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Realtor.com’s analysis of how quickly homes sell and which city’s listings were viewed the most on its site helped determine the hottest real estate markets for the month of April.
The first quarter of 2021 brought home price gains in virtually every market, according to the National Association of Realtors.
Two more residential buildings, Overlook North and Overlook West, are slated to open this summer.
Housing inventory in the Boston area, meanwhile, remained below year-ago levels in April.
Whether they’re still weary of going to a gym full of people or just looking to work off those extra pandemic pounds in privacy, homebuyers are increasingly prioritizing home exercise rooms.
Americans believe it’s a much better time to sell a home than to buy one, according to Fannie Mae’s latest survey of home purchase sentiment.
Boston has made the list of best places to be a real estate agent, and in today’s market, that’s no easy feat.
The number of buyers who locked in mortgage rates for second homes spiked to 178% year over year in April, according to a report from Redfin.
The survey showed that 86% of dog owners said dog-friendly features — such as having a dog door or access to a dog park — are a large part of their decision-making process, and 84% are willing to spend more for these features.
Multifamily rents rose nationally in April indicating ongoing recovery from the pandemic, according to the latest Yardi Matrix Multifamily National Report.