With distribution of working vaccines on the horizon, a recovery for the sector should take shape throughout 2021.
Airbnb is targeting a $35 billion valuation as it prepares to go public, reports CNBC. Retailers with means are using the pandemic as an opportunity to buy retail centers, according to the Wall Street Journal. These are among today’s must reads from around the commercial real estate industry.
Buying non-performing real estate notes from banks presents a great opportunity, but it’s not without risks.
With Mirae allowed to walk away from its $5.8 billion hotel acquisition, more firms could follow suit.
It's possible that the rent-versus-own math may shift as much as 30 percent towards renting by next May.
Climate change could lead to the next mortgage crisis, warns Politico. Extended Stay America has outperformed in recent weeks, reports the Wall Street Journal. These are among today’s must reads from around the commercial real estate industry.
The financial industry has failed to embrace any potential replacements for the benchmark.
Tenants, landlords and insurers are battling over who is responsible for covering losses for temporary closures.
In-person foot traffic at physical retail stores was down 52 percent from a year ago, according to data reported by CNBC. The New York Times explores how co-living operators have adapted to the COVID-19 pandemic to win back residents. These are among today’s must reads from around the commercial real estate industry.
Capitalization rates can be confusing, but they’re essentially a measure of investment risk. Learn how they’re used by investors and brokers to determine self-storage facility value.
The $8.7 billion acquisition propelled North American building materials deals to an all-time high of $15.2 billion.
The final installment of this seven-part series sums up how to implement a complete strategy when crowdfunding commercial real estate.
Retailers are increasingly experimenting with using stores as fulfillment centers, reports The New York Times. The outlook for CMBS issuance volume brightens, according to Commercial Property Executive. These are among today’s must reads from around the commercial real estate industry.
Ruby Tuesday’s parent company, RTI Holdings, has until Dec. 10 to enter a stalking-horse agreement and until Jan. 14 to submit a bid.
Here's how to prevent late payments and deal with customers with past-due rents.
While there is concern about distress in the short term, lenders of all kinds are willing to finance the right office transactions.
About 5.8 million adults say they are somewhat to very likely to face eviction or foreclosure in the next two months.
Recently, branding has become a higher priority in the self-storage industry. It goes far beyond your company name and logo.
Regal Entertainment Group will be able to avoid a bankruptcy filing for now, reports the Wall Street Journal. The Real Deal looks at malls that could go back to their CMBS lenders. These are among today’s must reads from around the commercial real estate industry.
Firms waiting for an opportunity to invest in distressed assets are looking at different avenues to approach their goals.
Markets such as Hamburg, Vienna, Moscow and St. Petersburg saw relatively strong flexible workspace take-up levels during the first half of 2020, accounting for up to 30 per cent of total office take-up, according to a new report.
CRE pros talk about how they are sourcing deals and investors as in-person meetings remain largely on hold.
Richard Barkham, CBRE chief global economist and head of America’s research, comes on the pod to discuss how next year might unfold for the CRE industry.
Vornado Realty Trust has scrapped efforts to try and sell two office towers that the Trump Organization owns stakes in, reports the Wall Street Journal. An analysis by Bisnow of commercial real estate finance organizations found that 85 percent of executives at those firms are white. These are among today’s must reads from around the commercial real estate industry.
Oracle Grocery Retail survey reveals more stock-up, private-label purchases.
The former Fed chairman discussed his outlook on the broader economy and what it might mean for commercial real estate demand.