Real estate in the time of the coronavirus
What are the implications of the Covid-19 pandemic for owners of real estate, buyers, sellers and tenants? Our panel of experts will discuss what the impacts of the crisis have been so far – and what they could mean for the future.
Join NH Business Review and a panel of experts for a webinar as they discuss what investors need to understand in dealing with the instability and risks presented at a time of historic volatility across all major markets.
Original air date: Thursday, April 30, 2020 at 11 a.m. EST
Christian is a senior broker at The Boulos Company. For the past 10 years, he has focused his brokerage efforts in southern New Hampshire, southern Maine and northern Massachusetts representing local, regional and national buyers, tenants, and investors. In addition, he has an extensive financial and management background which he obtained from his tenure with PENSCO Trust. He currently serves as president of the NH Commercial Investment Board of Realtors.
Bill is the founder of Norton Asset Management Inc., Manchester, is a Counselor of Real Estate (CRE) and Facilities Management Administrator (FMA) who specializes in the management of the construction process from design through occupancy and has extensive experience in energy and facility management as well as real estate brokerage. He also is a longtime regular columnist for NH Business Review.
Bruce H. Bagdasarian
Bruce is an attorney at Sheehan Phinney and chairs the firm’s Real Estate and Finance Practice Group. He has a diverse commercial real estate lending and transactional practice with extensive experience representing lending institutions in connection with construction, permanent, bridge and mezzanine loans. He also represents buyers and sellers of commercial real estate, landlords and tenants in commercial leasing matters, borrowers in commercial real estate financings, lenders and borrowers in business financings and lenders and borrowers in commercial loan workouts.