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Mortgage Sector Off to Worst Start Since 2013 Despite Fed Help
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Mortgage Sector Off to Worst Start Since 2013 Despite Fed Help

The year-to-date excess return versus Treasuries for the Bloomberg Barclays U. S. MBS Index stands at -0.31% as of Friday, the worst seen over a...

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NREI's Common Area: Episode 36
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NREI's Common Area: Episode 36

In this episode of podcast, David Bodamer talks to Adam Gower, the founder of Gowercrowd, a crowdfunding resource for real estate developers....

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11 Must Reads for the CRE Industry Today (June 1, 2020)
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11 Must Reads for the CRE Industry Today (June 1, 2020)

Desperate retailers to ask Fed, Treasury for emergency help amid worries that economic turmoil could worsen "Without a Treasury or Fed guarantee of...

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How Are Mall REITs Trying to Survive?
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How Are Mall REITs Trying to Survive?

Reacting to the coronavirus-initiated closures of their properties, mall REITs furloughed or laid off employees, slashed executive pay, chopped...

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How the Digital Marketplace Has Changed the Way We Make Decisions
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How the Digital Marketplace Has Changed the Way We Make Decisions

It has long been said that in order to catch a lot of fish, you need to have a lot of lines in the water-within the broader context of digital...

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Retirement Communities Financed by Munis Pushed to Edge by Virus
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Retirement Communities Financed by Munis Pushed to Edge by Virus

Henry Ford Village, a 1,040-bed community in Dearborn, Michigan, has incurred "extraordinary expenses," to contain an outbreak of the new...

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In a Post-COVID World, Office Landlords May Be More Willing to Offer Short-Term, Flexible Leases
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In a Post-COVID World, Office Landlords May Be More Willing to Offer Short-Term, Flexible Leases

Faced with a situation where many corporate tenants may be looking at switching to at least partial remote working model, office landlords are...

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The Newfound Importance of Technology in Property Management
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The Newfound Importance of Technology in Property Management

In one sense, when the COVID-19 pandemic is over-and that day will come-and the world is back to work again, property managers will still be...

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12 Must Reads for the CRE Industry Today (May 27, 2020)
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12 Must Reads for the CRE Industry Today (May 27, 2020)

Macy's Announces $1 Billion Bond Offering to Repay Credit Facility "Macy's Inc said on Tuesday it planned to raise $1.1 billion in a bond offering,...

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Bank of America Staff Will Return to Office in Phases With 30 Days’ Notice
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Bank of America Staff Will Return to Office in Phases With 30 Days’ Notice

The moves will vary by role, department and location, and workers will be notified at least 30 days before they're scheduled to return, according...

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Tools & Tactics the CRE Industry is Using to Reopen
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Tools & Tactics the CRE Industry is Using to Reopen

Americans are itching to get back to a sense of normalcy. Here are ways building owners and managers are making that happen safely. The number of...

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Eight Must Reads for the CRE Industry Today (May 26, 2020)
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Eight Must Reads for the CRE Industry Today (May 26, 2020)

New analysis from CoStar showed that 14 of the 20 largest mall tenants are either apparel retailers or department stores, including several names...

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Scotiabank Earmarks $1.33 Billion for Bad Loans in Pandemic
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Scotiabank Earmarks $1.33 Billion for Bad Loans in Pandemic

Scotiabank earmarked C$1.85 billion ($1.33 billion) for soured loans, less than analysts expected. Canada's six biggest banks are expected to set...

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Saks’s Owner Denies Claim It Stripped Assets in Reorganization
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Saks’s Owner Denies Claim It Stripped Assets in Reorganization

In a memo filed Saturday in New York in response to the lawsuit by U. S. lenders, the company called it "a transparent attempt to gain leverage in...

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Borrowers Pony Up More Cash Reserves to Move Loans Forward
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Borrowers Pony Up More Cash Reserves to Move Loans Forward

Many lenders that hit the pause button on new originations at the start of the pandemic are stepping back into action, albeit with a more...

