The National Association of Realtors declared that 2020's housing market was certainly outperforming 2019's, expressing that home sales would end up being higher than last year's.
We found some of the best places in Boston grab a drink outdoors so you don't have to breathe (as much) of everyone else's air while we wait for everything to reopen.
See what there is to do in and around Boston this weekend! From Boston to Newton, Needham, and Brookline, we got you covered with this list of things to do. Don't miss out!
Reports show that rural properties' selling prices are rising significantly due to the pandemic.
As New England welcomes Cam Newton, and Charlotte says goodbye, he's ready for his parting gift. After buying his condo there for $1.2M in 2012, he's now asking for $2.9M.
You might've caught our blog about Drake's monumental mansion in Toronto's billionaire row. Well, we have another Beaux Arts masterpiece for you. The Breakers in Newport, Rhode Island, built in 1895 for Cornelius Vanderbilt II.
This week we’re highlighting 6 of our top homes located in the South Shore area of Massachusetts
The risks and rewards of landlordship.
TL;DR: The safest ways to get a land contract is through a nonprofit housing agency, or with a real estate attorney beside you. There are plenty of predatory lenders offering these deals so stay vigilant!
With the warm weather coming back, and states easing lockdown restrictions, buyers are finally flooding back into the market. However, amongst the uncertainty, they're noticing a critical factor is at play; nobody is selling!
Old-world opulence meets modern living and cutting-edge tech in Radcliff Hill, the architectural masterpiece overlooking the Charles.
Welcome to the "House in Wellesley."
After cutting their royal ties, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, shipped off; out of their motherland-- not "the", "their" as in implying ownership-- and set off for greener pastures. What could get greener than existing as literal royalty? Well, existing as a mega-famous celebrity couple adored the world over without any royal responsibilities, of course.
Summer's coming, and if you're not into mansions with pools, we still got you covered. Beaches closed? We know what to do: buy a house with it's own beach.
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