Spotlights

Rhode Island jumped ahead of 24 states and are now the 9th best economy in the U.S. - by Tom Sweeney

There have been a lot of changes in the past few years on how consumers consume and businesses run their businesses. We have seen steady big box reduction as online ordering increases, we have seen individual medical practices join into groups

Boston: Enjoy it and celebrate its diversity - by William Pastuszek

Boston. What a great place, in general. Surely not without its faults. Pricey, high barriers to entry, still a bit exclusive/exclusionary. But such an interesting, intriguing, multi-faceted, complex real estate market.

Why investors’ access to 1031 exchange funds are limited - by Lynne Bagby

As more New England investment real estate owners are marketing their rental properties and would like to participate in a 1031 exchange at the time of sale, questions often asked are: “What if I can’t find anything suitable to identify by the end

The property management industry is better, and stronger than it has ever been in recent years - by Chris Mellen

As we enter the 9th year of the up cycle we continue to enjoy a real estate market unlike any we’ve experienced before.  From the property management perspective, I can report that the industry is better, and stronger than it has ever been in recent years.

Selling your restaurant - by Dennis Serpone

IT'S BEEN A LONG ROAD SINCE YOU BOUGHT YOUR RESTAURANT. Now it's time to retire...take care of your medical issues, spend time with family, and enjoy some well deserved vacations.

Builders risk insurance - Spencer Macalaster

In recent months we have seen an uptick in construction related activity throughout the real estate marketplace. Residential, retail and commercial developments are all either under construction or being considered by owners and developers

East Boston Savings Bank is committed to go the extra mile - providing the ultimate service experience - by Richard Gavegnano

As one of the fastest-growing banks in Massachusetts, our commercial real estate lending team has been hard at work supporting our customers as their projects help to build and grow our economy

As we enter a new season, we naturally look forward, and anticipate what is to come - by David O'Sullivan

Springtime, a season which starts cold and then we spring forward with daylight savings time. As we enter a new season, we naturally look forward, anticipate what is to come, and look at our accomplishments during the first quarter. 

As we enter a new season, we naturally look forward, anticipate what is to come - by David O'Sullivan

Springtime, a season which starts cold and then we spring forward with daylight savings time. As we enter a new season, we naturally look forward, anticipate what is to come, and look at our accomplishments during the first quarter.

How some borrowers can benefit in today’s rising rate environment - by Michael Chase

For borrowers seeking commercial real estate debt, 2018 kicked off with plenty of positive news. The passage of a major tax reform package at the end of 2017 was generally viewed as good for the industry. There were far fewer