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Discounting similar to the global financial crisis not anticipated. The prospects of acquiring real estate at deeply reduced prices has buyers lining up capital in preparation of a wave of distressed assets becoming available.

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Businesses and consumers find benefits outside gateway cities. Over the past 20 years population growth among secondary and tertiary markets has outpaced that of the country’s large primary metros.

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Health crisis puts new eyes on the move to the suburbs. The global spread of COVID-19 has brought to the forefront questions regarding the future of central business districts.

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Economic resilience of multiple markets a bright spot for the recovery. The West Coast has taken a more pragmatic approach to
managing the pandemic, staying under lockdown for longer durations than other states

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Construction slowdown ripples across real estate sector. Construction delays and a pullback in project starts stemming from the spread of COVID-19 will offer existing operators a respite.

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Implications of COVID-19 on retail emerge. Retail sales dropped a record 8.7 percent in March as much of the country shuttered all but essential retailers and social distancing guidelines stemmed traffic at others.

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Medical office shutdowns impact providers’ bottom lines. The delay of elective surgeries and nonessential surgical and dental
procedures during the COVID-19 pandemic has caused many healthcare offices

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Fiscal Stimulus Packages Offer Aid to Beleaguered Hospitality Sector; Public Health Crisis Temporarily Reduces Demand for Hotel Rooms

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Oil demand tumbles under quarantine, sending prices negative.The global health crisis has idled factories and stalled businesses, leading to a historic fall in oil consumption at a time when production was at an all-time high.

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Small businesses severely impacted by coronavirus. There are more than 30 million small businesses in the U.S. that employ roughly 120 million people.

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Commercial Properties Adapt in Varied Ways to Evolving Health Crisis; Provide Investors with a Range of Options for Balancing Portfolio

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Tenants to reevaluate space needs and practices. The implementation of stay-at-home orders across the country forced many companies to adopt remote working solutions.

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Self-Storage Operations Among Least Challenging to Adapt to Social Distancing; New Demand to Emerge Under Reopening Strategies.

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The escalating human cost of the public health crisis has created fear and uncertainty, while consumption and commerce have become increasingly constricted.

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What happens when the COVID-19 shutdown triggers missed payments on CMBS and CLO loans? An analysis from BlackEagle Real Estate Partners’ Debra Morgan and Paul Fiorilla of Yardi Matrix.

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The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act allocated $350 billion to help small businesses keep workers employed amid the pandemic and economic downturn.

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Federal Reserve pulls all the levers to bridge U.S. economy through a global pandemic.The Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) unleashed its broad and sizable arsenal this week, highlighting the impact COVID-19 will have on the national economy

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The growing need for lower-cost homes includes manufactured housing options.The reduced entry cost to buy a manufactured home continues to provide a more affordable path to homeownership.

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Mirroring market conditions prior to the Great Recession, Los Angeles County entered the COVID-19 driven downturn as the only top 50 metro with a sub-3 percent vacancy rate.

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Growing heath crisis pauses economic growth. The rapid and unanticipated spread of the new coronavirus (COVID-19) has significantly disrupted everyday life.

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Stock Market Volatility Index Reaches Record High Turbulence Reinforces Long-Term Strength of Real Estate

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Mortgage REITs that borrowed money in recent years to augment their returns have been sucker-punched by pandemic-inspired economic turmoil, with margin calls putting intense pressure on borrowers.

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