Don't see images? Click Here SUBSCRIBE FOR FREE MANAGE EMAIL PREFERENCES
Bisnow - (Almost) Never Boring
September 21, 2020

Sterling Bay Taps Former KBS Realty Advisors Heads For West Coast Expansion

[Webinar] How Is The Market Shaping Up To Perform Post-Pandemic? Find Out At Neighborhood Series: LA's Tri-Cities - Development, Investment & Leasing From Burbank To Pasadena Sept. 24

Prolific Chicago developer Sterling Bay will set up shop in California with two experienced investment management executives in a West Coast expansion.

Sterling Bay Taps Former KBS Realty Advisors Heads For West Coast Expansion

Rodney Richerson and Clint Copulos have left KBS Realty Advisors to come on as managing principal and principal, respectively, for Sterling Bay West, a new Newport Beach, California, office of…

Read the full story here.

  Share:  
 
Perforation

Top Stories on Bisnow.com

Job Seekers' Unexpected Top Priority Right Now: Company Culture Job Seekers' Unexpected Top Priority Right Now: Company Culture
Blackstone's Ken Caplan: Distress Deals Are Coming, Just Not Overnight Blackstone's Ken Caplan: Distress Deals Are Coming, Just Not Overnight
Multifamily Buildings With Premium Groceries Can Charge More Rent Multifamily Buildings With Premium Groceries Can Charge More Rent
Small Multifamily Landlords 'Walking On A Knife's Edge' As Pandemic Lingers And Pressures Mount Small Multifamily Landlords 'Walking On A Knife's Edge' As Pandemic Lingers And Pressures Mount
Perforation

The Squeeze Is On Mom-And-Pop Landlords Like Never Before

For many apartment landlords, income is down, expenses are holding steady or rising, and promised relief from various governments is slender or nonexistent. Traditional methods to maintain income are off-limits, even in states without eviction bans, now that the federal government has halted evictions for the rest of the year.

After six months of the coronavirus pandemic and a frantic, uneven response by policymakers, landlords are under pressure, and optimism is in short supply among mom-and-pops and midsized owners.

"It's a dire situation," MassLandlords Executive Director Douglas Quattrochi said. "We don't have data on it, because no one is tracking what happens to small landlords. But anecdotally, we hear it every day from landlords. They ask their tenants to pay and hope that's enough to keep their business running. For a lot of small landlords, it isn't."

Read the full story here.

 
Perforation

In 2020, Lenders Try Replacing Long Lunches With Web Crawlers

 

As the coronavirus pandemic puts a dampener on the ways people used to meet, get to know one another and stay in touch, the relationship-driven lending business has come up with all manner of substitutes for in-person meetings, from drive-by caravans to celebrate existing clients and web-crawling technologies to suss out potential new ones.

Read the full story here.

Perforation

In Case You Missed It...

'Desperate To Get Back To The Office': West Coast's Biggest Landlords On Remote Work Running Its Course 'Desperate To Get Back To The Office': West Coast's Biggest Landlords On Remote Work Running Its Course
California CRE Ramps Up Alternatives To State's Unreliable Grid California CRE Ramps Up Alternatives To State's Unreliable Grid
Citing Taxes, Economy, Trump's Powerful CRE Supporters Pump Millions Into His Campaign Citing Taxes, Economy, Trump's Powerful CRE Supporters Pump Millions Into His Campaign
How Loan Workouts Are Going, According To The Experts How Loan Workouts Are Going, According To The Experts
Most Expensive Stadium Ever Built Debuts In LA Without Fans Most Expensive Stadium Ever Built Debuts In LA Without Fans
'It's A Waiting Game': Fall Approaches, But Workers Are Only Trickling Back To NYC Offices 'It's A Waiting Game': Fall Approaches, But Workers Are Only Trickling Back To NYC Offices
 
Perforation

New Data Confirms The New York-To-Philly Migration Of 2020 Is Real

The coronavirus has been ravaging the U.S. for about six months now, and new data has emerged to support the locally popular notion that it is driving more people from New York to Philadelphia.

Read the full story here.

 
 
 
       
 
You are receiving this email because you are either a member of the Bisnow community, have attended a Bisnow event, because you have a legitimate interest in real estate news and events because of your profession, or because of your business associations, memberships or partnerships.
 
This email was sent to: newsletter.archives@bisnow.com
 
   
 
123 William St, Suite 1505, New York NY 10038
Newsletter Approval Code: 42166