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07May
The Recession Will Hurt, But Boston’s Multifamily Market Is Poised For A Quick Recovery
Capital Markets

By Drees Stribling | Bisnow | May 8, 2020 The initial shock of the coronavirus pandemic might be past, but that doesn’t mean landlords, tenants, developers or prospective renters and buyers aren’t still trying to cope. A cornerstone of operating multifamily buildings as safely as possible has been “communicate, communicate, communicate,” Samuels & Associates principal […]

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10Jun
Transit During The Era Of Social Distancing: How The Pandemic Has Impacted Transit & What That Means For Boston
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The use of transit and commuting has come to a halt since the start of the pandemic. Now, people are wondering what continued social distancing measures will mean for the future of subways and busses. How might the office community be impacted with limited commuter options moving forward? How will a lack of accessibility to […]

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03Jun
FAQ on Boston CRE
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How should I approach value today? Property valuations of non-hospitality related asset classes are down approximately 5% – 10% with many investors requiring a ‘credit’ guarantee on all rents for new acquisitions. We are also starting to see a systemic shift in underwriting, with a drastically more conservative outlook on vacancy, future rent projections, and […]

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