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May Top Read CRE News


Some branches of chain restaurants that were popular in the 80s and 90s are experiencing closures. While empty spaces in more populated areas with low vacancies may be desirable, there may be a struggle to fill spaces in less enticing areas.


Some finance companies will soon call for workers to come back to work in person five days a week.


CRED.iQ found that the total distress rate in the multifamily sector was at 3.7% in March, and has risen in April to 7.2%.


McCourt Global Executive Chairman Frank McCourt is among a group of interested buyers looking to purchase TikTok.

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Real estate investors have been pulling back on deal-making and are standing by for interest rates to drop.

Despite many banks not lending money for real estate projects, last year, Arkansas-based Bank OZK provided over $3B loans for construction on real estate.

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