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Local Market Update for Newton, MA

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Between January 2014 and January 2015, the city of Newton has seen an increase of 8.1% in the closings of single-family homes. Prices of single-family homes in Newton have

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Boston Market Update: May 2016

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The Greater Boston Association of Realtors has released the local market updates for March 2016 and seeing how single-home and condominium sales increased despite an increase in pricing, it is safe to say its a sellers market.
The supply of homes for sale in March was significantly higher than February, indicating that more sellers are deciding to list their homes. However, while prices were way up over last year, the sales have not suffered.

 

Real Estate Selling Tips

Selling Your Home? Don't Know Where to Begin?

Your Castles Unlimited Realtor is an expert in marketing homes. But your role in the final results is just as important: to make your home as attractive as possible to potential buyers.
Remember that first impressions count. You should do everything you can to make that first impression a
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Millennium Place Luxury Complex

Millennium Place Luxury Complex

New Luxury Complex and Its Many Many Perks

 

The developers of Millennium Place Luxury Complex, a 15-story luxury complex in midtown, aren't just selling condos, but creating an upscale urban lifestyle.

             The three-bedroom condo we looked at had all the high-end amenities and views you'd expect with a price point of more than

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Copley Place Becoming Biggest Residential Building in Boston

Copley Place Becoming Biggest Residential Building in Boston

What's In Store for Copley?

Simon Property Group is moving forward with plans for a 47-story tower at Copley Place that would be the largest residential building in Boston.

            They say in a new city filing today that the development would ensure the complex "maintains its status as the most attractive retail destination in Boston [...]

Harvard University Expansion

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Is Harvard University Underachieving?

Harvard University's decision more than 20 years ago to expand its campus into Allston was driven by a spirit of innovation and entrepreneurship. Neighbors feared they might be run over in the process. But they rarely worried that Harvard would ever think too small. Now, it seems, they

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Financial District Becoming Real Neighborhood

Financial District Becoming Real Neighborhood

Financial District en Route to Becoming a Real Neighborhood

No longer do the sidewalks roll up after 6 p.m. in the Financial District.

            The Hub will see twice the number of new housing units during this cycle than it did last cycle. And it is well-positioned to absorb the housing spurt, as there is a shift toward more urban

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Selling Your Home

Selling Your Home

Selling Your Home? Lost on How to Start? Read Here!

            You have probably seen stories about how the Boston real estate market has been cruising along and you may be wondering what your home is really worth in today's seller's market...We've outline some of the most important [...]

Everything You Need to Know About Newton Public Transportation

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With March marking the newest two-year closure of Boston's Government Center T station and the four weekend lane restrictions on the Massachusetts Turnpike, transportation in the Boston area seems to be constantly changing. But here's what you need to know about Newton transportation in your area.

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