Category Archives for "Massachusetts commercial real estate investing"

Retail Property Market Update: Greater Boston Mid Q4 2019

 So, how's the Greater Boston retail market? I get that question quite a bit and it's a great question. If you read the news, all you're hearing about are big-box stores, department stores, and the Amazon effect. But, what's interesting about retail, particularly in the market that we track, which is the 1 to $20 [...] Continue reading

Jeremy Cyrier, CCIM Featured on WHDH Channel 7

Due to the recent gas explosions, Governor Baker held a meeting in Andover, MA on Wednesday September 19th. The purpose of the meeting was to discuss the impact brought upon local business owners in the area due to the recent destruction to residential and commercial properties. Jeremy Cyrier, CCIM was one of the local business […]

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Decreasing Cap Rates Aren’t Scaring Off Investors

The future in industrial real estate seems to be strong if the indicators like the average cap rate mean anything about where markets may be headed.  Cap rates continue to drop with the national average being 5.4% for class-A+ products compared to 5.6% for the similar market items the previous year.  In Los Angeles, the […]

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Why Not Build Up Areas Around Gateway Cities?

There are 13 Gateway Cities around—cities around Massachusetts that are currently struggling, but which could turn out to be important cogs to their regional economies.  Many believe the way to turn those economies around might be found right in those cities.  Right now, there is a lot of vacant land, or land that is not […]

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Mixed Messages in the Retail Market?

There continue to be many store closures and bankruptcies in the retail market, but the overall vacancy rate of these spaces hasn’t yet spiked.  Reis, a real estate research firm has optimistically reported that even though there have been more stores closings, the retail vacancy rate has not and is not expected to rise. There are various reasons […]

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Decreasing Cap Rates Aren’t Scaring Off Investors

The future in industrial real estate seems to be strong if the indicators like the average cap rate mean anything about where markets may be headed.  Cap rates continue to drop with the national average being 5.4% for class-A+ products compared to 5.6% for the similar market items the previous year.  In Los Angeles, the [...] Continue reading

Why Not Build Up Areas Around Gateway Cities?

There are 13 Gateway Cities around—cities around Massachusetts that are currently struggling, but which could turn out to be important cogs to their regional economies.  Many believe the way to turn those economies around might be found right in those cities.  Right now, there is a lot of vacant land, or land that is not [...] Continue reading

Mixed Messages in the Retail Market?

There continue to be many store closures and bankruptcies in the retail market, but the overall vacancy rate of these spaces hasn’t yet spiked.  Reis, a real estate research firm has optimistically reported that even though there have been more stores closings, the retail vacancy rate has not and is not expected to rise. There are [...] Continue reading

The New Trend–Sale-Leaseback Properties

There is a trend that seems to be growing for corporate sale-leasebacks as one group wants to get unused space off their books, and another group seeks ownership of business-related properties.  Sellers are using funds they earn from these transactions to expand their businesses or to increase their value or dividends, but there are other [...] Continue reading
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