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Is there a hint of anxiety in the air?

Economy still chugs along, but a correction is inevitable

A multi-pronged approach toward solving affordability

Municipalities should focus on allowing housing to accommodate young workers and empty-nesters

Labor supply and available jobs: the big disconnect

So many openings in the trades and elsewhere show a mismatch between available jobs and employees

Where is the housing market headed?

Rising interest rates, prices make homeownership a different kind of calculation

Is Claremont the future?

Yes, the city has problems, but it also has lots and lots of potential

Disruption in real estate and elsewhere

Technology, longer life expectancy will bring big changes

Are we playing with economic fire?

The newly enacted tax cut may bring benefits, but there are risks

Top 10 issues facing real estate

From political polarization to the changing health care industry, there’s a lot to think about

Signs of stress in commercial real estate

Even with capacity stretched, rents show few signs of moving

Signs of stress in commercial real estate

Even with capacity stretched, rents show few signs of moving

Will the landing be soft?

When it comes to the economy, we could be winning the battle, but the war is another matter

Realignments and the medical market

Consolidations, ACA driving changes in NH’s healthcare industry

Automation and the construction labor shortage

Technology can’t solve some aspects, but some machine ‘laborers’ are already here

Will the market uptick last?

Thoughts from the CRE spring meeting in L.A.

How’s commercial real estate?

Stronger market keeps NH brokers, appraisers, builders and lenders busy

The global economy and NH’s commercial real estate picture

There are several potential game-changers to keep an eye on

Manchester’s air of activity

A weekend that reveals the Queen City’s exciting momentum

The state of New Hampshire’s commercial market

The market is strong, but for how long?

Is a ‘buy low’ period on the horizon?

An economic correction may be around the longer-term corner

Transformations, transitions in real estate

Halfway through the second decade of the new millennium, we are experiencing continuous change

The economic challenges we face

What does the election mean for real estate?

It can give us a chance to look at our communities and determine how we can improve them

Bad but not worse

Takeaways from the Counselors of Real Estate meeting

The shortcomings of 2016

Unfortunately, there has been no focus on real economic issues, policies and outcomes in the circus of a presidential campaign

Norton on real estate: the shortcomings of 2016

There has been no focus on real economic issues, policies and outcomes in the circus of a presidential campaign
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