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The state of the Boston condo market

There’s been plenty of chatter over the past few weeks about the shifting Boson condo real estate market. Fewer offers on properties, longer days on market, lackluster—or no—overbidding.

However, a look at September 2020 sales numbers points to a very healthy market.

The region’s housing market remained red hot into the fall season, with prices and sales surging in September as would-be buyers scrambled to find new places to live.

That’s according to data from the Greater Boston Association of Realtors, which said the median price of a single-family home surged 12.4 percent to $680,000, a record for the month. Sales also increased at a record clip, up 32.3 percent, compared with the same month last year, another sign of pent-up demand caused by spring shutdowns now causing frenzied activity.

While not quite as supercharged as the single-family house market, condominium sales were also strong in September. Sales volume jumped 19 percent, while the median price climbed 7.7 percent, to $592,500.

Here’s how some Realtors predict what will happen in 2021

These days there is a surge of Downtown Boston high-rise apartment construction underway.  With no fewer than a dozen projects either planned or under construction, there are a staggering number of rental units scheduled for development in Downtown Boston over the next 2 and a half years.  Currently, if you drive around the Boston Seaport District, you will see many Downtown Boston condos under construction. They range in construction and size.

The construction of these new rental units in the Seaport District and other neighborhoods in Downtown Boston is a positive development.  The addition of these new rentals will add more full-time residents to the neighborhood and promote the growth of retail infrastructure.  With inventory levels of Downtown Boston condos for sale still relatively low, the big question is the likelihood of condo conversions Downtown for the near future? Will Boston  Condo conversions rise in 202`?  High vacancies and rent increases may keep rental potential renters to stay exactly where they are. It appears as if it is not a question of if we will see an increase in condo conversion downtown…it is only a question of when.

Boston high rise condos 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

Boston Beacon Hill condos for sale

Boston condos for sale near Downtown/Midtown Boston

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

Condos around the Midtown area 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

Click here: Boston Midtown Condos For Sale.

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