Real Estate

Pat Jackson Orange County-based Sabal Capital Partners is still open for business during the pandemic. While many lenders have stepped to the sidelines, Sabal is not only closing existing loan requests, it is accepting and processing new loan requests in its agency-related lending program. “A big portion of our business is agency-related, and the agencies
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Architect Ileana Schinder outside the accessory dwelling unit (ADU) she designed in the 16th Street … [+] Heights neighborhood in Northwest Washington, D.C. in January, 2020. (Photo by Amanda Andrade-Rhoades for The Washington Post via Getty Images) The Washington Post via Getty Images Accessory Dwelling Units, or ADUs, are secondary houses or apartments that share
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Hardship forbearance is an option for those who are unable to make monthly mortgage payments. Getty Homeowners who are facing a temporary hardship due to the coronavirus and heightened safety measures such as businesses shutting down have options to postpone mortgage payments, according to the Federal Housing Finance Agency.  The reach of the pandemic across
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Photo: Getty There are two types of investors when it comes to commercial real estate investing: speculators and smart investors. The former take bets on the asset’s appreciation over time based on the market, aka organic appreciation, and rely purely on an increase in value over time based on the market conditions. Smart investors, however,
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New York City landlords have pledged a 90-day moratorium on evictions due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Getty New York City property owners, along with the city’s major real estate trade association, pledged Friday that landlords will not pursue eviction against tenants for the next 90 days due to the COVID-19 pandemic. “Starting immediately, we are
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