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October 28, 2020
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Jamie Woodwell, Vice President of Research and Economics at Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA), joined the RealCrowd Podcast to discuss commercial real estate during COVID crisis.

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Podcast
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September 18, 2020
By Jamie Woodwell; Reggie Booker
E-commerce as a Share of Total Retail Sales

When real estate professionals discuss the impacts of the COVID‐19 pandemic on commercial real estate, their comments generally come in one of four themes: Countercyclical, Speedbump, Fundamental Change and Accelerated.

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Delinquencies
COVID-19
August 14, 2020
By Jamie Woodwell; Reggie Booker
Commercial Mortgage Loan Performance

The delinquency rate for commercial and multifamily mortgages declined in July.

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Delinquencies
COVID-19
July 16, 2020
By Jamie Woodwell; Reggie Booker
MBA Commercial Real Estate Finance Forecast

The economic downturn caused by the COVID-19 pandemic is unlike anything the U.S. has previously seen. And so this updating of MBA's commercial real estate finance (CREF) forecast can be viewed as an exercise in hubris, or folly. We generally agree.

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Originations
Forecast
July 10, 2020
By Jamie Woodwell; Reggie Booker
Commercial Mortgage Loan Performance

The $3.7 trillion commercial and multifamily mortgage market is really a confederation of different capital sources, property types and geographic markets, all bound together by the provision of mortgage capital backed by investment property incomes and collateral value. Often, the overall market moves in tandem. At other times - like now - different segments act very differently.

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Delinquencies
COVID-19
April 20, 2020
By Jamie Woodwell
NABE Webinar with Jamie Woodwell and Richard Barkham

Richard Barkham, Global Head of Research and Chief Economist at CBRE, and Jamie Woodwell, Vice President of Commercial Real Estate Research at MBA, discuss how the COVID-19 outbreak has had an immediate effect on commercial real estate fundamentals and capital market activity. The reduction in economic activity that followed social distancing, the sharp stock market drop, and mass layoffs has a direct impact on real estate occupancy, lending, valuations and investment. The panel will share their observations and outlooks across property types using a combination of high-frequency data from the commercial mortgage and leasing markets with the early observable impacts on Q1 2020 property performance.

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Coronavirus
CRE Finance
April 17, 2020
Video

Jamie Woodwell, Vice President of Research and Economics at Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA), joined the RealCrowd Podcast to discuss commercial real estate during COVID crisis.

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April 3, 2020
By Jamie Woodwell; Reggie Booker
Unemployment and Cap Rates

For commercial real estate (CRE) markets, a key factor in how we work through this period of uncertainty will be how investors value properties and their incomes. Our experiences in the past two recessions may provide some insights.

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Cap rates
Unemployment
March 18, 2020
By Jamie Woodwell
CRE Finance in a World of Uncertainty – Where are we now

As we've said before, the bad news is that there is a great deal of uncertainty about how the virus will play out in the US, how we will react publicly and privately and what the impact will be on the economy. The good news is that the economy and commercial real estate markets are entering this period from a position of considerable strength.

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Coronavirus
CRE Finance
March 2, 2020
By Jamie Woodwell
Coronavirus, Treasuries and CRE Finance

Last week, the week of February 24, 2020, financial markets recognized that the Coronavirus has arrived in the United States. Prior to that, most articles and analyst reports that discussed the economic impact of the virus focused on declines in foreign demand for US goods, or disruptions to international supply chains. With community-spread cases detected in the US, that focus began to turn inward.

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Coronavirus
Treasuries
CRE Finance
January 22, 2020
By Jamie Woodwell
Video

Low mortgage rates, strong property price appreciation and a larger multifamily debt market. Will we see more of the same in 2020?

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Podcast
Woodwell
January 24, 2020
By Jamie Woodwell; Reggie Booker
CMBS Spreads & Issuance

After a slow start in 2019, the commercial mortgage-backed securities (CMBS) market ended strong, with $39.1 billion of private-label CMBS issuance during the fourth quarter - more than double the $18.8 billion issued during the fourth quarter of 2018. Overall, CMBS issuance in 2019 came in at $97.8 billion, 27 percent higher than 2018 and the strongest year since 2007.

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CMBS
Originations
January 1, 2020
By Jamie Woodwell; Reggie Booker
MBA CREF Forecast, January 1, 2020

Commercial and multifamily real estate markets got a shot in the arm from low interest rates in 2019. In addition to making mortgage borrowing less expensive, lower yields on a broad array of investment options are buoying the values of industrial, apartment, office, retail and other income-producing properties.

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Forecast
Originations
December 31, 2019
By Reggie Booker; Jamie Woodwell
Quarterly Data Book -- Q3 2019

An update of the latest conditions and trends in commercial real estate finance.

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Data Book
November 1, 2019
By Jamie Woodwell; Reggie Booker
Forecast Change in Population, by Age Group

Demographics is destiny, or so they say, but often we don't notice that until after the fact.

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Population
Millennial
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