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40 under 40: Jasmine Jina Ortiz

Since joining Keller Williams three years ago, Ortiz has increased the numbers of Latinos purchasing residential and commercial properties and drove participation in first-time homebuyer and U.S.

Westborough office building sells for $5.75M

Sam Bonacci |

A Westborough office building at 134 Flanders Road has sold for $5.75 million for a healthy bump over its last sales price in 2005.

July home sales faltered; condo prices remain high

Worcester and Middlesex counties mostly followed a statewide trend of lower home sales in July with a continued increase in prices for condominiums, according to The Warren Group.

Rise in foreclosures adds urgency to push for local mitigation powers

STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE |

Activists and homeowners Tuesday pushed the Legislature to clarify the rights of municipalities to try to prevent foreclosures and minimize their damage.

Providence & Worcester railroad to be bought for $126M

Sam Bonacci |

The Providence & Worcester Railroad Co. headquartered in Worcester is under an agreement to be bought by Genesee & Wyoming Inc., which operates connected lines throughout Connecticut and...

Northborough firm completes five-property leasing spree

Sam Bonacci |

An 87,000 square-foot leasing spree has been completed by Northborough’s Greater Boston Commercial Properties, the company announced Friday.

Converted Southborough chapel sells for $489K

Sam Bonacci |

A Southborough chapel converted into an office building has been sold to an investment group for $489,000, with plans to make improvements to the structure.

Mass. home sale agreements continue climbing

STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE |

The Massachusetts Association of Realtors reported July pending sales of single-family homes were up 8.5 percent versus a year before and condominium sales were up 6.5 percent.

Worcester Auditorium opens doors; city seeking developers

Sam Bonacci |

In a push to spur redevelopment of the Worcester Auditorium, the city and Preservation Worcester will open the moth-balled building's doors this August to tours.

Bucking two-year trend, Middlesex foreclosures drop 5%

Sam Bonacci |

While foreclosures overall in Massachusetts hit their 28th month of increases in June, Middlesex County reserved that trend and posted a year-over-year decline of 5.1 percent.

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