Buying a home is exciting and also complicated since it’s one of the most important investments a person will ever make. What every potential buyer needs to know is whether there is anything about the home that will require major repairs or that poses a health risk.
There are many reasons to get excited when you decide to shop for Boston homes for sale. And why not, Boston is a great city to live and work in. We have diverse culture and entertainment, fascinating history, the best in pro sports, and the incredible beauty of our coastline. What’s not to love?
One of the very first things that happens after your house goes on the market is an open house. And now, with Spring finally here, open house season is officially upon us. This gives you the perfect chance to really showcase and highlight your home, which hopefully, will get it sold quickly and for the […]
If you’ve traveled in or around Boston recently, you probably noticed several construction sites and that’s because the real estate market there is booming. According to Dodge Data & Analytics, a construction research company, Boston ranks seventh in the country among major metro areas for new construction of multifamily housing and commercial building projects.
Mayor Walsh solidified his commitment last week to build 6,500 new units of affordable housing by 2030 by providing $14 million in funding available through two Request for Proposals, each for $7 million a piece.
Recent reports confirmed the sale of 311 Summer St., a beautiful brick and beam office building in Fort Point. The iconic building sold for $38.5 million, which breaks down to about $673 per sq. ft.