The Supreme Court’s conservative majority is wielding sledgehammers instead of gavels.
“Location, location, location” is not the only element in the commercial real estate equation, particularly as more businesses engage in work that can be conducted nearly anywhere.
Finger-pointing and debating who is time blame is tempting but won’t move the MBTA out of its state of crisis fast enough.
You’ve paid an ungodly amount for your house. You’ve also paid more than you can believe in closing costs. But if you are like the typical homebuyer, your spending isn’t over.
Massachusetts is arriving at a moment of truth for the MBTA: Will the political establishment shake off its torpor and take bold, aggressive steps to ensure its success in the face of a neglectful governor?
When homes get out of reach for many, there’s only one person to ask for: Jerome Powell.
While Leader Bank’s growth didn’t happen overnight, the last two years have truly marked a new chapter for the bank. Here’s how I and Leader Bank’s committed staff took our bank from $6.5 million to $4 billion in assets and 422 employees across 22 states.
This year got off to a strong start and we even had a scattering of suburban-esque bidding wars, but it hasn’t been all fun and games for every developer. However, a significant decline in transaction volume in luxury neighborhoods is cause for concern.
The Small Property Owners Association disputes the TOPA Coalition’s duplicitous defense of TOPA as a “good housing policy” in its June 19 column in Banker & Tradesman.
Some feared the urban metropolis would never recover from the pandemic. But National Real Estate Advisors and HYM Investment Group’s bullish stance on Boston’s resiliency proved the better prognosis.
Three out of four homebuyers start their house hunt online. But if that’s the extent of your search, you could be missing out on any number of places that fit your parameters.
Boston is a city rich with history. For many, this is what makes it so special. So developing a new luxury tower at the intersection of two historic neighborhoods came with its own set of challenges and unique solutions.
Millennials’ preferences translates into a multifamily trend for new residential buildings to be defined not from specific finishes and building amenities, but by the entire experience of living there.
Have we reached peak home price craziness yet? For the last decade, the answer from the market has been a resounding “no.” This time could be different.
A Wellesley College poet and philosopher’s dream of redeveloping a Worcester property scored a tax benefit triple-play for The Menkiti Group, his son’s real estate development firm.
The first update to regulations implementing the Community Reinvestment Act in almost 20 years. Smaller lenders could see requirements tailored to their size, business model and local conditions.
Boston Mayor Michelle Wu gave the state legislature perhaps her strongest argument yet to accept her transfer tax proposal last week when she laid out a goal of creating affordable housing “as quickly as we can.” on over 1,200 underutilized city-owned properties.
Some sellers have a good reason for not wanting one. But for most people, “For Sale” signs are a 24-hour marketing tool that shouldn’t be ignored, even as house hunts mostly start online.
New Census data has highlighted what so many renters and would-be homebuyers have struggled with for years: Massachusetts’ housing costs are out of control. This latest data likely isn’t a surprise to my fellow business leaders who have seen firsthand the damage it’s done our state and economy.
Misinformation has been spreading about what the Tenant Opportunity to Purchase Act would do. Here are the facts, and the many places it’s been refined with real estate industry feedback.