Residential Real Estate
Another supermarket property owner is seeking to maximize the value of its real estate in Boston by replacing surface parking with multifamily housing.
Freddie Mac today reported its third quarter 2018 financial results.
Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Commonwealth Real Estate has acquired Cambridge’s largest independent brokerage.
Urbanization may be the hot trend in the headlines, but not everyone wants to live in downtown Boston. Between the urban hub and the green fields of the suburbs is a compromise – the nation’s small cities.
What does it take to market a $20 million property? How would you market a $135 million listing?
Homeownership is more common in the United States than in most other developed countries. Not only does owning a home provide shelter and stability but also it has become a way to save and build wealth.
Do you have a pretty good idea of what your house is worth? Could you estimate within, say, 5 percent of what it’s likely to sell for? If so, would that make you more accurate about your home value than an estimate from a computer program loaded with recent sales data and algorithms?
In this week’s Community Good Works, financial institutions and professional organization run, walk and wear jeans for a good cause.
The median price of a single-family home in Massachusetts rose again year-over-year in September, marking 30 consecutive months of price increases.
Boston-based residential property manager Barkan Management has secured eight new commitments to manage multifamily properties totaling nearly 1,300 units in Massachusetts, Rhode Island and the mid-Atlantic region.
Did you hear the news? Top Democratic strategists now believe that sky-high home prices and the dearth of affordable housing can be a winning issue in the 2020 presidential race.
If you make extensive energy-conservation and other green improvements to your home, will they earn you a premium price for the entire house when you go to sell?
The town of Randolph is seeking proposals for a 7-acre site near its MBTA commuter rail station that could support more than 100 housing units as part of a mixed-use development.
After a half-century, a Brighton-based nonprofit senior housing developer is adopting a new brand name designed to raise its profile in Greater Boston.
Boston Planning and Development Agency directors approved a 230-room hotel at the site of a former Leather District nightclub and 193 housing units, including 81 income-restricted units.
In this week’s Personnel File, banks, construction companies and law firms bolster their ranks with new hires and promotions.
You’ve probably seen actor Tom Selleck suavely pitching federally insured reverse mortgages on TV and thought, hmm, that sounds interesting.
Boston officials have approved a two-year pilot program eliminating minimum square-footage requirements for new apartments and condominiums, a move that reflects changing household demographics and demand for more flexible housing options.
Preleasing has begun at One Beachmont, a $60 million development at 205 Revere Beach Parkway scheduled for completion in January.
A British developer of off-campus housing has set up shop in America’s college town with plans for a $1 billion Boston development pipeline in the next five years.
This Week’s Poll
- Linear Retail Acquires Newton Retail Portfolio
- Former State Street Executive Sentenced for Secret Trading Commissions Scheme
- Investors Take the Long View
- Trillium Brewing Eyes Beer Hall at Former Reebok Campus
- Belmont Savings Provides Financing for Country Club Renovation
- Growing E-Commerce Shipper Commits to Devens Expansion
- FDIC Approves De Novo's Deposit Insurance Application
- 27-Unit Affordable Project Opens on Fairmount Line
- Dual Iranian Canadian National Sentenced for International Money Laundering
- Citizens Bank Unveils Program to Help Greater Boston Residents Obtain Employment