As Covid-19 continues to impact the real estate industry as a whole, what can we reasonably expect to come next, and how can landlords prepare for what’s ahead?
Every responsible tenant and landlord should carefully study the specific terms and underlying legal principles governing the agreements that they’ve made.
Office buildings are cautiously moving towards re-occupancy, but with a variety of reopening timelines and safety guidelines, they’re also entering a new normal.
Proper due diligence will ensure that both parties fully understand their contractual obligations.
When coupled with a cost segregation study, the benefit of bonus depreciation can get you close to eliminating your tax liability completely.
Two organizations are organizing a major collective effort to stabilize inner-city neighborhoods.
You can delay tax gains if you invest your gains in a Qualified Opportunity Fund (QOF). The tax delay lasts until you sell your piece of the QOF or December 31, 2026, whichever is sooner. And if you hold your QOF investment for 10 years, your tax bill goes away.
The serious delinquency rate for mortgages reached its highest level since February 2015.
Multifamily housing advocates fear a financial crisis.
The rapid adoption of digital tools to solve remote pain points marks an exciting new era for property management teams – and it’s only just begun.