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How Will Seniors Housing Sector Fare Through This Pandemic?

It’s the end of the world as we know it…and, no, unlike the lyric in the R.E.M song, I do not know anyone who is feeling fine…Uncertainty, fear, sense of disruption, anxiety, and a total lack…
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Past Due: Tenants, Landlords Negotiate Deferred Rents

April 1st has come and gone. Exact numbers are spotty, but commercial owners are reporting that some tenants have not yet paid rent for the month—including as many as 50 percent of small businesses.…
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10 Must Reads for the CRE Industry on April 8, 2020

Private equity investors are planning to take advantage of distressed asset sales, reports the Wall Street Journal. Airbnb has raised $1 billion in new funding,…
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Missed Mortgage Payments Spiked in March, According to MBA

(Bloomberg)—The number of U.S. homeowners who have stopped making mortgage payments is surging under the federal government’s new forbearance program, according to a survey from the Mortgage…
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Depth, Duration and Deflation Will Determine if It’s a Depression

(Bloomberg Opinion)—The U.S unemployment report for March foreshadowed the ugly numbers to come as the economy’s sudden stop sidelines entire sectors. The prospect of double-digit unemployment…

NREI's Common Area, Episode 32

In this episode of Common Area Podcast, David Bodamer speaks with Adam Hooper, the founder and CEO of RealCrowd. RealCrowd is a digital marketplace for real estate managers that are looking to raise…

Real Estate Recovery Planning in an Age of Uncertainty

The precise impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on commercial real estate markets remains unknowable, but no doubt the effects will vary by market and asset class and depend greatly on the duration of the economic shutdown.…
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Landlords, Lenders and the Government Must Find Solutions

The federal government’s $2 trillion stimulus package is a courageous step to boost our economy but is not enough to protect the retail industry. The looming cash shortfall threatens tenants,…
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Hotel Occupancies Have Cratered. What Happens Next?

The good news for the hospitality sector is that occupancy rates likely won’t fall in the coming weeks. But that’s only because occupancies have already dropped so low. Less than a quarter…
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A NY CRE Pro Helps Find Temporary Space During the COVID-19 Crisis

New York remains Ground Zero for the COVID-19 outbreak in the United States. As of Monday afternoon, there were more than 130,000 cases in the state and more than 4,700 people had died during the…