A construction scarcity curtails Cape Cod’s condo cultivation.
Over the past two years, Massachusetts has preserved more affordable housing units than ever before.
Fraud in connection with home mortgages is on the rise, ranging from little white lies about the intended use of the property all the way up to much more sophisticated schemes.
The statistics are troubling. The United States ranks 36th out of 40 developed nations for the percentage of 3- to 5-year-olds enrolled in “pre-primary” or primary school.
Another spring market is in the books and the market’s recovery remains uneven.
A few years ago, the MBTA hoped the costs and service of the commuter rail would be improved through a competitive bid for the entire commuter rail contract. As most riders know, this did not come to pass.
The city of Chelsea’s iconic hilltop water tower is mired in uncertainty, and no one is happy about it.
Long considered a forgotten mill city on the Merrimack River, Lowell has been clawing its way back to economic relevance over the past several years.
If you’ve been pondering how you as a homeowner or buyer might fare under the new Republican tax overhaul plan, here are a few points to consider.
Let there be light! Or else!
Imagine a catastrophe that left the residents of Montana, Maine and Rhode Island without power, water and food. Immediate help would be rushed to them. Any suggestion they might have to wait months to get electricity or phone service restored would be rejected out of hand. Similarly, there should be no question – only urgency – in getting help to the 3.4 million Americans who live in Puerto Rico and whose lives have been devastated by back-to-back hurricanes this month.
The recent announcement that Amazon is seeking to construct a new, $5-billion East Coast headquarters that will employ as many as 50,000 people has set off a new frenzy within the business community, as well as state and local governments. Pronouncements that Boston will compete for this opportunity, and that Amazon is considering Boston as a site, have added fuel to the fire.
Federal officials plan to crack down on what they view as predatory lending schemes – reminiscent of the toxic practices seen during the housing boom – targeted at thousands of veterans nationwide who have VA home loans.
We all look forward to the fall. Except when everything’s back in full swing and you are trying to get anywhere. Traffic is on everybody’s mind, and system solutions are needed to serve our region’s growth plan.
Underground caves might keep you safe from some things, but the news isn’t one of them.
Your buyers are about to close on a vacant house and must be out of their current property no later than the end of the month.
Amazon is looking for another U.S. headquarters, and everyone wants a piece of the action.
At least they have plenty of boxes they can use until we sort out our housing problem.
There’s nothing virtual about the anxiety over cybersecurity.
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