Millennials are finally buying homes and applying for mortgages, with 23 percent of all newly originated mortgage dollars attributed to that generation.
Back in the summer of 2017, federal regulators finalized a significant set of updates to the TILA-RESPA Integrated Disclosure rules.
Affordable housing is the next big frontier in health care, and community development practitioners are catalyzing the growing discussion on social determinants of health, defined by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention as “conditions in the places where people live, learn, work and
Despite his more than nine decades on this earth, it seemed like Harold Brown was never going to retire.
Any top university will tell you that the easiest way to raise money is by naming buildings after big donors. But in today’s world of suffocating student debt, what we really need are scholarships.
The building of additional roads is not a realistic solution to our current and future transportation challenges in the Boston area.
In the last decade, we have witnessed a transformation of the traditional office environment, the stereotypical employee and the nine-to-five work day.
The day we’ve all been waiting for has finally arrived: Millennials are starting to buy homes.
When President Donald Trump signed into law the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act late last year, it created the most significant changes the U.S. federal income tax laws have seen in over three decades.
It is not news that the Trump Administration was successful in getting the controversial Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 passed late last year.
Nearly a year after the catastrophic Equifax hack exposed 147 million Americans’ personal and financial data to cybercriminals, consumers are about to get a break – something especially useful for homebuyers and owners.
This is a tip that might save some residential mortgage lenders a few bucks in tolerance credits.
While implementation of the commonwealth’s recreational marijuana legalization has been slow, as of July 1, licensed facilities may now sell marijuana. Possession of marijuana remains illegal at the federal level, which creates some concerns for residents and landlords alike.
East Boston comes in third but keeps up the pace.
Massachusetts is unusual in that an owner of waterfront property typically holds title to the low water mark. However, the area between the low and the high water marks normally remains subject to the rights of the public to fish, fowl (hunt birds) and navigate.
High land and construction costs coupled with limited, undeveloped land are familiar challenges for most urban developers.
Mid-August is not the Greater Boston area’s best season. The weather is variable (as it always is in New England), swinging from disgusting muggy days – it’s not the heat, it’s the humidity – to cold gray rain, back to searing hot skies and sticky nights.
As MassHousing watched the economy swing back into high gear, we witnessed first-hand the impact on the housing market.
The dramatic increase in complaints of sexual misconduct and harassment stands as an example to all employers that victims in Massachusetts are coming forward and speaking out.
The saying goes that if you want fewer cars and traffic jams on the roads, all you need is a recession.
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- Former Bowling Alley Sold in Malden
- Three MA Men Charged in Multi-Year Mortgage Fraud Scheme
- Weston Property Owner to Pay $40K for Illegal Destruction of Protected Wetlands
- Rhode Island Man Charged in Million-Dollar Embezzlement Scheme
- Longtime CEO and President of StonehamBank to Retire; Successors Announced