A certain high-ranking official is missing his long chats with a certain famous author.
While the banking and real estate industries may have played substantial roles in perpetuating racial inequalities in America, that doesn’t mean firms today have to resort to charity to help heal those wounds.
A serious conversation is starting about how the MBTA might adapt if ridership remains low for the extended future. And the business community and riders have an opportunity to establish new and better goals for public transit in the process.
In Boston, apparently, city officials would rather take the inevitable traffic that will come from Amazon’s push to speed up deliveries while skipping the jobs it would come with.
With a dramatic drop in inventory in markets across Massachusetts and the nation, seller seminars could be an important step to take to help keep your business strong during the pandemic.
Add a former get-rich-quick-with-real-estate pitchman on the A&E cable network to the laundry list of realty gurus who have found themselves in the crosshairs of the country’s top consumer watchdog agency.
Six months into this pandemic, there is still considerable uncertainty for businesses and institutions, including banks, as they eye budgets and try to make economic sense out of this new reality.
Her case against Boston Mayor Marty Walsh appears better suited to interviewing to be the executive director of the BPDA, not mayor of one of the nation’s oldest, greatest and most vibrant cities.
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It’s been a rollercoaster year for Airbnb and its much-anticipated plans for an initial public offering or IPO. The home sharing platform had planned to file back in March to go public but then coronavirus hit and its revenue nose-dived.
Private contractors operate 202,000 units on 80 bases across the country, often with little or no oversight and not-infrequently unhealthy housing.
With eviction moratoriums set to continue in Massachusetts through at least Dec. 31, the future isn’t looking any more certain for tenants or their landlords.
Vaccine or no vaccine, COVID-19 has set the stage for what are likely to be some big, permanent changes to the real estate market
The dangerous and racially unequal effects of urban heat islands can be reduced with a concerted effort involving the real estate, design and engineering fields – and a commitment from local governments.
The number of homeowners seeking mortgage forbearance fell for at least eight straight weeks this summer. But that decline masks a couple of other important trends.
Are you thinking about starting a team or do you already have one? Failure to keep an eye out for these mistakes can result in disputes within your team, cash flow problems or even the disbanding of your team.
At last, Boston appears to have a plan to protect one of its most important assets from sea level rise with more than sandbags and hope.
MassLandlords members plan to sue the state to force action – not on ending the eviction freeze, but on making sure landlords get reasonable compensation for housing tenants who can’t pay rent.
With 140 years of experience in water-adjacent construction, Connolly Brothers was hired on a design/build basis and responded with a friction pile foundation system that took into account the Essex River Basin’s ocean tides.
Last week’s decision by Realtor.com to explicitly identify a home listing’s flood risk is a gutsy one, and one which the real estate industry should consider emulating.