Tag Archive for 'Boston condo sales volume'

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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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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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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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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Sales Rise In Suburbs – Slow Down In Boston

Interesting dynamics in the Boston and metro Boston markets – from Scott at Boston.com. Sales rise in suburbs, slow down in Boston. By Scott Van Voorhis Boston.com Correspondent                   Towns and neighborhoods across the Boston area posted big gains in both sales and prices in February, defying […]

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Buyers Brave Snow Banks

The Alaskan-style winter that has swallowed Greater Boston threatens to deep freeze spring home sales as well.

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Micro Units

Micro-apartments have been popping up by the dozens in Greater Boston in the last few years, going by such aliases as innovation units and micro-lofts. However you dub these roses and where you plant them, they smell generally the same rent-wise: that is, they’re comparable, if not more expensive than, studios and even 1-BRs of similar age and size. Still, micro-apartments! From the Seaport District to East Cambridge, they’re the trend that won’t die. And we’ve got the five buildings in the region with sizable amounts of ’em. Let’s start with one opening in a matter of weeks.

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Four Seasons Pricing – Boston

Condos selling for more than $20 or even $30 million are poised to become the new normal in downtown Boston’s condo market as a bevy of uber luxury towers takes shape on the skyline, experts say.

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Southie Leads Development Boom

Sure, Back Bay and Downtown Crossing may have all the new towers, but when it comes to overall development activity, South Boston is arguably the epicenter of the city’s development boom.

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