When Marlborough Savings Bank and North Middlesex Savings Bank merge this spring, they’ll emerge as one entity under an entirely new name: Main Street Bank.
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Talk at women’s networking events frequently turns to advances and setbacks by females in the commercial real estate industry and how to close significant but shrinking gaps in pay compared to their male colleagues.
If you find yourself heading for a layoff, voluntary or involuntary departure, you may discover lots of attorneys you already know are unable to help with the paperwork. Here’s why it can happen and what you can do.
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If you’re like millions of homeowners, you recently received a familiar, innocuous-looking document from your lender. It’s called Form 1098 and it totes up how much interest you paid on your mortgage last year. Your lender is required by law to fill it out and send it to the IRS.
Between the national marches and the local rallies, these are political times. Of lesser notice is the emergence of an important grassroots movement designed to challenge a major obstacle to building more housing.
Tim Sullivan grew up in Brookline and attended the same schools his children do today. He has spent most of his career working in public service on issues of housing. Now the executive director of MassHousing, he and his team spend their time on creative projects to increase housing opportunities in the state.
After years of barely hanging on, some of New England’s oldest and largest racetracks are hurtling towards a date with development destiny.
Boston’s historic waterfront – once a booming working center for our region’s shipping and maritime industry – is experiencing an inspiring rebirth.
In New England and beyond, many people talk about “The Cape” as if Massachusetts only had one.
According to industry insiders, the lack of minorities and women in CRE is down to neglect, passive recruitment and a long-term reliance on tightly knit social circles, all of which very effectively serve to bar entrance to outsiders.
The building has great views looking back at the city and out over the Seaport District, and it is a great opportunity for a company to have great branding and identity for a boutique headquarters. Tenants looking in that market, which tend to be exciting young technology companies, really love the layout.
This week’s roundup features seven financial institutions giving back to their communities.
Nonprofit MassRobotics has opened a 15,000-square-foot office and R&D space in Boston’s Seaport District to support industry startups developing everything from drones to autonomous vehicles.
As part of an ongoing effort to unwind the Affordable Care Act, three Republican lawmakers yesterday introduced a piece of legislation intended to expand eligibility for health savings accounts.
The Massachusetts Alliance Against Predatory Lending is sponsoring free clinics to inform homeowners foreclosed in 2014 or earlier that they face a new deadline to file paperwork to preserve the 20-year window in which homeowners may contest a foreclosure.
Outlets of Santander Bank, already under fire for lending practices, denied mortgages to women, minorities and low-income borrowers in the U.S. Northeast more frequently than nearby banks, according to an analysis by an industry reform group on Thursday.
JPMorgan Chase & Co. is gradually introducing a digital mortgage platform where customers can apply online and track mortgage applications by mobile phone.
The $285 million second phase of development at Somerville’s 3.4-million-square-foot Assembly Row development will include 20 restaurants and retailers opening by year’s end, developer Federal Realty Investment Trust said.
U.S. homebuilding fell in January as the construction of multifamily housing projects dropped, but upward revisions to the prior month’s data and a jump in permits to a one-year high suggested the housing recovery remained on track.