The Future of Office Space

Quantamental Research Brief

No More Walks in the (Office) Park: Tying Foot Traffic Data to REITs

Foot traffic data provides investors and corporate managers with key insights on the level of activity at properties and the demographic profile of visitors to these locations.

Corporate managers can use this information to pinpoint properties at greater risk of tenant defaults, while investors can use foot traffic data to identify REITs managing properties where activity remains robust.

More importantly, once the nationwide lockdown eases, foot traffic can serve as a leading indicator of a return of economic activity across industries.

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