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McDevitt Law Group Names Stephen Dehner as CFO and Controller

May 28th, 2021 | Commercial Real Estate
Steve Dehner as our CFO and Controller

Stephen G. Dehner is an experienced Certified Public Accountant (CPA) with over two decades of experience in finance and accounting. As the CFO for McDevitt Law Group, Stephen provides finance and accounting support as well as well as strategic consulting including budgeting and forecasting for the company. Stephen Dehner is the founder of SGD Accounting […]

#Home #Prices #Spike Nationwide

January 29th, 2021 | Commercial Real Estate
Home prices go up

Home Prices Spike Nationwide The price of homes spiked nationwide 1.0% over the month before, according to the latest Federal Housing Finance Agency House Price Index (FHFA HPI). From November 2019 to November 2020, the price tag parachuted 11.0%. Meantime, the previously reported 1.5% price change for October 2020 held steady. Probably not surprisingly, location […]

#Sales, #MLO Jobs; #HomeOwnership, Non-QM, #PPE, #SalesTools; Conventional Conforming Updates

January 14th, 2021 | Commercial Real Estate
Mortgage Bankers Association To Release Weekly Mortgage Market Index June 12

Sales, MLO Jobs; Home Ownership, Non-QM, PPE, Sales Tools; Conventional Conforming Updates Posted To: Pipeline PressNearly two weeks into 2021 already? I was just getting used to saying “2020.” Now I have to add a syllable every time. “One.” There’s continued talk of companies like Finance of America , loanDepot , SoFi , and Homepoint […]

Single-Family Residents Drive New-Construction Increase #ClosingAttorney #Hingham #MA

November 25th, 2020 | Commercial Real Estate
New Home Sales Increase Despite Rising Mortgage Rates

The U.S. Census Bureau released its construction statistics for October—which shows permits, starts, and completions—recorded a 4.9% increase in housing starts in October compared to September. Fannie Mae’s Chief Economist Doug Duncan points out that the increase was driven by single-family housing starts, which rose 6.4%, the sixth consecutive monthly increase. At 1.18 million annualized units, […]

Residential Construction Was a Bright Spot for September #HomeBuyer #ClosingAttorney

November 5th, 2020 | Commercial Real Estate
Wood House Frame Construction

Residential Construction Was a Bright Spot for September Posted To: MND NewsWire Overall construction spending was flat in September, held down by a drop in public sector projects. The U.S. Census Bureau said total expenditures during the month were at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of $1.414 trillion, a 0.3 percent increase from August and […]

#Boston #MA #commercial to #apartment #conversions #RealEstate #Lawyer #Closing #Attorney

October 16th, 2020 | Commercial Real Estate
Workers are installing ceiling from wooden scaffolding platform in apartment is under construction, remodeling, renovation, extension, restoration, overhaul and reconstruction.

Boston MA is a top city for commercial-to-apartment conversions Commercial buildings are being converted faster than ever over the last decade with approximately 778 old buildings made into apartments since the 2010’s, according to a blog post from RentCafe. That’s outstanding growth in the conversion industry when compared to the 14 projects in the 1950’s, […]

Students Flock to #Boston and #Cambridge #Rentals #IncomeProperty #ClosingAttorney #Boston #MA

September 8th, 2020 | Commercial Real Estate
Elegant brownstones in Back Bay

Shut Out of Harvard Dorms, Students Flock to Boston and Cambridge Rentals CAMBRIDGE, MA—Shut out of campus dorms, Harvard University students are flocking to Boston and Cambridge rentals, according to a report by the Harvard Crimson. “Denied the opportunity to live in Harvard dorms, some students at the College have returned to the Boston area […]

Custom Home Building up Sharply #homebuyer #realestate #closing #attorney

August 27th, 2020 | Commercial Real Estate
Construction Site Inspection

Custom Home Building is on a Roll Posted To: MND NewsWire Robert Dietz, chief economist for the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) has provided a couple of updates on housing construction trends taken from the Census Bureau’s Quarterly Starts and Completions by Purpose and Design in the association’s Eye on Housing blog. Dietz takes […]

When Breaking Your #Lease Makes Sense #Renters #Landloard #HomeOwner #CommercialRealEstate #Attorney #RealEstateLaw

August 17th, 2020 | Commercial Real Estate
woman with mask breaking contract at office

6 Situations When Breaking Your Lease Makes Sense While breaking a lease is generally a big no-no, sometimes there’s no way around it. Life happens, and certain circumstances might warrant getting out of your rental situation. “Breaking a lease can be complicated, and it can be costly,” says Dylan Lenz, CEO of Naborly, a modern-day property […]

What Can a #Landlord Deduct From Your Deposit? A Primer for Current and Former #Renters #RealEstateLaw #closing #attorney #lawyer

July 17th, 2020 | Commercial Real Estate

What Can a Landlord Deduct From Your Deposit? A Primer for Current and Former Renters Maybe you didn’t think twice when you put a big security deposit on that fancy apartment two summers ago. But now that you’re getting ready to move again, you might be wondering how much of that deposit you’ll actually get […]

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