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Commercial Digest, January, 2021

In this issue: December Commercial Market Insights Report, Creating Valuations Amid Uncertainty, How Commercial Markets Faired in 2020, & more.

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2021 REALTORS® Legislative Meetings Going Virtual

After careful consideration, the 2021 REALTORS® Legislative Meetings, now scheduled for May 3-14, 2021, will be virtual this year. Please view this video message from NAR President Charlie Oppler for more information surrounding this decision. Registration opens February 24. We look forward to welcoming you!

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No Small Plans

Hear what four commercial real estate professionals are planning in preparation for 2021, that might inspire new ideas. 

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3 Apps for PPP Borrowers Seeking Forgiveness

The good news for PPP borrowers is that the Treasury Department has officially begun processing forgiveness applications.

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One Tool, Multiple Functions

2020 REACH® commercial companies help automate away pain points.

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Land, Industrial, and Residential Sales Buck Pandemic's Impact

Year-Over-Year transactions hold steady in land and industrial warehouses.

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2020 National Commercial Awards

Congratulations to the winners of the 2020 National Commercial Awards. View the REALTORS® honored for excellence this past year. 

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Budgeting in the Time of COVID-19

Whether business is thriving or planning to counter a market slowdown, the COVID-19 environment presents unique budgeting challenges for 2021.

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CBRE Exec Outlines Commercial Comeback

Read highlights from Spencer Levy's webcast, presented to CRE on September 10, 2020, regarding when relief may be coming for sectors. 

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Getting A Reboot From Virtual Tours

This article was adapted from “3D Tours: Digital Tools Keeping Brokers in the Game,” by Michael Hoban, a Boston-based commercial real estate writer.

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