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Feb. 25 Issue

Inside B&T

Amateur Hour

Just what is it about Boston that keeps attracting wealthy travel company chiefs and parking lot...

Two Big Recessions, Too Little Savings

The impending exodus of the Baby Boom generation out of the workforce and into retirement is...

SJC Case Could Change Brokerage As We Know It

It could be the end of the world as brokers know it, or it could give them the green light to...

Can You Keep It Down?

With intimate views of I-93 ramps, commuter rail switchyards and the Boston Sand & Gravel plant,...

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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?


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Current News

 
 
Bay State Single-Family Home Sales Decline In January

Single-family home sales in Massachusetts fell almost 2 percent in January, marking the first time sales have decreased since September 2014, according to a new report from The Warren Group, publisher of Banker & Tradesman.

Bay State Foreclosure Petitions Decrease Month-Over-Month In December

Foreclosure petition activity in the Bay State fell month-over-month in December, posting a 12.7 percent decrease, according to The Warren Group, publisher of Banker & Tradesman.

Trillium Brewing Co. Opens Second Location

Boston-based brewery Trillium Brewing Co. has opened a second location in Canton.

Developer Proposes 76-Unit Residential Complex In Egleston Square

By Steve Adams

A development partnership has filed plans to build a 76-unit multifamily complex at 3200 Washington St. in Boston's Jamaica Plain neighborhood.

Cambridge Multifamily Sale Sets High-Water Mark

By Steve Adams

Zurich Alternative Asset Management has acquired The Wyeth, a three-building luxury apartment complex in North Cambridge, from Boston-based developer Broder Properties for $39 million.

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Mass. Single-Family Home Sales Increase In Oct.

Tune in as Tim Warren, CEO of The Warren Group, discusses the October real estate activity in the Bay State.

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