Appraisal & Consulting

E-Commerce: Winners and losers - by Rocco Quaresima

E-Commerce has long been blamed for the weakening of brick and mortar retailers as we continue to witness big box stores close their doors. Landlords are typically left with large spaces that are often costly and difficult to reconfigure into

Appraisal is a process which finds rationality in market behaviors - by Bill Pastuszek

Appraisal is a process which finds rationality in market behaviors that strike the average person as mysterious, not logical, and sometimes irrational. In markets such as we are experiencing today there is a certain inexorable motion where many are striving to see what may be below the surface.

“Selling” your property to the appraiser - by Rey Archambault

Rey Archambault, SRA is principal of Archambault & Associates, Southington, Conn. ...

Continue to perform appraisals at the highest levels - by Steven Elliott

Steven Elliott, SRA, MRA, is principal at Elliott Gottschalk & Associates, Ashland, Mass. ...

MA/RI Chapter of Appraisal Institute’s April message - by Bud Clarke

AI’s Guide Note 10: Development of an Opinion of Market Value in the Aftermath of a Disaster can help appraisers servicing areas affec...

Scope of work and value opinions on solar PV systems - by Guy Andrews

Charles Guy Andrews, SRA & Certified Residential Appraiser at CMA Appraisals, Inc., Montpelier, VT. ...

Get ready for the conversation. Get set. Go to it. - by David Kirk

Feasibility Fundamental economic strength persists broadly, providing traction broadly in geographic sub markets. Accordingly, property opp...

Real estate analysis: When good is good enough - by Daniel Calano

Daniel Calano, CRE, is the managing partner and principal of Prospectus, LLC, Cambridge, Mass.  ...

Women Who Will Change Your Life – event held April 3

Medford, MA An informative discussion and networking event entitled “Women Who Will Change Your Life” took place at Century Bank...

Tapping the brakes: Always be wary of those tail lights - by Bill Pastuszek

Boston traffic is tough, getting tougher. This long expansion has had long legs, big strides made. Those brake lights we see every morning, noon, and night: are they telling us anything?