Tagged: Real Estate

Northland Residential to Develop 60 #Townhouses in #Milton #Massachusetts #RealEstateAttorney

May 15th, 2019 | Real Estate


#Boston #Massachusetts Owner Occupants Can Now Rent Space Within Their Homes to Create Rental Units #RetirementIncome #EstatePlanning

May 13th, 2019 | Real Estate


Competition lawsuits roiling the industry

April 29th, 2019 | Real Estate

Real estate has been hit with multiple legal challenges to the status quo, particularly in how agents get paid. The first suit, filed in federal district court in Chicago, takes aim at a rule it says was instituted by the National Association of Realtors that requires all brokers to offer broker compensation to the buyer […]

This Week in #Boston #Massachusetts Real Estate: Millennial movers and presidential hires

April 27th, 2019 | Real Estate


Ian Gillespie Paints a Risky Picture of Boston Office Market but Bullish on Multifamily

April 24th, 2019 | Real Estate

BOSTON—Boston real estate developer and observer Ian Gillespie says that if there is a downturn, Boston office market will become a house of cards. In an exclusive Face-to-Face interview with Boston Real Estate Times, Mr. Gillespie said that Boston real estate has seen many severe recessions in recent years, starting in 1988, then during the […]

What Every #RealEstateInvestor Should do Before Buying an #ApartmentBuilding #RealEstateAttorney #RealEstateDevelopment #Boston #Massachusetts

April 21st, 2019 | Real Estate

6 Actions Every Investor Should do Before Buying an Apartment Building PALO ALTO, CA — Investment in multifamily properties continues to be one of the most attractive play’s in today’s real estate market. Whether you are a first-time investor or an existing apartment owner, here are the top six things to remember before your next […]

Will #Boston #Massachusetts #RealEstate #HomeBuyers see less competition this year?

April 19th, 2019 | Real Estate

Will Boston buyers see less competition this year? After a fiercely competitive start to the home buying and selling season in 2018, interest rates began climbing toward what would be a seven-year high in November. A year later, with mortgage rates back down and the daffodils coming up, which market can homebuyers expect to find […]

This Week in Boston Real Estate: Affordable housing and ADUs

April 14th, 2019 | Real Estate

City’s affordable housing plan hits the ground running In an appearance for Bisnow’s Boston Affordable Housing Conference April 9, Mayor Marty Walsh touted the city’s progress toward an ambitious building agenda. According to figures released by the city related to its Inclusionary Development Policy (IDP), the city added 546 new units of affordable housing in […]

Consumer confidence in housing market surges

April 11th, 2019 | Real Estate

Surveys of American consumers continue to point to renewed optimism in the housing market. Fannie Mae’s Home Purchase Sentiment Index approached an all-time high reading in March, gaining five points over February to reach 89.8. This was driven by greater numbers of survey respondents who believed it was a good time to buy as well […]

Boston Mayor Walsh Commits $20.6 Million to Support Housing Efforts

April 7th, 2019 | Real Estate

BOSTON – Building on his commitment to expanding access to affordable housing opportunities and combating chronic homelessness in Boston, Mayor Martin J. Walsh  announced $20.6 million in City funds to support housing efforts as part of the Mayor’s Fiscal Year 2020 (FY20) operating budget proposal. The City investments to sustain and expand its housing goals […]

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