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How One Lender Is Assembling A One-Stop Shop To Finance Affordable Housing
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How One Lender Is Assembling A One-Stop Shop To Finance Affordable Housing

The U. S. was already in the grips of a housing crisis before the coronavirus outbreak. As more Americans lose their jobs, the need for affordable...

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Landlords ‘Taken Aback’ As Starbucks Requests Yearlong Rent Concessions
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Landlords ‘Taken Aback’ As Starbucks Requests Yearlong Rent Concessions

Starbucks Corp. is asking its landlords for rent concessions for a year at some of its company-owned locations, to offset the damage the...

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Industrial May Dodge Worst Of Coronavirus, But Smaller Owners Face Risks
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Industrial May Dodge Worst Of Coronavirus, But Smaller Owners Face Risks

While the coronavirus has left retail and office owners reeling, so far it has largely spared industrial. Americans are relying on delivery...

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CoStar To Acquire Auction Platform Ten-X For $190M
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CoStar To Acquire Auction Platform Ten-X For $190M

CoStar Group is acquiring a digital auction platform that was founded during the Great Recession to liquidate distressed assets, just as the...

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Which Asset Classes Will ‘Snap Back’ To Success? Which Won’t?
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Which Asset Classes Will ‘Snap Back’ To Success? Which Won’t?

Which Asset Classes Will 'Snap Back' To Success? Which Won't? On Wednesday's Walker Webcast, real estate economist and professor Peter Linneman and...

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A Looming Retail Apocalypse? Not So Fast, Some Experts Say
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A Looming Retail Apocalypse? Not So Fast, Some Experts Say

The coronavirus and stay-at-home orders to contain the pandemic have accelerated retail trends long underway before this year, experts said this...

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Two-Thirds Of North American Manufacturers Say They Want To Reshore Operations. Here's Why.
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Two-Thirds Of North American Manufacturers Say They Want To Reshore Operations. Here's Why.

The coronavirus pandemic has left hundreds of U. S. manufacturers examining how to bring at least some of their operations and real estate...

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WeWork Says It's Paid 80% Of Rent, As SoftBank Battle Heats Up
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WeWork Says It's Paid 80% Of Rent, As SoftBank Battle Heats Up

WeWork paid over 80% of its rent worldwide in April and May, CEO Sandeep Mathrani said on Tuesday, adding the company is in discussion with...

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CBRE Slashes Growth Plans For In-House Coworking Platform
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CBRE Slashes Growth Plans For In-House Coworking Platform

CBRE is pulling back on the rollout of its in-house coworking brand as the coronavirus pandemic clouds the immediate future of office usage. After...

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Tom Barrack Feels Pinch As REIT Defaults On $3.2B
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Tom Barrack Feels Pinch As REIT Defaults On $3.2B

Colony Capital has defaulted on $3.2B in loans for hotels and healthcare properties, the real estate investment firm founded by well-known investor...

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Why The Big Global Brokerages Could Be Long-Term Coronavirus Beneficiaries
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Why The Big Global Brokerages Could Be Long-Term Coronavirus Beneficiaries

The coronavirus pandemic is wreaking economic havoc on the fundamentals of the commercial real estate brokerage business. As lease and sales...

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Economists React To April Jobs Report On Twitter
News 3 weeks ago
Economists React To April Jobs Report On Twitter

One month after the country saw its longest streak of monthly job gains in U. S. history end at 113 months, nonfarm payroll employment fell by 20.5...

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More Than 80% Of Apartment Renters Have Paid May Rent So Far
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More Than 80% Of Apartment Renters Have Paid May Rent So Far

More apartment renters paid their rent in May than in April, according to early collection data from the National Multifamily Housing Council. As...

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In A New Era, Job-Hopping Is Normal And Fine
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In A New Era, Job-Hopping Is Normal And Fine

Nathanial Rosenblum graduated from the University of Michigan's Ross School of Business last May and dove into an analyst role on a debt...

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Major Retailers, Restaurants Begin Cautious Reopening
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Major Retailers, Restaurants Begin Cautious Reopening

A number of major non-grocery retailers are tiptoeing back into business by reopening, beginning in states that allow it. Gap Inc., all of whose...

