Five Things Keeping Office Landlords Up At Night

July 7, 2020

Article by:  PEI Media Offices are facing a reckoning. For institutional managers, this means a re-evaluation of how investments in the sector will be underwritten. Read the full article:

What Rent Collection Data Is Really Telling You

June 24, 2020

Article by:  Kelsi Maree Borland  Reviewing rent collection data has become a pandemic pastime for apartment investors, but these reports have varied significantly between outlets. Read the full article:

U.S. Retail Sales 1992-2020 Data

June 18, 2020

Article by:  Trading Economics Retail sales in the US jumped 17.7 percent from a month earlier in May of 2020, recovering from a record 14.7 percent fall in April, and much better than forecasts of an 8 percent increase. Read the full article:

Rate of Collapsed Commercial Property Deals Climbs

June 16, 2020

Article by:  Alexis Maltin In the U.S., the number of deals falling out of contract reached 2.9% of closed deals in May, up from 2.1% in April and 0.7% in March. Read the full article:

Manhattan’s empty apartments: New leases plunge 62% in May

June 12, 2020

Article by:  Robert Frank Manhattan had its worst May in a decade for new rental leases, falling 62%, according to a new report from Miller Samuel and Douglas Elliman. May also saw the largest year-over-year increase in new listings in nearly four years, with the number apartments listed for rent in Manhattan jumping 34%, to…read more

What’s Causing Distress in Self Storage?

June 4, 2020

Article by:  Evelyn Jozsa Cushman & Wakefield’s Mike Mele details the positive and negative impacts of the coronavirus on the self storage industry. Read the full article:

Tenants Largely Stay Current on Rent, for Now

June 1, 2020

Article by: Conor Dougherty Collections have been surprisingly strong through the pandemic, but there are troubling signs — for landlords and tenants alike. Read the full article: