MassHousing has awarded $210,000 to help create or renovate 87 affordable housing units for men and women in recovery in Boston and Brockton.
Gov. Charlie Baker is urging the state’s congressional delegation to fight a Republican-backed health care bill that he said could undermine Massachusetts’ efforts to maintain its highest-in-the-nation rate of insured residents.
Gov. Charlie Baker has repeatedly emphasized the need to focus on the MBTA’s nuts and bolts infrastructure problems, improving signal systems, track and third rail.
Wells Fargo & Co. saw a drop in consumers opening checking and credit card accounts in February, the bank said on Monday, marking the sixth straight month of decline since a sales scandal rocked the bank last year.
Pharmaceutical safety firm SPMD – Safety Strategies for Health Inc. has leased 6,048 square feet at Cummings Properties’ 50 Dunham Ridge in Beverly.
The U.S. Department of Justice filed an amicus brief in federal court on Friday, March 17, challenging the constitutionality of the structure of the Consumer Finance Protection Bureau.
Rockland Trust’s investment management division recently passed $3 billion in assets under management, owing largely to efforts to build its client base combined with Rockland’s acquisition activity, the bank said.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau ordered Nationstar Mortgage LLC to pay a $1.75 million civil penalty last week for violating the Home Mortgage Disclosure Act by consistently failing to report accurate data about mortgage transactions for 2012 through 2014.
JLL Managing Director Joseph Flaherty was named winner of the Broker of the Year Leadership award at the Commercial Brokers Association’s 2016 awards dinner, held Thursday at the Intercontinental Boston.
Florence Bank, NAI Hunneman and Sagan Realtors are among the associations announcing changes to personnel in this week’s roundup.
A 68-room limited-service hotel would be built on a tiny parking lot in Boston’s Bulfinch Triangle under plans approved Thursday by the Boston Planning and Development Agency.
Rockland Trust announced this week that it had named Gerard Nadeau, its commercial banking head, president of the bank.
Gov. Charlie Baker said he finds cause for concern with many of the proposed cuts in President Donald Trump’s budget blueprint released Thursday, including an “alarming” reduction in federal research spending that he cast as a more immediate concern for Massachusetts than the repeal of the Affordable Care Act.
Bank of America Corp. Chairman and CEO Brian Moynihan will once again face a shareholder vote on whether he should maintain both roles, according to the bank’s proxy filing on Wednesday.
Six financial institutions are featured in this week’s roundup of organizations giving back to their communities.
A former state lawmaker who was expelled from the Massachusetts House of Representatives after being convicted of assaulting a woman is seeking a political comeback.
The Fed’s decision yesterday to inch the federal funds rate upward signaled its cautious confidence in the U.S. economy, but it ruffled few feathers in the Massachusetts real estate market.
A developer that specializes in adaptive reuse projects has acquired the Eastern Bakers Restaurant Supply property on the outskirts of Boston’s North End for $10.5 million.
Three commercial properties in Boston’s Downtown Crossing have obtained $13 million in permanent mortgage refinancing.
HTI Medical has purchased a North Attleboro flex property for $3.6 million.
- CFPB Imposes Largest HMDA Fine To Date Against Nationstar Mortgage
- Quincy Developer Buys Bank Branches In Somerville, East Boston
- Flaherty Takes Top Honor At CBA Awards Ceremony
- Tyngsboro Retail Center Sold For $6.2M
- Goodwin Office Tower Sold For $447M