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2023 Real Estate Market Outlook
- National and Global Markets
- Commercial and Residential Real Estate locally
- Impact of increased construction costs and supply chain delays
- Rapid rise of interest rates
- Remote work policies and space requirements
- Repurposing from commercial to residential
- Effects of technology
- And many more!
David is a director who practices in McLane Middleton’s Real Estate, Corporate and Construction Law Practice Groups. He has substantial experience in all aspects of real estate ownership, development and finance, with an emphasis on land acquisition and disposition, leasing, title, and zoning matters. He represents national and international corporations, non-profits, developers, financial institutions, property managers, and individuals. David’s practice includes serving as counsel to buyers, sellers, intermediaries, developers, condominium trustees, and lenders in real estate matters.
Dennis A. Clarke joined Cummings Properties in 1992 as general manager of Community Weeklies, Inc., a local newspaper chain that was closely affiliated with Cummings Properties at the time. He began working on the real estate side of the organization in 1996 as operations manager, was elected president and chief executive officer in November 2004, and was named chairman and CEO in 2018. Clarke grew up in Winchester and graduated from Winchester High School and Harvard College. He gained business experience as a licensed commercial insurance broker and a marketing coordinator before joining the Cummings organization, where he has since spent almost his entire career.
Steven began his commercial real estate brokerage career in 1979, concentrating in the sale and leasing of properties throughout eastern Massachusetts. A specialist in the brokerage of office space, Mr. Murphy has leased or sold more than 10 million square feet in the Greater Boston marketplace. In 1999, Lynch Murphy Walsh & Partners, of which Mr. Murphy was a founding partner and executive vice president, was acquired by Insignia/ESG with the goal of expanding its service base in Boston and New England. In 2003, Insignia was purchased by CBRE.
Matthew joined Eastern Bank in 1998 and has over 25 years of commercial banking experience. Matthew is Eastern Bank’s Senior Commercial Banking Officer and is responsible for leading the Commercial Real Estate and Community Development Lending teams in Boston, the New Hampshire lending division, and the commercial lending teams south of Boston, in the South Shore and Metro South markets. These lending teams include several areas of focus including investor commercial real estate, C&I, non-profit, affordable housing, and tax credit sponsored financing. Matthew is a member of both Eastern Bank’s Massachusetts and New Hampshire Loan Committees.