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How often do you shop at malls? Joe Coradino, CEO of Pennsylvania Real Estate Trust, or PREIT ($PEI), joined Public Live to share insights on the evolution of shopping centers. ➖ Defining REITs: REIT stands for “real estate investment trust.” These are public vehicles, traded on the stock exchange, that provide a way to invest in property. “You’re buying a share or shares in stock and investing across a portfolio of properties,” Coradino said. REITs are required to distribute 90% of their taxable income to shareholders annually in the form of dividends. ➖ On mixed-use districts: “Malls have typically been horizontal developments: one or two stories across many acres,” said Coradino. “[At PREIT], we’re bringing in things like residential, dining, entertainment, even medical uses—a basket of tenants. Malls are extremely well-located real estate. We start with great locations and add to them.” ➖ On seasonal trends: “We’re seeing a lot of traffic right now; in fact, last year saw the first decline in sales in online shopping and increase in brick-and-mortar shopping,” said Coradino. “Many online retailers are building brick-and-mortar stores.” He also noted that “buy online, pickup in-store” can benefit shopping centers as people tend to make purchases during pickups. ➖ On the future of malls: “Not all malls are dead,” said Coradino. “We believe our properties are the survivors, and we’re seeing retailer sales across our portfolio up 10% over 2019.” He added that PREIT is seeing that customers are buying on each trip. “Part of it is that the portfolio has a range of tenants—discounters to high-end—so, there’s appeal to a broad range of customers.” #Malls #shopping #mixedusedistricts #publiclive *Open To The Public Investing is a member of FINRA and SIPC. This content is for educational purposes only and is not investment advice. Investing involves risk of loss. See

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Jennifer Faith

Are you participating in today’s Cyber Monday deals for your holiday shopping 🛍? #shopping #faithinmarkets #ecommerce #shopify #etsy #macys #tillys I personally haven’t even started 🤦🏼‍♀️. I had my high school class reunion this weekend. When speaking about being a #communityambassador for our #publiccommunity I learned one of my lifelong best friends had joined our community! @montymukerji I’m so happy you are here!

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Invested in Shopify
I’m buying up to 2-3 stocks in Shopify because A) That 10-to-1 stock split will be juicy in June 2) The Hydrogen framework they built for developers looks promising and something that I can see frontend javascript devs use iii) Almost every business that is mid to small uses shopify as their base framework. They are both developer friendly and customer friendly! We even use Shopify for my startup! I’m really excited what shopify comes up with in the near future #startup #shopping #longterm
Added Affirm to Watchlist
Ayo! Did y’all homies know Walmart allows for you to buy items using Affirm? Folks for the holidays can finally get their Christmas gifts and Christmas meals on a subscription. So I’m about to buy some ice cream and put it on this $0.69 subscription #possibilities #icecream #shopping #christmas #xmas
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Invested in Walmart
Invested in Walmart because with the Holiday season approaching, I only see positive things from this stock. Even with the glooming news of reduction of products from shippers, public spending is hitting record levels - So, I am optimistic that buying power will cause this stock to rise. Walmart is a leader in the industry for shoppers. #walmart #possibilities #shopping #shopping4xmas
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