investment in RTL. The knowledge you gain by attending this session will provide you with an appreciation for the value RTL can bring to your portfolio.
Michael Weil is the CEO of The Necessity Retail REIT (Nasdaq:RTL) and is a founding partner of AR Global Investments, LLC, a $14 billion asset manager of publicly traded and non-traded REITs. He is also the CEO of New York City REIT and Healthcare Trust, Inc. Formerly, he served as executive vice president of AR Capital, where he supervised the origination of investment opportunities for all AR Capital-sponsored investment programs. Prior to the establishment of AR Capital, Mr. Weil served as senior vice president of sales and leasing for American Financial Realty Trust (AFRT), where he was responsible for the disposition and leasing activity for a 37.3 million square foot portfolio. Mr. Weil served as president of the board of directors of the Real Estate Investment Securities Association, now known as the Alternative & Direct Investment Securities Association (ADISA).
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