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

March 21st, 2019 | closingattorney

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 | closingattorney

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 […]

Sail away with Closé Rosé to Marina Bay! Marina Bay Quincy’s newest resident and just in time for spring on the water. #massachusetts #realestate #closingday #condominium #realestateclosing #realestateagent

March 18th, 2019 | closingattorney

McDevitt Law Group PC Attorneys experienced in Massachusetts Real Estate Law, Real Estate Closings, Probate Law, Wills, Trusts, Estate Planning, Condominium Conversions and Real Estate Development. Speak with one of our qualified lawyers today.

The Number of #Massachusetts #SingleFamilyHomes and #Condominiums Put #UnderAgreement Up in February #BuyersAgent

March 14th, 2019 | closingattorney
House for sale, pending sign in front yard. No people.

The Number of Massachusetts Single-Family Homes and Condominiums Put Under Agreement Up in February The number of single-family homes and condominiums put under agreement in the month of February rose 11 percent and four percent respectively, over the same time last year. For single-family homes, this marks 12 straight months of year-over-year increases. From February […]

How to Get a #RealEsate #Mortgage Fast #ClosingAttorney #Milton #Boston #Massachusetts

March 11th, 2019 | closingattorney

‘I Got a Home Loan in 24 Hours’: How to Get a Mortgage Fast, Revealed Want to know the secret of how to get a mortgage fast? Speed sometimes becomes essential in the home-buying game. I know, because I’m a real estate agent who’s seen clients in this position—and in addition, I know from personal […]

Real Estate Builder Confidence Rises Closing Attorney

March 10th, 2019 | closingattorney

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 […]

Congrats to Peter and Laura on their Purchase of 1526 Broadway, Hanover, MA. Attorney Beth Vacca worked with buyer agent Jennifer Gates of Compass and lender Jeffrey Pilon

March 4th, 2019 | closingattorney

McDevitt Law Group PC Attorneys experienced in Massachusetts Real Estate Law, Real Estate Closings, Probate Law, Wills, Trusts, Estate Planning, Condominium Conversions and Real Estate Development. Speak with one of our qualified lawyers today.

How Does Paying Off Your #Mortgage Affect Your #CreditScore? #RealEstate #ClosingAttorney

February 28th, 2019 | closingattorney

How Does Paying Off Your Mortgage Affect Your Credit Score? A mortgage is probably the largest debt you’ll ever have, and paying it off is a significant achievement. But credit bureaus like Equifax, Experian, and TransUnion might not be as thrilled. “Paying off any debt will certainly affect your credit score, and your mortgage is […]

What Is PMI? Private Mortgage Insurance, Explained

February 20th, 2019 | closingattorney

If you need a mortgage to buy a house but lack the funds to make a 20% down payment, you might end up paying an added fee called private mortgage insurance, or PMI. So what exactly is PMI? In the same way homeowners insurance protects you in case of problems in your home, PMI protects […]

Modeling the Future: Restructuring the Secondary Mortgage Market

February 11th, 2019 | closingattorney

Here are some of the recommendations made in a new research paper by the Wharton School and the National Association of Realtors on housing finance reform and the significance of the GSEs in the market. The post Modeling the Future: Restructuring the Secondary Mortgage Market appeared first on theMReport.com.   [ read full article ]

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