01Mar
Boston’s Population Pipeline Keeps Multifamily Resilient

Extreme challenges―like construction pricing and the land use process―will help push the metro’s deliveries steadily down over the next four years, according to new projections. The volume of multifamily investment sales is down in Boston multifamily, and that’s good news because everything has sold out, says Boston Realty Advisors’ CEO Jason Weissman. “There are not a […]

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26Feb
Smaller Rental Properties Catch Boston Investors’ Eyes

Boston Realty Advisors Spots a Rise in ‘Middle-Market’ Apartment Investments Boston’s flood of new high-priced, downtown apartment properties seems to be doing little to sour investors’ appetite for the market. They just want smaller bites. A new report from Boston Realty Advisors suggests that investors are turning to the market’s “middle-range” properties – older, smaller […]

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25Feb
Beacon Hill Remains the Most Stable and Exclusive Market in Boston
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Beacon Hill’s characteristic narrow gas-lit streets, brick sidewalks, decorative iron work, and red brick houses have been preserved to maintain its 19th century charm – the neighborhood was designated as a historic district in 1955, making it the oldest historic district in Massachusetts. With average household income at $130,521 and average PSF topping $1,226, it […]

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