Residential Real Estate
JP Morgan and Mack Real Estate have provided a $294 million construction loan for Cronin Development’s St. Regis Residences at 150 Seaport Boulevard in Boston.
Sixty-eight percent of local Millennials said owning a home is a top priority, according to Bank of America’s recent Homebuyer Insights Report.
South Shore Habitat for Humanity was the successful bidder in a proposal to construct a new three-bedroom affordable home on Electric Avenue in Easton. This is South Shore Habitat for Humanity’s fourth home built in Easton.
Charlesgate Realty Group will market 29 condo units at The Saybrook, a complex developed by Brookline-based City Realty that recently broke ground at 214 Market St. in Brighton.
In this week’s personnel file, everyone is hiring: law firms, banks, mortgage lenders, construction companies, associations and councils.
Thinking about remodeling your home – redoing a bathroom or the kitchen? Or maybe purchasing a new home from a builder? Or simply buying new appliances?
The Massachusetts Association of Realtors yesterday announced that after 23 years leading the organization, Robert N. Authier will leave his position as CEO on Dec. 1.
New York Life Real Estate Investors has provided $96 million in fixed-rate mortgage financing for the The Merc at Moody & Main, a multifamily and retail complex in downtown Waltham.
New details are emerging on the next high-end apartments in Boston’s Seaport District, a 388-unit complex being developed by Miami-based developer Crescent Heights.
Two projects totaling $1.2 billion that will bring 831 more high-end condominiums and apartments to Boston’s Seaport District are marking construction milestones.
Federal Realty Investment Trust has sold a 56-unit apartment complex that it developed in 2013 to a Braintree-based John M. Corcoran & Co. for $14.76 million.
Fifteen metropolitan Boston area communities are coalescing around plans to build even more new housing than Gov. Charlie Baker proposed in his statewide bill.
Wenham-based Williams Fine Art Dealers has opened a pop-up public gallery for the month of October at Holmes Beverly, a newly opened 67-unit apartment complex.
Barrett Sotheby’s International Realty of Concord, an independently owned and operated affiliate of Sotheby’s International Realty, has acquired Action Real Estate, which will now operate as a Barrett Sotheby’s International Realty office.
In this week’s Personnel File, banks, real estate agencies, construction companies and credit unions are hiring in this employment surge.
As the vice president of marketing and sales at Needham-based Direct Federal Credit Union, Michael Ferreer has been implementing digital strategies for roughly four years.
Millions of Americans have a new record high average FICO score, and that’s positive news for homebuyers, sellers, lenders and the economy overall.
Gas prices shot up 73 percent in 1973, the year OPEC lowered the boom on the U.S. economy. Pumps went dry and irate drivers queued up in long lines at service stations; some resorted to stealing precious fuel from their neighbors’ cars at night.
In this week’s roundup of Community Good Works, banks, credit unions and real estate agencies are volunteering, feeding and building homes in their communities.
Homeowners Rehab Inc. has received funding for a 98-unit apartment community in Cambridge to be called Concord Highlands. It will be the largest affordable housing community in Cambridge in 40 years, with all units being deed-restricted and affordable.
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