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Law enforcement association files application for Dorchester development
Law enforcement association files application for Dorchester development

An application has been filed for a new development set to bring 45 residential units to the Dorchester area. 

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

Home prices posted monthly and yearly gains in January across the U.S. as well, according to the S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller Indices.

Building permit approved for fourth residential building at Overlook at St. Gabriel’s
Building permit approved for fourth residential building at Overlook at St. Gabriel’s

Construction of the fourth residential building at the 11-acre St. Gabriel’s monastery redevelopment project in Brighton will be soon underway.

Boston named one of the best places for real estate agents to work
Boston named one of the best places for real estate agents to work

As real estate markets across the country continue to thrive, more than ever, agents are playing a critical role in the home buying and selling process as housing inventory remains challenged.

Local agents offer predictions, wishes for spring home-selling season
Local agents offer predictions, wishes for spring home-selling season

The spring housing market has arrived, and as continued inventory shortages keep homebuying competitive, local agents expect to see a strong sellers market as the season continues.

Mortgage rates jump for a sixth straight week
Mortgage rates jump for a sixth straight week

U.S. mortgage rates have increased for six straight weeks, a sign the historic low for mortgage rates is becoming a thing of the past.

Homes sold above list price hit a record high
Homes sold above list price hit a record high

A record number of homes sold above the asking price last month as home sale prices hit an all-time high.

Cape Cod home sales continue to climb
Cape Cod home sales continue to climb

Cape Cod home sales continued to rise in February as interest in homes in vacation areas remained strong.

NAR: ‘Don’t panic, keep contracting’
NAR: ‘Don’t panic, keep contracting’

The National Association of Realtors sends a message to members that it is working to ensure that the proposed Protecting the Right to Organize Act will not hurt their status as independent contractors.

Massachusetts home sales continued to surge in February
Massachusetts home sales continued to surge in February

Single-family home sales and median sales prices continued to rise as inventory hit record lows once again.

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