In July 2012, more homes in the United States started down the path to foreclosure, a new real estate study finds.
In some positive news regarding the national housing market, United States homeowners are getting better at keeping up with their mortgage payments.
The Bay state has seen its real estate values rise and fall almost without rhyme or reason, but the future looks bright for the homes for sale in Boston.
If you are considering a move into real estate in Boston, MA, you might want to keep abreast of the latest economic trends that may launch the metro area into greater affluence.
As a homebuyer, you may struggle to find properties that accommodate your needs.
Real estate in Boston is going through a transition, as more micro-apartment units are slated for construction in the city's growing Seaport District.
When you plan to relocate to the Hub, you will find that the houses for sale in Boston are mostly located within walking distance to the famous subway line.
The city of Boston has remained stable throughout the economic ups and downs of the past few years.
Real estate in Boston, MA, had another positive month in June 2012 with condominium values in many of downtown's prestigious neighborhoods reaching a record high.
In the United States, signs of a recovering housing market and strong corporate earnings have influenced recent movement in the stock market.