CRE In Focus

Providing timely events and insights on the challenges facing the commercial real estate markets

Upcoming Events

In-Person Briefing

Looking to the Economic Long-Run

An in-person conference in Washington DC

The economy has successfully navigated through a period of extraordinarily high inflation and interest rates and avoided recession. Whether this good performance continues longer-run depends on multiple forces, including demographic trends, productivity growth, deglobalization, and the outcome of the elections. And of course the economy can be derailed at any moment by any of a number of potential shocks, ranging from geopolitical flashpoints to careening real estate markets.

We're coming to Washington D.C. to discuss all of this. Join Chief Economist, Mark Zandi, and economists from across Moody's Analytics as they provide their insights and answer your questions in-person.

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Past Events

Australian Securitisation Forum Virtual Conference 2021 (ASF)

Taking the pulse of today's securitisation market

Moody's joins the panel: Delivering on the potential of collateral diversity

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Q3 2021 CRE Quarterly Economic Briefing

Join us for our Quarterly Economic Briefing for the third quarter of 2021 where Dr. Victor Calanog, Head of Commercial Real Estate Economics at Moody's Analytics, will discuss the latest trends in multifamily and commercial real estate performance metrics.

Part of CRE In Focus

Measuring Physical Climate Risk: How CRE Professionals Can Manage the Impacts of Climate Change

Growing risks from climate change are demanding that CRE professionals change their decision-making processes both from an economic modeling perspective and a functional one. In this webinar, take part in a live demonstration of physical climate risk data and analytics across two solutions from Moody’s: Climate on Demand, a climate risk screening application, and REIS, a leading CRE analytics platform. Learn how CRE professionals are using these solutions to measure and monitor the impacts of climate risk on properties and markets in the US.

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Part of CRE In Focus