News by Topic : Market Analysis & Research

  • 5/8/2020

    April Employment Report Shows Record Job Losses, Unemployment

    The two largest risks to the economy from recent layoffs are that job losses spread from the front-line sectors into the broader economy, and that temporary layoffs translate into permanent job losses.

  • 5/6/2020

    The Importance of Real Estate and Rent in Reopening the Economy

    Putting the pieces of connected commerce together in the COVID-19 era.

  • 5/4/2020

    Retail Real Estate Pioneering New Strategies for a Post-COVID 19 Return to Business

    Nareit’s Calvin Schnure says increased personal savings is building an extra reserve for future spending.

  • 5/4/2020

    Updated REIT Industry April Rent Collections

    Using the public data along with the privately collected Nareit data, this research note presents a fuller picture of the industry’s rent collection for April.

  • 5/4/2020

    Most REIT Sectors Edged Higher Last Week

    Nine of the 14 REIT sectors posted a positive total return.

  • 5/1/2020

    Kite Realty Offers Tenants a “Bridge to the Other Side” Through Small Business Loan Program

    CEO John Kite says ecosystem of physical retail will only get stronger post-crisis.

  • 4/30/2020

    REIT Industry’s Footprint in Non-Traditional Asset Classes Seen as Post-Crisis Advantage

    CenterSquare’s Scott Crowe sees “whole new paradigm” for real estate.

  • 4/29/2020

    COVID-19 Shutdowns Impacted CRE Markets Right Away

    The business closures and social distancing designed to slow the spread of COVID-19 had a significant impact on demand for commercial real estate, vacancies and rent growth across the major property sectors.

  • 4/27/2020

    Market Conditions Calm a bit for REIT Returns

    Last week the index posted a total return of negative 4.5%, the second week of single-digit moves after much sharper gyrations both up and down in the early stages of the crisis.

  • 4/24/2020

    Weakness in Durable Goods Orders Focused on Transportation

    We are not expecting a “V” shaped recovery because some effects of the virus are likely to remain for quite some time. This news on durable goods orders, though, is consistent with underlying business fundamentals remaining intact for now despite the shutdown.

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