Housing Starts Jump 3.9% in August The U.S. government is reporting that privately‐owned housing starts in August were at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 1,615,000, which is 3.9% higher than July’s revised number. In addition, this figure is 17.4% higher than one year ago. August’s rate for units in buildings with five units or
Only pay for what you need: Will DOJ vs NAR result in fee-for-service future? For the second time in recent weeks, an industry thought-leader has pointed to Fee-for-Service / Menu of Service business models in his ongoing series: Lesson… The post Only pay for what you need: Will DOJ vs NAR result in fee-for-service future?
Best Family-Friendly Suburbs of 2021 Realtor.com says people are people pondering parenthood have long felt like they’ve landed in a high-stakes Choose Your Own Adventure story. Should they raise their family in a fun urban environment or opt for an area with lots of green space and good schools….which they say is “the real estate
What we know about the redevelopment of the old New England Casket Co. site Before it burned down in 2019, New England Casket Co. built caskets for the rich and famous. Continue reading at realestate.boston.com. The post What we know about the redevelopment of the old New England Casket Co. site appeared first on Boston.com
Hard Money vs Private Money Hard Money Vs Private Money by Tony Youngs I began my real estate career back in 1986 after I attended a seminar and purchased a home study system and then began to implement it. The course taught me how to find foreclosure properties in my county and then I would
Luxury Home of the Week: For .6m, a Back Bay brownstone crowned with coffered ceilings The condo is part of what was once a single-family home designed by acclaimed architectural firm Peabody and Stearns. Read more on realestate.boston.com. The post Luxury Home of the Week: For $ 10.6m, a Back Bay brownstone crowned with coffered