March 6, 2015 | Updated 11:52am

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Mar. 04 Issue

Inside B&T

FDIC Paper: Technology Isn’t Killing The Branch

Long live the branch! The branch is here to stay. At least, that might be your conclusion if you...

Big Potential For Boston Solar Farms

Most of the region’s solar arrays are buried beneath mountains of snow this winter,...

3D Tours Offer Improved Sense Of Flow

Buyers have spent more than a decade doing more and more of their home searching online – but...

Putting Our Faith In Pollack

Here’s hoping state transportation czarina Stephanie Pollack, who once stared down a Chicago...

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Total Absorption

Using Home Prices To Predict The Pats' Chances

While most Las Vegas oddmakers have the Seattle Seahawks as slight favorites to win Super Bowl XLIX Feb. 1 in Phoenix, along comes mortgage site with some data indicating that Bill Belichick’s charges have the upper hand.

Weighted Assets

Online College Is Taking Women’s Education To The Next Level

ICYMI, this week's issue of B&T features a special section on continuing education programs for bankers. And in the process of researching that article, I got to learn about a really awesome college not included in the paper, The American Women's College.

Housing Scene

Get out of court free card

Have lenders discovered new way around judicial foreclosure?

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Current News

Bay State Foreclosure Deeds Decrease By Double Digits In January

Foreclosure deeds in Massachusetts fell statewide by 27.4 percent in January, according to The Warren Group, publisher of Banker & Tradesman. Deeds, or completed foreclosures, mark the final step in the foreclosure process.

Integrated Builders Oversees Pittsfield Dealership Renovation

Rockland-based Integrated Builders has been selected to oversee the $4.5-million renovation of Haddad Toyota in Pittsfield.

Needham Retail Property Sold For $2.6M

Alphi LLC of Needham has acquired a retail strip center at 916-932 Great Plain Ave. for $2.6 million.

Teachers Union Moving HQ To Quincy

The Massachusetts Teachers Association (MTA) has leased 46,000 square feet at Heritage Landing in North Quincy for its new headquarters. It will relocate from Boston in November.

92 Senior Housing Units Added To Cleveland Circle Development

By Steve Adams

A 92-unit senior housing complex would replace apartments under Newton-based National Development's latest proposal for the former Cleveland Circle Cinema site.

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Great New England Credit Union Show

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Mass. Single-Family Home Sales Increase In Oct.

Tune in as Tim Warren, CEO of The Warren Group, discusses the October real estate activity in the Bay State.

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Long Live The Branch?
Is technology killing the need for brick-and-mortar bank branches?

  • Yes, who wants to go to a bank when doing things online is so much easier?
  • No, the customer service you receive at the branch is irreplaceable.
  • Locations inside supermarkets and other stores are a great way for branches to adapt to the future.

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