wellesley

2012 Closed Sales Report

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Newton, MA (January 2012)
 
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Wellesley, MA (January 2012)

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Brookline, MA (January 2012)

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Most Expensive Listing: Wellesley, MA

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44 Carisbrooke Road
Wellesley, MA 02481: Norfolk County

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Office: Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage - Wellesley - Central St.
Agent: Adele David

Top 5 Single-Family Listings in Wellesley, MA

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1. 190 Pond Road, Wellesley, MA
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Wellesley, MA 02482
Status: Active
List Price: $6,295,000
Total Rooms: 14
Beds/Baths: 6/7
Master Bath: Yes
Living Area: 7495sqft
Acres: 3.02 (131503 sqft)
Style: Colonial, Other (See Remarks)
Basement: Yes
Lender Owned: No
Short Sale With Lender Approval Required: No
Garage: 4 Attached, Garage Door Opener,











 

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Local Market Update for Wellesley, MA

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Comparing the months of January 2014 and January 2015 in Wellesley, MA, we see that the number of closed sales of single-family homes has decreased by 14.3% and the average sales price has increased by 14.7%. The number of days homes in Wellesley have stayed on the market increased by 71.8% and the number of new listings in the

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Wellesley Market Update: First Quarter 2016

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The Greater Boston Association of Realtors has released the local market updates for the first quarter of 2016 and aside from some high condominium pricing; the real estate market in Wellesley is not looking too bad!?
While prices saw a small increase of 6 percent over last year, that did not affect sales negatively.

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Newton Ranked 12th Best Place to Live in the United States of America

70 Suffolk Road Newton, MA 02467

According to Money Magazine, Newton, MA tops the United States livability charts yet again.