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Tagged: MassachusettsRealEstateDevelopment

New York Life #RealEstate Investors facilitates $97 million in #financing for Portside II #EastBoston

January 12th, 2019 | MassachusettsRealEstateDevelopment

New York Life Real Estate Investors facilitates $97 million in financing for Portside II East Pier in East Boston Massachusetts East Boston, MA New York Life Real Estate Investors, on behalf of New York Life Insurance Company, completed the $97 million financing of Portside II at East Pier, a 296 unit, multifamily property. The borrower […]

The Hub on Causeway in #Boston #RealEstateDevelopment

January 11th, 2019 | MassachusettsRealEstateDevelopment

The Hub on Causeway has been the #1 project on http://BLDUP.com over the past year. The palatial structure is finally bringing Causeway St together after years of staring at a vacant lot where the Boston Garden used to be. #bldup #boston #thehub http://ow.ly/uq5M30ngDwT   […]

Pier 4 in Boston’s Seaport District Refinanced for $230.4 Million

January 9th, 2019 | MassachusettsRealEstateDevelopment

Pier 4 in Boston’s Seaport District Refinanced for $230.4 Million – https://mailchi.mp/bldup/pier-4-in-bostons-seaport-district-refinanced-for-2304-million […]

Top 10 Upgrades to Sell Your #Massachusetts #Home for Maximum Price #RealEstate

January 4th, 2019 | MassachusettsRealEstateDevelopment

The Top 10 Upgrades to Sell Your Home for Top Dollar Want to know what it takes to sell a luxury home in a softening market? Ask Anh-Tuan and April Truong. In the fall, Dr. Truong, a cosmetic surgeon, and Ms. Truong, a stay-at-home mother to their two children, sold their 3,200-square-foot townhome in Chicago’s […]

Allianz Real Estate of America, Beacon Capital Partners and the Pension Reserves Investment Purchase 53 State Street Boston

December 26th, 2018 | MassachusettsRealEstateDevelopment

Allianz Real Estate of America, Beacon Capital Partners and the Pension Reserves Investment Management Board purchase 53 State St. for $845 million http://nerej.com/allianz-beaconcap-and-prim-purchase-53-state-st-for-845m […]

#Massachusetts #Airbnb regulations may come soon #RealEstate #Rentals #RentalIncome #InvestmentProperty

December 23rd, 2018 | MassachusettsRealEstateDevelopment

Massachusetts Airbnb regulations could come in the next few weeks State lawmakers moving unexpectedly toward compromise bill Massachusetts lawmakers are moving toward passage of a suite of regulations for short-term rentals done through sites such as Airbnb. The regulations would require all short-term rentals to register with the state and to carry insurance. But only […]

#Charlestown Navy Yard in #Boston could get a 180-foot Ferris wheel

December 19th, 2018 | MassachusettsRealEstateDevelopment

Charlestown Navy Yard in Boston could get a 180-foot observation wheel under a new proposal Other ideas include beer gardens and paddle sports Six firms have proposed ideas for furthering what the Boston Planning and Development Agency calls an “activation” of the Charlestown Navy Yard. As the BPDA put it in a report detailing the […]

Bucking Expectations #MortgageRates Are Falling for This Unexpected Reason #Mortgages #RealEstate #Loans #Finance

December 10th, 2018 | MassachusettsRealEstateDevelopment

Bucking Expectations, Mortgage Rates Are Falling for This Unexpected Reason Unless prospective home buyers have been living under a rock, they’re probably all too familiar with the fact that mortgage rates are on the rise. And with a strong economy spurring the Federal Reserve to raise interest rates, mortgage rates are likely to continue their […]

Six #Massachusetts ZIP Codes Make to the Most Expensive Zip Codes in the United States

December 8th, 2018 | MassachusettsRealEstateDevelopment

Six Massachusetts ZIP Codes Make to the Most Expensive Zip Codes in the United States BOSTON–Six Massachusetts ZIP codes have been ranked in the list of the country’s the 100 most expensive ZIP codes in 2018. The ranking was done by PropertyShark, which aims to determine the “most exclusive residential areas in the country.” “Boston’s […]

Pending home sales complicate short-term housing outlook

December 4th, 2018 | MassachusettsRealEstateDevelopment

Pending home sales complicate short-term housing outlook The latest report on pending home sales recorded in October, released today by the National Association of Realtors, showed more signs of a short-term slowdown. NAR’s pending home sales index declined by 2.6 percent last month compared to September, but was 6.7 percent lower than Oct. 2017’s levels. […]

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