Developers seeking predictable approvals and diminished threat of drawn-out legal challenges are eager to tap into Cambridge’s new zoning designed to encourage 100 percent affordable projects.
When Michael Welch became CEO of UniBank, he had no banking experience. Two years later, the lender has now crossed the $2 billion threshold in assets and is eyeing continued growth.
Despite its bumper crop of new luxury condominium towers, Boston won’t be joining the gilded world of $100 million penthouses anytime soon. The mixed results of sales of several luxurious penthouses points to a price ceiling of sorts.
Open banking took a major step closer to becoming the standard for many community banks last month. Backers say it offers community banks a cheaper and more secure way to integrate fintech tools into their service packages.
A number of agents in recent months have become adamant that we should all stop our buyers from writing “love letters” to sellers because these letters often violate fair housing laws. I strongly disagree.
Some of Massachusetts’ wealthiest residents are protesting a proposal to add a surtax on any income a resident earns over $1 million.
Seniors trying to figure out how to cash in on their home equity without having to leave their houses now have another choice. So do low-income borrowers who’ve yet to refinance their government-owned loans.
Nauset Construction has begun foundation work following demolition work at a former gas station property for redevelopment into 50 age-restricted apartments and 6,500 square feet of retail space.
The pandemic has laid bare the extent of the digital divide that exists – reliable broadband access is essential to modern work and life. And finally, legislation proposed by both parties recognizes it.
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