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Commercial Mortgage Delinquencies Drop, Helped by Debt Relief

The commercial mortgage rate dipped again in September, partly because more unpaid loans have been granted coronavirus debt relief. That’s according to a report from Fitch Ratings. Read more...

Commercial Mortgage Delinquencies Fall in September

Commercial and multifamily debt performance has improved in the last month, according to the Mortgage Bankers Association. So reports Seeking Alpha. Read more...

Commercial Property Struggles Despite Red-Hot Housing Market

While the U.S. housing market is booming, commercial real estate properties continue to languish due to the impact of COVID-19. So reports CNN Business. Read more...

Big Landlords Spy Jackpot in Single-Family Rentals

Rental companies that formed during the 2008 financial crisis are bracing for a bonanza as homeowners fall behind on their mortgage payments. So reports The Wall Street Journal. Read more...

Landlords, Tenants Use Imagination to Get Through Pandemic

Landlords and tenants are being forced to rely on some creativity to determine the best way to weather the impact from COVID-19. So reports GlobeSt.com. Read more...

$8B-$12B in Insured Losses from Hurricane Laura Wind and Storm Surge: Estimate

According to new data from CoreLogic, insured wind and storm surge losses for residential and commercial properties in Louisiana and Texas are estimated to be between $8 billion and $12 billion, with insured storm surge… Read more...

Commercial, Multifamily Loan Delinquencies Vary in Pandemic

A pair of recent studies from the Mortgage Bankers Association show how differently the COVID-19 pandemic has affected commercial and multifamily delinquency rates, depending on the particular type of property. So reports World Property Journal. Read more...

Commercial Mortgage Loans Inflated Income Data: Study

New academic research suggests that commercial mortgage borrowers may be falling behind on their loan payments in part because of lender behavior that overstated their payment ability. So reports The Wall Street Journal. Read more...

Are Renters Shifting Toward the Suburbs?

The latest numbers on rent price growth suggest the possibility that renters are beginning to prefer locations in the suburbs. That’s according to Zillow. Read more...

Single-Family Rent Growth Tumbles to Decade Low

Rent growth for single-family homes has skidded to its lowest level in a decade, according to a recent report from Corelogic. So reports CNBC. Read more...

Commercial Property Biz Seeks $300B Federal Equity Infusion

Lisa Pendergast, executive director of the CRE Finance Council, is calling on the Treasury Department and the Federal Reserve to pump between $250 billion and $300 billion into the $4.6 trillion commercial real estate market… Read more...

Commercial Real Estate Deals 'Dismal' In May

Commercial property transaction volume tumbled to $9.8 million in May, the lowest for a May since 2010, according to Real Capital Analytics. So reports GlobeSt.com. Read more...

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