Tag: Boston Condos
When moving to a new home, having a finished basement can be a real selling point. Of course, then you must decide what to do with the extra space. This can be especially difficult if you have multiple people with multiple different interests! You can always section off different areas and spaces for different activities,
Moving to a new home is a big deal all on its own, especially in the Boston area. Add children to the mix, and it can cause many more potential issues and emotions. Read below for our tips on how to make moving with kids as comfortable and smooth as possible for all parties involved.
What is the difference between an apartment, condo, and townhouse? You may be thinking this way while you search for the next place to live. They all seem similar as far as the physical structure is concerned, but it is imperative that you know the differences between them. The main feature that set these properties
Home hunting is confusing enough, with the various lingo and contract clauses that you have to deal with. The plethora of property out there can be enough to give you a headache. But if you’ve at least narrowed it down to living in a building with various units inside, you could face a new head-scratcher.
There has been some jaw-dropping real estate sales in Boston, marking an end to a booming quarter for the Boston real estate market. As units from the omnipresent Millennium Tower continue to fly off the shelf, it’s setting the pace for some remarkable real estate sales in and around Boston’s metro area.
Demetrios had a blast recording the Real Estate Radio show with Rick Scherer and Ali Alavi! View the video here!
Boston condo prices have been fast on the rise in some of the city’s gentrifying neighborhoods. Many neighborhoods have seen gains in the double digits over the past year, and they’re showing no signs of letting up. We attribute the price increase to many of the newer luxury condo buildings breaking ground in and around
The Boston condo market has been blazing hot, and it’s showing no signs of letting up. In a new report by one of Boston’s top agencies, they report that the average condo sales price has gone up by almost 9% since this time last year, or about $100,000.