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Think Micro-Apartments Will Solve Boston’s Affordability Crisis? Think Again

Micro-apartments were pegged as the solution to Boston’s issues with housing affordability…but are they? It seems like a perfectly logical strategy at the time: incentivize developers to construct hundreds of new micro-apartments – small, compact living spaces of 400

SPECIAL REPORT: Boston Sees Healthy 2 Year Decline in Foreclosures

Using data provided by CoreLogic, we look closer at the foreclosure and serious delinquency rates of the last two years. Last week, we reviewed CoreLogic’s latest foreclosure report, which provided a brief snapshot of national and local foreclosure levels

These Will Be Boston’s 5 Hottest Neighborhoods in 2015

What neighborhoods in the Boston area will see the most real estate activity in 2015? Inman Square is poised to be Boston’s hottest real estate market in 2015, according to a special report from Redfin. In Redfin’s “Hottest Neighborhoods of 2015”

McCarthy Begins Term As President Of Greater Boston Association of Realtors

David McCarthy, the operating partner for Keller Williams Realty Boston-Metro and Keller Williams Realty Chestnut Hill Market Center, was recently installed as president of the Greater Boston Association of Realtors for 2015. The installation ceremonies took place at Brae

2014 a Record-Setting Year For Boston’s Condo Market

Things may have been a bit inconsistent for Boston’s housing market, but its condo market was very strong. Boston’s housing market was a hotbed of contradictions and nuances in 2014, but one area showed undeniable strength – the city’s

October Cash Sales in Massachusetts Remain at Pre-Crisis Levels

Cash sales are on the decline, but still represent a large chunk of the market. Recovery was the word in 2014, as the national real estate market shifted and readjusted to find its footing, and as we slowly begin

Despite Price Increases, Boston Still an Undervalued Metro Area

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

Boston Ready For Tallest Skyscraper in 40 Years

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.

Massachusetts Foreclosures Fall Below National Levels in November

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,

4 of the Nation’s Busiest ZIP Codes are in Boston

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

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