Spotlights

New Hampshire Seacoast 2021 market outlook - by Kent White and Christian Stallkamp

The global COVID-19 pandemic created many challenges for the commercial real estate industry. Many small and local businesses have closed or continue to hang on to the hope that business will resume to “normal”. “Essential” businesses have prospered in comparison

As the sun rises we can see over the horizon, there are good days coming! - by Dennis Serpone

When thinking about what the restaurant industry will look like in 2021, the reality is that it’ll be years before “the days of old” will be back.  Our new presidential administration, while it throws an additional $1,400 to every individual adult, it may be forcing a $15 minimum wage on all employers

“Attitude of flexibility is crucial to success” is our anthem as we head through 2021 - by Tom Sweeney

What seems to be the longest year ever has come to an end! We have seen a lot change in a short span of time. Our new ways of interacting have brought forth challenges & opportunities in the business world. There is a booming economy on the horizon, but in the immediate markets

R.I. finance forecast remains optimistic for 2021 - by Alan Doyle

More than ever, Bob Dylan’s 1964 song “Times, They are a-Changin” best describes our current times. After almost a year of historic economic and personal loss, we finally see “the light at the end of this tunnel”. It’s truly amazing what companies such as Pizer

What role does signage play in opening up your new retail destination? - by Richard Poyant

Case Study: The Point in Littleton, Mass. Signage plays a key role in showcasing your retail store’s brand image and drawing new customers into your door. It is important to develop a vibrant, fresh, and inviting

New England Real Estate Journal's
2021 Forecast Spotlight

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2020 Year in Review: Jay Connolly, Connolly Brothers Inc.

What was the most difficult part of working during the pandemic of 2020? The biggest challenge of working during the pandemic has been adjusting to a partially remote workforce. While technology has allowed us to successfully work remotely during the beginning of the pandemic, it became obvious at a point that we were missing something. There is an unmeasurable dynamic of face-to-face interaction, collaboration and teamwork that happens in an office environment

2020 Year in Review: Susan Shelby, Rhino PR

What was the most difficult part of working during the pandemic of 2020? The most difficult part of working during the pandemic was not being able to meet with clients or attend networking events in person. Video calls are fine but I miss seeing people in person!

2020 Year in Review: Steve Laverty, Surus Development & Construction

What aspects of working from home have you enjoyed most? Without commuting and office distractions, the days were noticeably more efficient. It provided an opportunity to spend more time with my family while accomplishing the same or more work in a single day.

2020 Year in Review: Imran Khan, Margulies Perruzzi

What was the most difficult part of working during the pandemic of 2020? Traditionally, the practice of architecture is based on mentoring -- professionals working closely side-by-side learning from each other. Realizing work from home will lead to the potential loss of tacit knowledge, MP established periodic virtual check-ins to make that human connection