Could this be the jab to the throat brick-and-mortar retail was trying to avoid? Back in February forecasts were predicting that U.S. retail would see moderate growth somewhere around 2.8% in 2020. This was PC (pre-COVID), of course. Now, the newest available data is showing that U.S. retail sales will most likely decline 10.5% this year, and those getting hit the hardest will be brick-and-mortar retail stores.
Market Mondays are backkkk and this week we're looking at offices offices and how recent events have affected how (and where) people work.
It might look a little different this year, but everyone here at Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Verani Realty's Commercial Division wishes all of you a fun and safe day of celebration!
Normalcy in everyday life certainly seems like a distant dream for most of the United States right now. With radical changes to how we work, shop, eat and otherwise live thrown at the country so suddenly, one thing is for certain – the way we go about our lives is going to be very different once the dust has settled from this COVID-19 pandemic.
As the first quarter comes to a close, I wanted to take a moment to share my perspective on a growing trend that seems to be taking shape across the retailer landscape...big box stores, regional stores, service businesses - no one is exempt. What has happened to the service in the phrase ‘customer service’?
Even with a strong Holiday season at the end of 2019, brick and mortar stores have been struggling to increase in-store sales and compete with online giants. Coming into 2020, experts anticipated that there were going to be a number of store closings in addition to the previously announced upcoming closings.
In this installment of Market Monday, we're looking at industrial properties in New Hampshire through the beginning of 2020 and how they may fair through the first half of the year.
To protect the health and well-being of our agents, staff and community, and after careful consideration, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Verani Realty's Leadership Team has made the decision to reduce our regional offices to minimal staff effective at the end of day on Friday, March 20th. Verani Realty Commercial in Londonderry will be staffed by the department director and the administrator for the time being. Should this change, we will update as soon as possible.
Lucciano‘s Italian Ristorante & Bar has leased 5,100+/- SF adjacent to Shaw’s Supermarket. Owned and operated by Tina and Lou Hatsiandrou the new space is almost triple the size of their previous restaurant where they built up a local following and reputation for offering gluten free pastas and baked goods for 20 years. The new restaurant has 164 seats and a custom-designed wooden bar top that seats an additional 18 guests.
Verani Realty Commercial Division, Londonderry, NH - 03.09.2020 - Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Verani Realty's Commercial Division is excited to announce that Senior Advisors Michael B. Charron and Joan Blais have been recognized for their outstanding achievement within the Berkshire Hathaway national network of real estate agents for 2019.
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