Tag Archive for 'South End real estate'

Rising Prices In Boston Neighborhoods

The Boston area condo market is poised to get even more expensive in 2016, with rising prices spreading from shiny new luxury towers downtown to traditionally working class enclaves.

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Where Americans Are Moving

Interesting graphic by the good folks at Keeping Current Matters. Massachusetts still has “high outbound”! Hard to believe‚Ķbut it could be because it is going to be -2 degrees this weekend? ūüôĀ

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Five Year Projection For Home Price Appreciation

Home values will appreciate by 3.9% by the end of 2015, 3.4% in 2016 and 3.1% in each of the following four years (as shown below). That means the average annual appreciation will be 3.2% over the next 5 years.

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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‚Äôs red hot condo market is closing out the year with a bang, […]

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$1M Median Prices In Boston Area Towns

Interesting story from Scott detailing the rise in median prices in metro Boston. The 9 Boston area towns where median home price has hit $1M ¬†By Scott Van Voorhis Boston.com Correspondent The median price of a single-family home has shot past the $1 million mark in several cities and towns across the Boston area during […]

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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‚Äô 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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Boston Ranks High In Retirement Livability Index.

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

According to AARP‚Äôs ‚ÄúLivability Index,‚ÄĚ Boston is the second most-livable large city in the United States, falling just behind San Francisco.

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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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