[...]More than 60 towns and urban neighborhoods have already blown past previous price peaks set in 2005 at the height of the housing bubble, the story notes, citing stats from The Warren
Check out these photos and virtual tours of The Arlington, a new new luxuxry apartment complex in Boston. Located at 100 Arlington Street, the building is in walking distance to both the Green Line and Newbury Street. The building is an old convereted school with one bedroom, two bedroom, and studio
Bicycle friendly amenities are leading to a rise in property values across the world marshaled by developments in urban centers and suburban outposts that accommodate “active” transportation. On a national scale, the values of homes in areas with "above-average” access to transportation are higher than those of comparable properties by up to $34,000.