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Interview between Simon Ziff of Ackman-Ziff and Solomon Craig of Square Mile Capital Webinar: 12/2020 Peak loan defaults occur 1-2 years after the crisis. So the peak problem should happen sometime H2 2021 into H1 2022. Return to normalcy does not occur until 3-5 years post-crisis The opportunities for distress are in front of usContinue reading “3rd Annual Fall Financing Commercial Real Estate Forum | Los Angeles”
“Breakfast Series: Economic Outlook from Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago” by the OSU Center of Real Estate
Webinar: 12/2020 The Fed cutting rates doesn’t lead to more employment and inflation like it used to 2008 and 2020 the Fed cut short-term rates to zero When short-term rate are zero, Fed can buy assets like Treasuries and mortgage securities to make longer-term rates lower Comparison to Great Recession: stronger economy (job growth), strongerContinue reading ““Breakfast Series: Economic Outlook from Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago” by the OSU Center of Real Estate”
Read: 11/2020, Source According to an IBISWorld U.S. Construction Industry Report, the construction industry worldwide is expected to decline 14.6 percent by year-end 2020 as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. But needs related to improvements to health care facilities around the world, the redesign of hotels and airports, and large-scale projects, such as conventionContinue reading “On Construction Post-COVID, Win the Future or Get Swallowed by the Past”
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