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News and information for tenants as the pandemic upends an already infamously difficult rental market
The novel coronavirus has so many people sticking close to home that it has highlighted the potential for real change when it comes to transportation. What’d you think will happen?
The pandemic has challenged my urbanist beliefs, but buildings aren’t responsible for human problems.
Where can I go for coronavirus-related housing help? Where can I find affordable housing? Answers to these and other questions here.
A new report shows declines in key measures of just how many options buyers have. Meanwhile, sales decline too.
But the coronavirus pandemic has upended just about everything housing market-wise, so these figures likely represent a peak for some time to come.
Some neighborhoods saw spikes in the number of trades during the three months ended March 30 despite the pandemic, while others saw steep drop-offs in activity.
Yes, there were records galore for condo and townhouse trades during the three months ended March 30—but the signs of change are there due to coronavirus.
It’s not an easy decision in the best of times—now with coronavirus there’s more to consider.
For some, Boston’s tallest building will always be the Hancock, and the Polish Triangle is still a neighborhood between Dot and Southie.
The Melville Park spread dates from 1880, and includes three floors of living space and a particularly eye-popping kitchen.
Hard to say. But a new analysis estimates that nearly 1 in 4 tenant and owner households regionally had trouble making the rent or the mortgage, likely due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The rustic redoubt 30 minutes from Boston was redone in 2019 and 2020, and includes four bedrooms
The two-bedroom spread near Fresh Pond has one bathroom and a very cool enclosed deck—but, really, it’s its $690,000 asking that jumps out.
Reflecting on a good thing growing in my home, as I enter my fourth week of staying indoors.
A dozen major lenders have agreed to ease payment timetables for qualified buyers in the city under a plan that Mayor Marty Walsh’s administration brokered.
But sales of single-families were up during a March that saw the novel coronavirus pandemic declared, according to the latest figures.
Just when so many tenants and prospective tenants could use a break, the numbers hold steady into April.
Never before have so many personal workspaces been cobbled together so fast in the Boston area as in the past three weeks.
These options run from the ruggedly bucolic to the mildly urban. The best part? You can easily keep a safe social distance from other hikers.
The capacious place highlights just the sorts of homes available in the slender Boston enclave—and it comes with a walk-in California closet and a Murphy bed.
The Hotel Buckminster’s shuttering underscores just how much the pandemic has dimmed the once burning-bright prospects of the region’s hospitality industry.