The office and retail sectors are facing major headwinds, with retail landlords starting to accept the need for a seismic shift in the use of brick and mortar as a whole. Investors will keep a close watch in 2021 on how office tenants use their..
The US economy contracted at an annual rate of 31.4% during the second quarter of 2020. The inflation rate was 1.3% for the 12 months ending in August 2020. The unemployment rate increased 440 basis points from one year ago and stood at 7.9%.
Questions about what employment habits will look like after the pandemic are bringing increased uncertainty to the office sector. Large occupiers are putting their long-term commitments on hold and buyers are having a tough time pricing this..
The retail and industrial markets tell a story on the effects of COVID on the real estate market at large. What is lost in the brick and mortar space is again in the industrial space as consumer habits shift more and more to an ecommerce, less..
The methodical growth of the national office market from 2010 through early 2020 has halted, as the United States remains the epicenter of the COVID-19 outbreak. Unemployment assistance is currently set to expire during the third quarter, which..
As we continue through the health pandemic brought on by COVID-19, investors and pundits are beginning to read the middle to long term effects on the various asset classes and the economy at-large with more clarity. The brief rebound in the stock..