Realtors call retailers ‘bad actors’ for not paying rent

Customers will relate more to the retail chain than the property managers

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Bad actors: That’s what one chief executive officer called retailers who won’t (or can’t) pay their rent due to decreased sales. According to the Wall Street Journal (via The Real Deal), “We think that it’s their duty to pay April rent,” said…

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