Homebuyers looking for incentives to invest in real estate in Boston might be encouraged by recent reports that the housing market is improving nationwide. Sales of new single-family houses in September 2012 were at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 389,000, according to new estimates from the U.S. Census Read More
For Boston residents, promise of a bustling and booming Seaport District has long been heard, and after a few failed attempts, many began to ignore such claims. However, the future looks bright for the U.S. economy, and recent unemployment declines, upticks in housing and improvements in consumer confidence Read More
Before Boston's Big Dig project put Interstate 93 below the surface of the Earth, the North End was cut off from much of Downtown Boston. In fact, travel back 10 years ago, and Hanover and Salem Streets would look, smell and sound much differently than they do today. Of course, the brick buildings, Read More
At the end of the summer, stronger housing markets in 20 of the Fed's 12 regional banking districts helped boost economic growth in the United States. This comes from a Federal Reserve survey released in early October 2012, and additional signs of real estate growth have been reported throughout the Read More
The United States housing market is hovering around an interesting and influential point in the economic recovery. Pent-up household formations, improved consumer confidence, increased builder confidence and higher rental demand has thrust the real estate market into a position of growing strength, and homes Read More
A recent home construction report proved the United States real estate market is in full recovery mode, and even more recent U.S. commercial real estate data suggests the sector will also continue to recover in 2013. According to PwC U.S. and Urban Land Institute's Emerging Trends in Real Estate Forecast Read More
A recent home construction report proved the United States real estate market is in full recovery mode, and even more recent U.S. commercial real estate data suggests the sector will also continue to recover in 2013.
Homebuyers considering an investment in real estate in Boston might be interested to know that single-family home construction is on the rise in the Bay State. The Boston Globe reports that single-family home starts are following a hefty pace of growth in 2012, another sign that the national and state Read More
Real estate in Boston is part of a relatively stable housing market, but inventory levels are down, and demand is on the rise. Fortunately, new reports suggest that the national real estate market is on the mend and that homes are being built at a rapid pace.
U.S. stock futures are mixed as a new round of Read More
When businesses invest in new Boston neighborhoods, residential developers are quick to follow. The fact is people like to live close to where they work - it makes the commute easier and helps cut costs associated with travel and various other aspects of working far away from home.
Recently, life sciences Read More
Investing in real estate in Boston is worthwhile not only for the Hub's beautiful cityscape, but because community officials take a family-centric approach to much of what they do. Whether you're preparing to go through with a home closing in the suburbs of Greater Boston or a condominium near Read More