This webinar will provide expert insight and trend analysis of CRE lending in the age of COVID-19.
Join John Toohig, Head of Whole Loan Trading at Raymond James, and Victor Calanog, Head of CRE Economics at Moody's Analytics REIS for a candid conversation covering:
- Who the winners and losers are in this new economic environment
- Emerging trends for retailers and retail property
- The future of multifamily housing
- The impact to student housing
- How the Self Storage sector is fairing
- John Toohig, Head of Whole Loan Trading, Raymond James
- Victor Calanog, Head of CRE Economics, Moody's Analytics REIS
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?
Why the medium- to long-term prospects of the office sector are in peril, given the changes wrought by the pandemic.
How will COVID-19 reshape the dynamics of office space as an income-generating asset class? This analysis looks back at how the sector has evolved over the last four decades and speculate on the near- and long-term effects of COVID-19, as well as the degree of impact by industry and geography.
Challenged by the COVID-19 pandemic and economic contraction, US retail properties will likely record historic measures of distress in 2020.
After Northwest cities like Seattle grabbed early headlines given COVID-19 cases, major outbreaks appear to have leveled off in Washington state. Can we begin assuming that multifamily and commercial real estate properties in the area will fare relatively better versus other places?
Join us for a comprehensive presentation on the state of the U.S. CRE market, and the impact on measures of credit quality.
This analysis focuses specifically on retail properties around the nation that have Macy's as a tenant, and are therefore directly impacted by the preemptive closing of 775 of its locations in order to prevent the spread of Coronavirus.
This webinar will focus on the near-term future for multifamily and CRE property types in the Northeast region and how they are impacted by COVID-19.