Commercial Real Estate & Business News – March 25, 2020

Dow Surges Most Since 1933 on Stimulus Deal Hopes: Markets Wrap
U.S. stocks had the best day in almost a dozen years as investors rediscovered their appetite for risk with Congress closing in on an unprecedented spending bill to prop up the slumping economy. The dollar halted a 10-day winning streak. The S&P 500 rebounded…»
How Retail Inadvertently Prepared for the Current Health Crisis
Retailing in the digital age transformed itself to compete with the likes of Amazon, but as a result, this industry is better prepared to perform during the current health crisis. Although no one could have imagined the way the current health crisis would have such a profound impact…»
‘Black Swan’ Surprises Real Estate Industry That Had Little Concern About Pandemics
During the longest economic run in U.S. history, the low, slow growth flummoxed economists across the board. Predictions of an impending recession kept being pushed further away as inflation remained in check and money stayed cheap along with labor and energy. But none of the predictions…»
Multifamily Communities Are Adapting To Social Distancing With An Array Of Virtual Amenities
Across the United States, schools and businesses have shut down in an effort to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. But instead of hunkering down on the couch and binge-watching sitcoms, many Americans are learning at home, hanging out with friends…»
Why Some Investors Are Seeing Opportunity Today
Some investors are seeing opportunity in the current state of the market. Specifically, long-term private investors are seeing a potential pricing adjustment and opportunity for portfolio growth. Atlas Real Estate, a firm focused on providing financial autonomy…»