Despite its position on the leading edge of medical research, Massachusetts is probably no better prepared to deal with a mass epidemic than many other places around the country.
As it turns out, three drivers of high housing costs are pitting local control against regional and state-wide transit: zoning, household size restrictions and parking requirements.
Shun the non-elbow-cougher! Shun them!
What if builders stripped out the good stuff – cabinetry, doors, windows, bathroom fixtures, hardwood floors – before bulldozing old dwellings? Then those materials could be used in remodeling jobs, incorporated into new construction, or sold.
Online mortgage applications tend to have a higher fallout rate when compared to other omnichannel methods. What are some ways lenders can improve the digital mortgage experience?
The communal, personal and economic effect of the coronavirus has infringed every fabric of our daily lives. This unwelcome disruption has generated a panic that we must quickly transcend.
Many of the same mechanisms that fuel financial crises are driving the panic buying many have experienced at grocery stores in recent weeks.
As the number of COVID-19 cases tick upwards in Massachusetts, it is imperative that the real estate and banking communities keep their responses measured.
Decades of federal architectural policy would be upended if the Trump administration follows through on an executive order that was leaked to the Architectural Record on Feb. 4.
While many questions remain about the spread of COVID-19, the disease caused by the virus, it’s an open question whether it will dissuade homebuers.
America is on edge as COVID-19 infections pop up in more and more places.
Super Tuesday was full of surprises, both good and bad. But one of the most intriguing was Newton’s decisive support for Northland’s large Upper Falls development.
Take it from a marathon runner: Careful preparation, along with a recognition of the unpredictability of external forces, is essential to both a successful marathon and a successful IPO.
The number of new public listings in Greater Boston has seen a decrease since 2018. For real estate professionals, this trend can seem daunting, but there are effective approaches to increase your chance of success in a climate favoring off-market transactions.
Suddenly, the most serious threat since the Great Recession looms over the hitherto-booming downtown Boston office market.
The lowest mortgage rates in 11 years have brought wannabe homebuyers off the bench and onto the playing field in droves. But low-cost mortgages don’t always help the market.
Boston Mayor Marty Walsh wants to make sure the city’s Zoning Board of Appeals doesn’t have a repeat of last year’s corruption scandal.
You have 240 days to go on your lease, and the place is certain to be sold by then. So, what can you do?
If we get hit with anything like what we have seen from afar in China, there will be major disruptions to every facet of life, including businesses.
In our conversations with senior managers of banks, we spot several blind spots which are often found among incumbents who get hit the hardest by disruption.