With the U.S. unemployment rate soaring to 14.7% in April, the fight to reopen the economy and get cash flowing again has become more urgent than ever.
Businesses that shut down in March have now missed two rent payments. While this month looks a little brighter, June will still be tough for many tenants and their corporate landlords. After all, 29% of all small businesses have closed in the last two weeks, which means more than half the commercial spaces in this country are dark right now.
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