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Wow. Where to begin? Seriously, there are so many real estate headlines this morning, it’s hard to keep track. Bidding wars for homes. A new residential development in Charlestown. Development proposals for the Greenway. And, let’s not forget news from earlier this week, a major New Balance expansion in Allston. Together, they all confirm BRA [...]
The Washington Post reported that $12.79 million in bonuses will be doled out to ten executives to Freddie Mae & Freddie Mac. This cash cow was approved by the Federal Housing Finance Agency. FHFA is the government agency that regulates Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. I’m sure there’s a logical explanation on why there receiving [...]
Comparing Boston South End condo sales from Jan 1st – April 1st for 2010 and 2011. Boston South End condo sales Number of Boston South End condo sales 2010 – 88. Number of Boston South End condo sales 2011 – 83 —– Average sales price for Boston South End condo in 2010 – $643,807.00 Average [...]
Today a friend of mine is shopping for a new car. She’d like to purchase an electric car, but there’s a problem – she lives in a Boston condo. So I was wondering if there are any luxury condo or apartment complexes in Boston that have electric car chargers in their garages? For that matter, are there [...]
The city gave the final official greenlight to The Kensington, a $172 million 27-story apartment development at the corner of Washington and LaGrange streets (the edge of Chinatown — kinda). News first broke last fall that the long-delayed project was being put back on the front burner. The development will call for 385 units, but [...]
According to LINK, four Bryant Back Bay condos sold in the 3rd Q of 2010: Bryant #804: Sold for $1,610,000 or $843.00 per sq ft. on 7/19/10 Bryant #803: Sold for $1,600,000 or $892.oo per sq ft. on 9/17/10 Bryant #405: Sold for $1,562,500 or $722.00 per sq ft. on 9/10/10 Bryant #702: Sold for $1,550,000 or [...]
As if all the double-parked moving vans, mountains of discarded furniture and trash on our streets, along with 75,000 college students moving into the area are not enough to fray nerves – city officials are were up against a tiny problem that poses a huge threat. Bedbugs. Read more.
LINK’s 2nd Q Boston sales report was published yesterday, if you’re a buyer or seller, you’ll find the information in this report very informative. Read the full report.