Can you mine new housing inventory and leads for real estate agents from homes whose owners haven’t even made the firm decision to sell? That’s the bet a new local startup is making.
Mike Leyba helps lead City Life Vida Urbana, the most vocal and prominent of Greater Boston’s tenant advocacy groups, a position that makes him a powerful voice in Boston’s debate over rent stabilization policies.
While banks and credit unions have long dominated the market for home equity lines of credit, Massachusetts has seen other lenders – both familiar and new – make headway in the second mortgage market amid rapid changes to the industry.
Booms and busts are a natural part of capitalism, but there’s something rather perverse about this particular bust.
A big bump in commuter rail ridership shows what’s possible with a better-resourced MBTA and a regional rail system ready to support more transit-oriented housing construction.
Anyone who has experienced a buyer’s market with few transactions and plunging prices is familiar with the concept of “chasing the market down.” Here’s how to help your sellers from making that terrible mistake.
It’s OK that you’re getting laid off. You’re saving the economy from inflation.
A massive fire devastated Chelsea for the second time in its history 49 years ago this month. What followed was an investment boom still paying dividends today.