Booms and busts are a natural part of capitalism, but there’s something rather perverse about this particular bust.
The share of Boston-area home listings with price cuts may be much less than the same months in 2018 and 2019, but the size of the reductions are like nothing seen in the last five years.
A new report from brokerage and listings portal Redfin suggests homebuyer competition took a nosedive in Greater Boston between June and July – but it’s still stronger than in many metros.
With demand from people relocating to more sun-drenched markets thanks to an ability to work remotely already fading, many Sun Belt metros face a growing risk of seeing a downturn in their housing markets, according to a new analysis. Not so in Greater Boston.
U.S. home prices jumped by a record amount in June as homebuyers competed for a limited supply of available houses, the latest evidence that the housing market remains red-hot.
An opportunity for first-time buyers to find houses priced below market value is presenting itself in a number of places across the country – so long as they’re not looking in much of Greater Boston.
To succeed in a declining market, focus on generating more buyer leads. You must also aggressively price your listings slightly below market value, or your sellers will end up “chasing the market down.”
A new study from Redfin has found Boston’s housing market is at a middling risk of declining prices or other negative impacts in the event of an economic slowdown.
If at-large Boston City Councilor and possible mayoral candidate Michelle Wu’s critiques of New England Development’s project next to the Boston Landing commuter rail station in Allston seem unreasonable, we have some unfortunate news for you.
A new report by housing finance company Unison has found it would take the median Boston household 30 years to save up for a traditional 20 percent down payment on a new home.
The beginning of this month may have marked a turning point in the unending river of optimism about home price appreciation in Greater Boston.
Home prices are up strongly both year over year and month over month, according to a new report from CoreLogic, a global property information provider.