Hot Seller’s Market continues in Lincoln, Wayland, but fades in Concord

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There are still only 12 houses on the market in Lincoln. That is extraordinarily low inventory, which has meant higher than expected offer prices for those houses that have come onto the market this spring. There is so little on the market, and what there is makes new listings look SO GOOD, but it is […]

2009-2017: Trends in the Lincoln Single Family Market

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Assessing the Lincoln Market Since 2009 Two of our favorite measures of a real estate market — sale price per square foot and days to offer — are helpful in assessing market health when we look for trends year over year. We were asked for data demonstrating trends the Lincoln, Massachusetts real estate market since […]

Spring and Fall Markets in Lincoln 2004-2016, 1 of 4: Is it Trump?

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Is the Presidential Election Causing a Slow Fall Lincoln Real Estate Market? So much to parse in the data set we pulled from MLS sales data here! This data is broken into market seasons: Single family homes in Lincoln listed either between December 1 and May 31 (Spring) and June 1- November 30 (Fall). This enables us to […]

Spring Market So Far: February

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It’s February. Valentine’s Day has passed and so has – we hope — the worst of winter’s cold. Set against the backdrop of what felt like a fall full of unmet demand, we’re feeling like the spring market in the Lincoln area will really blossom. There is so little on at the moment in Lincoln! […]

Comparing Apples to Apples: Town-by-town sales of 2-to-3,000 Sq. Ft. houses

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It’s very hard to compare the market across towns because there are so many variables! But it’s still helpful (and fun) to analyze market data to help paint a picture of how the markets compare, so we’re looking specifically at houses of a moderate size, 2,000-3,000 square feet.  Here’s the data for August 2015- February […]