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Real Estate – Renovations… These days.

By Adam Geragosian | October 22, 2010 | Comments Off on Real Estate – Renovations… These days.

With the economic change over the last 2 years we have seen a steady decrease in personal home renovations. The norm used to be owner’s would invest money into their home (i.e. new kitchen, bath, finished basement; etc) and see an immediate return on their investment through resale. Those times have come and gone. The […] Read More

Real Estate — Rates & Buyer's; Why now?

By Adam Geragosian | October 13, 2010 | Comments Off on Real Estate — Rates & Buyer's; Why now?

The Chief Economist for the National Association of Realtors sees this as a positive sign. “Attractive affordability conditions from very low mortgage interest rates appear to be bringing buyers back to the market,” he said. These historically low rates continue to be the driving force behind the market. Such rates have given buyer’s the opportunity […] Read More

Real Estate — Quality is Never an Accident

By Adam Geragosian | August 24, 2010 | Comments Off on Real Estate — Quality is Never an Accident

The use of the word “quality” is relative to every individual, and the service they expect. In real estate, the level of quality you get from your agent is dependant on several factors. A few questions to ask yourself when you want to evaluate your agent are as follows: 1) Do they have my best […] Read More

Real Estate — Spring to Summer

By Adam Geragosian | June 7, 2010 | Comments Off on Real Estate — Spring to Summer

A standard turn in the Boston real estate market takes place as spring turns in to summer. During this time of year, the predicatively active spring market will begin to level off and sustain a more consistent flow into the summer months. In Boston, open houses will often be rescheduled from Sunday afternoon, to Monday […] Read More

Real Estate – Heating Up; From the Top

By Adam Geragosian | April 16, 2010 | Comments Off on Real Estate – Heating Up; From the Top

The pendulum of activity has begun to swing in favor of the higher end property (700k+) within Boston city limits. In the last month alone, there have been sixty properties at or above $700,000 to go under contract. This number doubled that of February, in which we saw only thirty units go under. It is […] Read More

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