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.
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.
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.
Several new developments providing supportive housing to homeless veterans in Massachusetts have recently opened their doors.
When reporter Steve Adams set out to write about the lack of diversity in commercial real estate, he expected to research and write an article for this issue of Banker & Tradesman and move on to the next hot topic by next week.
The next generations are taking advantage of any opportunity they can get their hands on.
If your real estate agent requires you to get a mortgage pre-approval from one specific lender as a condition of submitting an offer to buy a house – even if another lender already pre-approved you – would you think something is fishy?
So has President Donald Trump slowed CFPB enforcement activity? Not yet. In February we’ve already seen actions against a Virginia pawn shop, a New Jersey company scamming 9/11 and NFL concussion victims, and a $13 million action against Mastercard and UniRush.
The spring market is about to arrive, if not the spring weather, and it remains a good news/bad news situation.
The evolution of Boston and the harbor area is a remarkable story and today still provides a living example of the transformational power of smart land use planning. Between the 1630s and 1890, Downtown Boston tripled in area by filling in marshland, coastline and other areas
How tough is it to get approved for a mortgage? How low can your FICO credit score go before your lender shows you the door? And how much monthly debt can you be shouldering – credit cards, student loans, auto payments – but still walk away with the mortgage you’re seeking?
It was the urban activist Jane Jacobs, author of The Death and Life of Great American Cities, whose loud criticism of master urban planner Robert Moses ushered in the end of development based on the notion that cars come first.
In the highly regulated financial products and services industry, many financial institutions find call recording of employees and consumers helpful.
What makes a reader click on ad – or better yet, pick up the phone and call you? Clickbait headlines generate high click rates because they connect emotionally – and now, so can you.
Some cities may have hit the Millennial maximum.
Look out, multifamily developers and city planners – it looks like the kids might not be all right after all.
The small-scale owners of millions of rental homes, parcels of investment land and income-producing commercial and business real estate might not know it, but one of their key financial planning and tax tools is in danger of disappearing on Capitol Hill.
While the relative merits of Boston Mayor Marty Walsh’s recent round of anti-displacement proposals are worthy of debate, what should not be up for debate is the need for these proposals (though of course that debate has already begun). Elected officials, housing advocates and developers alike are well aware of rising housing costs and what that will mean for the makeup of the city.
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- Boston Landing Announces First Three Retail Tenants
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