As it celebrates a decade of successes, NAGLREP turns its focus toward getting the Equality Act through Congress.
The benefits of teaming up to buy a home are often obvious. Friends, relatives and unmarried couples increase their buying power by joining forces. However, the best way to make such a purchase and protect the legal interest of
Joining forces with friends, family members or a romantic partner to buy a home carries risks and benefits for all parties involved. Ben McKillop, branch manager at Mortgage Network, sees obvious advantages to people jointly buying a home. For
Mortgage lenders and developers regularly find themselves working with a team of agents or brokers, which comes with its own advantages and common issues.
The Boston area has been a hotspot for economic growth over the last several years, helping to grow its population and spur property development. But even the high rate of residential and commercial construction seen in the city since
Slip45 Condominiums 45 Lewis St., East Boston Developer: Lendlease Slip45 is the second condo complex built as part of the larger Clippership Wharf development along the East Boston waterfront. The first, Slip65, sold out within just eight weeks of
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More than a year after being signed into law, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act remains among the most well-known and hotly debated achievements of President Donald Trump’s administration. As the first tax filing season under the new law
When it comes to getting a clear view of the intersection of real estate and the economy, Lawrence Yun is perfectly suited to the task. The chief economist of the National Association of Realtors recently talked with us to