Tag Archive for 'Boston condo market'

Boston – Lovejoy Wharf Sales Underway

I am reposting this Lovejoy Wharf story from Curbed.com and Tom Acitelli  because it is so exciting to see it finally happening.  I worked on this project pre-development at  Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage oh so many years ago.  So happy to see the incredible Barbara Cusack named sales  director for this Related Beal development. Lovejoy Wharf sales now underway: […]

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Boston Sales And Prices Jump

A good year end analysis from Scott at Boston.com.   Boston sees condo prices, sales jump From Back Bay and Beacon Hill to Dorchester and Southie, doube-digit price increases have been seen in several Boston neighborhoods. By Scott Van Voorhis Boston.com Correspondent Boston’s red hot condo market is closing out the year with a bang, […]

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B&T – July Is Best Month for Mass. Home Sales since 2005

Banker & Tradesman – July is Best Month for Mass. Home Sales since 2005, Grow 24.3 Percent Year-Over-Year BOSTON, August 25, 2015 – The 7,077 single-family home sales in July signaled the best month for the Massachusetts real estate market since June 2005, according to a new report from The Warren Group, publisher of Banker & […]

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Sales Up!

The KCM (Keeping Current Matters) crew is great at visuals. This one represents the general national trend toward rising prices Sales Up In Almost Every Price Range by The KCM Crew The National Association of Realtors’ most recent Existing Home Sales Report revealed that home sales were up rather dramatically over last year in five of the six price […]

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Why Prices Will Stay High

Good post by Scott about the effects of continued scarce inventory.               Why home prices are likely to stay high By Scott Van Voorhis Boston.com Correspondent Despite talk of the need for new housing, the number of building permits being issued across Massachusetts has yet to rebound to its […]

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The Most Expensive Towns In Mass.

The cost of buying a house in Massachusetts, already one of the most expensive states in the nation, just keeps on going up.

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Boston Ranks High In Retirement Livability Index.

Forget retiring to Florida. Boston may be the place to settle down.

According to AARP’s “Livability Index,” Boston is the second most-livable large city in the United States, falling just behind San Francisco.

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Low Interest Rates Continue – For Now!

After a disappointing federal jobs market report at the beginning of April, interest rates actually dipped again, skirting historic lows

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Pending Sales Surge Nationally

  The pending sales report is always a few months behind, but it is all good news nonetheless. Excellent  post from KCM. Local conditions seem to be trending with the report.    Pending Sales Surge: Great Sign for the Housing Market   by The KCM Crew The most recent Pending Homes Sales Index from the National Association of Realtors revealed […]

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Boston’s Record Breaking Development

Boston’s building boom is poised to shift into overdrive over the next few months as two big new tower projects come up for approval at City Hall.

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