Real Estate Recap

This Week in Real Estate: Floating homes and a $90 million listing

What happened this week in the wide world of real estate? Let us tell you: •In a warming planet, are floating homes our salvation? The New York Times explores the work of a Dutch architect who is innovating in that

This Week in Boston Real Estate: Architects, Trump and Millennials

This was a busy week in Boston’s real estate market, which saw the following developments: •The Boston Society of Architects did not respond kindly to the AIA’s support of President-elect Donald Trump. •As the political landscape shifts in America, so will

This Week in Boston Real Estate: community resistance and high-rise economics

What happened in Boston’s real estate universe this week? Allow us to tell you: •Facing community resistance, GE is keeping the famed pedestrian bridge in Fort Point. •Are high rises to blame for Boston’s high housing prices? Not exactly, new research

This Week in Boston Real Estate: Historic demos and Southie Redevelopment

What happened this week in the real estate world? Allow us to tell you: •GE wants to destroy a historic bridge as it develops its new headquarters, but its facing local resistance. •Say what? Boston’s old city hall is

This Week in Boston Real Estate: Compromises, Crackberries and politics

From compromises to the death of a storied piece of technology, this week provided plenty of fodder for real estate agents: •Mortgage rates are now at their lowest level in more than two months, with the 30-year FRM down

This Week in Boston Real Estate: Architectural clashes and historic lighthouses

From an architectural clash to the nation’s oldest lighthouse, this week provided plenty of fodder for the real estate community: •A proposed retail development in North End is facing stiff community resistance for its modern look, which some say

This Week in Boston Real Estate: Gentrification, prices, and Airbnb

From gentrification trends to a home that cannot help but get hit by cars, this week provided many real estate stories of intrigue: •Everyone knows how unaffordable Boston is, but this stat still shocks – according to Boston Magazine,

This Week in Boston Real Estate: Messy garages, Irish billionaires and more

The final full week of August brought a treasure trove of interesting real estate stories, including: •More and more homeowners are looking to clean up their embarrassingly messy garages, and are downright giddy at the possibilities. The Wall Street Journal documents

This Week in Boston Real Estate: A record-setting home sale, a new amenity trend and more

It was a busy week in Boston residential real estate, as usual. If you’re out of the loop, don’t worry – we’ve got you covered. Are restaurants-in-residence the next big amenity trend? This week, the Boston Globe looked into how developers

This Week in Boston Real Estate: Voting on Boston development initiatives, “Pokémon Go,” and more

Lots of exciting things happened this week in the world of real estate. Top stories this week included the “Imagine Boston 2030” campaign, a map of catchable Pokémon in Boston, and more. If you missed any of this week’s

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