Spotlights

2019 Women in Real Estate: Tracey Hartford, Windover Construction

My parents provided me the best advice that I live by today. Do what you say you will do and drive yourself to get it done. At the end of the day, it’s your integrity that matters. I watched both my parents

2019 Women in Real Estate: Julie Williams, South Shore Chamber of Commerce

Whether you think you can, or you think you can’t, you’re right.” - Henry Ford. It’s so simple to remember that I use it as a mantra to get me through whatever challenge. 

2019 Women in Real Estate: Jennifer Francis, Senior Housing Properties Trust

I am proud to have been promoted in 2018 to be president and COO of Senior Housing Properties Trust, an $8.7 billion healthcare REIT. I consider my role to be important symbolically

New product types for industrial real estate developers - by David Skinner

Investors who specialize in industrial real estate in 2019 face three challenges. The first challenge is that it is nearly impossible to find “good deals” to buy because New England companies (users) are growing at unprecedented

2019 Women in Real Estate: Elizabeth Krol, Partner Engineering and Science, Inc.

I am truly honored to represent CREW Boston as delegate to the CREW Network of nearly 12,000 members globally who are committed to the advancement of women in commercial real estate.

2019 Women in Real Estate: Karen Hurd, Baker Tilly

“Always be ready” Heard it twice – from a NBA coach and a former boss early in my career.

2019 Women in Real Estate: Barbara Oddo, Lincoln Property Company

CREW has afforded me the opportunity to meet and network with people in the industry and other markets that I might not have encountered, otherwise. My involvement has resulted in a number of relationships that, without CREW

New England Real Estate Journal's
August Spotlight: Industrial

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New England Real Estate Journal presents
Women in Commercial Real Estate

New England Real Estate Journal recently published its annual Women in Commercial Real Estate Spotlight. The August 30th Spotlight edition shares insight into today’s commercial real estate industry from a woman’s perspective.

Institutional or non-institutional lenders? That is the question - by Jeffrey Muñoz

Boston’s residential and commercial real estate market is known for its strong fundamentals. With an expected slowdown in activity nationwide, Boston remains a point of focus for both institutional and non-institutional