Tag Archive for 'South End condos'

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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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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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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Boston’s Best New Building?

As 2014 tumbles to its terminus, we are looking back at the year that was and the year to come with some of the more notable names on the Greater Boston real estate scene. We’ve tossed a series of questions to ’em and they’ve generously thrown back the answers. First up! The best new building of 2014.

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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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Five Trends – Boston Real Estate

It’s a deceptively simple question: What’s driving Boston’s housing market, both the rental and for-sale sides, right this second? The short answer is low supply and high demand. There’s more to it, though. Thus! We run down the five trends driving the city’s residential real estate. And we also offer a prediction for 2015 and beyond. Hold us to it. For now, the first of the five trends…

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Middle Market Towns Back

The spring market has been particularly choppy this year. Sales have stalled amid a shortage of listings that has left many buyers fuming. The up today, down tomorrow economy hasn’t help things much either.

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Q1 Goode and Farmer Report Boston

The national real estate pundits are talking about the lack of available inventory and declining sales numbers. These first quarter results for downtown Boston condominium sales tell a different story.

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