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REAL ESTATE LOCAL NEWS, MASSACHUSETTS

Stay updated on real estate news in Massachusetts & get insights into local real estate events and market trends. Stay informed on commercial real estate news, ensuring you’re well-versed in this dynamic market. Whether you’re a buyer, seller, or investor, our brief updates keep you ahead in the ever-changing real estate landscape.

Homes & more ads, December 4 edition

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Homes and More for February 19

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Real estate ads, November 29 edition

Here are the real estate ads for the November 29 edition: Open publication - Free publishing

By Steve Levine, President of Steve Levine Inc., and an agent for REMAX Professional Associates The statistics for 2014 are in, and the results were very surprising to both economists and real estate agents alike. Statewide, sales in December 2014 were up significantly over 2013, an increase of almost 50 percent, from 2,104 to 3,078. January, thus far, has been somewhat of a mixed bag, and is making me wonder whether we are heading for another inventory shortage.

Homes & more ads, September 11 edition

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Homes & more ads, May 6 edition

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Real estate ads, Nov. 2 edition

The real estate ads for the Nov. 2 edition are here.

Real Estate, March 30 edition

The Real Estate for the March 30 edition is here.

The budget process and determining your condo fee

By Vicki Aubry, Realtor, ABR, SRES, Prudential Prime Properties The condominium budget is planned annually to cover both operational expenses and payment to a reserve fund for future capital projects.

Real Estate ads, Aug. 31 edition

The Real Estate ads for the Aug. 31 edition are here.

By Steve Levine, President of Steve Levine Inc., and an agent for REMAX Prestige The outpouring of calls and emails over the last two months has been quite shocking, to say the least…and I must say it was very, very appreciated. The one lingering fear that any writer has is wondering whether people are reading any of their material. So thanks to those who reached out; I know for sure that my column isn's winding up at the bottom of a birdcage!

Make sure your home stands tall in a competitive market

By Michelle Gillespie Home sellers today must convince a new era of buyers returning to the market that their homes stand for value and quality. The...

Real Estate, June 22 edition

The Real Estate for the June 22 edition is here.

Real Estate, May 18 edition

The Real Estate advertisements for the May 18 edition are here.

Fair market value versus town assessment

Vicki Aubry, Realtor, ABR, SRES, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Many buyers lose out on great properties because they mistakenly equate the town’s assessed value of a particular property to fair market value of that property.

Three reasons why January may historically be the best time to sell

By Steve Levine, President of Steve Levine Inc., and an agent for REMAX Professional Associates I want to wish you all a happy and healthy holiday…and thank you so much for reading all of my articles for all these years. It means so much to me when people call or come up to me and let me know they enjoyed my material.

The challenge of moving with children

By Michelle Gillespie, Realtor, Prudential Prime Properties Playgrounds and beaches are back in popularity as school starts to let out for the summer. Though most people associate this season with backyard picnics and sunny days, summer is also one of the largest real estate seasons for families to move.

Real Estate, Dec. 2 edition

Real Estate advertisements for the Dec. 2 edition are here.

Fall market is here…What’s your game plan?

By Michelle Gillespie, Realtor, Leading Edge Agent Autumn in New England is the second best time of the year to sell a home. Moderate temperatures and the beauty of the season help everyone to relax. Families are back from summer vacations, the kids have gone back to school, football season has begun and the holidays are still a safe distance away.