Purchasing a commercial property can be challenging; sometimes requiring a significant amount of due diligence in a short period of time. During this truncated timeframe, the new buyers need to complete a detailed investigation of the property to determine whether or not they remain satisfied with the asset and all its systems before closing the … Continue reading Buying Commercial Real Estate? Here are 3 Advantages to Property Management’s Involvement in the Due Diligence Process.
Below represents recent blog posts of interest from around the commercial real estate universe curated by the NAI Hunneman Research Department. 4 Ways Everyone is Changing to Accommodate E-Commerce Demands - The e-commerce boom has definitely changed the way that many Americans do their shopping. (Source: NAI Global) Social Media Posting Best Practices for #CRE … Continue reading Weekly CRE Blog Roundup
Read any of our weekly CRE blog roundups, and the influence of technology in the commercial real estate industry is apparent. Today's top tools help the NAI Hunneman real estate team offer first-class service to clients by improving marketing, expanding listing exposure, and efficiently managing time-consuming back-office processes. Marketing Tools Technology changed how real estate … Continue reading Top Tech Tools Driving the CRE Industry
Halloran & Hannigan represent State Electric Corporation in new lease at Braintree office location NAI Hunneman recently completed an 8,507 SF lease transaction with State Electric Corporation at 2 Adams Place in Braintree, MA. The transaction is a new location for the full-service, electrical construction company based in Bedford, MA. NAI Hunneman Senior Vice President … Continue reading NAI Hunneman’s Leasing & Advisory Service Team Brokers 8,507 SF lease at 2 Adams Place
Below represents recent blog posts of interest from around the commercial real estate universe curated by the NAI Hunneman Research Department. 3 Reasons CRE Loves Transit-Oriented Development - Part of being successful in commercial real estate is keeping up with trends and how the industry and society as a whole are changing. (Source: NAI Global) … Continue reading Weekly CRE Blog Roundup
By Liz Berthelette – Director of Research This post was recently featured in the 4.28.17 edition of the New England Real Estate Journal Traffic congestion remains a hot topic in Boston. As a follow up to our December 2016 blog post titled “A strong Boston economy means more traffic”, where NAI Hunneman’s Research department examined … Continue reading A Strong Boston Economy Means More Traffic (2.0)
In addition to offering first-class office space and top of the line amenities, including a fitness center, free Wi-Fi, and newly renovated common areas and tenant meeting spaces, Connector Park (59 Lowes Way | Lowell) is also centrally located to a wealth of area amenities. Our North Team recently identified some of the area’s best … Continue reading Have a Business Lunch/Dinner at Connector Park? No Problem.
Below represents recent blog posts of interest from around the commercial real estate universe curated by the NAI Hunneman Research Department. Opportunities in the US Office Market for Q2 2017 - While the economy continues to move along, many office markets still experience vacancy rates that are higher than the national norm. (Source: Reoptimizer) Pre ICSC … Continue reading Weekly CRE Blog Roundup
By Liz Berthelette - Director of Research This post originally appeared on RealMassive.com 4/6/17 Massachusetts, anchored by Cambridge, is home to one of the largest biotech clusters in the world. With many of the leading “big pharma” firms maintaining a presence here, this industry has become a key driver of commercial real estate demand throughout … Continue reading Massachusetts’ Big Pharma Cluster and Its Impact on Commercial Real Estate
Below represents recent blog posts of interest from around the commercial real estate universe curated by the NAI Hunneman Research Department. Click below to access the content: 4 tips for CRE brokers in the appraisal process - As a commercial real estate broker, it’s easy to feel like the appraisal process is out of your … Continue reading Weekly CRE Blog Roundup