The city of Boston has experienced record housing market growth over the past decade. Median sale prices have soared on account of a tight supply of for-sale properties and growing demand. In 2011, the median sale price for a single-family home in Boston was $375,000. Just 11 years later, that figure has more than doubled […]
By: Anthony Tse
 Aug 30
Boston’s real estate market has been one of the nation’s storylines over the past decade. The metro area has seen the housing market explode as the limited supply of real estate inventory just hasn’t been able to keep pace with growing demand. Now, Massachusetts holds the 5th highest median sale price among all 50 states, and Boston is not […]
By: Demetrios Salpoglou
 Aug 03
Boston’s apartment scarcity has been put back in the spotlight in 2022.  The apartment supply shortage took a hiatus during the pandemic, as remote learning and remote work temporarily diminished renter demand. Now that Boston is back in business, rental supply figures are even lower than before COVID.  Sadly, we’re seeing historically low apartment availability and as a result, […]
By: Demetrios Salpoglou
 Aug 02
The city of Boston has seen a wave of new construction developments over the past decade.  In an effort to meet rising demand for housing, the city has made it an initiative to build 69,000 new housing units by the year 2030.  This initiative has reshaped Boston’s skyline and turned the waterfront from a shipping […]
By: Demetrios Salpoglou
 Jul 19
San Francisco has often been called the Boston of the west coast due to the similar size and culture of the cities. However, they both have something else in common: the housing costs are high, to say the least. Boston has been climbing the list of the most expensive cities in the country for the […]
By: Demetrios Salpoglou
 Jun 28
Boston has been in a new construction frenzy over the past decade to accommodate a growing demand for housing. The development boom has added tens of thousands of new Boston apartments to the city’s rental supply. Despite the added inventory, the city has struggled to keep pace with growing demand as Boston’s rental market is […]
By: Gabriel Bonilla
 Jun 21
This year has brought with it some economic uncertainty that will inevitably affect the local housing economy. Last month, the year-over-year consumer price index was up by a staggering +8.3%, indicating that post-pandemic inflation concerns are far from over. The Fed has been steadily raising interest rates this year as a result. But how exactly […]
By: Demetrios Salpoglou
 Jun 20
Boston is an innovative, forward- thinking city across numerous industries. It’s known for it’s incredible hospitals, being home to some of the best universities in the world, and providing its residents with a great quality of life. In that same spirit, the city of Boston has always placed great importance on smart urban planning. The […]
By: Nicholas Pagliarulo
 Jun 08
The apartment rental market in Brookline has come roaring back in 2022. After recording all-time highs in vacancies and apartment availability during the pandemic, Brookline absorbed the supply glut at a record pace in the latter half of 2021. Now three months into 2022, the vacancy rate for Brookline apartments (0.50%) has surpassed its all-time […]
By: Demetrios Salpoglou
 Apr 04
Allston’s apartment rental market looks poised for a record year in 2022.  The Allston rental market is just starting to warm up, and apartment availability and vacancy rates are currently sitting at all-time lows.  Just last March, Allston’s apartment availability hit an all-time high (27.52%) as we endured the worst of the COVID-related supply glut.  […]
By: Demetrios Salpoglou
 Feb 07