Residential Real Estate
While embracing these promising technologies is essential to staying current with clients, understanding the limitations of these new platforms must also be considered when helping clients determine the best path forward when it comes to buying or selling a home.
Building permits in Massachusetts saw a steep decline in December 2018 compared to December 2017, according to new data from the U.S. Census Bureau.
A 19-building apartment portfolio in Boston and Lynn has obtained $62 million in recapitalization financing.
From developers to banks and contractors, members of the real estate and banking industries gave back to their communities in many ways this week.
Despite steady progress toward achieving most of its goals for improvement, the MBTA is lagging on several infrastructure- and customer-related benchmarks outlined two years ago in its strategic plan, according to the first in-depth review of that plan.
There are 855,000 student loan borrowers who owe a combined $33.3 billion across Massachusetts, according to numbers presented by Sen. Eric Lesser, the sponsor of a bill that would create a student loan ombudsman.
Secretary Ben Carson, head of the federal Department of Housing and Urban Development, may be leaving his post at the end of President Donald Trump’s current term in 2020.
Confidence in the economy among Massachusetts businesses mirrors the economy itself, Global Economics Executive Director Sara Johnson said: “slowing a bit but still strong overall.”
While Boston home prices may be through the roof, a new analysis by Zillow has found the median area homeowner has substantially more income left over after paying their mortgage than their peers around the country.
Reducing the MBTA’s budget deficit next year and improving service will be possible thanks to new revenue from proposed fare increases, according to the authority. But one board member, aware of the pushback the hikes have drawn, wants the state to explore other ways of funding public transportation.
A 5-story, 27-unit residential project has been proposed at 28-30 Geneva Avenue in East Boston.
Home flipping is increasing in popularity in Boston in a big way, according to a new report.
A dual U.S.-Irish citizen was sentenced Friday in federal court in Boston on charges arising out of a multi-year mortgage fraud scheme.
Members of the real estate and banking industries in Massachusetts were on the move in recent weeks. See who’s been promoted and hired.
It’s a real estate and social barometer that doesn’t get a lot of publicity, but it’s important: More Americans are paying their mortgages on time today than they have in nearly two decades
Boston’s high-flying luxury apartment market is surely headed for a landing of some sort. The only question now is what just exactly what kind of landing it will be.
Massachusetts’ housing crisis has finally reached the point where nearly everyone is willing to support taking the first step to resolve it.
A 34-acre Chelmsford property that formerly housed the UMass-Lowell west campus goes to auction on April 5.
The Cambridge-based Gail Roberts, Ed Feijo & Team has been named the top-performing Coldwell Banker sales team in 2018 among all the agency’s small sales teams around the world.
A Brighton housing community for seniors will stay affordable through 2052 thanks to a $44.8 million in financing from MassHousing.