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3 08, 2017

Are you fluent in Emoji?

August 3rd, 2017|

Some may argue that emojis, the popular small images used to communicate digitally are “the universal language”.  However, as many of us I'm sure have experienced, emojis often have different interpretations. WHAT IS AN EMOJI? An emoji is defined by Mirriam-Webster dictionary as “any of various small images, symbols, or icons used in text fields in electronic communication (as in text messages, e-mail, and social media) to express the emotional attitude of the writer, convey

14 07, 2017

LAW REGARDING DRONES IS TAKING OFF (But maybe not as quickly as the drones)

July 14th, 2017|

A device that can take aerial photos or video and deliver goods to your door seems pretty cool, right?  But buyers beware…that device could land you in hot water. Recent incidents involving drones raise questions and concerns over the regulation of drones in the United States.  In an incident on July 4th in New York City, a drone crashed into a store front causing damage.  When it comes to drones, questions arise over what liability

14 07, 2017

Marijuana (de)Regulation and Its Impact on the Housing Market in Massachusetts

July 14th, 2017|

When Question 4 was passed by Massachusetts voters last November, proponents of the law celebrated the victory.  The bill became law in December 2016, and legalized the possession of less than one ounce of marijuana in public and less than ten ounces inside homes by anyone age 21 or older.[1]  Naturally, since it is legal to have more marijuana inside the home, more and more people are growing marijuana in their homes, or choosing to

15 06, 2017

Buying a Massachusetts Foreclosure: More Risky Than Ever?

June 15th, 2017|

Buying A Foreclosure In Massachusetts: More Risky Than Ever? "It's an investor's worst nightmare. You've gone through months of research, paid legal fees and jumped through never-ending hoops when you're relieved to finally close; then you get the bad news - the homeowner  is suing the bank to keep the property.  It might be months or years before you can buy that fixer-upper that you once thought was a great deal.  If only you knew