Due to the coronavirus outbreak, Berkshire Hathaway Verani Realty has gone to essentially fully remote operations.
Banks responding to the needs of low- and moderate-income communities during the economic crisis caused by the coronavirus will receive credit for these activities under the Community Reinvestment Act, according to a joint statement from the three federal bank regulators.
What may be more feasible is a plan for intermittent restrictions and enhanced monitoring to control the disease.
One of the country’s largest operators of malls announced it is closing its U.S. properties temporarily due to the coronavirus outbreak.
Homeowners with mortgages backed by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac won’t have to worry about foreclosures or evictions during the coronavirus crisis.
Restaurants will be restricted to take-out, schools are shut down and large public gatherings are being banned in an effort to contain the coronavirus before it spreads further in the state.
Disruption to U.S. commercial real estate markets from the coronavirus outbreak will hit the hotel and retail industries hardest initially and cause supply chain disruptions that could affect the tech sector.
The Federal Open Market Committee this morning cut the benchmark federal funds rate by half a percentage point in response to concerns the coronavirus outbreak could slow global markets.
A recap of commercial and industrial property sales in New Hampshire for the month.
A Hollis-based company last month bought a Manchester industrial building for $2.1 million.