Boston real estate neighborhood’s that saw a drop in condo sales prices
The following excerpts are from Boston Magazine:
One-Year Change: -3%
Is the Back Bay ever not in demand? Certainly not according to neighborhood real estate experts, who say inventory remains tight during the pandemic. “Even in COVID, it’s continued to be a top choice, because it’s low-density living,” notes MGS Group Real Estate founder Maggie Gold Seelig, pointing to the area’s century-plus-old brownstones. Those who prefer luxury condos, of course, also have plenty of options, from the Mandarin Oriental and Four Seasons. Boston Back Bay Condo Sales prices dropped 3% in 2020
Always one of the city’s liveliest (and most delicious) neighborhoods, the North End got an upgrade last summer when European-style “café zones” transformed Hanover Street’s parking spots into a sea of patio umbrellas. That, coupled with the restaurants and Night Shift Brewery at the new Hub on Causeway, means you’ll never go hungry if you buy here. The dining scene isn’t the only reason to start your search in the North End: Boston North End Condo Sale prices dropped 11 percent in 2020, which should make finding your dream pad a little easier.