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Boston Globe reporter Jenifer McKim read my blog post, Four Toed Salamanders And SLAPP Suits, and decided that it would be a great topic to write about. Her superb article, How A Salamander Raised A Rights Issue, was published today, and I was fortunate enough to be quoted:

Richard Vetstein, a Framingham real estate lawyer, said the decision was a victory for developers in a state that has an especially tough permitting process.

“Whether it is zoning, whether it is wetlands, you name it, vernal pools, you can invoke some pretty serious regulation and have a property get bogged down pretty quickly,’’ said Vetstein, who wrote about the salamander case on his Massachusetts Real Estate Law blog.

The case is very interesting, pitting free speech rights against developers’ rights to build.

As reported through PR NewsWire, the Massachusetts Real Estate Law Blog is now ranked #9Richard Vetstein5 of all legal blogs according to Avvo.com and Alexa rankings! As far as I can tell, this puts us Numero Uno in Massachusetts for all substantive legal blogs focusing on Mass. law.

Much thanks to all of you — our readers — who have made this blog so much more than I could have ever imagined. In the next few months, this blog will see more contributors, more guest bloggers, and will even get a bit of a design face-lift. So stay tuned…

From Powersiteblog.com:

FRAMINGHAM, Mass., Nov. 27 (PRNewswire) — Only four months old, the Massachusetts Real Estate Law Blog created by Metrowest Massachusetts real estate attorney Richard D. Vetstein has quickly become the highest ranking legal blog in Massachusetts according to Avvo.com and Alexa.com rankings. The blog has proven very popular to home buyers, sellers, consumers, realtors and lenders due to its easy to read articles on timely topics affecting Massachusetts and national real estate law.

MA Real Estate Law Blog

Attorney Richard D. Vetstein, a Framingham, Massachusetts based real estate lawyer and founder of the Vetstein Law Group, P.C., set out to launch the first ever legal blog dedicated solely to Massachusetts real estate law. Through the blog, Attorney Vetstein offers timely legal commentary, updates and checklists to help consumers navigate the intricacies of Massachusetts real estate law. Recent popular posts include:

  • The Catch-22 Impact Of New Fannie Mae Condominium Lending Regulations
  • There’s Nothing “Standard” About The Massachusetts Standard Purchase And Sales Agreement
  • New Stricter FHA Condominium Lending Regulations and Guidelines Sure To Slow Financing And Chill Sales
  • Massachusetts Land Court’s Ibanez Decision Invalidates Thousands Of Foreclosures
  • Richard D. Vetstein

    Richard D. Vetstein

    Attorney Richard Vetstein’s blogging follows a greater trend of attorneys using blogs as a key component to their business development and marketing efforts. “I truly enjoy blogging. It helps me become a thought leader and expert on the latest trends in real estate law. Plus, as the founder partner of a small law firm, blogging is an incredibly cost-efficient tool for business development and marketing,” said Vetstein. “In the legal services industry, blogging is a win-win for the attorney and the consumer. People get access to basic legal information without charge, and good lawyers further enhance their reputations and hone their writing and analytical skills,” Vetstein adds.About Richard D. Vetstein and the Vetstein Law Group, P.C.

    The Vetstein Law Group, P.C. is a law firm based in Framingham, MA, servicing clients in real estate, real estate and business litigation, construction, condominium, and zoning law. Richard D. Vetstein, Esq., the Firm’s Founding Partner, is an avid blogger and proponent of Web 2.0 technology for business development and marketing. Richard Vetstein is also a contributing blogger on the Real Estate Now Blog of Boston.com. Mr. Vetstein can be followed on Twitter and Facebook.

    The Massachusetts Real Estate Law Blog has quickly become the highest ranking legal blog focused solely on Massachusetts substantive law according to Avvo.com and Alexa.com rankings. As reported in BizJournals, the blog has proven very popular to home buyers, sellers, consumers, realtors and lenders due to its easy to read articles on timely topics affecting Massachusetts and national real estate law.

    Much thanks to all of our readers!

    Richard D. Vetstein

    FRAMINGHAM, Mass., Aug. 3 /PRNewswire/ — Joining the growing number of attorneys successfully blogging on the Internet, Attorney Richard D. Vetstein of the Vetstein Law Group, P.C. was recently selected as a contributing blogger for Boston.com’s Real Estate Now Blog (http://www.boston.com/realestate/news/blogs/renow/).

    Richard D. Vetstein, the creator of the Massachusetts Real Estate Law Blog (http://massrealestatelawblog.com), will be blogging weekly for Boston.com about hot topics in Massachusetts real estate law, including landlord-tenant, home improvement contracts, buying and selling real estate, and condominiums. Mr. Vetstein’s selection as a legal blogger reflects a greater trend of attorneys using blogs as a key component to their business development and marketing efforts.

    “I’m very excited to join the discussion on Boston.com and provide knowledgeable legal commentary about Boston’s other spectator sport-real estate,” said Richard Vetstein, Founding Partner of the Vetstein Law Group, P.C. “For attorneys, blogging is a win-win for businesses and the public. People get access to legal information (for free) and good lawyers further enhance their reputations and hone their writing and analytical skills. As an attorney, blogging is a natural extension of what most lawyers do very well–write, analyze, and explain complicated legal problems in plain English.”

    The Real Estate Now Blog of Boston.com, the internet arm of the Boston Globe newspaper, provides daily commentary about the Massachusetts and Greater Boston real estate market. Popular categories include brokers, building and repairing, city living, investment and development, suburbs, legal issues, mortgages and rentals. The principal authors of the blog are Scott Van Voorhis, a free lance writer specializing in real estate and business, and Rona Fischman, a real estate buyer’s broker. The blog attracts frequent and lively comments from Boston.com readers on the real estate issue of the day.bostonRealEstate

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