The Housing Bubble's Impact on Homeowners, Renters and Investors

OTAcademy

Whether it’s the start of a housing bubble or a paradigm shift, the real estate market is in flux and the impact is certain to be widespread, affecting not just homeowners but renters and real estate investors too. Watch this webinar to get the facts behind the hype and prepare for the dramatic changes ahead.
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Spotlight

The Indian residential sector has been reeling under tremendous pressure since the last couple of years and demand is expected to touch a new low in 2015. The slowdown is being witnessed not just in the premium segment but across all types of residential properties. The revival in the residential segment that we had expected, owing to the positive sentiment in the economy on the back of the formation of the new government at the Centre, has not materialised. Additionally, homebuyer interest has not yet picked up, due to issues such as stalled projects, unaffordable prices, delays in the completion ofmajor infrastructure projects and low credibility of developers. On the contrary, the office space market has witnessed a remarkable recovery in the last two years and vacancy levels are expected to touch a new low by the end of the current year. Unfortunately, the rub-off effect of the office market is still not visible in the residential segment.

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Real Estate Loan Collection Rules for Lenders & Mortgage Servicers

Financial Education and Development, Inc.

This webinar will explain the federal rules regarding real estate loan collection and foreclosure, and situations when small lenders and servicers are exempt from these rules. It also will address foreclosure alternatives, such as restructurings, short sales, and deeds in lieu of foreclosure. Practical tips for ensuring compliance with these complex mortgage collection rules will be provided.
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Commercial Lease Restructurings and Workouts

Strafford

Lease defaults are at a record high and vacancies are mounting, providing significant leverage to tenants in lease negotiations. Tenants seeking to benefit from current market conditions are pressing for restructured lease terms, including reduced rent and other midterm concessions. Moreover, tenants concerned about their landlords financial stability are insisting upon subordination, non-disturbance and attornment agreements to protect themselves. At the same time, tenants with failing businesses are pursuing lease workouts to avoid eviction.
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Risk and compliance for commercial property lawyers

LexisNexis

A key compliance issue for commercial property practitioners at the moment are the Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards, or MEES.
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Managing Your Real Estate Business With Insightly

Insightly, Inc

If you’re in real estate, you know all too well that keeping track of details and your clients can mean the difference between sales success and a sales slump. That’s where Insightly comes in. In this 1-hour webinar, we outline best practices for using Insightly to manage your real estate business.
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Spotlight

The Indian residential sector has been reeling under tremendous pressure since the last couple of years and demand is expected to touch a new low in 2015. The slowdown is being witnessed not just in the premium segment but across all types of residential properties. The revival in the residential segment that we had expected, owing to the positive sentiment in the economy on the back of the formation of the new government at the Centre, has not materialised. Additionally, homebuyer interest has not yet picked up, due to issues such as stalled projects, unaffordable prices, delays in the completion ofmajor infrastructure projects and low credibility of developers. On the contrary, the office space market has witnessed a remarkable recovery in the last two years and vacancy levels are expected to touch a new low by the end of the current year. Unfortunately, the rub-off effect of the office market is still not visible in the residential segment.

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