Residential Real Estate
The Massachusetts mortgage industry is set to gain a new face when Residential Mortgage Services merges with Guild Mortgage later this year.
Five developers have submitted plans for housing and commercial space on a 4.5-acre Haverhill property that’s viewed as a linchpin of downtown revitalization efforts.
MBTA ridership saw “significant rising action” in March and April, though overall it remains at only a fraction of pre-pandemic levels, according to T General Manager Steve Poftak.
A 25-unit apartment complex at Brookline’s Coolidge Corner has been acquired for $23.9 million by a Billerica-based investor following a marketing process that attracted close to 40 offers.
Lost bidding wars and home prices that have risen above buyers’ ability to pay are the leading cause of stymied buyers, a new poll finds.
A newly-completed apartment complex steps from the MBTA’s South Weymouth commuter rail station is 60 percent leased in the first joint venture between a pair of local developers.
Users of the state’s largest MLS website now have a new tool at their disposal for real estate agents marketing apartments for rent.
A recent column about would-be homebuyers giving up because they keep losing bidding wars brought a flurry of responses: Readers want to know how they can become winners in this arena.
With zoning reforms that he sought for years to accelerate housing production now law, Gov. Charlie Baker said Thursday that failing to spark more production as the state moves past COVID-19 would be a “huge missed opportunity.”
The Justice Department said it would appeal the ruling from the U.S. District Court in Washington, D.C., meaning there won’t likely be any immediate impact on the ban
A proposed luxury apartment tower received variances advancing its bid to become Everett’s tallest residential building.
A new survey from Realtor.com suggests there may yet be hope for seeing more inventory in the nation’s housing markets.
Only 217,000 residential mortgage-holders became past-due in March, according to a new report from Black Knight, the lowest on record.
RedfinNow, Redfin’s iBuying service, recently entered the red-hot suburban Boston housing market. But the move’s biggest impact, for now, could be to boost the discount brokerage’s market share among open-market home sales.
It’s widely accepted in the real estate finance world that student debt can significantly lower someone’s buying power when they go to purchase a new home. But a new paper has quantified how much.
Massachusetts is relaxing its outdoor mask mandate as the numbers of hospitalizations and cases of COVID-19 continue to decline in the state, the Baker administration said on Tuesday. Beginning Friday, face masks will only be required outside in public when it’s not...
Massachusetts will retain all nine of its U.S. House seats following the release of new Census Bureau data Monday that showed the state’s total population topping 7 million for the first time, up from 6.5 million in the 2010 census.
From new VPs to fresh project managers, see who’s been hired, promoted and honored: it’s The Personnel File.
A Needham developer is seeking to build 318 apartments steps from the new home of the Worcester Red Sox.
As the state’s spring housing market got underway in March, numbers of new single-family home listings gave some a sense of hope that 2020’s dire inventory shortage could ease even as buyer demand looks to remain strong.