Results from the industry survey of EPs across the U.S. about the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic in the industry.
Due diligence experts contemplate the new normal. Environmental consultants conducting due diligence face challenges and evolving conditions.
It’s pretty obvious what defined 2020, not just for real estate but for much of the globe: the coronavirus, the resulting economic recession and the U.S. presidential election.
It’s been a strange recession, with certain sectors like retail and hospitality collapsing and millions of low-wage workers losing their jobs, while higher-paid office work largely continues in home offices.
In the transactional world of buying and selling properties, we see several emerging trends in the standard practice of environmental due diligence in response to COVID-19
Plenty of people have been speculating about the end of the office since the coronavirus spurred a work-from-home revolution. But Florida, has been seeing something different.
The massive economic hit from COVID-19 has forced scores of U.S. companies into bankruptcy.
Inquiries for office space at developing mixed-use centers inside far North Dallas suburbs rose in the past two months as companies have adjusted their workplace strategies.
As the economic slowdown batters gateway markets like San Francisco, some of California's secondary markets have shown resilience in spite of the coronavirus pandemic.
The coronavirus has not yet caused major distress for office owners, but the billions of loans out on properties with leases show just how much is at risk in the country’s priciest office markets.
The coronavirus pandemic got here at a nasty time for the Burnsville Middle mall close to Minneapolis.
Though a foreclosure crisis is on the horizon, experts say recent fiscal policy will prevent a full collapse of the financial system.
Thermal imaging cameras, UVC sterilizing wands, smart HVAC systems, upgraded conference room audiovisual tools: The coronavirus has inspired developers...
The massive economic hit from COVID-19 has forced scores of U.S. companies into bankruptcy. Here are some with the most significant potential repercussions for commercial real estate.