Walker & Dunlop: Rent, Lenders, Tech in the Midst of Coronavirus

  • April 24, 2020
  • REBusiness Online

In recent weeks, the ability of commercial real estate owners to access debt and equity has come into question as the novel coronavirus wreaks havoc on the economy. While some deals in the pipeline are still getting done, the debt markets took a pause as the pandemic took hold. Debt markets were waiting for clarity on how various sectors would react, according to Mark Strauss, managing director of capital markets, and Rob Quarton, director of capital markets, with Walker & Dunlop’s Irvine, Calif., office. The two recently spoke with REBusinessOnline via Zoom about the robustness of certain asset types, market stability, debt pricing and adoption of tech-heavy creativity in the wake of COVID-19 and its effects on commercial real estate nationwide.

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