Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. For those with an eye for timeless, romantic, and neo-classical design that features the best of artistry, architectural and quality detail, this Rancho Santa Fe mansion represents perfect beauty. Perched high in the private gated community of Del Rayo Estates, this luxurious estate beholds one of the most magnificent, breath-taking views from any home in Rancho Santa Fe.
Are sellers finally rushing to cash in on all those double-digit price increases? The housing market recovery to date has been a buyer-driven affair, with sellers lounging on the sidelines, watching, waiting and[...]
Did Tom Brady Buy His Way Into Brookline?
The small college in Chestnut Hill finalized the sale of a portion of its property at 400 Heath Street on May 23 to 3DBB[...]
Mortgage Rates on the Rise!
Average U.S. mortgage rates rose modestly this week, a move that makes home-buying a bit less affordable. Still, rates remain near historically low levels.
Mortgage buyer Freddie Mac said Wednesday that the average rate on the 30-year loan increased to 4.29 percent from 4.22 percent last [...]
Selling Your Home? Don't Know Where to Begin?
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
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 [...]
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
Flood Law Update- Provincetown
By December, David Lupone was spending so much time in Provincetown, he decided to buy a 325-square-foot condominium -- a former motel room -- as a weekend getaway.
With a mortgage, it was affordable. Or at least it was until his flood insurance jumped from $600 annually to $5,062 almost[...]
Selling Your Home? Lost on How to Start? Read Here!
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.