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Boston Planning and Development Agency Approves 717 New Residential Units in #Boston #Massachusetts

March 21st, 2019 | attorney

Boston Planning and Development Agency Approves 717 New Residential Units BOSTON–The Boston Planning & Development Agency (BPDA) Board of Directors approved development projects in neighborhoods across the City of Boston which will result in hundreds of market-rate and income-restricted residential units, economic development, and jobs. Overall, the new projects will create 717 residential units, including […]

Non-Qualified #Mortgages #RealEstateLaw #Attorney

March 19th, 2019 | attorney

Non-Qualified Mortgages: Then and Now An expert looked into the extent to which the characteristics of non-qualified mortgages have changed since CFPB issued regulations to provide safer and more sustainable home loans for consumers. Here’s what she had to say. The post Non-Qualified Mortgages: Then and Now appeared first on theMReport.com. [ read full article […]

Homeowners With Equity to Lose More Likely to Pay on Time

March 17th, 2019 | attorney
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Posted To: MND NewsWireIncreasing home prices have the additional benefit of reducing mortgage foreclosures according to CoreLogic. The company’s Loan Performance Insights report for December notes the 30+ day delinquency rate is at a 10-year low. Frank Nothaft, CoreLogic’s chief economist says “Our latest home equity report found that the average homeowner saw a $9,700 […]

Do You Really Need A Will? #EstatePlanningAttorney #Hingham #Massachusetts #Trusts #Wills

March 15th, 2019 | attorney
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Do You Really Need A Will? If you wonder whether you need a will, the answer is probably yes. Here’s why. By Rosie Wolf Williams, Next Avenue Contributor  You might have heard that Prince died without a will, which is likely to lead to a major battle over his estate. But do mere mortals like […]

Gig Worker Mortgage Guide | Bankrate.com

March 13th, 2019 | attorney

Getting approved for a mortgage is difficult for gig workers due to the inability to prove a steady income. If you’re not tethered to an employer and find yourself hopping from job to job, there are dozens of job titles you “assign” yourself. Whether you call yourself a freelancer, temp worker, independent contractor — it’s […]

Real Estate Builder Confidence Rises Closing Attorney

March 10th, 2019 | attorney

Real Estate Builder Confidence Rises Closing Attorney Even though they ended 2018 on a low note, the latest Census Bureau data on housing starts reveal an uptick in housing starts. Experts give insights into the factors that are making builders more confident about housing. The post Builder Confidence Rises appeared first on theMReport.com. [ read […]

Why you (yes, you!) need to prepare a #will now! | Haven Life #EstatePlanning #Wills #Trust

March 9th, 2019 | attorney

Creating a will may seem complex, but nearly everyone needs a last will and testament, and creating a will can be simple. Here’s why creating one now is so important.   Get the oil changed. Clean the gutters. Make a will. Regardless of whether it’s an actual list or just a few to-dos running through […]

Construction Begins for 600+ Unit Development at North #Quincy MBTA Station

March 4th, 2019 | attorney

Construction Begins for 600+ Unit Development at North Quincy MBTA Station – https://mailchi.mp/bldup/construction-begins-for-600-unit-development-at-north-quincy-mbta-station […]

Renewed Uncertainty Hits Mortgage Application Rates

February 15th, 2019 | attorney

“Renewed Uncertainty” Hits Mortgage Application Rates Here’s why applications for new mortgage loans decreased. Also, learn how government refinance loans are striking back. The post “Renewed Uncertainty” Hits Mortgage App Rates appeared first on theMReport.com.   [ read full article ]

Wells Fargo Responds to California #ClassActionLawsuit #RealEstateLaw #Mortgage

February 10th, 2019 | attorney

Wells Fargo Responds to California Class Action Suit Here’s what the bank had to say to a lawsuit filed by a loan officer in California that could have a broader impact on the bank’s wage and commission practices for its mortgage business. The post Wells Fargo Responds to California Class Action Suit appeared first on […]

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