Downtown Portland mid-year class A update: Currently we have high demand and lack of supply - by Jessica Estes

In January of 2019, we published our annual Market Outlook, which gives an overview of Maine’s commercial real estate market with an emphasis on the office sector. One of the most watched indicators

The good news is that for every restaurant that comes up for sale, we have buyers waiting to buy - by Dennis Serpone

Mid-stream in 2019, the restaurant market is  in a constant state of flux. The face of our industry is changing at an accelerating rate driven by the immense amount of new buildings being built throughout the State

Company of the Month: Wayne J. Griffin Electric’s employees are the company’s most valuable asset

Holliston, MA For Wayne J. Griffin Electric, Inc. (Griffin Electric), a leading electrical subcontractor throughout New England and the Southeast for more than 40 years, it has been a

Hunneman’s goal is to give the asset manager or owner the information to make the best decision - by Steve Prozinski

Hunneman has the unique ability and flexibility to work with different types of clients ranging from institutional, family owned, full-service local buyers, and entrepreneurial clients. Over the past 10 years

New Hampshire midyear report and trends: Commercial office and industrial markets - by Bob Rohrer

A look at occupancy rates and lease rates in the office and industrial markets across the state point to several interesting trends – trends that have been the calling card for the New Hampshire market

Insurance marketplace review - First half 2019 - Hard market emerges - by Spencer Macalaster

The storm clouds are gathering across most lines in the current insurance marketplace, with rate and premium increases being proposed and achieved by all carriers. In 2017 and 2018, the marketplace

The investment tax credit and consumer demand, make outlook for solar development look robust - by Richard Nadeau

For years we have heard that alternative, renewable energy, including solar energy, is the future for America. Traveling by train from Amsterdam to Berlin, one sees numerous wind turbines producing renewable energy

Midyear thoughts - The housing crisis is a supply-and-demand imbalance - by David O'Sullivan

What happened to the first half of 2019? Here we are in July and it seems like winter just ended a short time ago. It is prime vacation season and maybe finding that everyone you are looking for is away someplace else

The city of Boston is a dramatically different place than it was at the start of the 21st century - by Webster Collins

The leaders in Boston’s current real estate growth spurt are the new equivalency of the Boston Trustee, which built much of the city 100+ years ago. To mention a few major participants in Boston, there are the followers

La dolce vita and the story of the Dowager Empress Maria Theresa - by Paul Dion

Picture yourself at an “ozmiza,” or “eight-day tavern,” overlooking the Adriatic Sea on Italy’s Carso coast, near the Slovenian border. A guitarist serenades you and your companions