Category Archives: COVID-19

Important Commercial Spotlight Update!

Good Morning, We wanted to thank you for your continued support of CRCBR. Out of an abundance of caution, we will be postponing Commercial Spotlight due to the increasing COVID case rates in our community. Even with the extra precautions, … Continue reading

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Governor Cooper’s Eviction Moratorium Expired June 30th

NC REALTORS® Government Affairs staff is pleased to announce the eviction moratorium, NC Executive Order 206, has expired. This is long awaited news and relief for NCR property managers and their landlord clients. The Federal CDC order remains in place … Continue reading

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COVID-19: Guidance for Workplace Vaccination Policies

Originally published by National Association of REALTORS® On December 16, 2020, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) published updated guidance on COVID-19 vaccines(link is external). In anticipation of the wide distribution of COVID-19 vaccines, associations and brokerages should begin thinking about … Continue reading

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CRE Industry Reacts to $900B Relief Package

By Barbra Murray In general, by supporting the economy temporarily, the bill will support commercial real estate, giving people funds to help continue paying rent for their apartments and providing businesses with loans that can assist with lease payments. “There … Continue reading

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Office Distress Still Low, But Lease Expirations, Maturing Loans Loom Large

By Miriam Hall The coronavirus pandemic has not yet caused major distress for office owners, but the billions of loans out on properties with leases in their final stretch show just how much is at risk in the country’s priciest … Continue reading

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Important Message for Property Managers and Investment Property Owners: CDC

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has ordered a temporary halt on evictions for non-payment of rent and other fees in order to prevent the further spread of COVID. This order is effective Sept. 4, 2020, through Dec. 31, 2020. Repayment … Continue reading

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House Bill 1105: The Coronavirus Relief Act Passed – Reported by NC Rep. and CRCBR Member Jay Adams

Below is a press release from NC Representative and CRCBR member Jay Adams regarding the announcement of the passage of NC House Bill 1105 that will directly provide positive economic impact for Catawba County and Future Jobs. Recently House Bill … Continue reading

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Analysts Weigh In On What CRE Can Expect For Each Asset Class In Q4

By Christie Moffat, Tim Carroll, Jon Banister, Dean Boerner, Kerri Panchuk, Jarred Schenke, Matthew Rothstein, Dees Stribling and Kelsey Neubauer Most years, we are not ready to say goodbye to summer, but this year things are different. There is the economy, … Continue reading

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BREAKING: North Carolina Moves to Phase 2.5

North Carolina’s new ‘Phase 2.5’ starts Friday at 5 p.m. Indoor fitness facilities and bowling alleys can open at 30% capacity Museums can open at 50% capacity Playgrounds allowed to open Mass-gathering limits raised to 25 indoors, 50 outdoors Places … Continue reading

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How Commercial Property Managers are Navigating Building Health and Safety in the COVID-19 Era

By Ashley Fahey During the Covid-19 pandemic, commercial property managers have been in the middle of it all. They’ve stocked buildings with personal protective equipment, are frequently communicating with landlords and tenants, following protocols if a positive case is reported … Continue reading

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