by Guy Contaldi.
The bottoming out of the Boston-metro real estate market has happened and it is no longer just anecdotal evidence from fellow real estate agents and my own observations. This is a sign of the past...
And this is a sign of the times.
Proof is in the pudding or the numbers. The Read More
When shopping for a new home, consider real estate in Boston, MA. The greater metro area has several influential neighborhoods with available property, and if you are interested in a residential neighborhood perfect for raising a family, you may enjoy Boston's Back Bay.
This area of the city features Read More
When looking to invest in real estate in Boston, MA, you may be surprised to see the increase in inventory across the Greater metro area. This spring, for-sale homes have flooded the market, driving competition for property higher. While the housing market remains tough, there are numerous new homes for Read More
The city of Boston has several neighborhoods and surrounding suburban communities that are experiencing a major face lift in housing and industrial innovation. The Seaport District has been approved to break ground on new apartment complexes that may bring in prospective homebuyers, and expansions in Read More
by Talisa Rafferty.
With record low rates and affordable prices, the dream of homeownership is now within reach for many people who never would have thought of purchasing. Some people, however, don't dream of picket fences and lawns, and are quite used to not having to do yard work. Depending on your Read More
When you begin to shop real estate in Boston, MA, you may want to consider the up-and-coming Seaport neighborhood. The district continues to grow and change its shape, as new construction projects in both industry and housing have caused an influx of new homeowners to invest in the area.
Recently, the Read More
by Guy Contaldi.
If there is one thing I love it is fresh vegetables but city-living doesn't always lend itself to a large vegetable garden. That doesn't mean you still can't plant and harvest your own produce. Gardening has become popular in neighborhoods around Boston, Cambridge and Somerville.
There Read More
The real estate market in the United States is gradually coming back to life after several years of record lows. While metrics still show less than favorable numbers in key aspects of the housing market recovery, economists and real estate experts predict that, in the coming months, there will be significant Read More
Massachusetts single-family home sales increased approximately 19 percent in March 2012 compared to the same month in 2011, The Patriot Ledger reports. The uptick marked the busiest March in the state since 2007. Houses for sale in Boston, MA, are in demand, and many prospective homebuyers are willing to Read More
Real estate in Boston, MA, continued to show signs of marked recovery in March 2012. However, buyers all across Massachusetts have benefited from low mortgage interest rates and affordable housing costs.
Throughout the commonwealth, agents sold approximately 2,791 single-family homes in March 2012, an Read More