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10 Must Reads for the CRE Industry Today (May 23, 2020)
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10 Must Reads for the CRE Industry Today (May 23, 2020)

NMHC Rent Payment Tracker Finds 90.8 Percent of Apartment Households Paid Rent as of May 20 "The National Multifamily Housing Council (NMHC)'s Rent...

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How Will the Popularity of Online Grocery Deliveries Play Out for the Cold Storage Sector?
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How Will the Popularity of Online Grocery Deliveries Play Out for the Cold Storage Sector?

COVID-19 is impacting life in many unexpected ways, but it's been a boon for U. S. online grocery sales. "The interesting thing is COVID broke down...

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The Health Science Behind Getting Outside
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The Health Science Behind Getting Outside

While local, state and national leaders are tailoring strategies to respond to COVID-19, most agree on one thing: You still need to get outside to...

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Will Remote Working Spell the Demise of the Office Sector?
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Will Remote Working Spell the Demise of the Office Sector?

A nine-week remote-working experiment has demonstrated to employers that workers can be productive working from home-maybe even more so than in an...

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Pricing Discovery Remains Elusive Amid Thin Deal Flow
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Pricing Discovery Remains Elusive Amid Thin Deal Flow

Many commercial real estate investors are itching to get deals in motion again. The relaxation of stay-at-home orders to varying degrees around the...

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Biggest U.S. Mall Is Two Months Delinquent on $1.4 Billion Loan
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Biggest U.S. Mall Is Two Months Delinquent on $1.4 Billion Loan

"The loan is currently due for the April and May payments," according to a report filed by the trustee of the debt, Wells Fargo & Co., which is...

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Commercial Real Estate Transactions in U.S. Plunged 71% in April
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Commercial Real Estate Transactions in U.S. Plunged 71% in April

Transactions fell to $11 billion, the smallest volume since April 2010, according to the report Wednesday by the New York-based firm. Hotel deals...

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How Much Further Could U.S. Retail Rents Drop?
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How Much Further Could U.S. Retail Rents Drop?

Even more turmoil lies ahead for the U. S. retail sector as effective retail rents are projected to plunge 11.00 percent in 2020, according to...

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Some Medical Office Tenants Take a Short-Term Hit
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Some Medical Office Tenants Take a Short-Term Hit

As the COVID-19 crisis set in, the consensus among commercial real estate pros was that the medical office sector would be well-positioned relative...

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Somewhere Over the Rainbow: A Guide to Successful Loan Workouts
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Somewhere Over the Rainbow: A Guide to Successful Loan Workouts

Even the most optimistic among us knows that the end of the shelter-in-place orders that have disrupted our lives will not end COVID-19's...

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Loaded with Cash, Real Estate Buyers Wait for Sellers to Crack
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Loaded with Cash, Real Estate Buyers Wait for Sellers to Crack

With economies around the world sputtering, commercial real estate prices are expected to come down. How much they'll fall is the key question....

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Eastern Union Plans to Play Matchmaker for Distressed Loan Deals
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Eastern Union Plans to Play Matchmaker for Distressed Loan Deals

Even as many states take the first steps towards opening their economies, the damage wrought in recent months by the COVID-19 induced shutdowns is...

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NREI's Common Area, Episode 35
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NREI's Common Area, Episode 35

In this episode of NREI's Common Area podcast David Bodamer speaks with Kevin Wayer, CEO of the Public Sector and Higher Education group at JLL....

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Lobbying Stampede Breaks Out as Window Narrows for Next Stimulus
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Lobbying Stampede Breaks Out as Window Narrows for Next Stimulus

Marijuana dispensaries want access to banking services, home builders want tax credits for constructing low-income residences, potato growers want...

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J.C. Penney Faces Possible Snag to a Smooth Restructuring
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J.C. Penney Faces Possible Snag to a Smooth Restructuring

Now comes the hard part. The 118-year-old retailer called its Friday filing a pre-arranged bankruptcy, meaning its restructuring plan has some...

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