Residential Real Estate
The new South Coast line and it’s 90-minute end-to-end journey will suddenly open up the region’s mix of outer suburbs, old industrial cities and rural towns – and their significantly lower home and condo prices.
Real estate agents forced to sit on the sidelines during the coronavirus pandemic may return to a thoroughly changed industry.
As the state prepares to reopen its economy, many of the adaptations buyers, sellers and agents made as the coronavirus pandemic hit could stick around as technology has become not just a support, but the essential portal into real estate.
U.S. health officials on Thursday released some of their long-delayed guidance that schools, businesses and other organizations can use as states reopen from coronavirus shutdowns.
With four days remaining until Gov. Charlie Baker is due to put details on his economic reopening plan, the business community is growing more antsy about how it will all work.
First-time unemployment claims in Massachusetts continued to fall last week, but still represent sit at double the highest weekly total of the Great Recession.
Greater Boston’s residential real estate market is showing initial signs it could be coming back to life, with new listings up on a week-over-week basis for the second week in a row.
North Andover-based The Fermin Group is among the 10 most productive Latino real estate agent teams in the nation, according to the National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals, or NAHREP.
Gov. Charlie Baker said he’ll have more to say Monday about lifting the state’s stay-at-home advisory that has been in place since March 23.
The first wave of businesses shuttered by the COVID-19 pandemic could begin to reopen around May 18 if public health data continues to trend in a positive direction, Gov. Charlie Baker said.
From new VPs to fresh project managers, see who’s been hired, promoted and honored: it’s The Personnel File.
One of the Massachusetts’ primary landlord organizations says it will lobby Beacon Hill to guarantee all renters’ payments during the coronavirus crisis via “surety bonds.”
A pair of national polls, one of Realtors and the other of consumers, offer contrasting views of the housing market under the COVID-19 pandemic.
Are you sure May 18 isn’t a magical date? What about this yuge rabbit in my hat? And this tremendous magic wand?
So far, it looks like efforts by Gov. Charlie Baker and Lt. Gov. Karyn Polito to orchestrate a measured march toward reopening the state’s economy are leaning away from Sousa and towards Stravinsky.
It is right that we should seek to keep everyone stably housed during a pandemic. But this particular law has set in motion a chain of events that could alter the face of the commonwealth for the worse.
If you know of anyone who is facing a mortgage crunch due to COVID-19, time is of the essence. The sooner they take definitive action to address their situation, the more likely they will be to successfully navigate through this difficult time.
New and existing houses aren’t selling like they were prior to the pandemic. But people are still transacting.
The new rules require that “appropriate social distancing of 6 feet between individuals is strictly followed” and groups will be limited to four golfers, as is traditional.
Boston Mayor Marty Walsh announced a gradual easing of the city’s six-week-old construction moratorium, beginning with an immediate OK to resume site preparation on essential projects as defined by the state of Massachusetts.