Residential Real Estate
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.
Don’t call it a “buyer’s market.” Don’t call it a “correction.” Call it a “re-balancing.”
A partnership between developer Traggorth Cos. and Southwest Boston Community Development Corp. is bringing affordable housing to a transit-oriented site in Hyde Park.
Financial institutions across the commonwealth kick off donation campaigns for food pantries and homeless shelters this holiday season.
The number of single-family homes put under agreement in the month of October rose 9 percent over the last year, while condominium pending sales were down 5 percent over last year, according to the Massachusetts Association of Realtors.
A Texas multifamily developer has paid $25.7 million for a Medford property recently approved for a 350-unit apartment complex.
U.S. construction starts are projected to total $808 billion in 2019, essentially level with the current year’s pace of activity, according to a report by Dodge Data & Analytics.
New hires join banks, engineering firms and real estate offices across the state.
What’s been happening to that good old-fashioned American way to sell your home – doing it yourself, with minimal or no commission costs?
Kinlin Grover Real Estate, a subsidiary of The Randall Family of Companies, has completed its acquisition of Real Estate Associates of Cape Cod.
Massachusetts’ financial institutions and real estate firms are stepping up this holiday season.
Developer Greystar has refinanced the debt on its 392-unit Zinc apartment tower at 22 Water St. in Cambridge.
Boston Realty Advisors has acquired CL Waterfront Properties, a top listing and selling brokerage company on Boston’s Waterfront.
Shelton, Connecticut-based William Raveis Real Estate, Mortgage & Insurance this week opened a new office in Lynnfield.
It’s a busy time for firms and financial institutions across the commonwealth, with a raft of hirings and promotions in key positions.
William Raveis Real Estate Mortgage & Insurance has relaunched its Nantucket office.
Bostonians have a fragile illusion of safety.
“Sharon’s having trouble selling their house – they’re dropping the price,” my wife noted, reading an email from an old college friend. Those are words I haven’t heard in a decade.
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 Builders and Remodelers Association of Greater Boston honored industry leaders with its annual PRISM Awards on Oct. 25. Banker & Tradesman celebrates and congratulates this year’s winners.
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- Belmont Savings Provides Financing for Country Club Renovation
- Workbar Plans New Space North of Boston