Residential Real Estate
An affiliate of Brookline-based Newman Properties has acquired a multifamily property in East Boston’s Maverick Square as a value-add investment property.
The growth of consumer spending slowed in June, coming in under projections of economists, according to recent data from the Federal Reserve.
Multifamily developers could build smaller housing units and fewer parking spaces beginning this fall, offering potentially significant project cost savings as the city prepares to embrace the microapartment movement.
Boston Mayor Marty Walsh doesn’t strut around acting like the city’s development czar. He doesn’t design tower tops, as his legendary predecessor did, to the detriment of the city’s skyline, with the resulting “baby bottle” high-rise at 111 Huntington.
Do you really need an escrow account attached to your mortgage? Aren’t you capable of remembering when it’s time to pay tax and insurance bills? These questions suddenly are more controversial than you might guess.
In this week’s Community Good Works, banks and mortgage lenders donate and volunteer in their communities.
Gov. Charlie Baker returned the Legislature’s bill to tax and regulate short-term rentals on Wednesday, waiting until the day after the House and Senate adjourned formal sessions for the year to propose an amendment that would exempt homeowners that rent out their units for fewer than 14 days a year.
A 176-unit apartment complex in Hudson has been sold for $44.2 million by a joint venture of Heritage Properties and Moss Development.
U.S. consumer spending increased solidly in June as households spent more on restaurants and accommodation, building a strong base for the economy heading into the third quarter, while inflation rose moderately.
Gov. Charlie Baker is considering returning the bill sent to him Monday by the Legislature taxing and regulating short-term housing rentals with an amendment to exempt from taxation owners that rent out their homes or apartments for less than two weeks a year, according sources familiar with ongoing talks.
In this week’s roundup, banks, commercial real estate firms and insurance companies are welcoming new hires and promoting internally.
A joint venture has acquired a multifamily property at 134 Cottage St. in Chelsea with a value-add strategy.
Accusations of sexual harassment in the workplace are on the rise in Massachusetts, but why now?
Another year and yet another epic fail for comprehensive zoning reform in Massachusetts.
Noticing the resurgent popularity of urban living, Durand shifted gears toward condominium developments in Boston and Brookline, where the bulk of his Back Bay Development Group’s activity is taking place.
In the emotional rush that precedes buying a home – negotiating contract details and price, beating away rival bidders, searching for the best mortgage deal – closing costs often aren’t a pressing concern. Yet what you pay at settlement can be surprisingly expensive, even a budget buster.
Developers of microapartments near transit stops in Boston would qualify for reduced parking requirements under the city’s proposed new “compact living” regulations for new apartments and condos.
Are the owners of multimillion-dollar condominiums on Boston’s Commercial Wharf at risk of losing their homes because of a state oversight?
This week’s roundup includes the many banks and businesses that have helped their communities through donations and events.
A 239-unit multifamily complex that attracted nearly 6,000 applications for its income-restricted units is welcoming its first wave of residents in Boston.
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- Former Bowling Alley Sold in Malden
- Weston Property Owner to Pay $40K for Illegal Destruction of Protected Wetlands
- Rhode Island Man Charged in Million-Dollar Embezzlement Scheme
- Longtime CEO and President of StonehamBank to Retire; Successors Announced
- Marlborough Business Owner Sentenced for Bank Fraud