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  1. BofA Posts Loss On Mortgage Settlement
  2. First North Station Tower Set To Break Ground
  3. Equity Residential Proposes 35-Story Tower In Mission Hill
  4. Construction Begins At Millbrook Lofts In Somerville
  5. Climate Ripens For Spec Development
  6. First Niagara Arranges $34M Financing For Quincy Apartment Complex
  7. Boston Wants To Grow, But Tough Obstacles Stand In Its Way
  8. Condos Will Replace Parking Lot On Greenway
  9. A Call For Housing From Boston’s New Mayor
  10. Office Building Without Private Offices Opens Thursday In Cambridge
  11. Community Good Works
  12. Radius Financial Group Announces Insurance Division
  13. Presidents Place In Quincy Adds Restaurant, Two Office Tenants
  14. Pages From Banker & Tradesman Uncovered In Old State House Time Capsule
  15. Operating Trade Centers From Boston To Algiers
  16. SBA Launches Electronic Claim-Filing For Surety Bond Companies
  17. $30M Boutique Hotel Near North Station Gets Go-Ahead
  18. TD Bank Survey: Most Bostonians Are Happy With Their Bank
  19. Independent Bank Corp. Books Profits, Looks Toward Growth
  20. Silicon Labs Leases 25K SF In Boston
  21. By The Numbers: Top 10 Existing Home Sales
  22. ITT Technical Institute Renews Lease In Wilmington
  23. MBA: Investors Continue To Take On Commercial/Multifamily Mortgage Debt
  24. Mass. Unemployment Rate Passes National Rate, Despite Job Gains In Sept.
  25. CoreLogic: Cash Sales Continue To Drop
  26. Cambridge’s Boom A Desert For Middle Class
  27. Fed Beige Book: Optimism Climbs As Temperature Drops
  28. U.S. Housing Recovery Rolls On As Groundbreaking Rises
  29. Everett Man Pleads Guilty To Bank Fraud Conspiracy
  30. Experience Counts
  31. Mason Named Environmental Practice Group Partner At Bernkopf Goodman
  32. Boston Properties Breaks Ground On 888 Boylston St.
  33. A Flip Waiver Nears Its End
  34. Braintree Office Park Sells For $4.6M
  35. Banker & Tradesman's Best Of 2014
  36. W.P. Carey Buys Schneider Electric HQ For $56M
  37. Boston Proposes Climate Protection For The Next Generation
  38. Calare Acquires Bedford Building For $2.3M
  39. Statewide Dollar Volume Of Mortgages, Single-Family Homes
  40. Instant Issue Picks Up Steam
  41. Gossip Report: Oct. 20, 2014
  42. MBA: Multifamily Lending Hit A New Record In 2013
  43. By The Numbers: Top 3 Mortgage Lenders
  44. By The Numbers: Top 3 Mortgage Lenders
  45. Ready For A Return Of Subprime?
  46. Joint Venture Buys Brickstone Square In Andover For $59.5M
  47. New Face, Bright Future
  48. South Station Expansion Plans Face Obstacles
  49. Boylston Properties Gets $56.6M Loan For Boston Hotel
  50. Banker & Tradesman Editorial Cartoon
  51. U.S. Existing Home Sales Hit One-Year High In September
  52. The 2014 PRISM Awards
  53. Boston Private Gets Boost From Loans, Fee Income
  54. EagleBridge Capital Arranges $3.5M Financing For Boston Condo Construction
  55. Rosengren: Market Action Reinforces Need For Policy Patience
  56. Quincy’s FoxRock Properties Buys Norwell Office Building
  57. Banker & Tradesman Editorial Cartoon
  58. SJC Supports Right To Campaign At Supermarkets
  59. Freddie Mac: Weekly Mortgage Rates
  60. FHFA Proposal Would Limit FHLB Membership
  61. Everything Old Is New Again
  62. Community Good Works
  63. Caught Up In Refi Quicksand
  64. MAR: Mass. Pending Home Sales Climb, But Agent Confidence Continues Decline
  65. Former Candy Factory’s Second Life: Luxury Apartments
  66. JPMorgan Posts Profit As Trading Picks Up And Legal Costs Ease
  67. Once Upon A Time, The Olympics Came To Boston
  68. Proposed Developments Offer Opportunities To Reshape Waterfront
  69. Too Little Of A Good Thing
  70. Strengthening The Housing Tax Credit
  71. NorthMarq Capital Negotiates $5M Refinance Of Brookline Apartment Buildings
  72. Hanover Industrial Property Sells For $4.5M
  73. Eastern Bank Honors Lawrence Public Schools Superintendent
  74. Nano Terra Moving To Alewife From Brighton
  75. Gossip Report: Oct. 13, 2014
  76. SouthField Tries To Play Catch-Up
  77. Buzzword In CRE: Flexibility
  78. MBTA Restoring Weekend Commuter Rail Service
  79. Statewide Monthly Number Of Sales, Single-Family Homes
  80. Drop In U.S. Jobless Claims Points To Labor Market Strength
  81. FT: Fidelity Attacked By JPMorgan Hackers, No Data Stolen
  82. Fidelity Investments Names Abigail Johnson As CEO
  83. Cabot Corp. Renews Lease At Seaport East
  84. Beacon Communities Buys Amherst Apartment Complex For $30.25M
  85. Cape’s Largest Affordable Housing Community Receives $12M From MassHousing
  86. Tewksbury Office Park Sells For $13M
  87. MBA: U.S. Mortgage Applications Rise In Latest Week
  88. Canton Fence Manufacturer Expands With MassDevelopment Bonds
  89. Freddie Mac: Weekly Mortgage Rates
  90. Acella Construction Competes Braintree Prep School Renovations
  91. Importer Leases 110K SF In Franklin
  92. By The Numbers: Top 10 Existing Home Sales
  93. MBA: New Home Purchase Applications Flat In September
  94. Beaudry Joins Cresa Boston
  95. Affordable Housing, Community Development Leaders In Boston Receive National ‘Vision Awards’