Study: How Are Landlords Faring During the COVID-19 Pandemic? A recent study from Harvard’s Joint Center for Housing Studies asks, “How Are Landlords Faring During the COVID-19 Pandemic?” In the report, 2,500 landlords shared information about their rental property portfolios, as well as the individual rental properties themselves. Harvard’s Joint Center for Housing Studies advances
Let the kids play? Here’s what readers said about neighborhood street games. Neighborhoods may seem a little quieter this week with school back in session, but readers are practically taking to the streets over a dispute on the other side of the country. In Colorado Springs, police recently shut down a weekly kickball game on
65% of New Homes have Porches Porch-sitters take note; According to new research from the NAHB’s Eye on Housing, 65.3% new homes built in 2020 were equipped with a porch. While this might sound mundane, it marks only the 3rd time that porches have broken the 65% threshold. The data showed that porches tended to
This is what it’s like to work from home in a tiny house Tiny-home owners talk about the challenges and offer advice for working in 400 square feet or less. Continue reading at realestate.boston.com. The post This is what it’s like to work from home in a tiny house appeared first on Boston.com Real Estate.
Five Must-Know Steps to Renovating a Multifamily Apartment Property Brian Hamrick On a recent episode of the Rental Property Owner & Real Estate Investor Podcast, Brian Hamrick talked with Ken Gee the five most important steps you must follow when renovating a multifamily apartment property. Ken has over 24 years of real estate, banking, private
Luxury Home of the Week: For .45m, a Beacon Hill address where Nathaniel Hawthorne lived 54 Pinckney St., a five-level, 3,825-square-foot Federal, hit the market on Sept. 7 for $ 6,450,000. Read more on realestate.boston.com. The post Luxury Home of the Week: For $ 6.45m, a Beacon Hill address where Nathaniel Hawthorne lived appeared first