Tagged: covid-19 impact

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Distressed Commercial Real Estate Is Still Sitting In Purgatory

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Full recovery of distressed CRE won’t always happen, especially in sectors that have become outmoded by Covid-induced changes. The challenge with so much of the potential distress is that participants are taking a wait-and-see attitude. Bottom line: A lot of commercial real estate is still in purgatory. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Is Commercial Real Estate At A Crossroad?

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The pandemic has clouded the outlook for commercial real estate, given trends such as the decline in demand for traditional brick-and-mortar retail in favor of e-commerce, or for offices as work-from-home policies gain traction. Recent IMF analysis finds these trends could disrupt the CRE market and potentially threaten financial stability. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

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South Florida’s Biggest Real Estate Stories Of 2020

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It’s no surprise that South Florida hotels, offices, retailers and restaurants were among the hardest-hit sectors in 2020. But there were also bright spots in the South Florida real estate market this year — because of and not despite the pandemic. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

The Seven Defining Miami Real Estate Trends Of The Past Seven Years

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Jeff Morr will step down as chair of the Miami Master Brokers Forum after assuming the position in 2013. In recognition of this closure, and with gratitude to his colleagues, he presents the seven trends he considers the most impactful in Miami real estate over the past seven years. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE