The vast majority of society is under the false impression that Millennials don’t have the desire to become homeowners. Many people think that Millennial’s would rather live at home with their parents or rent apartments. However, those people could not be more wrong. In fact, Millennials in the process of home buying have surpassed baby […]
By: Ben Leavitt
 Apr 05
Last year marked one of the most turbulent years on record for the local Boston apartment rental market. It saw a pandemic reshape the local multi-family and residential housing market. In February of last year, we predicted another banner year for the Boston rental market amid record low vacancies and record high rent prices. In […]
By: Demetrios Salpoglou
 Mar 04
Purchasing a new home can be an incredibly exciting time in your life, especially if you are a first-time home buyer. The prospect of owning your own house and being able to do whatever you want with it can be one of the best feelings in the world. For example, if you want to paint […]
By: Ben Leavitt
 Feb 18
The apartment rental market in Mission Hill is more easily susceptible to price fluctuations than many other Boston neighborhoods. The Real Time Availability Rate (RTAR) will often vary for several reasons. It’s situated very close to a significant number of higher education facilities including: Northeastern University, Wentworth Institute of Technology, MCPHS University, Mass College of […]
By: Demetrios Salpoglou
 Jan 25
The Covid- 19 pandemic caused many qualified buyers to head for more space out in the suburbs. Raging demand in these outlying areas has caused some to overlook the amazing condo inventory in the more urban core of Boston, and surrounding cities. While it’s understandable why many are searching for their dream homes in areas […]
By: Ben Leavitt
 Jan 18
If you are planning to purchase or sell a piece of real estate in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, then you should be aware of something that can make or break the deal. If a bank or lender is providing financing in order to fund the transaction, they will typically want to appraise the value of […]
By: Aubrey Liss
 Dec 28
Few neighborhoods have been impacted as harshly as Fenway in terms of the local apartment rental market in 2020. While the City of Boston has seen significant increases in overall apartment inventory compared to December 2019, Fenway apartments saw one of the biggest year over year increases in the Real-Time Availability Rate (RTAR) out of […]
By: Demetrios Salpoglou
 Dec 15
So you’re thinking about buying or selling real estate in Boston. What can you expect? Are prices destined to keep increasing or are we going to hit a plateau or even a downturn? Is COVID-19 going to blow up the game? How is the Boston housing market going to look by 2030? We don’t blame […]
By: Demetrios Salpoglou
 Oct 13
Get to know the current housing market. About this series. “Is now the time to buy a new home?” “Should I hang onto my rental property, or should I unload it before I run into trouble?” “Will I ever be able to sell my condo?” “Are current housing prices sustainable?” “Will the Boston housing market […]
By: Demetrios Salpoglou
 Oct 05
Houses The Boston real estate market is currently classified as having “slowed”. And it has, when you’re talking about the number of units sold. But when you factor in the increase in average selling price, Greater Boston real estate market is faring alright. In fact, it’s doing better than alright. Boston’s real estate market is […]
By: Demetrios Salpoglou
 Sep 29