By Stephen D’Aquila
Guest Frank Lima, Steve Katz (Host)
Frank Lima, Managing Director of Hilco's Property Tax Advisory practice, joins the Hilco Global Smarter Perspectives Podcast Series to discuss the profound impact that COVID-19 is having on the fortunes and future course of commercial real estate in the U.S. market.
Guest Steve Katz, Hollis Carter (guest)
Hollis Carter, 23-year veteran with SBA and a Hilco strategic alliance partner, joins Steve Katz to discuss 504 Liquidation best practices.
By Frank Lima
The global pandemic is having a profound impact on the fortunes and future course of commercial real estate. As the year comes to an end, one of the critical questions on the minds of commercial property owners, both large and small, pertains to the impact of COVID-19 on property tax assessment in the new year and beyond.
Guest Steve Katz, Ron Lubin (guest)
Ron Lubin joins Steve Katz on the Hilco Global Smarter Perspectives Podcast Series to discuss how unstable market conditions created by the COVID-19 crisis are leading up to a very challenging moment for lenders.
Guest Steve Katz, Jeff Azuse (guest)
Steve Katz and Jeff Azuse, Senior Vice President of Hilco Real Estate, discuss the impacts to the hospitality market from the current global pandemic, and the various factors that are contributing to continued struggles and planning complexities for hotel owners and operators.
Guest Steve Katz, James Keith (guest), Hollis Carter (guest)
James Keith and Hollis Carter join Steve Katz on the Hilco Global Smarter Perspectives Podcast Series to discuss optimizing recovery values in the face of 504 liquidations due to the COVID-19 Pandemic.
By Ronald Lubin
In this article we explore how unstable market conditions created by the COVID-19 crisis are leading up to a very challenging moment for lenders, many of whom now find themselves managing portfolios of increasingly nonperforming loans; and how gaining access to the right buyers, valuation expertise, and highly efficient marketing and sales execution is critical to achieving maximum value for those troubled assets.
By David Gottlieb
Nobody predicted the breadth and depth of the Great Recession of 2008 as it exceeded all other recessions dating back decades to the depression of the 1930s. The cyclical volatilities of our economy have produced downturns of varying degrees throughout history, but hopefully we learn lessons along the way to guide us during future challenging economic upheavals