More than 20 Million Renters Could Soon Be Evicted

HousingWire, July 13, 2020–Julia FalconWith 110 million people living in rented households in the U.S., mass evictions are a possibility for one in every five renters, according to data from …

Public Policy in the Age of COVID: Shaping the CRE Recovery

CBRE’s The Weekly Take Podcast, July 13, 2020Brian Stoffers, CMB, Chairman of the Mortgage Bankers Association and Global President of Debt & Structured Finance with CBRE, discusses how proposals in …

Fewer Tenants Paid July’s Rent

HousingWire, July 10, 2020–Julia FalconAccording to RealPage and the National Multifamily Housing Council‘s research, 77.4% of renters living in professionally-managed apartments in the U.S. made their rent payment as of …

CRE Market Sentiment Plunges

CRE executives’ market sentiment “plunged as expected” in mid-2020, said RCLCO Real Estate Advisors, Washington, D.C.

MBA Chart of the Week: Delinquency Status of Unpaid Principal Balance 2nd Quarter

The $3.7 trillion commercial and multifamily mortgage market is really a confederation of different capital sources, property types and geographic markets, all bound together by the provision of mortgage capital backed by investment property incomes and collateral value. Often, the overall market moves in tandem. At other times – like now – different segments act very differently.