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Whether you buy a property or rent an apartment, the cost of living in Boston is high. Over the past decade, Boston has climbed up the list of the most expensive cities to live in the US. This trend has been fueled by steady population growth and a shortage of housing inventory, which has sent […]

By: Josue Vargas
 Sep 12

As economic conditions have worsened throughout 2022, many are wondering if prices for Boston real estate have begun to trend downwards. To combat inflation, the Fed has increased interest rates 4 times thus far in 2022. Based on their July meeting, more rate hikes are likely ahead of us. If you analyze this year’s MLS […]

By: Demetrios Salpoglou
 Sep 06

As rents continue to rise, more Bostonians are making concrete plans to buy their first Boston home and build equity. A condo or a single-family home in Boston may be the first options that come to mind- and there’s nothing wrong with that! However, if you want to invest and build more wealth in the […]

By: Gabriel Bonilla
 Sep 02

If you’re a first-time home buyer fortunate enough to have some capital to put down, purchasing a multi-family home in Boston could open all kinds of doors for you! A multifamily property (or multi-dwelling unit) is defined as a residential building with two or more units under one roof or several buildings in one complex. […]

By: Shani McKay
 Aug 31

If you’re a landlord in Boston, a vacant unit is not making you any money. It’s costing you money each day that the unit sits empty. Mathematically speaking, it is extremely difficult to catch up financially within an 18-month period if your apartment stays vacant for one month. In fact, the only real way to […]

By: Demetrios Salpoglou
 Aug 29

September 1 is quickly approaching and many renters are still searching for a Boston apartment in an extremely tight market. The real- time vacancy rate (RTVR) is now at 0.25% for the city of Boston and the real- time availability rate is 0.84%. Real estate agents all over the city are running out of properties […]

By: Andrew Pitsios
 Aug 26
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