Associated Brokerage Group Llc
When considering an investment in commercial real estate, nothing is more important than having a team of experienced commercial representatives on your side. ABG Realty represents properties in Eastern Massachusetts, with a team of brokers who have a diverse understanding of the unique characteristics of this market.
Our agents understand the complexities of commercial real estate and put that knowledge to work for you. We offer commercial real estate brokerage,and advisory services to buyers and tenants through functional specialization in Office, Industrial, Retail, Investment Properties and Land Sales.
|4th Quarter 2013: Boston Retail Market Shows Little Change
The Boston retail market did not experience much change in market conditions throughout the previous year. The market ended the fourth quarter 2013 with an overall vacancy of rate of 4.3%, showing no change from the previous quarter. Vacancy rates stayed the same from the previous quarter at 4.3%.Read More...
|4th Quarter 2013: Boston Office Vacancy Down at Year's End
At the end of last year, Boston’s Office market finished the fourth quarter with a vacancy rate of 9.6%, down from the third quarter numbers of 9.8%. While the absorption rate is down from third to fourth quarter, rental rates showed a slight increase.
|4th Quarter 2013: Boston Industrial Market Continues to Show Improvement
By the end of 2013, Boston’s Industrial market continued the improvement it showed at the beginning of the year. The market ended the fourth quarter 2013 with an overall vacancy rate of 8.9%, down from the 10% rate from the end of the first quarter.
Beloved by all, Thomas M. Menino, Boston’s Longest Serving Mayor Dies at 71On Thursday, October 30, 2014, the city of Boston lost a great leader. Thomas Michael Menino, Boston’s longest serving mayor, died. He was diagnosed with advanced cancer earlier this year after leaving office. A man with great vision for the city of Boston helped mold and shape the city’s skyline. A friend to all, he […]
Boston Chinatown shrinking or expanding?Cranes are busily rolling up and down at 120 Kingston Street and construction workers are working hard on 1 Greenway. A couple blocks away at downtown crossing, the Millenniums Tower is rising. That is the scene you will see when walking through Boston Chinatown, the third biggest one in the United States. From the day […]
Suggestions for Female Commercial Real Estate AgentsThe suggestion are – be professional and do not over think of being a female. “What?” You may say, “Everyone knows it and this is not what I want to hear from you.” It’s true that sometimes women look good and may stand out in the many brokers to the client. It’s also true that […]
“What Does CPI Have To Do With My Rent?”That’s a fair question that tenants ask about all the time as the Consumer Price Index (CPI) measures the price change of consumer goods and service, in which real estate is not included. The answer is yes. It does affect your rent that is one of the income sources of your landlord. And it doesn’t […]
Helpful Programs for Boston Small Business OwnersAre you in a dilemma feeling like the ugly storefront is hurting your business but the cost of improvement it will also hurt you? The Office of Business Development (OBD) can help. It provides a storefront improvement program called ReStore Boston, which offers neighborhood small business and property owners with funding and free professional architecture […]
Top Venture Capital Investment States – 2014 Q1 and Q2According to the National Venture Capital Association, the New England region recorded 225 deals, totaling $2,243,072,600 venture investments during the first and second quarters 2014, which indicated a 44% and a 27% investment amount increase compared to the same period in 2013 and 2012. As venture capital typically focus on young, high-growth companies with a […]