Category: Selling Your Home
As Boston real estate prices soar, many people who aspire to own a home are priced out of the buyers market. In order to buy a home, you may need to have a good credit score and a large sum of money for a down payment.
Many experienced real estate agents confess that they mostly make up their minds about a house before they even walk inside it. As much as people spend their energy, money, and time designing and styling the interior decor of their houses, it is much harder to sell a home when the exterior is not enticing to the […]
Data from Statista indicates that by the end of 2018, the global AI market will be at $7.35 billion. The rise of artificial intelligence has not been one massive sweep. Rather, it has been a series of evolutions with impacts across multiple industries. In the past, the real estate industry remained under the radar when […]
If you are looking at real estate in Boston and wondering why prices are so high, there are a number of reasons. Boston is a great city in which to work and live, and the demand for Boston apartments is high. Despite the number of new Boston real estate developments in recent years, the demand for places to live in the […]
The new watchword for design and lifestyle is doing more with less. Find out why Minimalism is not just a trend, it’s a way of life. If you’re an ‘80s or ‘90s kid, you were raised in a time where More was More. It was an age of McMansions, Paris Hilton, and Lifestyles of the Rich […]
Yesterday we talked about the top 3 things young Boston home buyers want in a potential property. In the course of my research I noticed there were stark differences between what young home buyers look for and home buyers their parents’ age (35-54).
Think all young Boston home buyers are looking for fireplaces, stainless steel appliances, and eat in kitchens? Then you are out of touch with the latest generation of home buyers. Having grown up with smartphones, apps, and the internet, millennials, have different wants and needs than previous generations when it comes to buying a home.
“We’re in the 8th inning,” some have said. “We’re in extra innings,” say others. Generally speaking, real estate cycles last about ten years. The last real estate cycle peaked in 2007, so it came as no surprise when experts predicted real estate prices to dip last year. Except, they didn’t.
It’s typically the case that owners of multi family homes look to secure low-cost, fixed-rate debt on their properties. This provides stability and allows real estate investors to more accurately predict their annual cash flow.
You’ve heard people say that the Greater Boston real estate market is as hot as ever—but what does that even really mean? Well, now we know.