Northern New England

Today’s headlines all have an impact on the commercial real estate industry - By David De Lise

As the summer winds down and our thoughts turn to the fall and winter months, the continuing threat of COVID-19, the upcoming election and the social justice issues swarming the headlines all have an impact on the commercial real estate industry. These issues all weigh heavily on the minds of business professionals who earn

The impacts of COVID-19 for close to seven months - by Christian Stallkamp

It is hard to believe that we’ve been dealing with the impacts of COVID-19 for close to seven months now. It was only about a month ago that I started going back to the office. While there are a few things that I definitely miss, like my “business” attire of shorts and a tee-shirt and my dog, Salty,

Project of the Month: Aberthaw completes work on New England’s 1st mass timber construction for Farley White at 90 Arboretum

Newington, NH September marked the end of the first phase of construction at 90 Arboretum, located within the Pease International Tradeport. What started as an out of the ground office building

BOND Building Construction, Inc. unveils new Solinsky Center for Cancer Care at Elliot Hospital

Manchester, NH BOND Building Construction, Inc. celebrated the grand-opening of the new Solinsky Center for Cancer Care at the Elliot Hospital. The new facility – which includes comprehensive cancer services of hematology, radiation oncology, medical oncology, chemotherapy, and support services – opened to patients in August.

North Branch Construction renovates Londonderry Central Fire Station

Londonderry, NH North Branch Construction has completed construction at the Londonderry Central Fire Station. The two-phased project was for a renovation of the existing station along with two separate additions

Are the markets up, down, or sideways? - by Thomas House

Are the markets up, down, or sideways? You could be forgiven for rolling your eyes and saying “Sideways. Duh.” But before you do, note that the July single housing sales has reached the levels of around 2000

Industrial markets and COVID-19: Current trends - by Bill Pastuszek

The COVID-19 environment is nearing the six-month mark, depending on when you start counting. Massachusetts declared a state of emergency March 10; the NHL “paused” on March 12.

Martin joins Nedde Real Estate

Burlington, VT Kim Martin has joined Nedde Real Estate as CFO. Martin brings over 25 years of finance and operations experience

Buying first ... the flexibility and power of the Reverse Exchange - by Patricia Flowers

Is a 1031 Exchange in your future? Do you have investment real estate to sell and are looking for a property to purchase?  What happens if you find the ideal replacement property but haven’t sold your current property?

We are now seeing trends happen in warp speed - by Christian Stallkamp

In normal times, late August usually marks NHCIBOR’s annual summer mixer event where brokers and affiliates get together to meet new members and take a pause on deals to get together over great food and drinks