Spotlights

It takes careful work and planning to pay your taxes. So call us when you are ready! - by Paul Dion

Paul Dion, CPA, is a certified public accountant and president of Paul Dion CPA, Millbury, Mass.  ...

“G6” restrictions of 1031 exchange proceeds: Why exchangers can’t have access to exchange funds - by Lynne Bagby

SECTION 1.1031(k)-1(g)(6) In a deferred exchange, U.S. Treasury Regulations, Section 1.1031(k)-1(g)(6), require stipulations in the excha...

Representing condominium developers - by Saul Feldman

Developer Conduct The Massachusetts Condominium Statute, Chapter 183A, is merely an enabling act, Tosney v. Chelmsford Village Condominium ...

Overall the market continues to be upbeat and positive, our industry should see continued growth - by David O'Sullivan

David O’Sullivan, AIA, is the president of O’Sullivan Architects, Inc., Reading, Mass. ...

There is a lack of good quality hotels for sale at a time where there is great buyer demand - by Earle Wason

Earle Wason, CCIM, is the president and owner of Wason Associates Hospitality Real Estate Brokerage Group, Portsmouth, N.H. ...

You can help save 1031 as tax reform looms - by Patricia Flowers

Now is the time, Congress is listening…Link to http://take-action.ipx1031.com/ to learn more and show your support. Here you can get ...

Specialization of the apparaiser - by Bill Pastuszek

William Pastuszek, Jr., MAI, SRA, MRA is the principal of Shepherd Associates, Newton Center, Mass. ...

Putting e-signatures to work - by Jason Curtin

Jason Curtin is an associate with Krokidas & Bluestein, LLP, Boston, Mass. ...

Disruptive technology in real estate: Minor impact or sea change - by Daniel Calano

Daniel Calano, CRE, is the managing partner and principal of Prospectus, LLC, Cambridge, Mass. ...

Main Street – The New Reality - Michael Gallerani

Michael Gallerani is the executive director of  Brockton 21st Century Corp., Brockton, Mass. ...