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Can the Risk of Loss Doctrine Get You Out of A Building Purchase?
News 1 month ago
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
News 1 month ago
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
News 1 month ago
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
News 1 month ago
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
News 1 month ago
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
News 1 month ago
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
News 1 month ago
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
News 1 month ago
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
News 1 month ago
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
News 1 month ago
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
News 1 month ago
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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Multifamily Waits for Forbearance
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Multifamily Waits for Forbearance

WASHINGTON, DC-Last month Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin formed a task force of regulators to address how to ease the expected liquidity...

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Time Equities Reshuffles Staff For Asset Management Manpower
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Time Equities Reshuffles Staff For Asset Management Manpower

NEW YORK CITY- Time Equities, an investment management firm that owns 122 retail centers, including shopping centers, malls and street-front retail...

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LTC Sells Preferred Care Portfolio for $78M
News 2 months ago
LTC Sells Preferred Care Portfolio for $78M

WESTLAKE VILLAGE, CA-Senior housing and healthcare REIT LTC Properties has finalized its sale of its Preferred Care portfolio. The deal has closed...

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Regulators Will Be Watching Rents, Retail Prices
News 2 months ago
Regulators Will Be Watching Rents, Retail Prices

During the financial crisis, Richard Lawson was head of the Consumer Protection Division of the Florida Attorney General's Office. In that...

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Multifamily Rent Increases Decelerate as the Season Starts
News 2 months ago
Multifamily Rent Increases Decelerate as the Season Starts

Usually at this time of the year, the start of renter season, multifamily landlords are raising their rents. This March, for obvious reasons, has...

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8 Knockout Approaches to Virtual Networking
News 2 months ago
8 Knockout Approaches to Virtual Networking

It's amazing what the impact of the Coronavirus has had on life as we know it. You can't turn on the news or read a tweet and not see terms like...

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Where the Job Losses Are
News 2 months ago
Where the Job Losses Are

Thursday morning the Department of Labor will release how many people filed for unemployment in the past week. Last week's number was an astounding...

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That Rent Concession Could Trigger Loan Liability
News 2 months ago
That Rent Concession Could Trigger Loan Liability

An untold number of businesses, retailers and renters will be unable to make their rent this month due to the disruption from the coronavirus....

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Landlords Offer Digital Amenities As the Coronavirus Empties Offices
News 2 months ago
Landlords Offer Digital Amenities As the Coronavirus Empties Offices

It's no secret the coronavirus pandemic has changed the way we work, at least for now. But even as a good portion of the US workforce is now...

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NAI Executives Report from the Front Lines of the Coronavirus
News 2 months ago
NAI Executives Report from the Front Lines of the Coronavirus

The impact of the health crises on the commercial real estate industry has dramatically changed the industry's landscape within the space of 30...

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Hospital Designs Quickly Evolve to Meet Coronavirus Pandemic
News 2 months ago
Hospital Designs Quickly Evolve to Meet Coronavirus Pandemic

Minneapolis, MN-In the midst of this coronavirus pandemic, there has been a rush to increase the number of hospital ICU beds to meet the expected...

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How to Screen for the Coronavirus at Your Property Without Breaking the Law
News 2 months ago
How to Screen for the Coronavirus at Your Property Without Breaking the Law

The coronavirus continues to take its toll on the United States as the number of deaths linked to COVID-19 passed 24,000 and reported cases 140,000...

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As Restaurants Turn to Delivery, Which Will Come Out on Top?
News 2 months ago
As Restaurants Turn to Delivery, Which Will Come Out on Top?

Right now, Americans craving restaurant food but unable to visit their favorite local haunts have been resorting to delivery. "The sector of...

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The Cares Act Can Also Reduce Tax Liability For Real Estate Firms
News 2 months ago
The Cares Act Can Also Reduce Tax Liability For Real Estate Firms

WASHINGTON, DC-Last week Congress passed and President Trump signed the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security, or Cares, Act, releasing a ...

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Final Days to Nominate for CRE’s Women of Influence
News 2 months ago
Final Days to Nominate for CRE’s Women of Influence

In an industry that has long been considered a "boys club," the accomplishments and efforts of women in commercial real estate are being...

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What Can Employers Ask and Disclose About the Coronavirus? EEOC Has Answers.
News 2 months ago
What Can Employers Ask and Disclose About the Coronavirus? EEOC Has Answers.

The coronavirus pandemic has upended workplaces across industries, flooding labor and employment lawyers with questions about how managers and...

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Force Majeure Does Not Automatically Mean You Can Cancel a Deal
News 2 months ago
Force Majeure Does Not Automatically Mean You Can Cancel a Deal

The continued spread of COVID-19 has caused a global pandemic like never seen before. The daily lives of individuals are being affected, and the...

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