1031 tax-deferred exchanges will continue to trend upward in 2019 - by Brendan Greene

While it is nearly impossible to predict what the future holds for the real estate market and 1031 exchanges, we believe that the low interest rates will help keep the real estate market strong for investors and developers

Advancing the abatement of blighted mill buildings through court-supervised mastership - by John Dorsey Jr.

In Rhode Island, there is a well-established precedent of Court-supervised proceedings to liquidate insolvent real estate projects, including projects that have a historical mill building component, through what is known

Two Universal Window and Door projects earn 2019 Boston Preservation Alliance Awards

Boston, MA Universal Window and Door, a manufacturer of custom window solutions for historic restoration and commercial construction projects, provided the historic replica windows for a pair of projects that were recently

It is the best of restaurant times, it is the worst of restaurant times - by Dennis Serpone

I love the opening line of Charles Dickens, “A Tale of Two Cities”. Like politics, trends in the hospitality industry are felt locally. We elect officials locally for national positions.

Now is an opportune time to review your insurance coverage in the context of a catastrophic event - by Spence Macalaster

Throughout 2018 the catastrophic weather and fire events have been significant, with major hurricanes hitting Texas, Florida and the Caribbean, major fires in California, an earthquake in Mexico, Florence hitting North Carolina

Inspired Technology and Communications upgrades Christopher’s Haven Boston residence

Boston, MA Inspired Technology and Communications, LLC (ITC), donated their time, products and expert service to install leading, contemporary technology products at Christopher’s Haven, a nonprofit organization

Continuing education inside and outside of the classroom important for property managers - by Brenna Barr

Work-life balance, technology, and accountability are just a few of the topics that are part of the mandatory 30 hours of training that each member of the team is required to participate in on an annual basis.

Aldon Electric completes services for 171,244 s/f Radius Apartments project for Mount Vernon Co.

Brighton, MA Aldon Electric, Inc. completed electrical construction of the six-story, 171,244 s/f Radius Aparments project at 530 Western Ave. The core and shell electrical construction

The Davis Companies hires Edwards as vice president of investments

Boston, MA  The Davis Companies has hired Rachel Edwards as vice president of investments. In this role, Edwards will be responsible for expanding Davis’ existing multifamily investment business,

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