A Banker & Tradesman Residential Real Estate Blog
Recently rent prices in Boston have begun to drop moderately, for the first time since the recovery began in 2011. GeoHome, a real estate big data startup, shares its predictions for the 2017 market.
This post is slightly meta, but today I thought I’d blog about blogs.
TRID turned one year old last week. If there was a party, this newspaper did not receive an invitation.
Since the horse race to elect our 58th president dominates much of my Twitter feed, I thought I’d do a little research on how it impacts the other thing major feature of my feed: residential real estate.
As we’re all aware – and as the Estately graphic that went around yesterday makes abundantly clear – rent in and around Boston is rapidly rising out of the reach of most would-be city-dwellers
Massachusetts, one of the most populous states in the U.S. and with the longest settlement, has a lot of houses near waste landfill – from active, inactive to closed. GeoHome, a big data startup for real estate, ran an analysis combining The Warren Group’s housing data, land use survey history and information from the Environmental Protection Agency, and found the following interesting patterns.
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