Industry pros are continuing to unpack what's in the massive $2 trillion stimulus package, but already some items stand out that should provide relief to the CRE sector.
Unless things improve within the next two months, there will be a lot of stress on non-bank mortgage servicers.
Expanded unemployment benefits and a one-time government payment for most Americans should ease some of the strain on renters.
The eviction suspensions are in place for the entire duration of time that a property owner remains in forbearance.
If activity in Asia is any guide, expect a short-term dip in volume with a cautious recovery as the rate of infection slows.
The apartment sector's advantages include stability, flexibility and diversification.
With coronavirus concerns fueling interest rate cuts, multifamily borrowers are attempting to capitalize.
HUD has permanently relaxed its three-year rule for Section 223(f) mortgage refinancing applications.
Developers are adding amenities like fitness centers and restaurant spaces in attempts to lure tenants.