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Mass. Realtors confidence down again

Michael Novinson |

The state's Realtors group said year-over-year confidence among its members in market activity fell for the fifth straight month, though confidence in home prices continues to rise.

MetroWest office vacancy steady; rents rising


According to a new report from Boston-based Transwestern RBJ shows that the office vacancy rate for MetroWest held steady at 21 percent for the first quarter as Class A properties continue to outpace...

March pending home sales highest since '04

Michael Novinson |

Pending single-family homes sales rose for the 13th consecutive month in March, according to the state's Realtors' group.

Warren Group: 'Robust' market leads to another drop in foreclosures

Emily Micucci |

Foreclosure petitions, the first step in the home foreclosure process, dropped 48.7 percent for the month of February compared to a year earlier, The Warren Group reported.

Southborough Office Park slated for upgrades after $16M sale

Emily Micucci |

Southborough Office Park on Turnpike Road has been sold for approximately $16 million and the new owner is planning to upgrade and reposition a portion of it for redevelopment, according to...

Work done on Hopkinton apartment project

Michael Novinson |

Construction has concluded on a $45 million, 240-unit apartment complex in Hopkinton, the developers announced Monday.

Redevelopment gains traction in Ashland

Emily Micucci |

Ashland officials are celebrating the recent sale and future occupation of a formerly vacant warehouse building as a significant step toward achieving economic development goals.

Townsend shopping center acquired for $6.25M

Michael Novinson |

A retail complex in Townsend has been purchased by a Miami-based real estate investment group for $6.25 million.

Marlborough office building sold for $5.3M

Michael Novinson |

A Boston-based real estate investment firm has purchased a large, vacant office building for $5.26 million.

Single-family home sales down; condo sales, prices up in February

Emily Micucci |

Low housing inventory caused prices to climb as single-family home sales dropped in February, marking the third time sales declined in the last four months, The Warren Group reported.

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