Single-family home and condominium sales increased last month as the spring Massachusetts real estate market started to heat up, according to a new report from The Warren Group, publisher of Banker & Tradesman.
The Massachusetts Association of Realtors has appointed a new leader after a five-and-a-half-month nationwide search.
Amid charges it is bowing unnecessarily to unreasonable State Police demands, the governing boards for the MBTA and the Massachusetts Department of Transportation on Monday backed a plan to let airport-bound Silver Line buses use a dedicated on-ramp into the Ted Williams Tunnel during rush hour.
A former bank employee was sentenced yesterday in federal court in Worcester in connection with embezzling money from client accounts held by the bank by which she was employed.
MassMutual’s investment arm, Barings, is closing its office in Springfield’s Tower Square, and will be replaced by an insurance company.
Boston Private continues to bring in new faces. The company announced yesterday that it has hired Emmett Maguire III as managing director of search and selection, a role that will be a key part of the firm’s strategic expansion
A new report from commercial real estate site Commercial Cafe has found the 10 best Boston-area suburbs for prospective homebuyers looking for the shortest commutes into Boston.
Rockland Trust is adding four new members to its Worcester team.
Renters in Boston and Cambridge were paying twice the national average in April at over $3,000 per month.
Boston-based real estate law firm Ligris + Associates is losing its founder, Kosta Ligris, to a pair of proptech startups he started.
Members of the banking, construction and real estate industries were on the move in recent weeks. See who’s been hired and promoted in this week’s Personnel File.
Through careful financial analysis of long-term expenses and costs, health care organizations can quickly see the financial savings of their sustainable design selections add up.
Solutions to the MBTA’s predicament are out there, but the state’s two highly capable transportation leaders, Transportation Secretary Stephanie Pollack and MBTA General Manager Steve Poftak, need Gov. Charlie Baker to empower them to take unconventional steps to enact them quickly.
Companies still have time to investigate an incident, but once they have determined a data breach has occurred, they must alert any individuals whose data they know was involved without waiting to figure out who else had data involved.
A 14-story office building in the heart of Boston’s financial district has been sold for $238.72 million.
A Lynn public art group is teaming up with the state’s development agency to fund a new, temporary waterfront park between the city’s ferry terminal and the Lynnway.
The Boston Planning & Development Agency Board of Directors approved development projects in neighborhoods across the city of Boston Thursday which will create an additional 73 residential units, including 10 income-restricted units.
“Social consumption” marijuana businesses could be coming to a dozen Massachusetts communities under a pilot program approved by the state Cannabis Control Commission.
Members of the banking and real estate industries donated time and money to make their communities better places in recent weeks, from reading to children to building houses with Habitat for Humanity.