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,
Demetrios had a blast recording the Real Estate Radio show with Rick Scherer and Ali Alavi! View the video here!
As the Boston real estate market continues to flourish, some real estate developers are moving out towards Boston’s suburbs to seek new opportunities. As the downtown area gets more and more saturated, Boston’s surrounding towns are starting to feel the ripple effect of all the new developments.
Several Boston Suburbs Listed as Among the Nations Most Expensive for Real Estate. A new study by one of the nations largest real estate companies has found that 9 of the top 50 most expensive zip codes in the country are right here in the Boston area. The recent surge in Boston’s real estate market
Woodland Manor, a spectacular estate in Brookline, hit the market last week for $90 million dollars. The immaculate estate covers over 14 acres in one of Boston’s most expensive areas, and it’s a mere 5 minutes away from Boston’s downtown.
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. The price increase is attributed to many of the newer luxury condo buildings breaking ground in and around
The groundwork has been set for major renovations on three of Boston’s largest transportation hubs. The three stops that will be reconstructed are North Station, South Station, and Back Bay station. The proposed mixed-use projects will bring a mix of residential units and commercial space available for sale and rent.
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, it is reported that the average condo sales price has gone up by almost 9% since this time last year, or about $100,000.
This month the Boston Redevelopment Authority’s Board of Directors approved an astounding 8 new development projects which will give the city 1,415 units of new housing upon completion. One project involves a massive 656 unit complex that will transform an industrial area of South Boston into a beautiful residential community.