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Tagged: realestatelaw

Is Your Seller Disclosure Complete or Hiding Something? How to Tell

March 1st, 2019 | realestatelaw

Soon after making an offer on a home, buyers will receive a document called a seller disclosure. Read it carefully! This is not a piece of paperwork you want to slide by with a mere cursory glance. A seller disclosure form is basically a list of everything the seller knows about the condition of his […]

Wells Fargo Responds to California #ClassActionLawsuit #RealEstateLaw #Mortgage

February 10th, 2019 | realestatelaw

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 […]

Real Estate Slowdown Rattles #Investors #Flipping

January 7th, 2019 | realestatelaw

Home flipping, never exactly an undertaking for the faint-hearted, is getting riskier. Again. Sound familiar? Americans have long had a love affair with the seductive gamble of snagging cheap fixer-uppers, rehabbing ’em, then reselling fast, hopefully for a sweet, sweet profit. But this national obsession became a national nightmare during the housing crash, when swollen […]

What Is Subletting? How to #Sublet and Not Get Burned #RealEstate #Attorney

January 3rd, 2019 | realestatelaw

What Is Subletting? How to Sublet and Not Get Burned What is subletting? Subletting is an arrangement in which someone rents a home from someone else who is already renting the property. It can be a lifesaver for both tenants seeking short-term digs, as well as those who must vacate their rental (temporarily or permanently) before their […]

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

December 23rd, 2018 | realestatelaw

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 […]

Can You Get a Mortgage With a Credit Freeze?

December 7th, 2018 | realestatelaw

Can You Get a Mortgage With a Credit Freeze? Credit freezes are a hot topic these days. With security breaches cropping up at banks, retailers, and even credit reporting agencies (hello, Equifax), many Americans fear that hackers might access their personal data and open new credit lines in their name. That’s where a credit freeze can help. This […]

GB Properties wrote a quick list of tips for tenant retention, it is short and sweet #RealEstateInvestment #Condominiums

December 4th, 2018 | realestatelaw

Our friends at GB Properties wrote a quick list of tips for tenant retention, it is short and sweet, but to the point. Read the article here >>> http://ow.ly/QhYY30mNVKy #bldup #gbproperties #boston #propertymanagement #realestate […]

#EastBoston #Residential building will replace salvage yard along #BorderStreet #NewConstruction #Massachusetts #RealEstateDevelopment #BostonClosingAttorney

November 30th, 2018 | realestatelaw

East Boston residential building will replace salvage yard along Border Street Five-story building would have 18 units with eight parking spaces A developer has won Zoning Board of Appeals approval to replace a salvage yard at 277 Border Street in busy, busy East Boston with a five-story residential building. It’s unclear whether the units in […]

#Boston #SeaportDistrict #HousingPrices 2018 average $2,200-plus a square foot #BostonRealEstatePrices #RealEstateAttorney

November 30th, 2018 | realestatelaw

Seaport District housing prices at the end of 2018 average $2,200-plus a square foot Pair of higher-end condo developments drives the mean The average asking price for Seaport District homes as of late November was $2,238 a square foot, according to an analysis from real estate research site NeighborhoodX. That the enclave should boast such […]

Eight #Boston #Architecture Firms Make to the List of Top 50 #ArchitectureFirms in the US #Massachusetts #RealEstateDevelopment #NewConstruction #BuildingDesign

November 29th, 2018 | realestatelaw

Eight Boston Architecture Firms Make to the List of Top 50 Architecture Firms in the US BOSTON–Eight Boston architecture firms have made the list of Top 50 Architecture Firms in the United States, with Boston-based William Rawn Associates ranked as number three. The list of the Top 50 Architecture firm for 2018 was compiled by […]

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