Now that Boston has made the "shorter list" for Amazon's HQ2, what does that mean for the real estate market in the area?!?! Il tell you one thing, wherever the new HQ is located will help boost property values in and around the city. Check out the link below from CNN:money!!
Your bathroom should not be the focal point of clutter, low light, and those awful dated maple colored vanities. Here are some great ideas from Houzz to make your bathroom pop, bright, and look clean as ever!! Check out the link below!
I am not entirely sure what I find more foolish, playing Russian roulette or paying rent. In this day and age it is really easy to make money, but some of these avenues are not so secure. Bitcoin is the new fad and likely will become a well recognized means of funding, but when it comes to the big game, real estate will always be the most secure investment in your life. Check out this great article courtesy of Boston Agent Magazine and find out why, A. Renting is wasted savings and B. equity is the quintessential component in creating strong wealth.
2018 is your year to start creating this wealth for yourself and not your landlord. I am always available at any time to answer all of the questions you may have. Let's make it happen.
Welcome to 38-40 Greenville St. in Somerville. Located at the top of Somerville's famed Prospect Hill, this exceptional two family is the ideal choice for an owner occupant, or investor who is interested in growing their portfolio in a strong rental market. Unit 1 is a one bedroom / one bath + study with hardwoods floors throughout. The kitchen has been tastefully updated with new stainless steel appliances, gorgeous quartz countertops, and modern soft close cabinetry. Unit 2 is a bi - level 3 bed / 2 bath that is beautifully complimented by a redesigned kitchen with breakfast nook with city views and overlooking a large backyard. Stainless steel appliances, quartz countertops, modern soft close cabinetry, and a large island situated in the center
Sun-splashed penthouse unit in A+ So. Boston location. Newly constructed in 2008 this corner unit is bright & sunny throughout the day. Generously proportioned rooms feature newly re-finished H/W floors with in-lay accent detail. The open kitchen w/b'fast bar is fully equipped w/stainless appliances, UltraCraft-Eurotek Tornini cabinets, and CaesarStone quartz counter tops accented by a stylish glass tile back-splash. A very creative 'office-in-a-closet' provides a smart work space. In addition to a large walk-out deck off the living room, there's also a full staircase to a private roof deck w/sweeping panoramic views - perfect for entertaining. Generous storage throughout, including custom closets, is complimented by a large deeded storage room in
Gorgeous waterview penthouse condo in attractive and desirable Salem neighborhood! Close proximity to town, train and Salem State University - this space will not disappoint. Open, bright and charming living, dining, and kitchen with granite counters. Nothing to do but move in and enjoy the seasons in the Witch City. Don't miss out on this opportunity. Renovated in recent years, the space offers 2 bedrooms and 1 bath. In-unit laundry. There is water access at end of the street, so bring your paddleboards and kayaks! Hardwood floors, antique charm, pet friendly with common fenced yard and porch. At the end of a dead end street with ample on-street parking.
Residential Real Estate Inventory Hits Record Low, Driving Prices Higher
| Print By Jim Morrison | Banker & Tradesman Staff | Oct 24, 2017 4
The number of single-family homes for sale hit an all-time low last month, according to the Massachusetts Association of Realtors (MAR). There were 14,519 single-family homes on the market in September, down 24.6 percent from last year, when there were 19,261 homes for sale, according to MAR. The organization said that represents 3.1 months of inventory and the 67th month of year-over-year decreases in inventory in the last 68 months. “We need to see more listings come on to the market to deal with these record inventory lows,” Paul Yorkis, 2017 MAR president, said in a statement. “These listings could come