Here are the real estate ads for the August 29 edition: Open publication - Free publishing
Here are the Real Estate ads for the Jan. 25 edition
By Pamela Taylor, Realtor, Exit Beacon Pointe Realty There are many things to consider when listing your home for sale. After choosing the right real...
By Jaymi Nacir Elaine Quigley, CBR, CRS, GRI - Millennials, millennials, millennials. It's all we've heard about in the real estate market for the last...
The Real Estate ads for the Aug. 31 edition are here.
By Steve Levine, President of Steve Levine Inc and an agent at RE/MAX Prestige If you'se been keeping up with my articles the last few months, you'sl remember that the three big keywords for spring and summer have been inventory, inventory, and inventory. The huge imbalance between buyers and sellers has created one of the oddest markets I'se seen in my 25-plus years selling homes here in this area. Right in the middle of a supposed recession, we were seeing actual bidding wars on the best of the new listings just as they hit the market.
By Vicki Aubry, Realtor, ABR, SRES, Prudential Prime Properties The shopping is over, the decorations are down and it is finally the New Year! I have made some New Year's resolutions in my real estate business to make the year start off right:
Michelle Gillespie, Realtor, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices The spring real estate market begins in February and March. Currently, the local housing inventory is extremely low, especially in certain neighborhoods. Just look at the numbers for single family homes: Northborough has 28, Westborough just 35 and Southborough only 24 properties!
Well, after a relatively slow autumn it appears that the lack of snow this winter has caused the spring market to arrive in force in February, way ahead of schedule. Spurred on by interest rates that almost seem free compared to what we are used to, and prices that are still hovering around 2002 levels, buyers have really stepped up to the plate in droves, causing actual bidding wars on some properties – something we haven's seen in many months.