According to a recent Case-Shiller home price report, home prices across the country are increasing at a slower rate. In the first quarter of 2014, the National Index gained only 0.2%. Nineteen of the twenty cities studied showed positive returns in March - New York City was the only to decline, while Dallas and Denver reached new index [...]
According to the Redfin blog, Boston is the third most walkable city in the US, right behind New York and San Franscico.
Boston has a Walk Score of 79.5 out of 100, meaning that most daily errands can be done without the need for a car or transportation besides walking.
As people continue to flock to urban areas and the housing shortage continues to grow, home prices also continue to grow.
Newly constructed last year, this 5,465-square-feet single-family home stands out from all the San Francisco residential designs and offers you beautiful views of the Golden Gate Bridge.
Rent prices have dropped significantly in the most expensive U.S. cities, such as: San Francisco, New York, and Boston.
Mike Markkula, an early investor in Apple, started assembling this compound north of San Fran in the 1980s. At 14,200 acres, the place stands as the largest single parcel in California’s Carmel Valley.