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February

23

2018

The Patriot Ledger » Sean Philip Cotter
Quincy: Taxes skyrocket for mid-size apt buildings

QUINCY --- Rents are expected to rise in the city's mid-size apartment buildings as tax assessments for properties between eight to 50 units have jumped by a median of 22 percent compared to 2017.

February

23

2018

Everett Independent
Everett: OKs TND's plan for 77 senior apartments

EVERETT --- With a strong history of producing affordable housing in Chelsea and then Revere, The Neighborhood Developers received a crucial OK in Everett recently as the zoning board of appeals approved TND's proposal to build 77 mixed-income apartments for seniors at the former St. Therese Church site on Broadway.

February

23

2018

Daily Hampshire Gazette » Scott Merzbach
Homeownership: Buyers more keen on education

Veteran homebuyer educator Donna Cabana says one good byproduct of the 2008 housing crisis is that buyers are more interested in educating themselves before they buy. Programs like MHP ONe Mortgage require that buyers take a class prior to purchase.

February

22

2018

WBUR/Dorchester Reporter » Simon Rios
Mattapan: Car lot site seen as symbol of rebirth

MATTAPAN --- Longtime neighborhood advocates see the impending redevelopent of the boarded-up Cote Ford dealership as a symbol of renewed investment in Mattapan. To be developed into 76 mixed-income apartments, it's said to be the first project in Mattapan to receive federal low-income housing tax credits since 2006. By comparison, Dorchester has had nine since that time. The site is being co-developed by Carribean Integration Community Development and the Archdiocese's Planning Office for Urban Affairs.

February

22

2018

Boston Globe » Scott Kirsner
Opinion: Kirsner's fantasy letter includes housing

Innovation Economy columnist Scott Kirsner drafts an imaginary letter that he would like to see Hub and state officials send to Massachusetts business owners. Second on the list behind transportation - lobby your local government to approve more workforce housing.

February

22

2018

Salem News » Mary Markos
Peabody: Developer wants inclusionary law eased

PEABODY --- Developer Warren Innis has asked that the trigger for the 15 percent inclusionary zoning requirement in the city's single-family zone be raised from 15 to 30 units, which if approved, would make his proposed Stonegate project of 24 single family homes exempt from providing affordable units. The planning board OK"d the proposal, sending it to the city council for approval. One councilor expressed surprise that the planning board OK'd it and the developer proposed it for the entire city.

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