2018 saw 15 Single Family Homes sell over $1,000,000 in comparison to 2017 that saw 13 sales over $1,000,000. This almost quadruples the 2016 total of 4 single family homes sold over that mark!
Luxury Home Sales North Shore MA
What’s the best time of the year to sell a home? As listing agents, It’s a question that we get asked when people are preparing to sell a home, but have some flexibility in their timeframe to do so. There are a few factors to consider, here are the biggest two:
It's not often that a large contemporary home pops up on the market on the North Shore of Massachusetts, where Colonials, Capes & Victorians are most prevalent, especially one that sits on over 8 Acres of land! Being a "loft-lover", I am so very happy to see a home like this hit the market!
What this information will show is that Reading single family homes averaged OVER $300 per square foot - which is the first time this threshold has been broken here in any given year!
We are over the hallway mark of 2017 by almost two months at this point, and it's no surprise that the condo sales market North of Boston was just as fired up as the single family home sales market.
Here's a quick comparison of condominium sales in 4 towns in the 93 / 95 "split" from Jan 1, 2017 to today: August 21, 2017.
Reading Condo [...]
This single family home at 6 Batchelder Avenue in North Reading is a wonderful 1 bedroom condo-alternative. 1022 Square Feet with nature at your doorstep!.....
Last night I presented some information to new single family homebuyer clients looking North of Boston, targeting towns such as Reading, North Reading, Stoneham, Wilmington, Woburn & Wakefield. Not surprisingly, days on market are quick (the past 2 weeks of offers have an average of 10 days until offer in Reading alone!), and multiple-offers are the norm, which means "over-asking" accepted offers are also the trend.
The spring market is blooming in North Reading
The spring market in North Reading is the time when sellers and buyers come out of hibernation and buy real estate at a feverish pace. When you think of spring, you may think of April showers and May flowers. But in real estate, the spring market is half [...]
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