New England will lose dozens of bank branches in the next couple of years as several lenders shutter locations inside supermarkets, as persistently small margin spreads make these locations unprofitable.
The pandemic and recession aren’t over by a long shot, but many banks are feeling optimistic enough to start taking potentially “bad” loans off their books and move them back into the “good” pile.
The 252-unit, fully market-rate Timberwood Commons development at 6 Timberwood Drive was sold by Philadelphia-based Merion Realty Partners to an affiliate of Audubon Capital Partners of Boston.read more
Skyrocketing home prices across the Granite State have set off worries about residents getting locked out of homeownership, or worse – a possible future bubble.read more
A national survey by Zillow suggests a successful COVID-19 vaccine rollout could help ease the inventory crunch blamed for the rapid run-up in home prices.read more
Planning officials in Kingston have approved a massive distribution center planned for a wooded parcel next to an existing, smaller industrial property, however the building’s anchor tenant is still a mystery.read more
First came Crystal Lagoons – human-created bodies of water that can transform landlocked real estate into waterfront housing developments. Now comes Wavegarden: a water park that turns inland housing developments into surfing destinations.read more