Nearly a third of real estate transactions internationally were moving ahead as scheduled in May, while many had been put on hold by clients (28.4 percent) or canceled (17.6 percent), according to a new Society of Office and Industrial Realtors survey.
Mark McFarland is a Kidder Mathews executive vice president based in Portland who has been in commercial real estate for more than three decades. The Business Journal recently spoke with McFarland on how the new coronavirus has affected the business. This interview has been edited for clarity and brevity.
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