April 27, 2015 | Updated 12:27pm

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Apr. 27 Issue

Inside B&T

Living In Luxury

Some see a bubble forming amid the luxury apartment tower boom as developers tout “free...

From Perry Mason To Title Insurance

Michael Krone has spent his career as an attorney keenly attuned to the business side of the...

A Good Fit For Converse

It was built as a Schrafft candy factory when Teddy Roosevelt was president, and later used by...

‘It’s A Little Bit Like Talking About Black Magic’

Neoscape connects real estate developers, architects and landlords with prospective clients. The...

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Total Absorption

Using Home Prices To Predict The Pats' Chances

While most Las Vegas oddmakers have the Seattle Seahawks as slight favorites to win Super Bowl XLIX Feb. 1 in Phoenix, along comes mortgage site HSH.com with some data indicating that Bill Belichick’s charges have the upper hand.

Weighted Assets

Online College Is Taking Women’s Education To The Next Level

ICYMI, this week's issue of B&T features a special section on continuing education programs for bankers. And in the process of researching that article, I got to learn about a really awesome college not included in the paper, The American Women's College.

Housing Scene

Get out of court free card

Have lenders discovered new way around judicial foreclosure?

Updated Monday, Apr. 27 @ 12:26pm

Current News

Bay State Foreclosure Deeds Decline By Double-Digits In February

Foreclosure deeds in Massachusetts fell by 14.6 percent in February, marking the second consecutive month of decreases, according to The Warren Group, publisher of Banker & Tradesman. Deeds, or completed foreclosures, mark the final step in the foreclosure process.

Shawmut Breaks Ground On $41M Mount Wachusett Community College Additions

Shawmut Design and Construction last week broke ground on a $41 million project at Mount Wachusett Community College.

BRA Approves Changes For East Boston Apartment Tower

The Boston Redevelopment Authority has approved Portland, Ore.-based developer Gerding Edlen's plans for an all-new, 16-story residential tower in East Boston.

Community Good Works

Bay State Savings Bank, Debbie Blais Real Estate Inc., North Brookfield Savings Bank and more are featured in our weekly roundup of organizations giving back to their communities.

Roche Bros. Readies For Downtown Opening

Wellesley-based grocery chain Roche Bros. opens its new 25,000-square-foot supermarket on Wednesday in the Burnham Building at Boston's Downtown Crossing.

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Bay State Single-Family Home Sales, Prices Climb In February

Listen in as Cassidy Murphy, editorial director, discusses real estate activity in February.



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Charlie In Charge
Can Charlie Baker fix the MBTA?

  • No, money is going to fix the MBTA, and the state needs to give the MBTA more of it.
  • It’s worth a shot. Any new leadership is better than the MBTA’s old board.
  • Yes, I’ve been very impressed with how he’s taken charge of the issue.

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