The retail sales growth trend continues through August for retailers as retail and food service sales rose 6.6% from August of last year.
Lindsey Goodrich, Advisor of Verani Realty’s Commercial Division, recently visited New Horizons. Lindsey dedicates a portion of her time once per month volunteering at the New Horizons facility located in Manchester, New Hampshire. During her time at New Horizons, Lindsey prepares vegetables, silverware, etc. for dinner the night of. Additionally, she organizes dry goods and produce which is donated to the members of the community and local grocery stores.
If you’re currently living in New Hampshire, or if you’ve lived here in the past, you understand what the state has to offer – which is a little bit of everything. If you’re currently living out of state, are looking to make a move, and are currently researching the best places to live or raise your family, consider New Hampshire’s state motto before finalizing your decision: “Live Free or Die.”
From apartments to offices and retail space to mixed-use properties, commercial real estate exists nearly everywhere and can offer an excellent investment opportunity. Investors in commercial real estate make money by managing the daily operations of the building, as well as leasing individual units and spaces to tenants and by the potential of appreciation over time in the property's value. Below we examine the first way commercial real estate investors generate income:
Verani Realty’s commercial division is excited to introduce the dedicated retail team of the brokerage network including David A. De Lise, commercial division Director, Chelsea Jones, office manager/marketing coordinator of the commercial division, Jay Lee, Senior Advisor, Jeff Lessard, Advisor and Lindsey Goodrich, Advisor.
A growing trend in the real estate industry for those approaching retirement age is the option to purchase property in a gated community in New Hampshire. Gated communities are fairly widespread in states like Florida and California, but here in NH they’re catching on and becoming more popular as more baby boomers create demand for them.