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Timothy C. Sullivan, executive director of MassHousing; James Comosa, president of Mortgage Network; Maureen Elliott, NE regional manager for Mortgage Network; and Karen E. Kelleher, deputy director for MassHousing
Mortgage Network Inc. has been honored by the Massachusetts Housing Finance Agency (MassHousing) for its commitment to providing affordable financing options to qualified first-time and low- and moderate-income borrowers. Pictured above are Timothy C. Sullivan, executive director of MassHousing;... Keep Reading....
Now here is something that you don’t see every day: The house flipping of the childhood residence of a U.S. president
Now here is something that you don’t see every day: The house flipping of the childhood residence of a U.S. president.   According to The New York Post, real estate investor Michael Davis purchased President Donald Trump’s childhood home in Queens, N.Y. for $1.39 million in December through an... more
An influx of new residents into the South Florida market is being balanced with an exodus of longtime residents who can no longer afford to live in this area
An influx of new residents into the South Florida market is being balanced with an exodus of longtime residents who can no longer afford to live in this area, according to a Florida International University (FIU) study of recent U.S. Census Bureau data.   The Miami Herald is reporting that although... more
China's largest real estate developers have belatedly joined the effort to address climate change and pollution by creating a green index to manage their cement, steel and iron suppliers
China's largest real estate developers have belatedly joined the effort to address climate change and pollution by creating a green index to manage their cement, steel and iron suppliers.   According to a Reuters report, The Real Estate Green Supply Chain Initiative covers 71 real estate companies... more
he residence of one of New York City’s most notable yet elusive celebrities is now on the market—for the first time in 63 years
The residence of one of New York City’s most notable yet elusive celebrities is now on the market—for the first time in 63 years.   According to a New York Times report, the seven-room co-op that was the home of movie icon Greta Garbo from 1954 until her death in 1990 is up for sale. The residence... more