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St. Regis Residences coming to 150 Seaport Blvd.

The address at 150 Seaport Boulevard will soon have a tower planned at the Seaport District location that is currently home to Whiskey Priest and the Atlantic Beer Garden. According to Cronin Development, this will be an outpost of the St. Regis luxury brand. This premier development is slated to be a tower that houses 114 condos and will scrape the Seaport’s skyline with …

Midyear Real Estate Market Report

As we are upon the middle of 2018, the economy has been remaining strong with both wage growth and an improving job market. These positive factors are anticipated to fuel home sales and prices, but the lower supply and affordability challenges may hinder the rate of increase. Chief economist of the National Association of Realtors (NAR), Lawrence Yun, has recently shared his midyear forecast …

Real Estate Market Shows Home Sales Increase by 1.1%

Home sales continue to grow this year with an increase of 1.1% seen in March across the nation according to a recent report from the National Association of Realtors. The growth is still not as much as last year as inventory challenges have made activity difficult. Total home sales of single-families, townhomes and condos has increased by 1.1% to 5.6 million in March from …

Real Estate Market Sees Home Sales Increase 3%

Positive news about the real estate market has been shared by the National Association of Realtors explaining that regardless of a void of inventory and rising prices, existing home sales have rebounded with increases seen across the country. Existing home sales for single family properties, townhomes, condos and coops grew by 3.0% to 5.54 million in February from January. After this increase sales are …

2018 Begins with Slow Sales Due to Low Winter Inventor...

Existing home sales have recently experienced a slower month of activity for the month of January as the year 2018 began according to the National Association of Realtors. All significant regions across the United States had seen slower movement in sales due to limited inventory coupled with a typical slow down during the winter months. Total existing sales for completed sold transactions of single …

Fall market shows a 0.7% increase in sales

Coming off of a summer with a declining number of sales, the fall market has shown to have reversed the trend of slowing sales. Despite the trend of a shortage of supply and the recent hurricanes which have caused their challenges in certain regions, a typical uptick in activity for fall has been seen. The total existing home sales (sold transactions of townhomes, single-family …

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