Author: Chris Paszyc, CCIM, SIOR

Maine Capital Markets Update – 2023

February 28, 2023

The 2023 Maine Capital Markets Outlook     By Chris Paszyc, CCIM, SIOR | Partner, Broker         2022 was the tale of two halves. I harken back to the 2017 Superbowl where the Patriots were down 28–3 in the first half. Unfortunately, in this analogy, we CRE professionals are Atlanta, and we all know how that story … Continue reading Maine Capital Markets Update – 2023

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Maine Capital Markets 2022 Mid-Year Update

August 31, 2022

Capital Markets 2022 Mid-Year Update By Chris Paszyc, CCIM, SIOR – Partner, Broker Here at The Boulos Company, and in Maine in general for the first half of 2022, investment sale volume has TRIPLED when compared to the first half of 2021!  While we like to think we’re unique here in Maine, these phenomenal results mirror a national trend.  However, … Continue reading Maine Capital Markets 2022 Mid-Year Update

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Capital Markets Overview

January 27, 2022

Maine’s 2022 Capital Markets Outlook: GENERAL TRENDS  In last year’s Market Outlook, we stated that given the savory ingredients of abundant liquidity, low cost of capital, wider yield spreads, and rebounding asset value appreciation, we expected investor appetites to acquire more commercial real estate (CRE) in 2021 to return to the insatiable pre-COVID levels, albeit with some sectors faring better … Continue reading Capital Markets Overview

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Capital Markets Overview: 2021

May 7, 2021

Insights Capital Markets Overview: 2021 Chris Paszyc, Broker & Partner Originally featured in our 2021 Greater Portland Market Outlook. In last year’s Market Outlook, I said that there was a growing consensus that the commercial real estate market had peaked in the cycle and was experiencing a deceleration. However, indicators pointed to a soft landing and it looked like we … Continue reading Capital Markets Overview: 2021

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Episode 10 – Kevin Mattson

May 6, 2020

In this episode, guest host Chris Paszyc talks with Kevin Mattson, president of Dirigo Capital Advisors, LLC, a real estate…

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2020 Capital Markets Outlook

February 26, 2020

As we drop into the unknown of 2020, will the capital markets continue an impressive ten-year run, or will that unending flow of investor capital into commercial real estate (CRE) suddenly be turned off at the spigot? It is widely accepted that economic expansions end because of investor tolerance for risk, both real and perceived. Indicators of risk include growth … Continue reading 2020 Capital Markets Outlook

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Capital Markets Outlook

February 14, 2019

National Trends Despite a rising interest rate environment, investment in national commercial real estate year-to-date was $394.2 billion, up 10.6% from a year ago. For context, 2015 had the largest volume of transaction activity—$569 billion—since the 2009 bottom ($69 billion). 2017 was slower ($487 billion) than 2016 ($511 billion) due to fewer properties available for sale. In this current cycle, … Continue reading Capital Markets Outlook

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