Don’t call it a “buyer’s market.” Don’t call it a “correction.” Call it a “re-balancing.”
The recent Chapter 11 filings by Sears and Toys R Us offer additional signs that conventional retailers – and the properties they anchor – face an uncertain future.
The importance of state legislative races is often lost in the hype surrounding national midterm elections.
What’s been happening to that good old-fashioned American way to sell your home – doing it yourself, with minimal or no commission costs?
A time-honored tradition continues.
The accolades – and confetti – that have rained down on the Red Sox are well deserved.
Bostonians have a fragile illusion of safety.
High-quality child care facilities benefit children, their families and society. Facilities with lots of natural light, access to play indoors and outdoors, and space that supports teacher planning and encourages parental involvement are essential to fostering children’s health and well-being, especially for children living in low-income neighborhoods.
The future of the transportation system in Massachusetts is a growing concern to commuters, businesses and residents throughout the state. There is heavy congestion and increased commuting times on our roads, while the mass transit system continues to be unreliable and inadequate.
First-time homebuyers and Millennials are better educated than they used to be about the homebuying process, but they aren’t utilizing the programs available to them.
What does it take to market a $20 million property? How would you market a $135 million listing?
Homeownership is more common in the United States than in most other developed countries. Not only does owning a home provide shelter and stability but also it has become a way to save and build wealth.
Do you have a pretty good idea of what your house is worth? Could you estimate within, say, 5 percent of what it’s likely to sell for? If so, would that make you more accurate about your home value than an estimate from a computer program loaded with recent sales data and algorithms?
What do the world’s leading developer and manufacturer of high-performance fiber lasers, a privately owned ice cream distributor and a pioneering developer of a new class of medicines have in common?
The math underpinning Massachusetts’s affordable housing challenges looks stark.
Protecting your bank, business or personal accounts from cybercrime seems like common sense. However, with cybercrime costing businesses $600 billion globally, they will need to be proactive to keep their businesses safe.
To bastardize a quote from Harry Truman, the economists need another hand. The president once quipped he needed a one-handed economist, as they were prone to saying, “on one hand … on the other.”
Perhaps not surprising to anyone who has worked in the industry or attended a commercial real estate event, the profession remains overwhelmingly white and male.
October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month, created 15 years ago in the internet’s infancy to convince the public to take cybersecurity seriously.
The list of transportation projects that could have a transformative impact on the Seaport District is very small.
This Week’s Poll
- 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