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FAQs About Owning Boston Property

On average how many downtown Boston condos are for sale at any given time?

On average approximately 400 – 500 downtown Boston condos are for sale. The number varies depending on the season, Spring and Fall have the highest number and Winter the lowest.

What is the average size of a downtown Boston condo?

The average size is approx 1,000 ft.. New high rise condo complexes tend to have a large living area closer to 2,000 s q ft

How long does it take to sell a Boston condo?

The average for sale time in the last few years has been 35 days to put a Boston condo under agreement

Where in Boston are brownstones mostly located?

The majority of Boston brownstones are located in the affluent neighborhood of Boston’s Back Bay

What is a Boston condo?

A Boston condo is similar to an apartment but instead of renting the unit, a condo is individually owned and the owner pays condo association fees for upkeep of the common areas of the interior and exterior of the building,

What are condominium fees?

Living fees are monthly expenses paid by the home owner to maintain the complex where the condo is located. It included both the common areas both interior and exterior and also taxes, in some cases heating. hot water and common area taxes