COVID-19 has caused some advisors to doubt the benefits of outsourcing investment management to third-party models, according to data collected by market research firm Ycharts.
With unemployment levels still high and extended federal benefits now expired, more renters will have trouble staying current in the months ahead.
In the case of the Times Square Edition, the pandemic exacerbated existing problems, including a market glut and troubles leasing its retail component.
The share of late FHA loans rose to almost 16 percent in the second quarter, up from 9.7 percent in the first.
COVID-19 has further complicated an already complex adjustment to how banks have to account for potential losses on their balance sheets.
For many new hotels, the decision to open is one that’s been years—and millions of dollars—in the making.
Here are 10 retailers that have and 10 that have not paid rent through July, as the industry deals with the fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic.
The company has been in early discussions with potential advisers about fundraising options.