Boston

July 30, 2012 - 1:42 PM
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. With the Hub an influential city for international business relations, many professionals from all over the world look at Boston as a potential new metro Read More
July 30, 2012 - 1:39 PM
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. What's more, MSN recently declared the T as one of the greatest public transportation systems in North America, and anyone who has used the subway Read More

Boston subway line called one of the best by MSN

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.

July 25, 2012 - 3:16 PM
The city of Boston has remained stable throughout the economic ups and downs of the past few years. While home values dipped and some residents lost their jobs, recovery has been swift and sustainable. Currently, real estate in Boston is showing renewed signs of growth, with national home values increasing Read More
July 24, 2012 - 2:14 PM
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 neighborhoods like Beacon Hills, the Fenway, the North End and South Boston, the median price climbed to $515,000 during the three months Read More

Boston's condominium market is booming

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.

July 23, 2012 - 1:41 PM
In the United States, signs of a recovering housing market and strong corporate earnings have influenced recent movement in the stock market. Real estate in Boston, MA, has also experienced upticks in housing starts and values, which may encourage additional buyers to enter the marketplace. According to The Read More
July 19, 2012 - 2:26 PM
Are houses for sale in Boston about to see an increase in offers? Some recent reports may lead new buyers into the marketplace. In June 2012, the monthly total of foreclosure petitions and completed foreclosures dropped in the Bay State. This is the first time this year that petition metrics fell below 1,300 Read More
July 18, 2012 - 2:37 PM
Homebuyers in the Boston marketplace have slipped into a summer lull. Traditionally, real estate in Boston changes hands much more slowly in the warmer months for a variety of reasons, which can put added stress of home sellers looking to profit on their investments. However, even with recent signals Read More
July 17, 2012 - 2:33 PM
Real estate in Boston, MA, may look a little different in the next few years, as Mayor Thomas Menino recently jumped on New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg's bandwagon, which would bring more small studio apartments to the Hub. These apartments would be approximately 375 square feet and have just enough Read More

Small studio apartments may become the norm in Boston

Real estate in Boston, MA, may look a little different in the next few years, as Mayor Thomas Menino recently jumped on New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg's bandwagon, which would bring more small studio apartments to the Hub.

July 16, 2012 - 2:42 PM
The national housing market is still in a sensitive place. Many banks and real estate experts foresee a potential increase in foreclosures as the summer moves forward, but rates will spike heavily in some states more than others. According to The Boston Globe, California saw an 18 percent increase in Read More
July 12, 2012 - 11:15 AM
Over the past five years, housing in the United States has gone through a significant transformation. After the real estate bubble burst, the nation found itself in the midst of a housing affordability crisis. Properties continued to fall from their once-high values, and many Americans were unable to benefit Read More

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