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Commercial Real Estate’s Rebound Could Be 'K-Shaped'

Morgan Stanley has projected a “K-shaped” bounce for commercial real estate, with bonds backed by industrial properties doing well while those on hotels, retail and offices languish. So reports Bloomberg. Read more...

Commercial Property Tax Hike Fails in California Vote

California voters have rejected Proposition 15, a ballot initiative that would have raised taxes for commercial properties. So reports GlobeSt.com. Read more...

Landlords Trade Lower Rents for Longer Leases

In lease negotiations, some commercial landlords are offering lower rents in exchange for lease extensions. So reports GlobeSt.com. Read more...

Missed Rent Payments Could Lead to Next Housing Crisis

Federal and local eviction bans are set to expire soon, and a large number of renters will struggle to foot the bill for months of missed payments, with potentially calamitous implications. So reports The Wall Street Journal. Read more...

On-Demand Office Space? One Startup, Breather, Launches Service

As the coronavirus pandemic reshapes the way Americans work, startup Breather has announced an on-demand office space service. So reports Realty Biz News. Read more...

What a Blue Wave Could Mean for Commercial Real Estate

Which party occupies the White House has less impact on commercial real estate than many in the business tend to assume, but a Democratic sweep would have some possible effects, according to new research from DWS’ real estate team. So reports GlobeSt. Read more...

Hurricane Delta Threatens 293,685 Homes with Storm Surge Damage: CoreLogic

CoreLogic released data analysis showing 293,685 single-family and multifamily homes across Louisiana and the Gulf Coast with a reconstruction cost value (RCV) of approximately $62.85 billion are at potential risk of storm surge damage from Hurricane Delta based on its projected Category 2 status at landfall. Read more...

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...

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