Real estate news in South Florida
Knox Financial, a fintech company for property investors, has opened an office at 177 Newbury St. in Boston.
The fourth and final rental building at The Overlook at St. Gabriel’s has opened and is welcoming new tenants.
For the second year in a row Banosian has funded $1 billion in loan volume, this time in less than six months.
Home prices continued to rise in May, as the median price of condominiums topped $500,000 for the first time in history.
The former Our Lady of Victories Church in Boston’s South End will soon bring new residential housing to the area.
Virtual notary services will continue in the Bay State through Dec. 15, following the extension of the Virtual Notarization Act last week.
Charlotte Ostberg McAleer has joined Herrick Lutts Realty Partners as a Realtor.
The typical increase in home sales as summer approaches failed to materialize nationwide last month, with average sales dropping 0.2% from April to May, but month-over-month sales in Boston dipped even further, declining 0.8%, according to the RE/MAX May National Housing Report.
Inventory levels rebounded last month, finally showing signs of recovery following a year of historical declines.
A 49-unit luxury residential development will be located at 635 Main St. in Wilmington.