Northern New England

Cardente leases 1,800 s/f to Reform Physical Therapy

Yarmouth, ME According to Cardente Real Estate, Reform Physical Therapy has leased 1,800 s/f of retail/office space at 374 U.S. Rte. One.

Southern New Hampshire retail market forecast: Deals will be sprouting in spring 2019 - by Andrew Levy

Another winter has come and gone. Thank God. Bring on the SUN! Though there was a fair amount of activity this fall and winter, we do need things to heat up (literally) in Southern New Hampshire. New Hampshire’s retail picture is healthy and growing with a lot of new construction in several key markets. Occupancy rates remain high, and most centers have only a few vacant units.

Hersch of Tinkham Realty brokers $1.29 million sale of retail/office plaza to 115 Indian Rock Road LLC of Salem

Windham, NH Tinkham Realty, Inc. completed the sale of a retail/office plaza at 115 Indian Rock Rd. (Rte. 111) to 115 Indian Rock Road LLC of Salem.

Stuart-Buckley joins M&S Development as development director

Brattleboro, VT M&S Development welcomes Katie Stuart-Buckley to their team as development director. Stuart-Buckley’s experience a...

Cornerstone PDC completes 11,000 s/f build-out

Manchester, NH Cornerstone PDC, LLC completed design-build renovations for EVR Advertising’s new corporate offices at 155 Dow St....

Colliers International represents BAE Systems in 193,000 s/f lease

Manchester, NH Colliers International, a global leader in commercial real estate services, represented BAE Systems in its 193,000 s/f lease ...

Holmes of North Branch Construction retires

Concord, NH Kenneth Holmes, CEO and former president of North Branch Construction, has retired after thirty years with the firm. Prior to wo...

New guidance for real estate investors on the 20% deduction in tax code, Section 199A - by Lynne Bagby

Many New England real estate investors have been wondering how they can qualify for the Section 199A 20% reduction for their real estate “businesses” as they, along with their CPAs and tax advisors maneuver around the recent changes to the tax code. 

This generation of appraisers: Taking responsibility for the assignment and controlling the process - by William Pastuszek Jr.

After seemingly getting through the tunnel’s darkness and getting to the bright end, it seems like residential appraisers may be entering dark times again. Not self-inflicted, but assault from without. The residential appraisal profession went through a process of change during the downturn. The ensuing changes, while eliciting the usual appraiser complaints, were effective getting the appraisal process much more independent, free from undue influence, and technically more solid.

If there is anything that breaks categories, it is low-rise, high density housing - by Thomas House

If there is anything that breaks categories, it’s low-rise, high density housing, which for practical purposes, we will define as being 4 (or 5) stories tall, usually with a commercial or retail first-floor platform.