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Special Report | Coronavirus Impact on CRE Update Part 2

DATE May 12, 2020 / Author

Click here to download full report The United States economy has been in a near-total shut down for all of April, and many states are remaining in lockdown until the end of May or later. In the past six weeks, widespread business closures have left a lasting impression on the overall market, and initial claims […]

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Landlords work with tenants to help add property value amid COVID-19

DATE April 30, 2020 / Author

Click here to download full report As we approach the first of a new month and the COVID-19 shut-down prolongs, many tenants and landlords are seeking creative solutions that allow both parties to remain viable. With the talks of opening up America, capacity levels will be limited and enforced, thus eliminating retailers from going back […]

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IRS provides guidance under the CARES Act to taxpayers with net operating losses

DATE April 13, 2020 / Author

Last week the IRS issued guidance providing tax relief under the CARES Act for taxpayers with net operating losses. COVID Relief for taxpayers claiming NOLs Revenue Procedure 2020-24 (PDF) provides guidance to taxpayers with net operating losses that are carried back under the CARES Act by providing procedures for: waiving the carryback period in the case […]

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Special Report | COVID-19 | CARES Act

DATE April 9, 2020 / Author

Click here to download the full report On March 27th, 2020 President Trump signed into law a historic $2 trillion stimulus package, the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act. This stimulus package will help jolt the sudden stop we’ve seen in economic activity in the U.S., reduce the risk of a larger decline […]

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Special Report | Coronavirus Impact on CRE Update

DATE April 2, 2020 / Author

Click here to download the full report Events are quickly unfolding surrounding the COVID-19 outbreak, with a growing impact across the globe. As coronavirus pressures mount, firms have curtailed travel, schools have closed, and people are practicing social distancing. As a result, consumer spending has decreased as people stay home, thus causing a ripple effect […]

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Retail Development Trends: Dallas-Fort Worth

DATE December 17, 2019 / Author

We’ve all heard the morbid opinions that ‘retail is dying,’ but not as much media coverage has been run for brick-and-mortar retail openings or the food options that are spearheading experiential retail. One market that has demonstrated immunity to retail disruption is Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW). With  429.6 million square feet of retail space, a booming […]

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Food Halls: How modern consumers & social media are setting the table for the dining experience 

DATE October 21, 2019 / Author

Consumers today expect an experience as soon as they step outside their place of residence, and are spending an increased amount of money on food, specifically eating out. Channel definitions are blurring, and a bevy of new options are combining the role of the restaurant, grocer, farmer, and concierge – concepts like Food Halls. Today’s […]

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Navigating the Limited Industrial Space

DATE July 9, 2019 / Author

Industrial supply is only getting tighter in today’s market. For tenants, this means higher rents and even more challenges securing space in 2019, meaning developers must construct outside major metros where space is available. Matthews™ dives into the industrial market, analyzing the current limited supply, developer and investor trends, and how tenants are navigating the […]

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Is This Property Corporately Guaranteed?

DATE February 20, 2018 / Author

Are you up to date on who the guarantor is on your property’s lease? An emerging trend is threatening to change the status of corporate guarantees, which prompts the questions: when is a corporate guarantee not always destined to remain a corporate guarantee? Read about which franchisors are participating in the trend, how it will […]

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