August 25, 2020

THE SOURCE News and Trends in CRE

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New Report: Recession Produces Headwinds for Industrial Real Estate

The new NAIOP Industrial Space Demand Forecast has been issued, and the data suggest U.S. industrial space net absorption may decline to negative levels during the next three quarters. Hear from the report’s authors on contributing factors, timelines and what it means for the industrial sector during a special webinar (free to NAIOP members) this Thursday, Aug. 27 at 2 p.m. ET.
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Investing Best Bets in 2021 and Beyond

CRE.Converge Virtual will feature a lively discussion as specialists in office, industrial, multifamily and retail will each try to persuade the audience that investing in their vertical will produce the best risk-adjusted returns. Who will make the best case for investment in their sector? Register for CRE.Converge Virtual, Oct. 7-8, to learn more about how you can prepare for the future of CRE.
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Don’t Wait to Apply for this Unique Opportunity

Get seasoned advice, discuss industry best practices, and forge strong relationships at a time when you need it most. The National Forums bring together industry professionals in select groups to share industry knowledge, develop successful business strategies and connect personally. Submit your application by this Monday, Aug. 31!
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Five Outstanding Young Professionals Receive 2020 Developing Leaders Award

The annual award honors commercial real estate professionals age 35 and under for their remarkable accomplishments, strong leadership and significant community involvement. The winners will be recognized during NAIOP's CRE.Converge Virtual 2020, Oct. 7-8.
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A Capital Market Update in a COVID World

During a members-exclusive webinar Sept. 2 at 2 p.m. ET, Gary E. Mozer, principal/managing director, George Smith Partners, will provide an overview of debt and equity capital flow today, and how it has evolved in the face of the current pandemic. Register now to gain a better understanding how diverse sources of capital are each lending and investing in the current climate.
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Negotiating with Tenants during a Major Economic Disruption

All the legal precedent in the world won’t solve the problem of tenants that cannot pay rent, such as restaurants or businesses facing reduced revenues in the aftermath of coronavirus-related shutdowns, reports Development magazine.
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US Federal Reserve Officials Highlight Need for Additional Aid

Fed officials agreed on the need for additional government action to support the economy, amid a Congressional stalemate over the size and scope of the next coronavirus relief bill.
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CRE Must-reads

Amazon Sticks With Office Expansion Plans in New York and Elsewhere

The New York Times (Aug. 18)
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Cautious Optimism in Commercial Real Estate Capital Markets

Commercial Observer (Aug. 17)
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Change is in the Air, but Not on the Ground

Market Share Blog (Aug. 24)
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COVID-19 Takes Toll on State and Local Budgets

Market Share Blog (Aug. 19)
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Essential Services Drive Retail Leasing

GlobeSt.com - Registration required (Aug. 21)
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Simon, the Biggest U.S. Mall Owner, Shows Two Sides: Innovator and Traditionalist

The Wall Street Journal (Aug. 18)
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What the ‘Tech Exodus’ Could Mean for Silicon Valley

Bloomberg CityLab (Aug. 18)
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Why Office Leases Are Getting Shorter And What That Means For Valuations

Bisnow (Aug. 21)
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