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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


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


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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