Spotlights

Top 10 frequently asked 1031 tax-deferred exchange questions - by Brendan Greene

1. What is a 1031 tax-deferred exchange?

A 1031 tax-deferred exchange is a method allowed by Internal Revenue Code (IRC) §1031, whereby an owner of certain investment or business property may defer paying capital gains taxes on the sale of such property

Boston industrial in 2024 - by Bill Pastuszek

Commercial real estate (CRE) continues to evolve and change, adjusting to a longer, higher interest rate climate, a looming national election, and widespread global uncertainty. National and local market conditions are not terrible, yet there is a good deal of consumer discomfort

Developers need help to solve the current housing crisis - by David O'Sullivan

We all look for advice and direction, we consult our peers, read commentary of industry experts and make decisions for our business. Whatever we consult for statistics, sales trends, construction cost indexes etc., are mostly a snapshot in time. The conclusions we draw on the opinions

Consolidation in ownership should allow hotel owners to be better prepared for a slowdown - by Earle Wason

As we enter the half-year point of 2024 there is becoming clarity in the hotel market sales and revenue expectations. In all my 50 years as a Realtor this continues to be the craziest and most unpredictable period I can remember. However, the effects of an election year, war in Ukraine

Some economic data and it’s translation for the Greater Boston industrial world - by David Skinner

Over the past two years, a billion s/f of new industrial space has been built in the United States. Rising vacancies are happening due to supply challenges and lower demand, but the effect varies depending on the market and property type. Inflation is still above the 2% target. With

CRE market continues to navigate and adjust - by Kristie Russell

The New Hampshire commercial real estate landscape has experienced notable fluctuations in recent years. Within the office sector, there has been a consistent uptick in available space since 2020, attributed to a wave of companies downsizing or closing their New Hampshire operations. However,

The restaurant industry is changing at breakneck speed - by Dennis Serpone

For the casual diner, or the food executive focused on his sliver of the food and beverage industry pie, the changes to society’s dining habits have, and are, changing. It took the events of March 2020 to reset the industry. The obvious winners that ensued were the fast

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DJSA Architecture: Celebrating 20 years
of innovative design and architecture

Raynham, MA April 2024 marked a significant milestone for DJSA Architecture as it celebrated its 20th anniversary. Founded by Dennis Swart in 2004 as a sole proprietorship, the firm has evolved from a one-person operation to a thriving architectural design and planning studio with a diverse portfolio

4 Pond Park at South Shore Park - Hingham’s premier corporate headquarters opportunity

Hingham, MA A.W. Perry, a relationship-driven real estate investment and services firm with offices in Boston and Hingham, is marketing one of its signature assets 4 Pond Park, a 28,841 s/f, three-story office building, conveniently located off Rte. 3 exit 36, nearby the Derby Street Shoppes. The building