A Boston Real Estate Fable
There’s a reason why real estate fables resonate today. They delve deep into the human condition with gentle songs of pin-pointed truth. Consider the fable of the North Wind and the Sun:
The North Wind and the Sun argue over which is stronger. A competition ensues to see who can make a passing traveler uncloak. The North Wind goes first. The harder it blows at the Boston condo buyer, the tighter the traveler wraps himself. The Sun goes next. Its golden rays part the looming clouds. Its warmth reaches down in a gentle embrace. The Boston condo buyer removes his cloak of negativity.
For me, this is now a real estate fable —
The North Winds of real estate
The North Winds of real estate have been blowing for the last year. Huffing and puffing, about a Boston housing bubble and COVID.
The Sun has recently been shining the light on how Covid is becoming eradicated, more and more Bostonians received the vaccination. We’re now in the warmth of the Spring Real Estate market.
The North winds have been quelled and replaced by the warm sun of positive thinking. The soft embrace replaced the exodus of downtown Boston with a new spirit of an exuberant downtown Boston real estate market