Real Estate – Boston as a Whole

By Adam Geragosian | March 15, 2011 | Comments Off on Real Estate – Boston as a Whole

Boston is one of the most unique metropolitan areas in the United States. We’re an older city with a great selection of condos. Whether you’re looking for upscale luxury properties, new developments, or older homes with antique charm our city has it. Wintston Churchhill once famously called Commonwealth Avenue in the Back Bay “the most […]

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Real Estate — Spring Ahead

By Adam Geragosian | February 24, 2011 | Comments Off on Real Estate — Spring Ahead

In the Northeast, we know how harsh and long the winters can be… however, this has been one of the worst in recent memory. The record amount of snow we saw this winter had an affect on the real estate market. With sidewalks blocked, parking spaces marked, streets not plowed; etc. It made it difficult […]

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Real Estate — Buyers Peaking Interest

By Adam Geragosian | January 6, 2011 | Comments Off on Real Estate — Buyers Peaking Interest

The sudden spike in interest rates over the last few weeks has helped drive (what was) a slow winter market in to a flurry of activity. Over the last 3-4 months the general buying public began taking for granted historically low rates (i.e. 4.275% for qualified buyers). There was a common mentality and clouded belief […]

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Real Estate — Buyer and Rate Relationship

By Adam Geragosian | November 19, 2010 | Comments Off on Real Estate — Buyer and Rate Relationship

There has been a phenomenon going on in the market over the last few months. The historically low rates are having little to no impact on buyers any more. Buyers have become too comfortable with these rates and are taking them for granted. Most buyers in the market right now are people that are ready […]

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Real Estate — Improving Your Credit

By Adam Geragosian | November 5, 2010 | Comments Off on Real Estate — Improving Your Credit

It is important to note that raising your score is a bit like losing weight: It takes time and there is no quick fix. In fact, quick-fix efforts can backfire. The best advice is to manage credit responsibly over time. See how much money you can save by just following these tips and raising your […]

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