MHN’s Coronavirus Coverage
- Jun 18, 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 National Investment Center for Seniors Housing & Care found that occupancy at assisted living facilities fell to the lowest level on record in May.
Freddie Mac forecasts that home sales will decline to 4.8 million in 2020 before rising to 5.6 million in the following year.
The latest numbers from NMHC offer a glimpse into the performance of 11.5 million multifamily units across the country.
The COVID-19 pandemic has delivered economic shocks, but research from Middleburg Communities shows lower homeownership rates leading to more rental demand.
The latest figures from NMHC came less than a week after the monthly jobs report, which showed that the U.S. gained 2.5 million jobs in May.
The latest survey by J Turner Research found 84.3 percent of residents expect to pay this month’s rent by June 10.
Owners in Boston and New York are seeking to overturn bans put into place in response to the COVID-19 health crisis.
A new survey of 25,000 apartment residents by Kingsley Associates and Apartments.com suggests that soliciting feedback is a good practice for property managers.
More than half are experiencing setbacks, but a few bright spots are also emerging, according to NMHC’s latest survey.
A report cites uncertainty over whether the surge in online college and university classes will impact more than $13.3 billion in loans packaged in CMBS.
In this episode of our quarterly series, NAA’s Paula Munger reveals the association’s most recent findings about the impact of the coronavirus crisis on its members’ portfolios.
NMHC released the latest figures as businesses begin to reopen in many states and jobless claims over the past nine weeks exceed 38 million.
Architects are rethinking bedrooms, kitchens and common areas as the coronavirus changes the way Americans live.
Trepp reports both recent and longer-term upticks in delinquency rates on properties in the sector.
Rent payments trail national averages, while commercial payments at mixed-use properties are faring considerably worse, an owners’ group reports.