Now that the country is reopening and some companies are calling their employees back to the office, more than a few pandemic-inspired buyers are having a change of heart.
A recent Supreme Court opinion limits government intrusions on property rights, it confirmed that the government may require property owners to cede access rights in exchange for certain benefits,
The traditional cornerstones of luxury living are undergoing a dramatic evolution as people’s collective quest for health, wellness and connection reach a fever pitch in 2021.
Massachusetts’ North Shore, a bubbling biotech, microelectronics and industrial tech hub, presents several desirable characteristics for companies looking for new headquarters and manufacturing expansions.
In mid-July Climate Central reported that Boston is among the major U.S. cities experiencing the worst urban heat island (UHI) effects – we are No. 6 between San Francisco and Chicago.
While the course of Boston’s hotel industry turned dramatically, Boston’s longstanding demand generators, industry growth and pent-up travel demand will help the city’s upcoming recovery efforts.
The benefits of home ownership to an individual and to a community are numerous and expansive, and the Massachusetts Association of Realtors is proud to support a state bill to help first-time buyers.
The all-out scramble to lure GE’s headquarters to Boston still sticks in my craw. Five years on from that debacle, there’s a budding campaign to officials from throwing away our hard-earned tax dollars on such dubious corporate recruiting campaigns.
Unfortunately, there is a real fear that like-kind exchanges, or so-called “1031 exchanges,” will be diluted or outright eliminated in an effort to offset historic spending plans that are being circulated by Congress and the administration.
Greater Boston’s suburbs have always been popular because they offer companies and their employees an ideal mix of conveniences such as a short commute, free parking and green space that will never be available in most urban locations.
The Biden administration is entirely correct to scrap its predecessor’s controversial revamp of anti-redlining regulations.
Real estate professionals who do not make their clients aware of non-FHA options are doing them a great disservice. In this hot housing market, LMI buyers need more buying power, not less.
A recent decision by Boston’s Zoning Board of Appeal shows why all Boston mayoral candidates should embrace an effort to rezone the city.
Biden’s nominations for top roles at the CFPB and FHFA reflects President Joe Biden’s continuing effort to appoint diverse financial regulators with an eye toward firmer regulation and a commitment to economic equity and increased access.
Massachusetts has set aside roughly $1 billion for pandemic rental assistance. But roughly half of applicants aren’t able to finish their 13-page applications. The net result is a loss of affordable housing run by small landlording businesses, plus despair in many Massachusetts homes.
Republican Gov. Charlie Baker must be congratulating himself after successfully outmaneuvering the top Democratic legislative leaders on the issue of when and how to spend billions in federal stimulus cash.
One hoodied executive is making his bet clear to the dealer.
In real estate, a house isn’t sold until the Fat Lady sings at the closing. Until then, the seller should keep their options open by accepting backup contracts.
If the Cape’s housing crisis could be solved by words of warning and good intentions, there would already be thousands of new apartments across the Cape. It’s time for leaders who see what’s going on to start calling out the culprits.
If a large multifamily complex is built on the site of a seafood-processing facility in South Boston, Realtors may have to ask their clients some unusual questions.