Uncertainty and Optimism for Industrial Real Estate Amid Pandemic

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Industrial real estate is in a gray zone during the COVID-19 pandemic; tenants and landlords for commercial properties are maneuvering rent payments, mortgage payments, and price acquisitions. On this MarketScale videostream, Voice of B2B Daniel Litwin joins Chase MacLeod, Managing Director of Industrial Services at Stream, to break down how real estate services and industries are reacting to and staying afloat during this global crisis. We explore…
  1. What is concerning landlords and tenants of commercial properties most
  2. Which businesses are suffering the most and which have the least short-term cash on hand
  3. How to maneuver the debtors landscape post-pandemic
  4. What professionals are doing to price deals and acquisitions reliably

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