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! […]
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 […]
Though there hasn’t been much of a winter to speak of, we are seeing the main symptom of the winter market: extremely limited number of homes on the market. However, the fall was remarkably busy, with 14 Hilliard Road bringing many (over 100) buyers through our frequent open houses. Those buyers are waiting for what […]
One of the LFA’s many wonderful annual events! Oh, and the kids had fun too!
Lincoln has two centers, really. One is the commercial center, and we’ll cover that eventually. Today, however, we’re writing about the historic center. With the Library, the First Parish Church, and the intersections of Lincoln, Trapelo, Bedford, Sandy Pond an Weston roads (each with a stop sign – no stoplights here!) you’ve probably passed through. […]