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Inventory shortage prompts buyers to adapt

By on May 3, 2016

Portland’s Commercial Real Estate has several segments. One key submarket is the industrial sector, which is experiencing the overall shift in dynamics from a buyer to a seller’s market.   May 2016

Activity points to continuing healthy market

By on April 5, 2016

Real estate cycles seem to come and go quickly, but in reality last for an extended period. Greater Portland, especially Portland’s  peninsula, has been experiencing an upward cycle for three years.   April 2016

Biddeford, Falmouth sales lead February transactions

By on March 1, 2016

February’s southern Maine commercial real estate transactions included two highlights:   March 2016

MEREDA notes industry return to pre-recession levels

By on February 2, 2016

The Maine Real Estate & Development Association (MEREDA) hosted more than 800 people at its annual Forecast Conference, at which experts reflected on 2015, and predicted trends for 2016.   February 2016

“Call for offers” technique highlights unprecedented strength of market

By on January 5, 2016

In the last two years, southern Maine’s commercial real estate market has enjoyed previously unseen activity and pricing. Portland, and in particular its peninsula, has experienced an explosion of new growth (residential) and wealth entering the market. One result of

Armory swap highlights a dynamic June

By on July 3, 2015

July 4 has passed, and with it the first half of 2015. It’s been a dynamic period, as Portland and Southern Maine in general have experienced almost unprecedented commercial real estate sales, leasing and development activity. July 2015

Spring ushers in annual surge in market activity

By on June 3, 2015

Each spring we enjoy the return of flourishing trees and blooming flowers. Almost as reliable, Maine’s commercial real estate market demonstrates its own cycle of renewed activity. June 2015

Downtown sees two landmark transactions

By on May 3, 2015

Downtown sees two landmark transactions APRIL TRANSACTIONS Possibly the two most significant downtown Portland commercial transactions of the last decade took place in April. May 2015  

Monument Square leasing shows active office market

By on April 1, 2015

Commercial sales may have subsided temporarily during the first quarter, but leasing – the office market in particular – has been notably active. Deb Napolitano of Paragon Commercial, Tony McDonald of CBRE|The Boulos Company, and Matthew Barney of Malone Commercial

An historic investment for J.B. Brown

By on March 1, 2015

Heavy snowfall has dominated the news for a month, but commercial real estate transactions continue regardless of the weather. There are reports that two of downtown Portland’s prime Class A office buildings are under contract, and that several other major