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110 Atlantic Ave, Boston, MA 02110

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287 Pleasant Street, Northampton, MA 01060

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392 South Broadway, Lawrence, MA 01843

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130 W Boylston Street, Worcester, MA 01606

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Worcester

50 Washington Avenue, Chelsea, MA 02150

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1 Roundhouse Plaza, Northampton, MA 01060

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113 Mount Auburn Street, Watertown, MA 02472

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50 Washington Avenue, Chelsea, MA 02150

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  • Your defeat of Net Neutrality has paved the way for increases in Internet billing. Hope it was worth it. Fox News isn't always right you know. Web usage-based billing on its way Alex Sherman, Bloomberg News Thursday, December 1, 2011 Print E-mail Share Comments (45) Font | Size: 121 Hulu/ Netflix via Bloomberg Hulu (left) and Netflix, film and TV show streaming sites, have driven up Internet demand, prompting providers to start charging based on data use. View Larger Image Get Quote Symbol Lookup Most Popular Bloomberg headlines U.S. Stocks Fall as Massachusetts Sues Lenders Merkel Shuns ECB Role in Favor of Budget Limits Dollar Proves Best Bet as Investors Shun Stocks Spanish, French Bonds Climb After Auctions U.S. Jobless Claims Unexpectedly Rise The days of watching movies on the cheap via the Web may soon be over. Time Warner Cable and U.S. pay-TV companies, weighing how to profit from surging Internet demand spurred by Netflix and Hulu, are on the verge of instituting new fees on Web-access customers who use the most data. At least one major cable operator will institute usage-based billing next year, predicts Craig Moffett, an analyst with Sanford C. Bernstein & Co. in New York. He said Cox Communications, Charter Communications or Time Warner Cable may be first to charge Web-access customers for the amount of data they consume, not just transmission speed. "As more video shifts to the Web, the cable operators will inevitably align their pricing models," Moffett said. "With the right usage-based pricing plan, they can embrace the transition instead of resisting it." U.S. providers have weighed usage-based plans for years as a way to squeeze more profit from Web access, and to counter slowing growth and rising program costs in the TV business. While customer complaints hampered earlier attempts, pay-TV companies are testing usage caps and price structures that point to the advent of permanent fees. According to media researcher SNL Kagan, about 12.1 million U.S. households will receive TV shows and movies from Internet services rather than a traditional pay TV provider by 2015, up from 2.5 million homes at the end of 2010. Cable's best option is to find ways to profit from the online shift, said Moffett. If the companies were to lose all of their video customers, the revenue decline would be more than offset by a lower programming fees and set-top box spending. "In the end, it will be the best thing that ever happened to the cable industry," Moffett said. Read more: http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2011/11/30/BU7A1M6257.DTL#ixzz1fJIuC1ko
  • If you can't afford it you shouldn't have it. I'm more than willing to bet you're using your welfare check to pay for your internet connection anyway.
  • You're welcome. -I don't give 2 sh!ts what TV companies cry about when I have to watch 15 minutes of commercials for every hour of programming. You're probably not old enough to remember but when cable tv first came out it was billed as commercial free and that was the reason to pay for it. Cable tv is now no different than public tv that programs you with advertisements. I've personally dropped all the pay channels and resorted to basic programming for news. Actually they just threw in the cable with my internet service. I also refrain from internet news videos since they too push advertising. My point is that americans will get tired of it and stop watching. I DID.
  • Cap Moons cannot be defined by Dad troubles. My Dad was /is the best,he has Cap Moon too. There were more girls in my family than boys and Dad raised the bar on any future males in his girls life. First off he loved ,respected my Mother and it was obvious he adored her,and he made sure his girls understood how valuable we were. We had a family business,so unlike many,the children were scheduled in to work as well.I wasn't initially happy until he started giving me a paycheck at 9 years old. So, my Dad was always around teaching us about business.It was definitely a close family . I had Great Parents Those definition you read about don't define my Moon or Sun,My household as well as my outside community was very unique,my childhood includes many noted influential role models that were part of our lives. As a child you really don't see how blessed you are,but as an adult ,I could not have asked for a better foundation..I learned so much from my Dad and he took the time to make sure,we were ready for the world and had the right tools for success. Cap Moon for me is not about divorce Oh My Man is the same, Libra Sun and Cap Moon as my Dad,not intentionally because we met as tots..more like soul mates.
  • Did you think the cable/satellite industry was going to let the end around run forever? What do you think legislated, mandated, internet access to the poor is doing for pricing? Seems to me that you can thank both parties....as usual.
  • What, you thought that people could keep demanding larger and larger data streams from the internet without having to pay more?
  • An yet another liberal who wants to give the government total control over the media..
  • Big deal, my Health-care has went up even more dramatically. Im laughing actually ! Hey, i know. Lets make it a mandate so that you have no other choice but to pay for it...lol
  • It looks now like Circuit City will be closing completely when the bankruptcy is done. There doesn't seem like any hope for the future since they are out of money and out of lenders to loan them money. So all the stores will be going out of business as the bankruptcy progresses. Maybe January..
  • My landlord and I have a written agreement that I will be there a minium of one year. He has fallen behind on his mortgage and his home is in foreclosure so I think he is trying to Short sale his home. He wants us out in 45 days but he is still taking our money. What bases is he trying to evict us on if there is no Purchase and Sales Agreement that someone is buying his home.
  • Thank everyone for their responses. I just want to pay my rent and not have to worry about moving my family in the winter. He says 45 days it gets cold here in Massachusetts. I am just going to throw this one out there and say that I am going to continue to pay my rent and if we end up going to court I have all of my Money Order receipts for rent. Also included in the letter he states that people will be coming by the home to look at it so he wants me to let them in. I work and I am not always home. Also our Governer signed a new Tenant law in September 2010 protecting tenants who are victims in foreclosed properties, has anyone read about it (Massachusetts).
