Seldom do we experience a specific event that creates a paradigm shift in our view of the investment world. The coronavirus pandemic will undoubtedly go down in history as the second such experience in the last 13 years. This is due to its wide-reaching effects upon individuals, the global supply chain and the entire economic scene. However, at some point the curve will flatten, new cases will become fewer and a vaccine will be created. At this point, the light at the end of the tunnel will become visible. But what does this mean for the real estate sector for the remainder of 2020 – and beyond?
What is distressed debt investment, and why is it quietly attracting investors at the present time?
Pandemics and major health issues have – of course – happened before, and have been the instigators for major changes in architecture, design and city planning in the past.