Fed Cuts Rates Amid Coronavirus Risks

The Federal Reserve yesterday made an emergency cut to the federal funds rate, citing “evolving risks” stemming from the global coronavirus outbreak.

Coronavirus and the CRE Effect

The real estate impact of coronavirus will likely be limited in the short-term, but it could grow should the virus aggressively spread, analysts said.

The Week Ahead

It’s only March, but there’s already a Word of the Year: “Coronavirus.”

CDC Issues Interim Guidance for Businesses, Employers on Coronavirus

Amid growing public concerns about the spreading coronavirus epidemic, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention this week issued an Interim Guidance for Businesses and Employers to Plan and Respond to Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19).

CDC Issues Interim Guidance for Businesses, Employers on Coronavirus

Amid growing public concerns about the spreading coronavirus epidemic, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention this week issued an Interim Guidance for Businesses and Employers to Plan and Respond to Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19).

Coronavirus and the CRE Effect

The real estate impact of coronavirus will likely be limited in the short-term, but it could grow should the virus aggressively spread, analysts said.

#MBAServicing2020: For Servicing Industry, A Cautious Economic Outlook

ORLANDO—Low mortgage rates, improved home-building rates and a growing number of people aspiring to homeownership makes for an optimistic formula for the mortgage servicing industry, said Mortgage Bankers Association economists, despite some potential headwinds in the short term.