From the BBJ: No money? No problem, says a team of federal regulators hashing out industry-wide home lending standards. In a victory for banks, a new proposal for the so-called “Qualified Residential Mortgage” rule is much less restrictive than the original version published in 2011. The new standards allow no-down-payment options and protect banks from [...]
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Yikes. Nordblom Co., owner of the old Teradyne Building right across the street from the Ink Block project in the near South End, has filed plans through an apparent subsidiary to construct two buildings on the site of the adjacent Graybar industrial facility (see above) on Harrison Avenue. The project would total 515,000 square feet, [...]
How did we miss this? Gisele Bundchen and some loser guy she’s married to have officially closed on their purchase of land from Pine Manor College in Brookline for a new home, the BBJ has reported. We vow this to our readers: Never again will we be so late to jump on a story that [...]
The Boston Business Journal has a prominent story today on the rising prices of condos in Boston. In the story, the BBJ kindly quoted me and ran a photo of yours truly. The crux of the piece: From January through March, 505 condos sold in the dozen downtown neighborhoods, up 8.3 percent from the same [...]
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From the Wall Street Journal: The U.S. housing market has broken out of a deep slump, and prices are shooting up faster than anyone thought possible a year ago. For many homeowners, that is a cause for celebration. But the speed at which prices are rising is prompting murmurs of concern that the Federal Reserve’s [...]
The popular Vila Mexico Cafe at the Grampy’s Gas Station on Beacon Hill recently closed and was supposed to reopen across the road on Cambridge Street, between the Liberty Hotel and MGH. But it’s recently opened a “pop up” restaurant on Medford Street in Somerville. No word about opening a permanent site on Cambridge Street.
DeLuca’s Market is exploring whether to have indoor seating when and if it ever opens again on Charles Street, perhaps five tables to accommodate 20 people, the Beacon Hill Times reports. There was a meeting scheduled for last night about its various zoning requests. Possible updates to come.