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Nominal trustee not liable for lead paint on property

A woman who held title to rented property as a nominal trustee of a real estate trust could not be sued for an illegal...

Housing downturn isn’t just hard on sellers

For local real estate agents, it's survival of the fittest Part of the allure of the real estate market is the ability to make a...

What the heck is a condotel?

Have you ever dreamed of living in a hotel? Just imagine: You'd have housekeepers, valet drivers, room service and more -- all there to...

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Housing downturn isn’t just hard on sellers

For local real estate agents, it's survival of the fittest Part of the allure of the real estate market is the ability to make a...

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Senators Markey and Warren Request Release of Low-Income Home Energy Program...

Massachusetts Democratic Senators Edward J. Markey and Elizabeth Warren today asked Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services to release the remaining ten percent of Low-Income Home Energy Assistance (LIHEAP) funds, amounting to approximately $300 million, to help families in Massachusetts and across the nation who need help heating and cooling their homes. Massachusetts has received nearly $131 million in LIHEAP funding thus far this year. Nearly 200,000 Massachusetts families, including households with seniors, the disabled and veterans, rely on LIHEAP each year.