In March and April, Claudio Mekler, the owner of five retail centers in South Florida, was busy. As COVID-19 was forcing his tenants to close their businesses, he was focused on working out forbearance deals with them.

“When making the decisions on forbearance, we analyzed each case and made one-on-one decisions based on real data,” said Mekler, CEO and founder of Sunrise-based Miami Manager. “We negotiated agreements that benefited the tenant, our investors and our lenders.”

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