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How One Lender Is Handling Relief Requests
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How One Lender Is Handling Relief Requests

Just as landlords are receiving rent relief requests from tenants, property owners are requesting mortgage relief from borrowers. Money360 began...

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Sentinel Net Lease Buys Amazon Customer Service Center in West Virginia
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Sentinel Net Lease Buys Amazon Customer Service Center in West Virginia

DENVER-Sentinel Net Lease has acquired an Amazon Customer Service Center in Huntington, West Virginia for $16.9 million. The seller of the 69,000...

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It’s Hardly V-Shaped
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It’s Hardly V-Shaped

Open back up the economy. V-shaped recovery. Back to business as usual. It's just not going to happen. And so what can we expect in the real estate...

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Construction Goes On Despite Lender Scrutiny, Shutdowns
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Construction Goes On Despite Lender Scrutiny, Shutdowns

When Mark H. Dambly, president of Pennrose, closes a construction deal now, he is fielding questions that make the process a bit more arduous. ...

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3 Tips to Transform Space to Meet Healthcare Needs Amid the Coronavirus
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3 Tips to Transform Space to Meet Healthcare Needs Amid the Coronavirus

As healthcare organizations scramble to absorb the exogenous shocks of the 2020 COVID-19 pandemic, real estate providers have a unique opportunity...

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How to Maximize Cash Flow Using the Tax Provisions in the CARES Act
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How to Maximize Cash Flow Using the Tax Provisions in the CARES Act

Although the economic stimulus provisions such as the small business loans and payroll tax deferrals of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic...

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One CRE Firm Finds Aid Beyond the CARES Act
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One CRE Firm Finds Aid Beyond the CARES Act

The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES), a $2 trillion economic stimulus designed to help bolster the United States economy,...

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Industrial Lease Deals Are Still Closing
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Industrial Lease Deals Are Still Closing

Industrial has been one of the winners amid the pandemic disruption. Amazon stock, for example, has surged to a record price, an event that is some...

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Some Win, Some Lose: Disparate Impact on Industrial Properties From Coronavirus
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Some Win, Some Lose: Disparate Impact on Industrial Properties From Coronavirus

Not all industrial space is created equal in the face of the coronavirus pandemic. Some will win, and others lose. The health care crisis has...

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'We are Not Lending': No New Loans, But Defaults Are on the Coronavirus Horizon
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'We are Not Lending': No New Loans, But Defaults Are on the Coronavirus Horizon

On a normal day, Centennial Bank's Florida operations would issue five loans and get two others repaid, but nothing has been normal since the...

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How One Developer is Still Closing Deals
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How One Developer is Still Closing Deals

Desperate times call for desperate measures. With 16 construction projects in progress, Pennrose, a Philadelphia-based apartment developer, is...

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Shopoff Eyes Hotel Sector for Opportunistic Deals
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Shopoff Eyes Hotel Sector for Opportunistic Deals

Opportunistic investor Shopoff Realty Investments is keeping a close eye on the hotel sector through this downturn. The sector could be a ripe...

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Can Contractors Break In-Place Agreements Due to the Market Shift?
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Can Contractors Break In-Place Agreements Due to the Market Shift?

This sudden shift in the economic climate has left a lot of developers and redevelopers wondering if they can exit of change existing construction...

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Colliers Predicts Coronavirus Future Impact on Office Space Utilization to be Minimal
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Colliers Predicts Coronavirus Future Impact on Office Space Utilization to be Minimal

WOODBRIDGE, NJ-While noting in its first quarter 2020 snapshot of the New Jersey office market that the impacts of COVID-19 are not reflected in...

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3 Questions to Ask About Your Firm’s Crisis Communications
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3 Questions to Ask About Your Firm’s Crisis Communications

As we approach the one-month mark of the COVID-19 pandemic, it's a good time for firms to take a critical look at their client communications to...

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Big Lots Secures $725M Sale Leaseback
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Big Lots Secures $725M Sale Leaseback

COLUMBUS, OHIO-Big Lots has entered into sale and leaseback agreements with affiliates of Oak Street Real Estate Capital for the company's...

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Benskin Named COO of WinnResidential
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Benskin Named COO of WinnResidential

BOSTON-Locally-based WinnCompanies reported on Wednesday it had appointed EVP Terri Benskin as the chief operating officer of its property...

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Can the Risk of Loss Doctrine Get You Out of A Building Purchase?
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Can the Risk of Loss Doctrine Get You Out of A Building Purchase?

For real estate purchasers and sellers, the risk of loss doctrine governs whether the seller or the purchaser assumes the risk of the property...

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A Look at Who Didn’t Pay Their Rent This Month
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A Look at Who Didn’t Pay Their Rent This Month

In its debut rent tracker report, the National Multifamily Housing Council reported that 69% of households had paid their rent, either partially or...

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Restaurants Account for the Majority of Rent Relief Requests
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Restaurants Account for the Majority of Rent Relief Requests

"To date, restaurants seem to make up most of the rent relief requests. However, we expect that any retail tenant that has been forced to cease...

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How Occupiers Can Adapt to the COVID-19 Pandemic
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How Occupiers Can Adapt to the COVID-19 Pandemic

ATLANTA & DENVER-Businesses are used to adapting to market threats and economic ups and downs, but the current pandemic creates a unique set of...

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Money 360: Most Lenders Are Exiting the Market
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Money 360: Most Lenders Are Exiting the Market

Lenders across the board are exiting the market, at least temporarily. While interest rates and treasuries have dropped to historic lows, there is...

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Greystone’s Paul Fried Bets CARES Act Will Relieve CRE Pressure
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Greystone’s Paul Fried Bets CARES Act Will Relieve CRE Pressure

Many, if not most, commercial real estate transactions have paused but there is still some action in the apartment and healthcare markets, reports...

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Net Lease Investors Hope IRS Will Grant Extensions Amid the Coronavirus
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Net Lease Investors Hope IRS Will Grant Extensions Amid the Coronavirus

Real estate transactions have always been a challenge to complete, even under normal circumstances. When the time deadlines of a 1031 exchange are...

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Fred Pierce: Student Housing Occupancy Could Be Up in the Fall
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Fred Pierce: Student Housing Occupancy Could Be Up in the Fall

Student housing isn't stealing headlines, but with school closures, the asset class has certainly been rocked by the coronavirus pandemic. However,...

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Lease Workouts Can Benefit Both Tenant and Landlord
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Lease Workouts Can Benefit Both Tenant and Landlord

Most agree that it is still too early to tell the real economic impacts of this coronavirus, but landlords are already receiving rent relief...

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LIHTC Investors Abandon Market With Tax Credits No Longer Viable
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LIHTC Investors Abandon Market With Tax Credits No Longer Viable

Affordable housing owners were already having challenges on a number of fronts before COVID-19. Now, in the midst of the pandemic, some Low Income...

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Medical Retail Space Demand Expected to Resume Later This Year
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Medical Retail Space Demand Expected to Resume Later This Year

In the age of the coronavirus and until the curve flattens, there will temporarily be less demand for medical retail outpatient settings. Guidance...

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Industrial Investors Remain Cautiously Optimistic
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Industrial Investors Remain Cautiously Optimistic

While every asset class has exposure to the economic impacts of the pandemic, CapRock Partners is cautiously optimistic about the industrial market...

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Silver Lake, Sixth Street Partners Invest $1B in Airbnb
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Silver Lake, Sixth Street Partners Invest $1B in Airbnb

SAN FRANCISCO-Silver Lake and Sixth Street Partners are investing $1 billion in Airbnb in a combination of debt and equity securities. Silver Lake...

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