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NAI Hunneman Q2 Market Recap Now Available

by Liz Berthelette, Director of Research NAI Hunneman. Liz is a seasoned CRE researcher with a penchant for maps, graphs & data; providing insights on the local Boston market and beyond. 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,

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Buying Commercial Real Estate? Here are 3 Advantages to Property Management’s Involvement in the Due Diligence Process.

by Liz Berthelette, Director of Research NAI Hunneman. Liz is a seasoned CRE researcher with a penchant for maps, graphs & data; providing insights on the local Boston market and beyond. Purchasing a commercial property can be challenging; sometimes requiring a significant amount of due diligence in a short period of time. During this truncated

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Greater Boston Property Markets Start Year on a Positive Note

by Liza Berthelette Positive absorption was seen across all property types in Greater Boston. Metrowide office absorption totaled more than 300,000 square feet with the suburbs leading the charge. The lab market, particularly Kendall Square, remains as-tight-as ever. And fundamentals continue to improve in the industrial market as vacancies have reached new lows. The New

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The Nation’s Top Marketplace – Austin’s CBD

 Guest Post by Sullivan Johnston, Research Coordinator at Avison Young Commercial Real Estate     As in quarters past, Austin’s CBD submarket continues to entice an array of office tenants, despite some reports illustrating downtrends in occupancy and rental rates. Austin’s favorable business environment has emerged as a worthwhile investment, with companies such as Kuka Robotics, Samsung,

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Old School or Obsolete?

 Guest Post by Jeremy Neuer, Senior Vice President at CBRE East Brunswick     First, thanks to the RealMassive team for inviting me to guest blog. The instructions were simple: write something interesting about the leasing process or technology. Hopefully this post delivers. I was recently asked when the corporate real estate industry would fully

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