Residential Real Estate
Only a few of the state’s best-known real estate brokerages received Paycheck Protection Loans earlier this year as the coronavirus pandemic ravaged the Massachusetts housing market.
About 61 percent of Americans think June was a good time to buy a home according to a new survey from Fannie Mae which wrapped up just before COVID-19 cases started spiking in many states outside the Northeast.
Business confidence in Massachusetts rebounded in June in lockstep with the reopening of economic sectors that had been sealed off by government order to guard against the spread of COVID-19.
All undergraduate and graduate courses at Harvard University will be taught online this fall, and the school will open campus to house up to 40 percent of its maximum capacity in dormitories, officials announced Monday.
Robert Paul Properties has bought JACKSON Ltd., the oldest independently owned brokerage in Norwell.
From new VPs to fresh project managers, see who’s been hired, promoted and honored: it’s The Personnel File.
Massachusetts’ largest affordable housing operator is extending its moratorium on evictions for tenants with financial hardship through Dec. 31 in response to lingering COVID-19 impacts.
The number of houses and condominiums for sale in Greater Boston is slowly ticking up, although overall inventory is still far from where it was this time last year, according to new data from Zillow.
Amid a national recession and widespread unemployment linked to the pandemic, Metro Housing|Boston set a record in June for distribution of housing assistance.
With the clock ticking for potential legislative action to extend housing relief measures, sponsors of a new bill aimed at preserving a mandatory pause on housing removals highlighted support and strategies on Thursday.
Cape Cod’s short-term rental brokers have suddenly found themselves grappling with a flood of business mere weeks after the coronavirus demolished demand for seaside vacations.
Greater Boston’s rental housing industry has a serious racism problem, and it’s going to take effort from industry and government – including Attorney General Maura Healey – to solve.
An opportunity for first-time buyers to find houses priced below market value is presenting itself in a number of places across the country – so long as they’re not looking in much of Greater Boston.
With expanded federal jobless aid set to run out at the end of this month and a state foreclosure moratorium likely to expire almost three weeks later, concern is growing as the mortgage industry faces an uncertain summer and fall.
Following a report from Suffolk University Law School that found widespread racism among apartment brokers in Greater Boston, two of the state’s largest real estate agent trade groups are calling for changes.
Black renters in Greater Boston face enormous and widespread hurdles to viewing apartments and finding brokers who will work with them, researchers from Suffolk University Law School and The Analysis Group found.
State officials will dedicate $20 million to offer rental and mortgage help to low-income households not covered by the state’s current emergency assistance program, Gov. Charlie Baker announced Tuesday afternoon.
People on six continents already are getting jabs in the arm as the race for a COVID-19 vaccine enters a defining summer, with even bigger studies poised to prove if any shot really works – and maybe offer a reality check.
Kevin Caulfield, head of Compass-affiliated Caulfield Properties represents developer Center Court Properties in marketing 62 new luxury units in Beacon Hill’s The Archer Residences.
Here’s a startling statistic that should be a cause for celebration among anyone rooting for more housing and lower prices. As a percentage of its overall housing stock, Boston is now building more housing than Houston, long touted for its wide-open land use...