Boston Real Estate Market

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the most affordable Greater Boston communities for families

Finding an affordable, yet family-friendly neighborhood in the Boston area can sometimes feel impossible. With continuously rising median home prices, affordability is hard to come across in this city.

But, there are still plenty of phenomenal neighborhoods in the greater Boston area that are ideal for growing families.

Not only are these communities filled with outstanding schools, parks, and shopping centers, they have tons of affordable homes on the market.

To help you with your home search, here are the most affordable neighborhoods for families in greater Boston:

Somerville, MA

With seemingly endless cultural events, music festivals, and craft breweries, Somerville has become an increasingly popular place for both first-time

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Staging your Boston Home to Sell Quickly

In order to sell your home quickly in Boston, you need to make it as desirable as possible to potential homebuyers. One of the best ways to do this is by staging.

In fact, staged homes sell 87% faster than non-staged homes. This is because these homes display furniture in a way that maximizes the beauty and size of the rooms.

Here are some tips on how to stage your Boston home so it can sell quickly:

Clean Up the Clutter

One of the best home staging tips for selling your Boston home is to clean up the clutter.

After a few years of living in the same home, you might have papers piling up in a corner of your house or towels overflowing your closets. But now that you're selling your home, it's time to clean them up.

Tidy up every square

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Think Smarter with Nick

Nick discusses our newly launched annual report looking at Boston real estate market trends in 2018. He also responds to many news outlets' reports that the market will slow down soon - see what he thinks.

Looking at the 2018 Annual Warren Report: Condo Edition, what trends do you find interesting?

In my opinion, an annual report gives you a much clearer picture of the market compared to what a quarterly report can provide.  In many cases, a quarterly report’s data can be skewed by outliers simply because the sample size is too small. An annual report has enough data to verify the trends we thought we were seeing in the quarterly reports.  From what I can see so far, the annual report has confirmed the same trends that we started to identify

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Echelon Seaport is a new construction luxury condo and apartment development in Boston’s Seaport District. It is going to feature three mixed-use towers with over 1.3 million square feet across 3.5 acres. Two of Echelon Seaport’s three towers will be home to 400 condominium units available for purchase. The third tower will feature luxury apartments available for rent. One of the highlights of Echelon Seaport is the amenities that the residents who will live here will get to enjoy. These include two signature outdoor pools with landscaped sun decks and terraces as well as an indoor pool. Concierge service will be available 24 hours a day and residents will be able to park their vehicles in the underground garage. Echelon Seaport is slated to be

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Nick Warren has been involved in the Boston real estate market for over ten years as Founder and CEO of BHHS Warren Residential. Having worked with sellers throughout the city and at all price points, he has come to see the real value that staging can bring to a home on the market.

Recently, he worked with sellers of a condo at 141 West Second Street in South Boston. This two bedroom, two full bath layout features an open floor plan with private outdoor space. Large windows bring in tons of light with a spacious living and kitchen area perfect for entertaining. Priced at $975,000, the home hit the market with the seller’s furnishings, as pictured below.

staging images before

As you can see, the size and bulkiness of the furniture made it difficult to really

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7INK by Ollie is a new 14-story residential development recently approved for Boston's Ink Block neighborhood in South End. The project would be Boston’s first major co-living development, emphasizing communal living. Ollie residents enjoy hotel-style amenities for free like premium television, housekeeping, and social memberships. They have properties in other cities around the United States such as Pittsburgh and New York but this would be their first Boston location.

The Boston location would be part of the six-acre Ink Block neighborhood that includes numerous apartments, condominiums, a hotel, and a variety of businesses. Construction is expected to commence later this year with the building opening in 2020. The homes are marketed as "move-in

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We took a look at some 2 bedroom condos on the market in and around Boston to make a list of some of our favorites. Take a look at these condo options on the market right now:

Brookline - 35 St. Paul Street #2

35 st paul street

Rarely available 2 bedroom + den condo on St Paul Street in the heart of Brookline with two parking spaces. The home is on the first level but it is elevated off the ground and is rear facing which lends itself to a quiet environment away from the street noise. It boasts high ceilings, eat-in-kitchen, hardwood floors, and only condo in the building with laundry in unit! The condo comes with one assigned parking space and an extra assigned space for a small monthly fee. Current condo fee reflects two parking spaces (second space is $65

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The latest stats were just released for the Boston real estate market, showing how competitive the landscape remains for buyers in many areas. We took a look at the stats compared to this time last year. See how the current market compares to 2017:

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Want to see stats for a specific neighborhood or city around Boston? Send us a message and we will send you a full report!

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As the Boston weather warms up and we start thinking about summer and being able to enjoy our beautiful city indoors AND out, two words come to mind: "roof deck." There are few things better than enjoying a meal or glass of wine on a beautiful summer night. Here are 5 properties currently on the market around Boston with stellar roof decks!

14 I Street #9

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Live in this exclusive, luminous penthouse unit in the heart of South Boston. With skyline views of downtown Boston, located just 1/10 of a mile from the beach, this contemporary, 2 bed 2.5 bath home features 7 foot windows throughout and boasts over 1900 square feet. Equipped with Thermador appliances, a gas fire place, 2 deeded garage parking spots and a private deck fitted for a gas grille,

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As the spring market gets underway, we see a ton of new listing activity throughout all of Boston's neighborhoods. There are some pretty stunning homes currently on the market - take a look:

Back Bay

776 Boylston Street #e9-a

776 Boylston #E9-A | $13.5 Million

Imagine waking up in this lush and luxurious front to back residence with unparalleled sweeping views at the Mandarin. Experience one of the most coveted and sought after addresses in Boston’s Back Bay. Take a morning stroll down Newbury Street. The residences at the Mandarin has become the unquestionable leader with the most refined and gracious service and thoughtful amenities in Boston. This unit is one of only a very few 3,500 square foot front to back unit in the complex with three bedrooms, three and a

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