Spotlights

2019 Annual Review: Marc Koenig of MDK Realty

What was your greatest professional accomplishment in 2019? My greatest accomplishment in 2019 was the closing of numerous sale and lease deals that I was working on over the last few years. Primarily in the retail real estate leasing

2019 Annual Review: Dirk Falardeau of KeyBank

What was your greatest professional accomplishment in 2019? As a newly appointed regional production manager for New England, New York (excluding NYC) and Pennsylvania, my greatest professional accomplishment this year may simply be weathering

2019 Annual Review: Tony Cavallaro of JACA Architects

What was your most notable project, deal, or transaction in 2019? The BID-Needham Outpatient Clinical Center.  We were selected to design the new 37,000 s/f center.  The new building helps retain existing providers

2019 Annual Review: Kelly Coates of Carpionato Group

What was your most notable project, deal, or transaction in 2019? We had a few notable events that took place this year! We received all final Topgolf approvals and will look

New England Real Estate's
2019 Annual Review

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Bill Cummings, one of the most prolific philanthropists in Mass. history to receive NEREJ's Lifetime Achievement Award

Woburn, MA Born during America’s Great Depression, Bill Cummings grew up poor. But with hard work, an entrepreneurial mindset, and an eye for opportunities, he led a series of highly successful business

The 2020 Winter New England Commercial Real Estate Semi-Annual Guide

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Activity in housing production is slowly spreading beyond the city of Boston - by David O'Sullivan

We are well into the time of short daylight and everyone is back at school and vacation season is over. Somehow this summer flew by, but I think we feel that way most years. It has been a tumultuous summer with talk of recession,

What is “constructive receipt of money or property” in a 1031 exchange? - by Kassie Pantelakis

In order to qualify for tax deferral under IRC § 1031, the taxpayer must meet certain requirements. One of these requirements is that the taxpayer cannot have actual or constructive receipt of the proceeds from the relinquished

Appraisers in a box – again: Current trends appear to be constricting ability to provide services - by Bill Pastuszek

I reread an article I wrote three years ago entitled “Appraisers in a Box.” The article discussed that “[r]eal estate professionals are finding it increasingly difficult to carry out professional