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These are real estate executives’ worst worries for 2021

first_img Email Address* Their most pressing concerns were the shuttering of restaurants, gyms and other businesses; eviction and foreclosure moratoriums; and a recession in the United States.Moreover, 90 percent believe that the shift to work-from-home will have long-term impacts on the office market, while 70 percent think the same for the residential market.The industry was divided on the Biden administration, with 54 percent saying it will not have a positive impact on commercial real estate in 2021. (In last year’s survey, only 4 percent believed Biden to be the most favorable candidate for the real estate industry.) In 2017, more than two-thirds of survey respondents believed the Trump administration would have a positive impact on the market.Although Biden has talked of doing away with 1031 exchanges, 62 percent of respondents did not expect tax reform to have a significant effect on the industry this year.Contact Sasha Jones Message* Share on FacebookShare on TwitterShare on LinkedinShare via Email Share via Shortlink Share via Shortlink (iStock/Illustration by Kevin Rebong for The Real Deal)After an awful year for much of the real estate world, executives see full recovery not happening this year or even next, yet are optimistic about their own firms’ immediate future.A survey of real estate executives found 85 percent see 2021 as a year of opportunity for their companies, but 70 percent said that the commercial real estate sector will not return to pre-Covid levels until at least 2023.“You scratch your head,” said Ron Gart, a partner and chair of its Washington, D.C., real estate practice at law firm Seyfarth Shaw, which conducted the survey. “They think the rest of the economy, the rest of commercial real estate, is going to take two to three years to recover. But they’re extraordinarily optimistic for themselves. And I don’t have a good answer as to how you reconcile the two.”The email survey drew responses from 144 owners, developers, investors, asset managers, brokers, lenders and consultants.Read moreWorst of the worst: The real estate disasters of 2020Address not applicable: What happens to the HQ in the remote-work age?A reckoning on rent Full Name* Tags Commercial Real EstateDevelopmentResidential Real Estatelast_img read more

The Fans Have Spoken! Kelli O’Hara’s Most Wonderful Roles, Ranked

first_imgJulie Jordan, Carousel Anna Leonowens, The King and I Francesca, The Bridges of Madison County View Comments Babe Williams, The Pajama Game Mrs. Darling, Peter Pan Live! Kelli O’Hara celebrated her birthday on April 16, which meant a sweet, cupcake-shaped balloon for the Tony winner and a blissful YouTube spiral centered on the 2015 Broadway.com Star of the Year for us (her imitation of a breast pump is always a crowd pleaser). April 17 also marked O’Hara’s last performance in The King and I, and theater fans are already counting the minutes to when she shall dance again on the Great White Way. In the meantime, we asked you Kelli-fanatics out there to rank your favorite roles she has played slayed on the stage and screen. Check out your top 10 fave Kelli O’Hara roles below! Photos courtesy of Peter Kramer/Getty Images, Paul Kolnik & Joan Marcus Show Closed This production ended its run on June 26, 2016center_img Eliza Doolittle, My Fair Lady Nellie Forbush, South Pacific Clara Johnson, The Light in the Piazza Related Shows Billie Bendix, Nice Work If You Can Get It The King and I Dot, Sunday in the Park with Georgelast_img read more

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