Now in October 2020, we are not out of the woods. Many real estate investors feel a pinch as tenants have not paid many for a few months. With all evictions being frozen, the fallout of restaurants and businesses running at 50% or less capacity has yet to be seen, causing everyone in the real estate industry to ask, "When is the real estate market going to take a hit?"
At Rentometer, we wanted to know more as well. We’ve partnered with the American Apartment Owners Association (AAOA) to bring you a special Virtual Real Estate Roundtable.
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