The common play for investors has long been to purchase shares in banks that are prime takeover candidates, hope they get sold and then collect a nice premium. But Sandler O’Neill, a firm that invests in banks in Massachusetts and nationwide, believes there’s a better approach.
The writing may not be on the wall, but it’s sitting every afternoon on our front porch: a cardboard box waits outside almost daily.
The benefits of this revitalization will extend beyond the brick and mortar for years to come. Our city has shown tremendous leadership in planning for a strong economic future with collaborative initiatives such as Imagine 2030. As building owners and developers, we must challenge ourselves and do our part, in partnership with the city.
Cape Cod has long been a tourist destination. Even so, there was always a sizable year-round population of regular folks – some newcomers drawn by booming restaurants and hotels, others with roots stretching all the way back to the Pilgrims.
Somerville Mayor Joseph Curtatone’s proposal for “Amazon On The Orange Line” is adding a last-minute wrinkle to Greater Boston’s attempts to lure the online commerce giant’s second headquarters.
Century Bancorp, the holding company of Century Bank, continued to increase commercial and industrial lending, while also reporting double-digit income growth in the third quarter of this year.
Boston-based LDJ Development LLC has acquired 190 High St. in Boston’s Financial District from longtime owner KFDA for $6.2 million.
Erland Construction has completed a new mixed-use residential development in downtown Waltham.
As home prices rise, a larger percentage of first-time buyers are putting down less than 20 percent to buy a home, according to the October Down Payment Report from Down Payment Resource.
The Association for Valuation Professionals announced today that Paul A. Giroux, MRA, the longest tenured member of the MBREA and a member of the Appraisal Hall of Fame, died at the age of 94 on Wednesday.
In this week’s Community Good Works, kids across the commonwealth will get a big boost, thanks to a myriad of organizations donating to schools and child development programs.
A convicted bank robber from Revere will serve over eight years in prison after he robbed 10 different banks in a span of just 19 days during the months of December 2016 and January 2017.
Light vehicle manufacturer Piaggio Fast Forward has signed a lease expansion at RS 56, Paradigm Properties’ office complex at 52-56 Roland St. in Boston.
Dedham Institution for Savings has notified state regulators that it intends to reorganize into a mutual holding company, signaling that a potential merger may not be far down the road.
Mortgage applications decreased 2.1 percent from one week earlier, according to data from the Mortgage Bankers Association’s Weekly Mortgage Applications Survey for the week ending Oct. 6, 2017.
Attorney General Maura Healey has sent a letter to doctors who provide addiction treatment services through the state’s Medicaid program, MassHealth, warning them against unlawfully charging people struggling with opioid addiction and vowed to take immediate and aggressive action against those who try to illegally profit off of vulnerable patients in Massachusetts.
The Community Reinvestment Fund has issued $100 million in federally guaranteed bond funding to Aura Mortgage Advisors, an affiliate of nonprofit Boston Community Capital, through the U.S. Department of the Treasury’s CDFI Bond Guarantee Program.
The Massachusetts State College Building Authority has selected Walsh Brothers Inc. to provide preconstruction and construction management services for the renovation of Fitchburg State University’s Carmelita Landry Arena.
Citigroup Inc. reported a higher quarterly profit as it kept costs lower, recorded a large gain from an asset sale and had a smaller-than-expected decline in trading revenue.
The 30-year mortgage rate increased for a second consecutive week, jumping 6 basis points to 3.91 percent. The 10-year Treasury yield also rose, climbing 4 basis points this week.
- Dire Housing Shortage For Cape Residents
- $53M Upgrade Planned For South End Property
- Somerville Adds New Wrinkle To Amazon Pitches
- A Test Of Suburbs’ Resiliency
- Merger May Be On Horizon For Dedham Savings