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    COVID-19 Outbreak: Impact on CRE

    Daily Insights to Support the Commercial Real Estate Industry

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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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    Why Industrial Is Likely to Fare Better

    The COVID-19 pandemic has forced analysts to continually revise their estimates for economic activity as the public health crisis has evolved. In the face of this kind of uncertainty, how should we think about how the industrial property sector will be affected?

    In this analysis, we explore what industrial fundamentals looked like prior to the pandemic and what our current forecasts say for short- and mid-term outcome variables. We take a deep dive into what kind of longer-term structural changes will influence the landscape of industrial metrics. And finally, we review the long-term challenges and opportunities for this industry.

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    The Impact on New Construction

    Victor Calanog, Head of CRE Economics at Moody’s Analytics, discusses the potential effects of Coronavirus (COVID-19), on new construction for multifamily and other commercial real estate property types.

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    COVID-19 and the Hospitality Sector

    Join us for a Moody’s CRE update webinar to discuss the impact of COVID-19 on the hospitality sector. We have an exciting guest speaker on this week’s panel – Mark Lomanno, Partner and Senior Advisor for Kalibri Labs.

    Tune in to find out where the stress manifested in property fundamentals, and whether there are geographic areas that are bouncing back faster. As economic reopening ensues – and as reinfection rates rise – what are the short- and long-term prospects for hotel properties? Finally, speakers will also discuss which segments of the hospitality industry are seeing near term recovery vs. those that will take longer.

    Wednesday, July 8th at 1:00PM ET | 10:00AM PT

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    Q1 2020 Apartment First Glance

    Take a first glance at the results for the apartment real estate sector in Q1 2020, including quarterly effective rent growth rankings.

    Top 5

    • Greenville, SC (+1.9%)
    • Albuquerque (+1.5%)
    • Phoenix (+1.5%)
    • Fort Lauderdale (+1.4%)
    • Tucson (+1.4%)
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    Q1 2020 Office First Glance

    Take a first glance at the results for the office real estate sector in Q1 2020, including quarterly effective rent growth rankings.

    Top 5

    • Oakland-East Bay (+1.5%)
    • Charlotte (+1.4%)
    • Austin (+1.1%)
    • Seattle (+1.1%)
    • San Diego (+1.0%)
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    Q1 2020 Retail First Glance

    Take a first glance at the results for the retail real estate sector in Q1 2020, including quarterly effective rent growth rankings.

    Top 5

    • Denver (+0.7%)
    • Tacoma (+0.7%)
    • Minneapolis (+0.6%)
    • Oakland-East Bay (+0.6%)
    • St. Louis (+0.6%)
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    Q1 2020 Industrial First Glance

    Take a first glance at the results for the industrial real estate sector in Q1 2020, including quarterly effective rent growth rankings.

    Top 5

    • Fort Worth (+1.2%)
    • Greenville, SC (+1.1%)
    • Memphis (+1.1%)
    • Columbia, SC (+1.0%)
    • Miami (+1.0%)
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