New York, NY – April 30, 2020: The Coronavirus is impacting global property markets with equal severity to what is happening in the U.S. this spring. The greatest disruptions, again like the U.S., have been in resort and hospitality sectors, retail real estate, commercial office and to a lesser extent, industrial properties.
If anyone says to you that they have a good feel for what is going to happen during the global shutdown as we fight the COVID-19 pandemic, ask them this simple question. What is it you saw happen during the previous pandemics?
Infrastructure is essential to the efficient operation of our cities and impacts on how we live, work and play. It can also offer a significant opportunity for those looking to invest in commercial property or businesses.
This issue of Market Leader features:
- Key Assets final issue for 2019 out now
Personal Guarantees are used as a way of overcoming concerns regarding future events, but it is never something to be taken lightly. It is important that a person providing a personal guarantee understands its full implications before agreeing to it. Obtaining independent legal advice should always be recommended.
Whether you’re in the market looking to invest in a commercial property or you already own commercial real estate, you’ll want to ensure that you get the maximum return on your investment.
In this issue of Market Leader:
- Small footprint department stores could be the next big thing
- Bryan Thomson joins Harcourts New Zealand as Managing Director
In this month's Market Leader:
- Anti-Money Laundering implications for the real estate industry
- Six essential elements to enable a property or business to be sold
- Key Assets - Issue 1 2019