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.
|ABG Commercial Boston Market Report
The 2014 Boston Market Q1 Report showed unchanged office and retail vacancy rates from the last quarter 2013, while industrial vacancy rate went down slightly. The office and retail vacancy rates in Boston were reported much lower than the national average.Read More...
|ABG Commercial National Market Report
The 2014 National Market Q1 Report came out with the office vacancy rate of 11.5%, the retail vacancy rate of 6.5%, and the industrial vacancy rate of 7.8%. Both office and retail market vacancy rates decreased 0.1% compared to the fourth quarter 2013, while the industrial vacancy rate was down by 0.2%.
ABG Expresses Our Condolences on the Passing of John R. BurnsABG Realty would like to express our sincere condolences to the family and friends of John R. Burns (1935-2015) of Arlington, MA. Affectionately known as “Jack” by many friends and colleagues, ABG Realty had the honor in 2011 of announcing Jack’s membership to our commercial brokerage team. Jack was responsible for multiple commendable real […]
Repurposing Industrial Property Roofs with Solar PanelsPhoto by: The Boston Globe With vacancy rates as high as 8.0% for industrial properties in the Boston commercial real estate market, many have been searching for a way to keep their businesses out of the red. One of the new innovations as of late is the re-purposing of industrial building’s roofs for solar panel […]
Boston Industrial Market Q1 2015In the first quarter of 2015, the Boston industrial market showed minimal change from Q4 of 2014. The vacancy rate stayed the same in both quarters, at 8.0%; however, that number was down from Q3 of 2014, where the vacancy rate was at 8.3%. The overall vacancy rate for flex and warehouse projects went down, […]
Boston Office Market Q1 2015The Boston office market finished the first quarter of 2015 in an overall positive standing. It concluded the quarter with vacancy rates averaging at 9.1%, not a significant change from the previous quarter of 9.2%, however, vacancy rates have been consistently decreasing among all types of office spaces, i.e. Class A, Class b, and Class […]
Boston Retail Market in Q1 2015The commercial real estate retail market has experienced minimal change in the first quarter of 2015. The retail market saw the vacancy rate held at 3.9%; vacancy rates are determined by a “percentage of the total amount of physically vacant space divided by the total amount of existing inventory.” The Boston retail market includes the […]
Solar Energy & What It Can Mean For Your Propertyphoto by:http://blog.ucsusa.org/solar-power-blooms-across-the-country-121 As the world is pushing for more ecologically-friendly energy sources, the people of Boston are responding by increasing clean, renewable, and sustainable energy sources, such as solar energy panels. Solar energy panels work because of the photo-voltaic process, which is a chemical phenomenon that occurs when an electrical charge, or voltage, is generated […]