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July 2011 June 2011 July 2010 Single Family: Homes Sold: 23 42 34 Original List Price: $416,373 $325,604 $354,467 Final List Price: $404,239 $311,700 $336,814 Average Sold Price: $384,674 $296,624 $324,647 Average Days on Market: 154 104 69 Median Sales Price: $328,000 $296,500 $317,500
Condos: Home Sold: 26 21 17 Original List Price: $256,404 $258,862 $284,317 Final List Price: $248,219 $254,033 $278,117 Average Sold Price: $238,000 $245,236 $262,194 Average Days on Market: 111 116 78 Median Sales Price: $230,650 $237,250 $237,000
Once again, many Restaurants in the City of Quincy are having special pricing for a week to allow all to try out the excellent food choices in Quincy. Called Taste of Quincy, this has become an annual event with more and more restaurants participating. Click the link below for the full story and check out their web site for all the details.
Snow removal costing the City dearly. New Quincy High School. First New Wing about to open. Quincy College Looking To Break Ties With The City. City Councilors Looking To Limit Sex Offenders in Quincy. North Quincy High School Gets Special Recognition.
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quincy ma real estate: Condo Buyers Beware! - 02/07/09 03:59 PM
Not only are the cities and towns already out of snow removal funds, so are a lot of condo complexes.If you are planning to purchase a condo, I would highly recommend making your offer contingent upon your satisfactory review of not only the condo docs, but also the condo financial statements. Read Full Story Here (0 comments)
quincy ma real estate: Squantum - 01/24/07 01:17 PM
The Squantum section of Quincy is a peninsular at the northern end of Quincy Bay. Squantum got its name from an Indian guide to Myles Standish, named Squanto. Facing north the views are of the Boston skyline and the Boston Harbor Islands. Marina Bay is a section within Squantum. Squantum used to be a popular summer destination and was a resort community before the road was built making access easier. Squantum is now a year round community. The Marina Bay section was the site of one of the worlds first regional airports, and Amelia Earhart helped to develop it and was on the first flight (0 comments)
quincy ma real estate: PMI Payments Deductible for 2007 Purchases - 01/09/07 03:16 PM
PMI BECOMES DEDUCTIBLE IN 2007 A new tax change that makes private mortgage insurance deductible may help some low- and moderate-income buyers purchase homes this year. Borrowers closing loans for home purchases in 2007, who have annual household incomes of $100,000 or less, will be able to get a low down payment mortgage and deduct the full cost of their mortgage insurance premiums on their federal tax returns. The deduction is set to expire at the end of 2007, unless Congress opts to extend it. (0 comments)
quincy ma real estate: Quincy, MA - 01/08/07 06:06 PM
Welcome to Quincy, Massachusetts For A Vitual Tour of Quincy, Click Here Quincy, Massachusetts is a city rich in history. It is home to two Presidents, John Adams, the second President of The United States, and his son John Quincy Adams who was the sixth President. This is why Quincy is referred to as the City of Presidents. Statue of John Adams outside Quincy City Hall
John Adams & John Quincy Adams Memorial at Black' Creek Quincy was settled in 1625 and seperated from Braintree in 1792. It was incorporated as a city in 1888 and was named after Colonel John Quincy. It was also home to Actresses Ruth Gordon (0 comments)
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