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cap rate

The Roaring 20s: What 2020 Has in Store for Cap Rates

There are no clear ranges for a good or bad cap rate. However, cap rates should always be taken into account when assessing the potential of a commercial property.  Cap rates can give you valuable insight into the rate of return on a CRE investment and show what the income potential of a property is […]

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the future of retail

The Future of Retail: 4 Trends Investors Need to Know About

According to reports, more than 30% of retail sales are predicted to be online based by 2030. Projections like these are causing investors, brands, and the global industry at large, to seriously question the future of retail stores.  With proclamations such as “retail is dead”, many are questioning whether or not physical stores will even […]

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SOLD – Danvers, Massachusetts Commercial Building Sold

11,000 SF Danvers Massachusetts Commercial Building 308 Andover St is a Danvers, MA commercial property sold recently. Sold for $4,200,000 Request a Consultation 11,000 SF Danvers, MA Commercial Property sold to investor, Peter Longo. 308 Andover St Danvers, MA 01923 11,000 SF Danvers Massachusetts Commercial Building sold for $4,200,000 308 Andover St is an 11,000 [...] Continue reading

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
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