We’re faced with four unique seasons here in the Northeast. With each season comes with its own set of challenges that pertain to selling a home. Today, let’s talk about prepping your home to go to market in the midst of autumn.
The real estate industry is composed of two property types – residential and commercial. There are key indicators to the differences of each property type. If you are looking to buy or sell property that will be used to produce income, you’re probably dealing with commercial real estate.
There’s a slew of “Boston Suburbs” that exist in New Hampshire. One such municipality is Salem, NH, which sits right on the border of the Granite State and Massachusetts. Living in Salem, NH has long been a destination for people wishing to position themselves in a sales tax-free state that’s close to “the big city.” However, we’d be remiss to not give the community it’s due in being a city of opportunity in and of itself. Salem, NH’s town seal offers the motto, "Industry, Commerce, Recreation," which serves as a perfect backdrop for the community's unique assets - location, accessibility, unspoiled natural resources and a pro-business attitude. Salem mixes small town, rural living with the advantages offered by a city.
With a passion and a dedication to their communities and surrounding areas, the entire team at Verani Realty is always quick to jump in when the town and residents are in a state of need. With the recent gas line explosion that has affected over 8,000 homes throughout the Merrimack Valley, specifically Lawrence, Andover and North Andover, it was a no-brainer that their help was needed. With North Andover being a hub for Verani Realty staff and agents, many were ready and eager to lend a helping hand. VeraniCARES, Verani Realty’s philanthropic program, set up a food and monetary collection to aid the communities in need.
The advisory team of Verani Realty is pleased to share with you our featured listings for Q4, 2018. Our inventory includes assets within the retail, multifamily, industrial, office, and business sectors and includes properties for sale as well as for lease. We encourage you to read at your leisure and contact us if you would like a complimentary opinion of value or would like to know more about the trends shaping the New Hampshire real estate environment.
As developers continue to adapt to the live, work, play evolution in communities, the live, work, retire trend advances across the nation. Retail property owners continue their efforts in attracting the senior-living sector to continue driving traffic to their centers. More than 10,000 baby boomers retiring every day by the age of 65 in the U.S., creating enhanced demand for new, amenity filled lifestyle communities.
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Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Verani Realty is proud to announce the recent successful completion of several notable commercial real estate transactions throughout New Hampshire totaling 2,679,400.00.
Technological innovation has dramatically impacted the commercial real estate industry with sweeping changes that many commercial real estate firms have been measured in their acceptance. Perhaps no commercial real estate sector has been impacted more by the evolution of technology than retail, e-commerce, and online shopping. In fact, e-retail sales totaled over $409 Billion nationwide in 2017. E-retail sales are forecasted to reach $603.4 Billion across the globe by 2021.