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    COVID-19 Outbreak: Impact on CRE

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    Coronavirus Updates

    The coronavirus (COVID-19) situation has created dislocation across industries and geographies and triggered urgent challenges for many businesses to address. We want to reassure you that Moody’s Analytics REIS is here to help with data, research, and webinars from our community of experts.

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    Downturns, Construction Delays, and the COVID-19 Pandemic

    Economic downturns cause delays and cancellations for new construction in multifamily and commercial real estate, as uncertainty about the timing and magnitude of future cash flows
    prompts market players to reassess priorities. The COVID-19 crisis adds several layers of complexity as shelter-in-place policies are disrupting supply chains and (in some places) halting construction activity altogether.

    This paper focuses on how the COVID-19 pandemic will affect construction delays across property types, and relevant
    geographic markets for those types. We combine Moody’s Analytics REIS’s proprietary building-level data on new construction lifecycles with real-time monitoring of which places have classified construction as either essential or non-essential. We make informed assessments of where delays will arise, in what magnitude, and how performance metrics like rent growth and vacancy trajectories will be affected.

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    Major Disruptions Ahead for the Office Sector

    The office sector has been subject to the forces of demographic, economic, and technological change for the last thirty years. The COVID-19 crisis, however, is likely to prompt a reversal in demographic change, and accelerate the disruptions caused by economic and technological shifts.

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    Will Multifamily Emerge from COVID-19 Relatively Unscathed?

    Please join us on Thursday, June 4th at 1:00 PM ET for a Moody’s CRE Webinar.

    Commercial real estate experts from Moody’s Analytics and Moody’s Investors Service, including Victor Calanog PhD, and Keith Banhazl, will be joined by Kim Betancourt, CRE, Director of Economics and Multifamily Research at Fannie Mae, to discuss the impact of COVID-19 on Multifamily.

    What risks do market players need to consider given the uncertainties of COVID-19? And, are there geographic markets that will fare better or worse?

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