Five Questions With: Neil Amper

"YOU START with the phone calls, and the phones have been much busier in the past two months," said Rodman Real Estate Vice President Neil Amper. /
When the financial services industry bottomed out in September 2008, the commercial real estate market felt the effects. Reluctant lenders, combined with a contracting economy, led to a rise in vacancies and a weak market overall. Providence-based Rodman Real Estate’s 2009 Midyear Report said that in Rhode Island, the decline that began in the fourth…

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