I read last week that, according to the Mass Association of Realtors, “affordability index” in the Greater Boston area is at the same level as 2001.

Meaning, based on average / median incomes and average / median home prices, the same number of people could afford to buy, in 2008, as could afford to buy, in 2001. (Or, something like that.)

I’m not saying it’s true or false (trust me, I have a problem with NAR/MAR etc., too), but what if it is? Does that mean anything to people? Do you feel housing is “cheaper” than it was one, two or three years ago? Will we ever feel housing is “cheap”?

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Condos around Boston to buy or rent

Condos around Boston to buy:

Back Bay area new condos for sale
Beacon Hill area new condos for sale
Charlestown area new condos for sale
Navy Yard Chalrestown area new condos for sale
Dorchester area new condos for sale
Fenway area new condos for sale
Jamaica Plain new condos for sale
Leather District new condso for sale
Midtown area new condos fro sale
Seaport District area new condos for sale
South Boston new condos for sale
South End new condos for sale
Waterfront new condos for sale
North End area new condos for sale
West End area new condso for sale
East Boston area new condos for sale

Condos around Boston to rent:

Back Bay area condos for rent
Beacon Hill area condos for rent
Charlestown area condos for rent
Navy Yard Charlestown area condos for rent
Dorchester area condos for rent
Fenway area condos for rent
Jamaica Plain area condos for rent
Leather District area condos for rent
Midtown area condos for rent
Seaport District area condos for rent
South Boston area condos for rent
South End area condos for rent
Waterfront area condos for rent
North End area condos for rent
West End area condos for rent
East Boston area condos for rent

Updated 2018

 

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