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With debt payments looming and access to loans uncertain, some retailers are fighting for survival, according to the Wall Street Journal. Two national advocacy groups for the apartment industry are calling for Congress to provide additional

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Elizabeth, N.J. mayor has said the local nursing facility failed to alert the city that a large number of residents tested positive for the virus.

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Before the crisis, lenders originated roughly $8 billion in loans on New York construction projects.

(Bloomberg)—New York City’s construction shutdown has derailed a $66 billion industry,

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From enacting social distancing rules to changing renewal policies, most property management companies have an action plan in place.

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A tenant at your property has been confirmed to have the virus. How do you protect the rest of building residents, staff and

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Discretionary retailers are trying to use their online sales to make up for lost revenue. But not many people are buying clothes or

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The impact of COVID-19 on the commercial real estate market has been sudden and dramatic, and the mounting effects of the pandemic on base fundamentals—like leasing activity, available capital and leverage ratios—are

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Private equity investors are planning to take advantage of distressed asset sales, reports the Wall Street Journal. Airbnb has raised $1 billion in new funding, according to The New York Times.

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A successful recovery depends on controlling the virus and more fiscal support.

(Bloomberg Opinion)—The U.S unemployment report for

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The percentage of loans in forbearance grew to 2.66 percent as of April 1, according to the Mortgage Bankers Association.

(Bloomberg)—The number of U.S. homeowners who have stopped making mortgage payments

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