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I just checked the multiple listing service (MLS) and there are over 270 Open Houses scheduled for Saturday, January 26 and Sunday, January 27 across Boston, Cambridge, Somerville, Arlington, Winchester, Waltham, Lexington, and Belmont. Just click here for complete schedule and property informati...
The Greater Boston Real Estate Board (GBREB) just released the December 2012 market results and the data shows an overall strengthening market. For the Greater Boston area we saw a 11.8% increase in year-over-year (YOY) single-family homes in December and a 17.5% increase in YOY condominium sales...
Hot off the press - here is the link for this week's open house information for Back Bay, South End, The Fenway, Beacon Hill, Charlestown and Brookline - http://www.buyeragentsofboston.com/searches/2202719.rss Don't forget that our advanced website provides complete property information and acces...
If you are thinking that you may be buying a home during the Spring 2013 market (or even if you haven't checked your credit reports in over a year) - now is the time to check to make sure your credit profile is up-to-date. Each person is entitled to receive a FREE copy of their credit report (cre...
Here is a quick-link to view a snapshot of recent South Boston sales - http://www.buyeragentsofboston.com/searches/2174901.rss
Interested in what properties have sold for over the past few months in the South End, Back Bay and Beacon Hill? Look no further - all you have to do is click on this link - http://www.buyeragentsofboston.com/searches/2174859.rss
Home owners can breath a bit easier now that the fiscal cliff agreements have been finalized and signed into law. Through the efforts of the National Association of REALTORS (NAR), many important provisions of the tax code have survived including the Mortgage Cancelation provision, deduction for ...
Although most homeowners in Boston are going to get a bit of a shock when they open their tax bills that arrived in today's mail and see an increase over last year, there is a silver lining. The new residential property tax exemption (available to owner-occupants in Boston) has increased to $1,72...