Victor Calanog from the Analytics team discusses how the US industrial property market (particularly warehouse distribution facilities and data centers) is set to further benefit post COVID-19.
Victor Calanog from the Analytics team discusses the early warning signals of loan distress and other concerns as lock-down abates.
The long-term prospects for industrial properties appear relatively strong, given how the COVID-19 crisis hastened the shift of commerce to online channels. We discuss why this is the case.
This webinar will provide expert insight and trend analysis of COVID-19 and distress in debt markets.
For this paper, Moody's Analytics collaborated with CWCapital to delve into what the situation is like for a special server such as CWCapital: What trade-offs and decisions do they have to make given the kind of relief requests they have been receiving?
Victor Calanog of Moody's Analytics discusses the potential effects of Coronavirus (COVID-19), on new construction for multifamily, and other commercial real estate property types.
Economic downturns cause delays and cancellations for new construction in multifamily and commercial real estate, as uncertainty about the timing and magnitude of future cash flows prompts market players to reassess priorities.
This paper focuses on how the COVID-19 pandemic will affect construction delays across property types, and relevant geographic markets for those types.
This paper will provide an update on multifamily and commercial real estate performance metrics for the first quarter of 2020. It will also focus on how different property types and geographic markets will evolve as a result of the current economic distress.
Dr. Victor Calanog, Head of Commercial Real Estate Economics at Moody's Analytics, will provide an economic overview and discuss the latest trends in property fundamentals, pricing, and mortgage markets for the first quarter of 2020.
With demand shocks pushing oil prices down to record lows, the energy industry has had to deal with historic amounts of upheaval given the COVID-19 crisis. How will multifamily and commercial properties be affected in geographic markets that are dependent on the industry?