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Spotlight: Forecast - May 17th 2013
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1031 exchanges offer full deferral of the new 3.8 percent Medicare surtax tax and 20 percent capital gain tax
The familiar adage, "It's not how much you make, but how much you keep" rings truer than ever for real estate investors in 2013. Capital ...
Tax abatements for problematic properties in the New Year
In my experience in representing taxpayers, the valuation that Boards of Assessors place on certain categories of real estate is often too high. In this ...
Boston now the Hub of the Universe for commercial real estate development
Based on the amount of commercial development taking place in Boston, you might think it really is the "hub of the universe." Consider, for example, that ...
Consensus is that Bostons markets have momentum which can run up to 2014-2015
As a holiday present, one of my long time clients sent me a magnifying glass. The glass had a handle with a button which, when ...
You think the economy is rebounding but is now the time to pursue opportunities
The economy seems to finally be on the road to recovery for the real estate industry. It may be spotty and slow in your area ...
USEPA enforcement efforts reinforce need to comply with stormwater discharge regulations
Efforts by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) to control pollutant discharge to surface waters via stormwater runoff have been in place since the 1990s. ...
Greater Springfields office and industrial marketplace reflects on a year of increased activity
As 2012 draws to a close, Greater Springfield's office and industrial marketplace reflects on a year of increased activity and limited, but positive absorption in ...
Why use a commercial mortgage broker? To help maximize your loan dollars
With the range of lending sources available today to the real estate developer and owner, the question is always asked, why use the services of ...
The commercial lending industry is expected to be very active for 2013
Small businesses continued to have difficulty obtaining conventional bank loans during 2012. The lingering downturn in the economy along with the more stringent underwriting standards ...
Construction firms that provide value in early stages of projects for their clients will see growth
At Sullivan Construction we had one of our best years in 2012 and have a strong backlog in to 2013. This success is due to ...
Borrowers should continue to enjoy favorable rates for 12-18 months, after that - caveat emptor
Last year proved to be a very good year to be in the market for commercial mortgage debt. Interest rates were at 35 to 40 ...
Trends in senior housing and healthcare market as owners and operators adapt to changing landscape
The United States is in the early stages of a major demographic shift as the generation of baby-boomers enters retirement. The following discusses some of ...
Regional owners and local operators in general are optimistic about the upcoming year
As I was preparing my notes for this article, New England Hotel Forecast 2013, it occurred to me that it was not an enviable task. ...
It is important for corporate management to build strong relationship with their underwriters
As we gaze forward in an attempt to discern what type of marketplace 2013 will bring as it pertains to insurance costs we must first ...
Tremendous opportunities for tenants and plenty of willing buyers with capital for sellers
It's hard to condense an annual forecast for Maine in such a small article, but here I go. While at a Chamber event last night ...
This year will bring modest gains in all of New Englands commercial real estate sectors
All signs point to a continued recovery in the commercial real estate market in New England and specifically in the Massachusetts market. Modest gains will ...
Greater Boston multi-family properties still hottest commodity in the real estate market today
Due to limited inventory and all-time low interest rates there continues to be a pent-up demand by investors seeking to purchase multi-family properties in the ...
Restaurants as the bellweather of the new normal: Even if costs and prices rise, people will still eat out
If you haven't been in the bowels of the restaurant industry, if you aren't talking to owners consistently, if you're not in sync with the ...
Rhode Island commercial market is improving and has caught the eye of outside investors
Rhode Island seems to have caught the eye of outside investors, again. This potentially bodes well for the states commercial real estate market going into ...
Sustainability offers an opportunity for revenue growth and tenant retention
Unsteady for a variety of economic reasons, the commercial real estate market is also showing minimal commercial real estate development activity. Property owners will need ...
Do not be taxed on the value of your business, pay taxes only on the value of the real estate
If you own or manage a hotel or medical facility, it is highly likely that you are being assessed for more than the value of ...
2012 closed with improvements in occupancy and rental rates in retail, industrial and class A office
Heading into 2013, overall market strength in the past year in conjunction with positive economic indicators project continued growth into the next calendar year. 2012 ...
Publisher - Spotlight
Patty is the Publisher of the weekly Run of the Paper (ROP), monthly Northern New England section, and monthly Spotlights. Patty has been with the ...
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