On March 10th
Mass. governor Baker gave the order to shut down all non-essential businesses in Massachusetts. The last 20 weeks have certainly presented unprecedented challenges but also incredible responses in the face of many obstacles. Regulators for the banks,
The last article I wrote for publication in the New England Real Estate Journal
was in January 2020 and it was to preview the upcoming year. Well as you can imagine I really missed. We all know so much has changed since then.
The article I wrote in January 2020 featured the Five Pillars of Boston’s commercial real estate market. The #1 pillar was talent.
Well, where do we start? I have been writing articles for the New England Real Estate Journal for as long as I can remember, at least 30 years, and never have I had a simpler, or more difficult
The number of restaurant transactions is up by more than 70% going into the fourth quarter of 2020 over the same comparable time in 2019.The confluence of economic and market conditions as a result
Ending the second quarter with the uncertainties that COVID will have in New Hampshire has left many unknowns in commercial real estate. As the state passed the early stages of the pandemic,
Now, several months into a moratorium on evictions, the housing market, rental market, and court system continue to stagger. At one end of the spectrum, facing quite a unique plight, is a
Colleges looking to compete for students have added new fields like cybersecurity, political campaign management, and even beer fermentation. (That last one seems a bit indulgent,
In a world that seems to be ever-changing and racked with uncertainty, there is one thing that the commercial real estate community can be sure of, and that’s the strength of the Greater
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 capital