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Apr. 23 Issue

Inside B&T

Workforce Housing: A Leap Of Faith

Last year was the busiest for multifamily construction in Massachusetts since 2006, with...

When Landlords Just Say No

A new case before the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court could bring landlords some...

Mass. Banks Sue Target

A group of Massachusetts community banks have filed a class-action lawsuit against Target Corp.,...

Living In The Ether

REALTORs are people persons, which can mean they have a tough time when it comes to tech. John...

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Weighted Assets

Choose Your Own Adventure: Bank or Dentist?

One of the perks, I suppose, of being a reporter is that you get lots of interesting emails to sift through during a typical day. The most recent of which recounted the results of a Viacom study which found, among other things, that Millennials would rather go to the dentist than the bank.

Housing Scene

Robosigning Woes Alive and Well In the Bay State?

A new case from the Appeals Court suggests some old ghosts have not yet been exorcised....

Total Absorption

Execs: Boston office market has room to run

Tech companies' preference for cities with educated workforces will continue to strengthen the Boston office market, real estate executives say.


Updated Thursday, Apr. 24 @ 12:05pm

Current News

 
 
March Bay State Home Sales Post Decrease

Sales of single-family homes and condominiums in Massachusetts dipped in March, marking the fourth time sales have decreased in five months, according a new report by The Warren Group, publisher of Banker & Tradesman.

94-Unit Apartment Complex Planned In Melrose

Developer Wood Partners LLC will break ground in June on a 94-unit apartment complex at 2 Washington St. in Melrose.

Fashion Retailer On Board At Downtown Crossing

Fashion retailer Primark has signed a long-term lease for 112,000 square feet at the Burnham Building in the Millennium Tower complex at Boston's Downtown Crossing.

NAR: U.S. Home Sales Flatline In March

Existing-home sales were essentially flat in March across the country, while the growth in home prices moderated, according to the National Association of REALTORs. Sales gains in the Northeast and Midwest were offset by declines in the West and South.

Mass. Unemployment Rate Drops To 6.3 Percent

The Massachusetts unemployment rate declined 0.6 percent in March from the previous year, dropping further below a stationary national jobless rate, according to statistics from the Office of Labor and Workforce Development.

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Community Bank Heroes

On Thursday, May 29th, Banker & Tradesman will honor the third annual Community Bank Heroes with an awards reception.

Bay State Foreclosure Activity Decreases

Timothy M. Warren Jr., CEO of The Warren Group, discusses the decrease in foreclosure activity in February.

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Mass. Or The Feds?
Should landlords be allowed to evict medical marijuana users?

66.7%They shouldn't be able to evict medical users.
22.2%They shouldn't be allowed to evict anyone for smoking pot!
11.1%Yes, but only in federal housing; it's still illegal under federal law.
0.0%Yes, in all instances.

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