Commercial Property

Protect your property

Your commercial property is the literal foundation of your business. Protecting your buildings, equipment, and personal property from a number of different exposures can be key to your ongoing success. Because no two businesses are alike, Salem Five offers a flexible tailored Commercial Property insurance solution built around your industry, environment, and operation.



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Ed Lomasney Joins Salem Five in Commercial Banking

Ed will be responsible for developing and managing a commercial portfolio of small to mid-size businesses in our marketplace ...

Construction

The Davis Companies: Hitting a New Housing Sweet Spot

Since 1976, The Davis Companies (TDC), based in Boston, has been a leader in successfully repositioning, developing, and managing commercial office properties. The firm invests in a range of real estate types, with properties located primarily in the Northeast. TDC currently has investments in approximately 120 properties, representing nearly $3 billion of gross asset value and new construction of 2.5 million square feet.

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Keys to Commercial Lease Negotiation

If you're considering leasing commercial space, you have some decided advantages when it comes to negotiation. For example, unlike a residential lease, there are no standard forms for a commercial lease. They are typically unique, with some standard boilerplate language tossed in. As such, they're highly customizable and should address the specific needs of the tenant and the landlord.

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Why Management Matters in Lending

Lenders need to be comfortable with those who lead your team. If you’ve tried to secure financing, you’ve likely heard of the five Cs: Capacity, or the ability to repay the loan; Collateral, which refers to forms of security you can provide to your bank or other lender; Capital, or your investment in the business; economic and market Conditions; and last, but not least, Character, which is where who you and your team—your experience, references, and background—come into the picture.