Improvement or construction exchanges under Internal Revenue Code Section 1031 - by Brendan Greene

Internal Revenue Code (IRC) Section 1031 allows a property owner, who holds property for “the productive use in a trade or business or for investment”, to defer paying any capital gains taxes if the property owner sells such property,

As summer moves along look around for new opportunities to achieve your goals - by David OSullivan

Here we are in the middle of the summer with warm days, outdoor events and vacations in our thoughts. Unfortunately most of us still need to work for a living and can only take limited time off. 

Creating value by clearing title through specialized court-supervised proceedings - by John Dorsey

The ability to quickly and efficiently clear title issues from a property is key to maximizing the value of a property in a sale transaction. When traditional techniques do not resolve title issues, the value of a pending, or potential sale transaction

Boston-based sports bars are popular and in high-demand. But why? - by Dennis Serpone

Domestic and international sports are the escape that our society craves. With the ability to watch the soccer finals in Europe, rugby in Australia, golf at St. Andrews, the Pats winning the Super Bowl, the Bruins fighting their way to the

The numbers prove it! Boston is a World Class city - by Webster Collins

The May 28, 2018 Banker & Tradesman editorial is shocking: Reasons given were housing costs, travel times and small size (48 square miles). I could not disagree more.

It seems the folks in the soccer world don’t like paying taxes any more than the rest of us - by Paul Dion

Americans love a champion, and every year, sports fans get to see new champions crowned. We’ve got a World Series, a Super Bowl, and NBA finals that drag on for months. We’ve got the Kentucky Derby, the Indianapolis 500, and the

Chittenden County shows strength and growth in retail and residential rental markets - by Doug Nedde

Chittenden County has experienced a flurry of development and change in the last few years with the majority of growth occurring in the retail and residential rental markets. The closing of Burlington College led to the sale 60 of acres of

Building community beware: Risks rising along with the tides - by Michael Duffy

The projected scope of climate change impacts is enormous, interacting with every natural and built environment. New evidence indicates that these impacts in New England are progressing more rapidly than previously anticipated. With the

Nashua, NH marketplace is gaining momentum - economy is strong and outlook is more positive - by Kristie Kyzer

At the close of the first half of 2018 the Nashua submarket appeared to be - finally - heating up, especially the industrial segment.  At Colliers International | New Hampshire, we include Amherst, Hollis, Hudson, Litchfield, Merrimack, Milford,

Company of the Month: Wayne J. Griffin Electric celebrates 40 years as a leading Merit Shop

Holliston, MA This July, Wayne J. Griffin Electric, Inc. celebrates 40 years of successful business in the electrical contracting industry. ...