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Proptech Investment Has Nose-Dived — Unless You've Tapped Into The Zeitgeist
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Proptech Investment Has Nose-Dived — Unless You've Tapped Into The Zeitgeist

Like other sectors, proptech has seen venture capital investment plummet since the onset of the coronavirus pandemic. But a number of companies...

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Private Equity Strategies In Asia Preface What’s To Come For U.S. — Takeaways From Glenn Youngkin, Willy Walker
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Private Equity Strategies In Asia Preface What’s To Come For U.S. — Takeaways From Glenn Youngkin, Willy Walker

Private Equity Strategies In Asia Preface What's To Come For U. S. - Takeaways From Glenn Youngkin, Willy Walker If positive signs out of the Asian...

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Malls Will Be Different When They Reopen -- If They Reopen At All
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Malls Will Be Different When They Reopen -- If They Reopen At All

Malls in about a dozen states began reopening late last week, attracting shoppers to an environment vastly changed over the last six weeks. Now,...

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J. Crew, Gold's Gym Bankrupt, Other Retailers On The Cusp
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J. Crew, Gold's Gym Bankrupt, Other Retailers On The Cusp

Gold's Gym and J. Crew became the latest public-facing companies to file for bankruptcy Monday, each citing the coronavirus pandemic as the main...

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Tax Attorneys Expect A Wave Of Coronavirus Tax Appeals
News 3 weeks ago
Tax Attorneys Expect A Wave Of Coronavirus Tax Appeals

Commercial property owners are gearing up to challenge the tax valuations of their investments in numbers not seen since the economic downturn last...

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Apollo Says It Will Raise $20B War Chest For Pandemic-Era Loans
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Apollo Says It Will Raise $20B War Chest For Pandemic-Era Loans

Apollo Global Management has kicked off an effort to raise over $20B to take advantage of the current economic disruption, specifically by meeting...

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16 Questions With HqO CEO And Co-Founder Chase Garbarino
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16 Questions With HqO CEO And Co-Founder Chase Garbarino

Beyond The Bio: This series profiles men and women in commercial real estate who have profoundly transformed our neighborhoods and reshaped our...

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Institutional Investors Eye CRE Valuations, As Market Whipsaws Continue
News 4 weeks ago
Institutional Investors Eye CRE Valuations, As Market Whipsaws Continue

As public equities-laden pension funds reel from massive hits leveled by stock market volatility this year, commercial real estate will likely...

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Pandemic Not Slowing Proptech M&A Activity As Buyers Seek Distressed Deals
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Pandemic Not Slowing Proptech M&A Activity As Buyers Seek Distressed Deals

When John Ensign flew from Cleveland to London in mid-February to meet with executives from two companies his real estate tech firm was looking to...

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How CRE Companies Are Stepping Up To Help
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How CRE Companies Are Stepping Up To Help

Following a massive fire that engulfed a nearly completed five-story residential tower construction site at the end of February, developers of the...

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Despite Some States Reopening, Office Tenants Return Slowly, Not So Surely
News 1 month ago
Despite Some States Reopening, Office Tenants Return Slowly, Not So Surely

As Gov. Mike DeWine lifts stay-at-home restrictions for general offices and a number of other business types in Ohio, some corporate office tenants...

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SoftBank Expects Up To $6.6B Loss From WeWork Over The Past Year
News 1 month ago
SoftBank Expects Up To $6.6B Loss From WeWork Over The Past Year

SoftBank Group is preparing to lose more than $6B from the Tokyo-based firm's investment bet on WeWork. On the portion of its WeWork investment...

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Over Half Of Mall Department Stores Face Extinction By 2022
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Over Half Of Mall Department Stores Face Extinction By 2022

More than half of the department stores currently anchoring U. S. malls will close by the end of 2021, predicts a new report by real estate...

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Amazon Looking To Lease Distressed Retail For Its Expanding Grocery Play
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Amazon Looking To Lease Distressed Retail For Its Expanding Grocery Play

Amazon is ramping up its efforts to lease retail real estate for its in-the-works physical grocery store concept, which will be larger than...

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Landlords Armed With April Data Still Unsure What May Will Bring
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Landlords Armed With April Data Still Unsure What May Will Bring

Here we go again. For all of the pain April seemed to promise, most landlords - with the exception of retail owners - were left pleasantly...

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