Attorney General Maura Healey clearly can tell a true crisis from a fake one. When it comes to shortages, Massachusetts’ towns foot-dragging and obstruction on housing construction just can’t compete with the regulatory delays faced by pot shops, which she’s aggressively putting a stop to.
The banking and financial industries, regrettably, are not immune from sexual harassment. For far too long, many organizations did not take allegations seriously enough and did even less to prevent or stop harassment.
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Climate change, in the form of rising sea levels, threatens to literally wash away tens of billions of dollars in new development, and environmental activists are part of the problem.
An icon of the Boston skyline was very nearly protected against the city’s current rapacious development culture – but then the mayor stepped in.
Cost pressures are rising due to tariffs and transportation capacity issues. In response, manufacturers and retailers are raising prices in an effort to maintain margins.
The Trump administration wants to eliminate professional appraisals on a large number of home sale transactions – a move that critics say could push the country back toward the see-no-evil days of mortgage lending that preceded the housing crash.
As we begin the winter season, it is likely we will be reminded again about the risks and potential damage from coastal flooding along the South Boston Waterfront, East Boston, Charlestown and many other areas throughout Massachusetts.
Ever fantasize about fleeing the winter cold and getting in on the ground floor of a beachfront real-estate deal in which you double your money in a few years? If you’ve dreamed that dream, here’s how it could turn nightmarish.
The Dodd-Frank Act in 2010 required that significant updates be made to HMDA regulations and put the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau in charge of doing so. These changes drastically increased the amount of data that institutions were required to report.
As soon as the leftover candy hits the 50 percent off rack, it’s time for The Holiday Season, and it is upon us now in force.
If you feel your blood pressure increasing every time you see that client’s number on your caller ID, it may be time to ask, “Is it time to fire that annoying client?”
It’s time for the annual turkey shoot, where we look at the biggest development flops, fizzles, thuds, duds, snafus and mediocrities in the making across the Bay State.
All hail RBG.
McLean Hospital is a nonprofit psychiatric hospital and research facility based in Belmont with a stellar reputation in the mental health industry.
Our traffic-clogged highways, stalled trains and loony home prices are taking heat for scaring Amazon away, and for good reason.
With investment pumping into current and future developments all over the city, people throughout the commonwealth are talking about Worcester’s renaissance.
Amazon has passed over Boston in its search for a new headquarters. 🙁
Zillow recently put out a report exploring housing recovery in areas hardest hit by the foreclosure crisis, finding – not surprisingly – that those areas have not recovered as quickly and to the extent of their more fortunate neighbors.
Buried in the 2017 tax bill is a tax deferral and basis step-up provision aimed at luring investors to fund real estate development projects and new businesses in distressed, low-income communities.
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- Marlborough Industrial Building Sold for $6.5M
- These Vendors Will Anchor Landmark Center's New Time Out Market
- Santander Taps Athenahealth Manager to Lead Specialized Banking Group
- South Boston Office Building Sells for $33.5M
- Harvard COOP Property Sold to Florida Investor