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Advantage Series: CRE Response to COVID-19

Advantage Series: CRE Response to COVID-19

COVID-19’s Impact on CRE: What We Know Today (and Don't)

Tuesday, March 24 | 2-2:30 p.m. ET

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Repercussions from the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic are far-reaching and still quite unknown, but one thing is for certain: the impact on commercial real estate will be substantial. A week ago, CRE fundamentals were solid; will that improve our recovery timeline? What do experts see for the potential future of the industry? How do you recognize a deal today, and know whether it’s better to act quickly or hold? The questions are numerous, and NAIOP is here with guidance to support you today and get you thinking ahead for tomorrow.

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Speakers:
Larry Lance, Executive Vice President-Asset Services, EverWest Real Estate Investors, and 2020 NAIOP Chairman
Al Pontius, National Director of Office & Industrial, Marcus & Millichap
John Chang, National Director of Research Services, Marcus & Millichap
 

Macroeconomic Impacts of COVID-19: Potential Implications for CRE

Wednesday, March 25 | 2-2:30 p.m. ET

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Professor Timothy Savage will provide an unbiased assessment of the macroeconomic impacts of COVID-19. He will address implications for performance of the office and industrial sectors in light of the extraordinary monetary and fiscal policies being enacted in Washington, D.C., and worldwide.

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Speaker:
Timothy H. Savage, Ph.D., Clinical Assistant Professor, NYU Schack Institute of Real Estate

Over the next few weeks, NAIOP will present a webinar series of critical dialogues around the topics on everyone’s mind related to the COVID-19 public health crisis and our industry. Led by industry experts, topics will include construction, building operations, legal/insurance, the impact on various property types and more. If you are an expert in the field and interested in speaking, volunteer to present.