Q3 brings continued activity in three sectors

Friday, October 1st, 2021
Commercial Division

As we close out Q3 2021, activity in most of the major commercial real estate sectors remains elevated. Equal amounts of interest are being generated from both investors and occupiers alike. Three commercial real estate sectors in particular have outperformed the broader market since the outbreak, and continue to generate the most interest from investors and developers.

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Summer has come and gone, and it sure seems like it went fast. We recorded the wettest June and July here in the Northeast, while our friends in the west are experiencing record droughts, heat and forest fires. With COVID-19 on the rise again thanks to the delta variant, things are just as crazy, if not more so, now. With back-to-school mask policies varying greatly between states, counties and towns and the troop withdrawal from Afghanistan, political division across the country seems to be at a peak.

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Excitement building for new locations and expansion

Friday, April 2nd, 2021
Commercial Division

For all of the continued reporting that retail is dead and won’t ever come back to pre-COVID levels, or that all the tenants have gone away, it’s a wonderfully positive and inspiring contradiction we are experiencing in New Hampshire. It’s not just New Hampshire, either - we are seeing the same thing  in many parts of New England and across the United States.

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Spring always brings a wave of optimism

Friday, March 5th, 2021
Andrew Levy

WOW déjà vu. Another Spring Forecast has arrived. It seems weird writing this after battling through a year of COVID-19 and all the changes that have followed. Yet, remarkably, we have adapted. Truthfully, New Hampshire has fared well in comparison to other states. Even with following the “protocols” we can still meet tenants, brokers, buyers and sellers on site and conduct business. While February has brought us several snowstorms, we are all looking forward to spring. It will be here before we know it, and as it always does it will bring a wave of optimism, especially with more and more people being vaccinated. There is so much pent-up demand to shop, eat, mingle, and get out and about.

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2020 Presented Personal & Professional Challenges

Wednesday, January 13th, 2021
David De Lise

As we prepared to close out 2020, I’m sure many of you reading this thought to yourselves, “Thank goodness, let’s get 2020 over with and move on!” I can’t say that I blame you. It’s understandable that everyone has a different perspective. People have been impacted differently, and perhaps still have feelings of unease surrounding the pandemic, the economy and most importantly family and loved ones.

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Small business marketing during a pandemic

Tuesday, September 15th, 2020
Verani Commercial

The annoyance with these emails is even further exacerbated by the fact that it is VERY possible that your household was effected by all of the shutdowns due to COVID-19. According to the Fed 20 percent of all employed people were laid off or furloughed in March along with an additional 6% who were working reduced hours or on forced leave without pay.

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