To completely assess COVID-19’s impact on the commercial real estate landscape, it’s crucial for professionals to evaluate all available market indicators and datasets in order to predict and navigate the sector challenges ahead.
In CompStak and Trepp’s new joint report, The Impact of the COVID Disruption on the Office Segment, the two companies join forces and leverage their datasets to analyze how starting rent, net effective rent, free rent, lease expirations, and more have changed since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic.
From the report, learn more about findings in key areas, such as:
- Rent attributes, including notable spreads between starting and net effective rent.
- Office loans, especially the increased volume of loans in forbearance and delinquency.
- Space needs that arose from the shift to flexible working arrangements.
- Lease rollover exposure for the top-three tenant leases expiring through 2022.
About CompStak & Trepp's Partnership:
CompStak and Trepp recently announced a new data integration. Trepp clients are now able to view CompStak’s critical market and submarket leasing metrics nationwide, such as average starting rent, effective rent, tenant improvement, and lease term. Additionally, mutual clients of Trepp and CompStak can access CompStak’s detailed property and space level data. For additional information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (646) 926-6707.