Without a doubt, 2022 will go down in history as one of the worst years for inflation in modern U.S. history. With the Consumer Price Index above 8% since March, we’re seeing the highest inflation levels in 40 years. Thanks to poor fiscal responsibility and highly questionable energy policies, rampant inflation and supply chain bottlenecks […]
By: Demetrios Salpoglou
 Sep 22
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
Whether you’re looking to reduce living costs or diversify your investment portfolio, investing in multi-family homes for sale in Boston might have crossed your mind. After all, even first time homebuyers are considering this path to homeownership more and more. The appeal is simple: incoming rents will help offset your mortgage costs, and you’ll build […]
By: Andrew Pitsios
 Jul 07
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
If you’re planning on leaping into multifamily investments in a competitive market like Boston, you’ll need to create a process for performing due diligence on a property. You can protect yourself from a long list of potential pitfalls by knowing how to fully assess a multifamily home for sale in Boston. By creating a checklist […]
By: Demetrios Salpoglou
 Jun 15
Over the past decade, Boston has been rapidly ascending the list of most expensive places to live in the US.  As the metro region has grown, real estate and rent prices have soared due to an ever-increasing demand for housing and a limited supply of apartments and property listings.  In January, the Herald reported that Boston could soon […]
By: Demetrios Salpoglou
 May 24
Real estate sales in the city of Boston have slowed over the first few months of 2022, indicating a cooling housing market. Since the beginning of the year, the average 30-year fixed APR has increased by over 70%, as rates jumped from 3.183% to 5.422%. This has slightly softened the market for buyers, as the […]
By: Demetrios Salpoglou
 May 17
It’s no secret that there’s a severe shortage of single family homes in Greater Boston. Due to growing demand and a lack of developable land in the metro area, most new development projects have been devoted to larger multi-unit condo buildings. As a result, prices for single family homes have increased by 60% over the […]
By: Demetrios Salpoglou
 May 02
Looking back at the last two years of rental market data, it’s safe to say that few metro markets have experienced the same level of upheaval and subsequent recovery as Boston. In our 2021 Boston rental market report, we detailed an unprecedented increase in rental supply numbers that occurred as a result of COVID-19. Roughly […]
By: Demetrios Salpoglou
 Feb 01
Qualifying for a new home mortgage loan in Boston has become easier lately than it has been in the past. Homebuyers are also being approved for higher loan values than ever before. One of the main reasons for this is that “conforming” loan limits have been significantly raised for the year 2022. Conforming loans are […]
By: Gabriel Bonilla
 Jan 05