MHN’s Coronavirus Coverage
- Sep 15, 2020
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to unfold across the U.S. and the world, Multi-Housing News is covering the crisis through regular news updates, features and expert advice to help inform and guide our readers through this unprecedented time.
Our latest coverage (updated regularly):
The two sectors saw rising vacancies and falling rents owning to the pandemic, and affordable housing was largely unaffected.
The live-work-play model is being reimagined with residential being added to shopping malls grappling with the effects of COVID-19.
New reports show the influence of the pandemic on various apartment classes and metros across the country.
The latest figures were pulled from more than 11 million rental units but do not reflect a large swath of the multifamily market that has been hit the hardest by COVID-19.
The CDC ordered the sweeping moratorium, citing health risks due to the pandemic.
Paul Fiorilla of Yardi Matrix sheds light on how the multifamily industry continues to brace for an increase in missed rent payments.
When it comes to investing in student housing, real estate experts suggest new models favored by the commercial sector and turnaround management.
Although the housing market is a bright spot in the economy, owners and operators worry about what’s next. In our new podcast, NAA’s Paul Munger shares the findings of the association’s latest surveys.
Rent prices in urban city centers are down for the first time in a decade, according to a new report from Marcus & Millichap.
Fannie Mae forecasts that GDP will grow by an annualized rate of 27.2 percent in the third quarter, but state and local budgets are a concern.
The new allocation of CARES Act funding is designed to help low-income renters and those with disabilities.
Coming days after the expiration of supplementary unemployment benefits, the figure is a slight increase from July’s rent numbers.
Net absorption plummeted to the lowest second-quarter level in 11 years, according to the latest CBRE Multifamily Figures Report.
While the addition of 1.8 million jobs provides room for cautious optimism, improvement varies widely by region and volatility remains an issue.
The multifamily industry and housing advocates are pushing for more federal measures to avoid potentially dire consequences for renters and multifamily owners.