Real estate markets remain in a sort of stasis due to uncertainty about the speed and the shape of the eventual economic recovery. The recent surge in coronavirus cases in areas that had previously been relatively untouched, illustrates the peril of predicting how markets will behave. While there are signs that more transactions are being brought to the market, actual closings remain exceptionally low and there is little in the way of market-based price discovery. Notably, patterns in rent collection have remained relatively unchanged with multifamily proving to be remarkably resilient. Multifamily rent collections remain high in the face of historic levels of unemployment, seemingly thanks to various forms of government support under the CARES Act. Office rent collections have also performed surprisingly well with the exception of companies in business sectors which have been disproportionately impacted by the pandemic, e.g. retail, travel, co-working.

The Cadre portfolio, by and large, mirrors these broad market trends. Our multifamily portfolio continues to register strong performance and for the month of June we collected ~97% of rent charged, remarkably consistent with historical levels.

Our office portfolio has also performed well, with ~94% of June rent collected as of month-end. The exceptions were tenants whose primary business is in retail, travel & leisure, energy and co-working. Among these tenants, representing ~5% of Cadre’s office tenants, the majority have requested some form of rent relief, which we continue to review on a case-by-case basis. Adjusting for these tenants, ~99% of rent was collected for the balance of Cadre’s rent roll. It has also been encouraging to observe a modest pick up in leasing activity, evidenced by increases in both inquiries and tours.

While performance has exceeded expectations in light of the dramatic economic disruption caused by COVID-19, risks abound and we remain focused on carefully monitoring property operations. With the benefit of various stimulus measures, including those under the CARES Act, set to expire in the coming weeks, individuals and businesses may struggle to meet rental obligations. We are proactively engaging with our operating partners to manage these risks, including but not limited to maintaining adequate cash reserves to protect from the unpredictable events that may yet occur.

Looking ahead, while transaction activity remains low, our investment team has been actively reviewing potential opportunities and working with partners to develop greater conviction around how to underwrite demand and price assets in the current environment. Stay tuned for more information about the exciting opportunities in our pipeline.

We look forward to sharing more as the summer progresses.


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