2021 was a fascinating year for the real estate market — particularly in the Bay State. And over the past 12 months, our local coverage tracked all the breaking news. Check out the hometown stories which most interested our Boston readers.
Anchor Point is set to break ground in Beverly this month on Phase 1 of the project which will bring 77 units of affordable family housing to the area.
Two New England suburbs have made Money Magazines’ “50 Best Places to Live 2021” list, Chanhassen, Minn., home of Prince’s Paisley Park, took the No. 1 spot.
Despite the drop in prices, supply and demand imbalances have many first-time homebuyers renting, increasing demand for those units and driving up those prices.
Several other Boston-area neighborhoods ranked in the top five.
Massachusetts homebuyers should brace themselves amid expectations the residential real estate market could see double digit growth next year.
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A 49-unit luxury residential development will be located at 635 Main St. in Wilmington.
A recent Cape Cod property sale set a record as one of the highest property sales in Massachusetts this year.
Plans are underway to reinvigorate Suffolk Downs with a 16 million square-foot project that could bring upwards of 10,000 condominiums and apartments to the former thoroughbred horse racing facility.
Zumper’s Boston Metro Area Report found rents are growing the fastest in one of the Bay State’s North Shore cities.