Like those pictures you have to stare at and almost go cross-eyed to see the picture within the picture – if you look closely, real estate data reveals the story behind the [...]
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As a real estate agent for four decades, I’ve experienced the ups, the downs and all the in-betweens. I’ve seen interest rates as high as 18.5 % and as low as 2.85%. I’ve seen houses sell in both hours and in [...]
We took a snapshot of November home sales for single-family, condo, and multi-family properties in Medford for both 2018 and 2019, and here’s what the data reveals:
Home sales for single-families and condos dipped slightly in 2019 as compared to 2018 but multi-families saw a slight increase.
Across the board, single-families, condos and [...]
Sometimes it helps to hear someone explain a situation in detail, rather than reading snippets and piecing together information from here and there. If you've been wondering what the impact of COVID-19 means for the local real estate market (and you), Mike Pallotta of The Home Advantage Team breaks it down [...]
As you can imagine, house hunting during a pandemic is very different than house hunting during 'normal' times. Hear what Steve has to say about what's changed (and what hasn't) in this interview from ACMi News [...]
In case you missed it! Take a look at this webinar that is full of unique insights and interesting perspectives. Steve, Mike and Tracy talk about navigating today's real estate market, with a look at how home sales have progressed over the past few years. Don't miss it!
Over the past 10 years, single-family home sales in Arlington have risen steadily. Despite varying ups and downs of the economy and market, Arlington home sales remain solid and upward trending.
In 2019, the average single-family home price reached its highest point in 10 years at $916,393. With home prices averaging $537,511 in 2010 [...]
There is just so much happening with Arlington real estate (and beyond) these days it can be hard to boil it down into what's most important, right now.
The Arlington real estate market is different from the national market, it is different from the Massachusetts market, and it’s even different from neighboring Cambridge [...]
Real estate in Arlington and Medford is moving right along. Inventory remains low but there is still movement in the market.
Across the board there are more homes available in Medford than Arlington, and the average sales price is slightly lower. Medford is a great alternative for buyers looking for a few more options at a lower price [...]
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