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Technology is Making Investing in Commercial Real Estate Easier

Commercial real estate investment has always been built on relationships. Traditionally, those relationships were built upon face-to-face interactions and lots of paperwork. Technology is changing that, making investing in commercial real estate all that much easier. Technology increases organization, boosts efficiency, and helps people connect. Because technology is making investing more streamlined, new investors are

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Are You Ready to Be a Landlord? The high return on investment comes with many responsibilities

Purchasing an office building or other commercial real estate property is a lucrative investment. It’s an asset that appreciates in value, and having ongoing and steady tenants means a continuous cash flow. Investing in a building with tenants means you’ll become a landlord, which comes with a wealth of benefits and challenges. Making a commercial

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9 Tips for Photographing Commercial Properties to Get Attention: How to show off its best features

High-quality photography is essential for commercial real estate listings. Most buyers begin their property searches online, where making a strong first impression is everything. If you’re new to real estate photography, the best way to learn is through practice. Experiment with different angles and light settings, and take photos at different times of day to

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NAI Hunneman Q2 Market Recap Now Available

While build-to-suit activity propped up absorption, Greater Boston’s commercial real estate markets ended the second quarter with mixed results. Overall market conditions remain positive, however, growth has slowed to a more moderate pace. In the office market, vacancies were flat compared to last quarter as both the Downtown and Cambridge markets posted negative absorption. Biogen’s

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A Breakdown of NAIOP’s Mid-Year Market Roundup

This morning NAIOP Massachusetts hosted its annual Mid-Year Market Roundup. The expert panel presented to a packed-room of real estate professionals; covering topics related to the economy, local and national property markets as well as capital markets. A common theme throughout the presentation was “slower, but not slow.” Below are just some of the key

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