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5 areas agents focus on when getting a home ready to market
5 areas agents focus on when getting a home ready to market

Realtors weigh in on paint colors, updates needed and more before getting a home ready to market.

Housing observers expect February job gains to continue
Housing observers expect February job gains to continue

“More jobs are very likely, due to the near certain passage of the $1.9 trillion stimulus package and from two million vaccinations per day,” National Association of Realtors chief economist Lawrence Yun said in a release.

How will the stimulus bill help real estate?
How will the stimulus bill help real estate?

The stimulus bill includes aid for state and local governments, new homeowners, small businesses and renters.

Coldwell Banker announces 2020 year-end award winners
Coldwell Banker announces 2020 year-end award winners

Real estate professionals from across the country were recognized for exceptional sales production and leadership last year.

Doyle’s Cafe could return with new development
Doyle’s Cafe could return with new development

The legendary Doyle’s Cafe may have a rebirth thanks to a local developer. The iconic bar closed its doors in October 2019 after being in business for nearly 140 years.

Jack Conway launches new iBuyer service
Jack Conway launches new iBuyer service

A new iBuyer program is now available to Boston sellers with Conway’s Conway Seller Select.

Confalone named Greater Boston Association of Realtors president
Confalone named Greater Boston Association of Realtors president

Dino Confalone is the new president of the Greater Boston Association of Realtors, bringing more than 30 years of experience to the position.

U.S. House passes Equality Act to prohibit discrimination
U.S. House passes Equality Act to prohibit discrimination

The House of Representatives has approved the Equality Act, which establishes legal safeguards to prevent discrimination in housing based on sexual orientation.

Black Knight: Mortgage forbearances finish February with weekly increase
Black Knight: Mortgage forbearances finish February with weekly increase

The increase follows a decline earlier in February that cut the number of homeowners in forbearance plans to less than 2.7 million, the first dip below that threshold since April 2020.

State COVID restrictions relaxed, but what about open houses?
State COVID restrictions relaxed, but what about open houses?

Relaxed social-distancing restrictions begin for Massachusetts businesses on March 1, but what does it mean for open houses?

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