Key Trends to Watch in Commercial Real Estate for 2022

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What’s in store for commercial real estate following the pandemic-affected years of 2020 and 2021? How has the demand for office and retail space been impacted and what’s the outlook going forward? Our panel will unpack key trends and provide an outlook for the rest of the year.

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This webinar was held on Thursday, March 17, 2022

Panelists

Davidweed 002David Weed
Assistant Vice President of Business Services
Service Credit Union

A native of New Hampshire, David has 32 years of commercial lending experience, and has been with Service Credit Union since 2010.  He helped build the credit union’s business services department from the ground up, with a consistent focus on providing business members with best-in-class service. David holds a Bachelor of Arts in Business from St. Anselm College and a graduate degree in Finance from the ABA Stonier School at Georgetown University. He is heavily involved in initiatives that advance the credit union’s mission of supporting the communities it serves, including serving as a mentor for the Veteran Entrepreneurial Training and Resource Network (VTRN)’s free “Streetwise MBA” program for veteran business owners.

Danscanlon150x150Daniel Scanlon
Senior Associate
Colliers

As a tenant/buyer representative Dan generally works with businesses of 15+ employees, helping to educate them about the process and making sure they get the best deals in the market. He also works with investors along the Interstate 93/Route 101 corridors in southern New Hampshire, focusing on cash-flow properties like retail strip centers, self-storage facilities, apartments, car washes, etc., helping these clients to maximize value and returns. In addition, he has expertise in commercial and industrial real estate in the Manchester-Boston Regional Airport area.

Earle

Earle F. Rosse
Senior Manager of Commercial Lending
Service Credit Union

Earle has been with Service Credit Union since 2019 and leads the lending staff’s activity in originating new loan opportunities and managing the commercial loan portfolio.  Additionally, he assists the Manager of the Business Services Group with development of the vision and implementation of the strategy necessary for achieving the division’s goals.

Earle’s 43 years of commercial banking experience has been spent working at a variety of New England based financial institutions of various sizes from regional commercial banks to small community based organizations.  His experience spans a broad range of lending disciplines from large investment real estate financings to traditional C&I lending in both small business and middle market segments.

Earle is a graduate of the University of Rhode Island where he received both Bachelor’s and Master of Business Administration degrees.

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