Modular building innovation could be the future of Boston

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By Mike Ross | The Boston Globe | April 6, 2015 AS I recently watched my 7-year-old nephew effortlessly assemble a fabulous building from Lego pieces, it gave me an idea about Boston’s housing needs. Maybe Boston officials and developers could learn something from him and those easy-to-use reusable blocks. The city must find more […]

Boston 2024 bid officer presents Olympic case

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Boston 2024 chief bid officer Erin Murphy explained why the city should host the Summer Olympics on Wednesday night at North­eastern, saying that the Games rep­re­sent a huge eco­nomic oppor­tu­nity for Massachusetts.

Boston housing market working to match supply and demand

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Demand for housing in Boston is currently out of line with supply, according to the 12th annual Greater Boston Housing Report Card of 2014-2015, released Tuesday by The Boston Foundation.

Housing affordability worsening in Boston area, study says

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Young adults and their aging parents are engaged in an escalating and increasingly expensive struggle for one of Greater Boston’s scarcest resources: an affordable place to live.

Report: Tight Boston Housing Market Is Squeezing Out Renters — Especially Working Families

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WBUR | March 18, 2015 An annual report finds that the cost of housing in Greater Boston is soaring as the area simultaneously faces a serious housing shortage. The report’s most troubling finding is that there’s a major mismatch between the type of housing available and what’s needed in the city. Issued Wednesday morning by The Boston […]

Report Highlights Boston’s Escalating Housing Crisis

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WBUR | March 18, 2015 Here’s a fact: greater Boston is experiencing and urban renaissance. Also fact: greater Boston is experiencing an escalating housing crisis. Just how long can the two realities coexist before something has to give? Before the significant advances the region has made begin to slip away, simply because it’s too expensive […]

America’s Most Overpriced Cities In 2015

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Thanks to its plethora of universities, arts organizations, top-notch health care institutions, and strong start-up culture, Boston is a great place to build a career and life. Salaries in the metro area are relatively high, with a median family income of $87,317, 12th among the largest metros in the nation. In Boston, that high income level matters–because the one thing the area doesn’t offer residents is a cheap cost of living.

Hispanic areas lag in housing recovery

Hispanic communities were particularly vulnerable to unscrupulous lenders during the last housing boom and the hardest hit by the bust, experiencing the sharpest drop and slowest recovery in home values, according to a study to be released Monday.

A Long Look at Little Places: Micro-Apartment in Dorchester

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We know that micro-apartments are all the rage. They’re usually in the Seaport District for people too restless to lounge at home for an extended period of time. But these tiny towers of human slumber have been around in city life longer than we might consciously realize.

Rising prices, falling rates give boost to jumbo loans

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The number of jumbo loans used for home purchases has skyrocketed in Massachusetts, as buyers take out bigger mortgages to pay for increasingly expensive homes. Lenders, from local banks to mortgage giants, say that at least 30 percent of their loans are now jumbos, compared with about 10 percent in recent years, fueled by a market where home prices in some communities have now surged past prerecession highs.

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