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  1. Former Boston Wharf Co. Building Sells For $52.7M
  2. Zillow: Buying Cheaper Than Renting In Greater Boston
  3. 250 Residential Units Approved At Boston Landing
  4. Beverly Bank Depositors Shoot Down Conversion Plans
  5. A Tale Of Two Islands
  6. GE Healthcare Announces Move To Marlborough
  7. Former Eastern Bank Executive Arrested For Insider Trading
  8. New Real Estate Cycle
  9. Biopharma Startup To Buy Lee Property With MassDevelopment Bond
  10. New Mortgage Rules Depressing Approval Rates
  11. Climbing Back From The Bottom
  12. McDonald’s In Fall River Sold For $2.1M
  13. Vermont Senior Communities Acquired By LCB Senior Living
  14. Sun Life Financial Unveils Insurance Products To Help Cover ER Visits
  15. New Bedford Named One Of Worst Cities In U.S. For First-Time Homebuyers
  16. Covaris Expands In Woburn
  17. Eat Barbecue And Help Plan Union Square’s Future
  18. Harbor Towers Residences Engage Architect For Input On Chiofaro Project
  19. Lapels Dry Cleaning Expanding Into Seaport District
  20. A Change Of Pace
  21. NAR Wants Feds To Block Zillow, Trulia Merger
  22. The Next Shot Fired
  23. NetBrain Leases 55K SF In Burlington
  24. Wake-Up Call On Title Insurance?
  25. Patrick Approves New Management For Southfield
  26. Exec: Assembly Row Off To Strong Start
  27. U.S. Building Permits, Housing Starts Spike In July
  28. Gossip Report: Aug. 25, 2014
  29. Acella Oversees Nursing Home Addition
  30. Community Good Works
  31. CBRE: High Tech Drives Boston Office Rent Growth
  32. NAR: Existing Home Sales Dip 4.3 Percent In July
  33. Statewide Number Of Mortgages, Single-Family Homes
  34. Freddie Mac: Weekly Mortgage Rates
  35. Bill To Clear Ibañez-Clouded Titles Doomed
  36. By The Numbers: Top 10 Existing Home Sales
  37. By The Numbers: Top 3 Mortgage Lenders
  38. After A Scandal, New Bill Aims To Address Woes Of Past Mismanagement
  39. Sound Public Policies Contribute To Boston’s Economic Success
  40. Manufacturing Company Relocates Division To Conn. From East Longmeadow
  41. Blue Stream Laboratories Moving To Woburn
  42. BofA Settles Mortgage Probes For $16.65B
  43. Berkshire Bank Recruits Small Biz Bankers In Upstate New York
  44. Homebuilders Rally After Strong NAHB Sentiment Data
  45. IEP Technologies Leases 32.4K SF In Marlborough
  46. Holbrook Man Faces Charges For Bank Robberies
  47. Citizens Expanding Commercial Banking Nationwide
  48. Community Good Works
  49. HFF Arranges $10.4M Financing For Marlborough, Southborough Deals
  50. Here Comes The Backlash
  51. Margulies Perruzzi Architects Wins National Marketing Communications Awards
  52. Rosengren Calls For Greater Oversight Of Broker-Dealers
  53. CoreLogic: Distressed Sales Accounted For Just 11 Percent of Total Home Sales In June
  54. Banker & Tradesman Editorial Cartoon
  55. Saugus Apartment Complex Sold For $94M
  56. Vantage Builders Begins Cambridge Office Renovation
  57. Metro CU Opens Branch In Newton
  58. Yellen Says U.S. Job Market Still Hampered, Calls For 'Pragmatic' Policy
  59. GE Healthcare Establishing Mass. Headquarters
  60. Watertown Considers New Standards For Development
  61. Freddie Mac: Weekly Mortgage Rates
  62. Mass. Unemployment Rate Creeps Up To 5.6 Percent Despite Job Gains
  63. Oracle Property In Bedford Sold For $50M
  64. Patrick’s Needham Bill Veto Knocked By Area Lawmakers
  65. Demolition Begins At Site Of Roslindale Redevelopment Project
  66. Beacon Hill Building Sells For $11.5M
  67. North Middlesex Savings Bank Adds Greene
  68. Authorities Seek Suspect In Two Greater Boston Bank Robberies
  69. Jackson Square Comes To Life
  70. EMC Renews Lease In Franklin
  71. Gossip Report: Aug. 18, 2014
  72. UniBank Promotes Lohnes
  73. Bedford Police Nab Robbery Suspect Thanks To Social Media
  74. By The Numbers: Top 3 Mortgage Lenders
  75. SBA, Millennial Trains Project Reach Out To Young Entrepreneurs
  76. MBA: New Home Purchase Applications Increase 12.2 Percent In July
  77. Last-Call Legislature Approves More Liquor Licenses
  78. Construction Company Owner Sentenced For Fraud Conspiracy
  79. AbbVie-Shire Deal Likely To Strengthen Mass. Biotech Scene
  80. U.S. Jobless Claims Up, But Trend Favors Strong Labor Market
  81. Suffolk Sponsors Subcontractor Development Program
  82. CBRE/New England Hires Christensen
  83. Casey Named VP, Small Business Banking At First Niagara Financial Group
  84. Investing In New Markets
  85. Three Sign Leases At New England Business Center
  86. Banker & Tradesman Editorial Cartoon
  87. Weak Retail Sales Point To Slowdown In U.S. Consumer Spending
  88. Can't Fall Out Of A Hole
  89. A Transistor Radio, A Scholarship, Then A Career
  90. RAGE Frameworks Relocating To Dedham
  91. NAR: Home-Price Gains Slow Across The Country In Q2
  92. By The Numbers: Top 10 Existing Home Sales
  93. Walsh Creates Separate ZBA For Small Projects
  94. Alvah Kittredge House Reopens After $3.8M Renovation
  95. Coldwell Banker And Redfin Sued Over Classification Of Workers
  96. Group Urges Patrick To Change Or Veto Foreclosure Bill
  97. CoreLogic: Condo Construction On The Uptick
  98. Patrick Vetoes Needham Bill, Says It Would Block Housing
  99. Statewide Monthly Number Of Sales, Single-Family Homes
  100. Construction Of Sikh Temple Begins In Westborough