Real estate news in Boston
We’ve come a long ways since the market crash, but new research suggest we’ve still a ways to go. Asking prices may be up in Boston by 5.1 percent, but the market remains undervalued to market fundamentals, according to a new
Amidst the construction boom underway in Boston, one structure clearly stands out. Earlier this week, developer Richard L. Friedman began construction on 1 Dalton St., a 700-foot tower that is poised to be Boston’s tallest skyscraper in 40 years.
November saw foreclosures drop…just not everywhere. Nationwide, the plague of foreclosures persists, but their frequency has dwindled to much more manageable and healthy levels, according to the latest report from CoreLogic. As of November 2014, completed foreclosures were 41,000,
According to new analysis from Redfin, four of the nation’s most competitive ZIP codes are located right here in Boston – here they are! Jamaica Plain The No. 4 most competitive ZIP code in the entire U.S., Boston’s Jamaica
Housing has made definite progress the last couple years, but there remain pitfalls on the long, winding road to recovery. Mortgage rates remain at record lows; home sales, though down from 2013’s highs, are still miles ahead of the
CoreLogic’s third quarter equity report helps instill confidence for 2015. Early today, CoreLogic released its quarterly equity report, detailing the state of both the nation and individual metros in regards to the current level of equity in the market.
Asking prices ended the year with on a strong note, according to new analysis. The Boston housing market closed off 2014 in a strong way, with asking prices rising 5.1 percent for the year, according to the latest Price Monitor from
Ever wonder which places offer the most potential earnings for real estate professionals? Well, if you’re living and working in Boston, it’s not a bad time to be in the real estate business. Analysts at HomeInsurance.com investigated which places
Latest CoreLogic report shows prices falling moving into 2015. However, experts say we’re still poised for a strong year. National home prices climbed yet another rung on the industry ladder in November, according to CoreLogic’s latest home price report.
Though Boston’s for-sale market is showing signs of a seasonal slowdown, its rental market continues to charge ahead. The rental market in the Boston area continued its ascent in 2014’s fourth quarter, completing one of the strongest rental years in recent memory,