The lodging sector was one of the first industries to feel the economic brunt of the coronavirus crisis, and it will likely be one of the last to benefit from an eventual upturn, Pebblebrook Hotel Trust (NYSE: PEB) Chairman and CEO Jon Bortz said.
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A researcher exposed a way to take over a webcam on any of Apple’s devices.
Some municipalities last year took steps to ease how much they taxed property owners, a new report shows.
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As more Americans shelter in place, residents are feeling more neighborly.
The spring housing market will be much slower than normal, but home prices remain stable even as some markets hit pause during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Retail tenants will gravitate to malls and shopping centers that hold dominant positions within their local trade areas as they seek to ensure their profitability following the coronavirus crisis, according to an April 8 Moody’s Analytics webinar.
Robb Paltz, associate managing director at Moody’s Investor Service, said retail tenants “can’t gamble on malls that are speculative or have low traffic volume and are going to create very low margins for them.” He said he expects a “flight to quality” within the retail REIT sector in response to the coronavirus crisis.
FHA, Fannie Mae, and Freddie Mac have not raised rates and fees, but the National Association of REALTORS® is advocating for a reliable source of liquidity for mortgages in forbearance.
As people spend more time inside, indoor air quality is becoming a pressing issue.