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Hot or Not in Boston Back Bay Luxury Real Estate?

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Hot or Not in Boston Back Bay Luxury Real Estate?

Ranked at number 16 in "The 20 Hottest Markets this Spring" by Realtor Magazine Boston continues to be a very Hot market for Real Estate.  As the following graph, courtesy of Trulia.com,  shows sale prices for Boston Back Bay homes are up significantly over last year at this time.


Boston Bach Bay Real Estate graphAmong millennials, roughly those people between 18 and 26, which account for 31% of home buyers Boston is ranked number 4 in the United States and Boston's Back Bay area is in my experience a favorite location for millennials. What millennial would not like the Bay restaurants and night life along with great access to public transportation?




Top 10 Markets to Watchin 2016

Realtor.com's chief economist, Jonathan Smoke, has this  to say about Boston's Real Estate Market, "Some markets have been hot and continue to remain hot (San Diego, Sacramento, Boston, Atlanta)."  He ranks Boston as the 10th hottest market in the United States.


What No one can predict with absolute certainty where the real estate market is heading.  

But we all know that when something is hot it takes a while to cool down.  Buying in the Bostons Back Bay is almost a guarantee of having a home that will appreciate in value.  If you are thinking of selling then my advice is "Strike while the iron is hot", it could get hotter, but it could cool down.

Talk to Experts that Know Boston Back Bay Luxury Real Estate

If you need advice, have a real estate question, or want to buy or sell in the area why not connect with a team that knows the area, knows the market and will provide you with the individual attention you have earned?

Boston Back Bay Luxury Real Estate Team


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Thomas J. Nelson, REALTOR ® e-Pro CRS RCS-D Vets
Big Block Realty 858.232.8722 - La Jolla, CA
CEO of Vision Drive Realty - Coastal San Diego

Boston & Providence did well in a top 20 cities to own in article I saw this week. San Diego was #3.

Apr 13, 2016 12:02 PM
Ray Stockwell

Thanks for the comment

Apr 13, 2016 11:01 PM