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This Spring, All Signs Point to a Seller’s Market in Eastern Massachusetts

Inventory Is Low 53,661 Number of single-family homes added to the market in 2016 ↓ 3.3% from 2015 23,485 Number of condominiums added to the […]

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How to Get the Best Deal on a House in a Seller’s Market

Know Your Pro “Team up with a true expert who has a solid reputation in the marketplace you’re looking in,” says Neda Vander Stoep, a […]

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Four Hot New Condo Developments for the Die-Hard Urbanite

Port45 Starting at: $935,000 for two bedrooms Ready in: Winter 2018 GE’s new hires will appreciate the high-tech abodes inside Port45, a 105-unit residence set […]

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From Mansions to Condos, Here’s What You Can Buy in Melrose

You can stretch your dollar relatively far if you’re willing to buy a sizable property in Melrose. A new report by real estate analytics firm […]

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These Are the Most Expensive Zip Codes in Massachusetts

UPDATE, March 9: Property Shark’s analysis had a technical glitch—initially, Middlesex County zip codes were not included on the list. The chart has been updated […]

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Here’s What Your Money Buys You in Watertown

The next time you find yourself complaining about housing costs in the city, consider peeking at a few of the immediate suburbs. Nearby cities like Watertown offer […]

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The Cheapest Homes in Quincy Are Refreshingly Affordable

Home prices in Boston vary pretty widely depending on the neighborhood you’re searching in. The same can be said about the city’s surrounding towns—the cheapest […]

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Do You Live in One of the Healthiest Housing Markets in Massachusetts?

Believe it or not, there are folks living not too far outside of Boston who don’t have back-breaking mortgages. A new study says some of the healthiest […]

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It’s Almost Impossible for Single Ladies to Buy Homes in Boston

As a single Bostonian, the idea of purchasing a home is seemingly out of the question. Becoming a homeowner is even further out of reach for single women in […]

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Rent Prices in Boston Are Down Since Last Year

It seems 2016 was an odd, unpredictable year in a lot of ways, one of which now includes a smidgen of change in Boston’s notoriously […]

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Housing Development Proposed for South Boston’s Broadway Theatre

For years, the former Broadway Theatre in South Boston has remained vacant. Now, a developer is proposing to use the property for housing. Per the Boston Herald, […]

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Washington Square Is One of the Most Competitive Neighborhoods of 2016

Brookline’s Washington Square ranked as the third most competitive neighborhood in the country in 2016. That’s according to Redfin’s annual list of the 30 most competitive U.S. neighborhoods. The […]

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This Is How Much Bostonians Have to Earn to Avoid Being Rent-Burdened

Forking over a huge chunk of your paycheck to keep a roof over your head is frustratingly normal in Boston—which is to say that most of the city’s […]

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Here’s the Neighborhood Where Homes Stay on the Market the Longest

Homes in Boston seem like they’re snatched up in the blink of an eye. But just how quickly do properties leave the market? A new analysis […]

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Bay Village Could Get a New Apartment Tower

There’s a big tower planned for Boston’s smallest neighborhood. This week, a 131-unit apartment building was proposed for Bay Village. The 19-story tower at 212-222 Stuart […]