  • If you have a signed one year lease, then you will be able to defend yourself on that basis and the fact that you have made all payments required thereunder. You will not be evicted by him in those circumstances. The court will not allow it. If, on the other hand, he doesn't make the short sale and his lender forecloses, then you will have no defense against the lender when they give you notice to quit the premises or face eviction proceedings. You will lose that fight, and it will simply be for the court to inform you when you must leave the premises. Real estate home sales really moved in September. October was slightly less busy, but only slightly. The early signs are that November will be as busy as October. That's why you find yourself in this dilemma. Consult a competent lawyer and assess your options. There may be room for some negotiations that puts some money in your pocket over the enxt 45 days. Good luck with everything.
  • You didn't mention on what date you signed the year-long lease and I wonder how close you are to the end of the lease. Does your lease cover this situation (landlord's sale of the house)?. Technically, he is in breach of the contract by ending the tenancy before the year is up, but is it worth it for you to sue him? You still have to pay rent while you are living there, even during the time it takes to sue him - not only that, it doesn't sound like he has any money if he is going through a foreclosure so even if you get a Judgment against him he is probably uncollectable. The other poster is right, it is to your benefit to vacate before he files anything with the court.
  • If it is a private home you can be asked to vacate. Do NOT let it go to court and become a legal eviction since that will destroy your credit.
  • If you only have a month-to-month lease, then yes.
  • In a foreclosure all parties to any interest in the real estate must receive notice including tenants. Once the issue is in front of the judge the judge takes away all rights and orders the special master or the trustee to sell the property. You will be considered a tenant holding over without permission if you stay on the property after the foreclosure and can be subject to an eviction suit and damages resulting from it. I would go and negotiate an agreement with the lender now subject to them acquiring the interest and subject to the borrowers's redemption rights. Best of luck to you
  • I am in MA too. No a lease does not survive a foreclosure. The only way it could would be to be recorded prior to the mortgage which I doubt. You have a cause of action against the person that was foreclosed upon, good luck with that. You might negotiate with the new owner, but if it is the lender they do not want you in the house. Having said all of this the foreclosure takes time, and after a foreclosure you still have to be evicted. The eviction process is started by providing a thrity notice to leave. After this you get served with a summons and complaint which takes a week and a half. If you show up to court and give a sob story and say how you are moving but you just need a month or two you can get what is called an agreement for judgment and you can get another month or two for agreeing to leave. If you don't leave you still get a 48 hour notice and then the sherrif comes and moves you out. The lender just wants possession and they do not want to deal with moving you out and storing your stuff. The clock does not strart until they give the thirty day notice. You can have 3-6 months rent free in the house even after the foreclosure.
  • The legalities surrounding a valid lease with a foreclosure are daunting, to say the least. In reality, a foreclosure does not and CANNOT invalidate a lease. It is a legal and binding contract. That being said, you have a valid contract with a person who can no longer honor said contract because that person no longer owns the premises involved. However, the contract is still valid. There is no requirement that a lender accept an existing lease contract when they take ownership via foreclosure. The result? You are left with a still valid lease which the new owner is not accepting, and to which the former owner is still bound legally. Your options ? The new owner will certainly evict you if that is in the best interests of the new owner. You are then left with the ability to sue the former owner for breach of contract and any resulting damages, including costs of moving, and so on. Chances of collecting from a former owner who is in mortgage default? Middling, at best. Good luck !
  • It is still valid. The new owner buys the lease too and can not break it based on ownership, he can't raise the rent either. Your lease is good with the new owner as the old.
  • terminated!!! but you can negotiate with the new owner.
  • The Right to Enter The Apartment A landlord may generally enter the apartment at reasonable times and upon reasonable notice for these reasons: To show the apartment to prospective tenants, purchasers, lenders or their agents; To inspect the premises; To make repairs; To inspect within 30 days of the end of the tenancy to determine damages to be deducted from the security deposit; If the premises appear to be abandoned; or Pursuant to Court order.
  • Yes, a landlord can do so, as the landlord provides adequate notice of intent to enter according to Mass. law. The advance notice can be waived if the landlord suspects an emergency relative to the apartment/building.
  • if notice is given, or in event of emergency, yes.
  • There's no laws, and in theory a lender can repossess after one missed payment. Many will not take action until 6 missed payments or so.
  • When choosing a real estate professional, your best bet is get referrals. Perhaps you should find a hard money lender in your area. They will have relationships with developers and other professionals they trust, and they can make the deal happen. That would probably be your best bet. Good Luck, Dave
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  • Where in MA? Most local mortgage banks know about and many have reverse mortgages. Watch out for scams and subprime lenders.
  • There are many types of reverse mortgages. But the major ones are: federally insured reverse mortgages, single-purpose reverse mortgages, and proprietary reverse mortgages. When the federal government provides insurance for the mortgage, it is called federally insured reverse mortgages. Single-purpose reverse mortgages, and proprietary reverse mortgages are financed by the agencies authorized by government, banks and financial mortgage companies. There are pros and cons for each of these mortgages. You need to consider them carefully before submitting your application.
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