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GBAR contributes $25,000 to the Realtors Relief Foundation’s 20th Anniversary Campaign

The Greater Boston Association of Realtors has made a $25,000 contribution to the Realtors Relief Foundation’s 20th Anniversary Campaign, making them a 2021 Legacy Club supporter.

Boston Housing Scorecard: Housing starts, inventory both plummet in December

Nationally, interest rates rose as builder confidence fell.

S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller: Boston home prices continue their climb 

Nationally, housing prices were also on the rise, according to the S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller U.S. National Home Price NSA Index. 

Which Boston neighborhoods will be most in demand in 2022?

Boston ranked third among large U.S. cities for the highest median one-bedroom monthly rent at $2,550 in December.

Omicron worries push mortgage rates down

Fears of an economic fallout are causing long-term U.S. mortgage rates to fall as the newest COVID-19 strain reignites worry among Americans. 

Boston Agent magazine’s top 10 local news stories

Check out the hometown stories which most interested our Boston readers.

It may be an unseasonably warm winter for the housing market

The seasonal housing cooldown may end early this year according to Zillow’s latest market report, which found the spring market thaw may be here before winter even begins.

Massachusetts home, condo sales decline significantly in November

Despite the declines, median prices continued to grow and set records.

Eviction crisis unfolds as courts process backlog of filed cases

Eviction filings are rising as millions of Americans are being forced from their homes months after lawmakers allowed the federally imposed eviction moratorium to expire. 

Boston housing market maintains momentum in November

“The market is roaring along, with only half the seasonal slowdown we typically see from October to November.” — RE/MAX LLC President Nick Bailey

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