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Luxury Boston Home Sales Are Fueled by Overseas Investors

It is hard to hope for prices of Boston luxury real estate residential market to stabilize or go down as long as the demand stays high and there’s a shortage of supply. New products coming on the market seem to be at a record high, even though not all of these Boston luxury homes sell […]

>>September 13, 2014

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Helping Parents Downsize from a Boston Luxury Home to Less Square Footage

As parents age, depending on their needs and wishes, their living situations can also change. Some move to the city to be in the center of excitement and benefit from all the cultural activities Boston has to offer. They still enjoy going to theaters, symphony, belonging to different clubs and activity circles and thrive on […]

>>July 26, 2014

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Know the General Condition of Your Boston Condo Building

When you make an offer on a Boston condo unit, it is subject to a satisfactory inspection by reputable building inspectors. Most buyers trust their inspectors to know what they looking for, such as common systems in the building, roof, pipes, signs of moisture, settlement, leaks etc. Inspectors also check Boston luxury homes inside the unit, […]

>>July 19, 2014

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The Rental Market is Out of Control in Boston Luxury Real Estate

The recent supply of Boston luxury homes for sale has been limited, and buyers who were in between homes, between jobs, or unable to find their ideal home to purchase, ended up renting Boston luxury real estate. This caused massive construction efforts to build high end rental buildings to satisfy the increased demand. Rents still […]

>>July 12, 2014

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How Useful Are Open Houses to Sell Boston Luxury Homes?

The usefulness of open houses is always the big question in Boston luxury real estate. Obviously, the pulse is different in metro Boston versus the suburban market, so the question ultimately depends on location, location, location. When there’s more real estate demand than supply, sellers and their brokers of properties priced up to $2.5M generally […]

>>June 28, 2014

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