Tag Archive for 'Boston'

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Boston Is Market To Watch In 2015

After analyzing real estate markets around the country, both Boston and Middlesex County are listed in the top 10 housing markets to watch next year.

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Micro-Units Pop Up In Boston

The new breed of micro units popping up in Boston and Cambridge’s hottest neighborhoods are definitely small, but they are packing some macro rents.

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Boston Seaport Buildings May Rein In Rents

Developers of the $600 million One Seaport Square broke ground Friday on the 1.5-million-square-foot project, just across the street from Fan Pier and the new ICA in Boston’s Seaport/Innovation District.

A centerpiece of the new development will be a pair of new towers, 20 and 22 stories tall, that will be packed with 832 apartments ranging from tiny “innovation units” to spacious luxury digs.

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Q4 Boston…what to expect

It’s Q4. And while Q4 is packed with holidays, let’s not forget that it’s also chock-full of home sales

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Three Boston Neighborhoods With A September To Remember

If September was the month that you were supposed to put down the home sale and pick up the homework, then nobody told the Cambridge, Somerville andSouth End condominium markets. In Cambridge, the number of condominiums that went under agreement in September 2014 was 53 percent greater than did so in September 2013. In the South End, September under-agreements were up 64 percent. And versus September 2013, Somerville’s under agreements were up 18 percent and the median list price of Somerville under-agreements was up an impressive 20 percent.

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Boston Metro Luxury Town Rundown

The luxury market is red hot right now. And the suburban epicenter for multimillion-dollar home sales in the Bay State can be found in the suburbs of Wellesley and Weston.

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Four Reasons To Buy Before Winter

It’s that time of year, the seasons are changing and with them bring thoughts of the upcoming holidays, family get togethers, and planning for a new year. Those who are on the fence about whether now is the right time to buy don’t have to look much farther to find four great reasons to consider buying a home now, instead of waiting.

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What to Watch For This Fall In Boston Real Estate- Curbedboston.com

Tis the unofficial start of autumn/fall this week with the passing of Labor Day, so we thought we’d dive into which trends and events in Greater Boston Real Estate Land are worth your attention in the next few months (they’re certainly things we’ll be following). Will Boston see its first $20M condo sale? Will Everett get a casino-resort? Will Revere? Can anything bring Hub apartment rents down? Come along, now, let’s get interested.

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S&P Case Shiller Composite: Prices Up 9.3%

20-city index shows yearly price growth dropped to single digits in May

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5 Things To Know About Housing In 2014

The future of housing for 2014 looks a lot different than it did at the start of the year. Either fundamentals have changed, or the evidence is getting so overwhelming that neither the most hopeful naiveté or calculating spin can cover it.
That’s not to say there aren’t bright spots, but marking the danger spots on the map is a lot more important than marking X on the buried treasure. So here are five things to know about housing and where it’s going for the rest of 2014.

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