Downsizing during a Pandemic

Downsizing During the Pandemic?

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Unprecedented low inventory, low interest rates, demand… Despite the catastrophic pandemic, 2020 broke local real estate market records. No one predicted it, but the surging demand for more space was buoyed by historically low interest rates. For the many high-earning urban-dwellers of Boston, the only hardship was the competition. That suburban shift has left nearly […]

single family inventory July 2019 compared to July 2020

How Low is Low?

Posted Leave a commentPosted in Bedford, Concord, Lexington, Lincoln, Market News, Marketing & Selling, Sudbury, Wayland, Weston

Inventory is down across Massachusetts — but how low is low? COVID19 struck just as the market was heating up for spring. We projected lower than typical spring inventory, as many sellers opted to hold rather than list. That happened, and in some communities more than others, we see persisting record-low inventory in single families. […]

Lincoln Real Estate Team and Coronavirus

Coronavirus and the Real Estate Market

Posted Leave a commentPosted in Concord, Lexington, Lincoln, Market News, Marketing, Marketing & Selling, Other Towns/Markets, Sudbury, Wayland, Weston

Coronavirus dramatically transformed the real estate market over the past two months. Spring 2020 was gearing up to be hot and active, with much of our lingering 2019 inventory being absorbed early in the year. We experienced activity even in the highest price points in the market. Many of our own listings sold. Even before […]

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Market Trends 2014 – 2018: Lincoln, Concord, Wayland, Weston, Lexington

Posted Leave a commentPosted in Concord, Condominiums, Downsizing, Lexington, Lincoln, Market News, Marketing & Selling, Uncategorized, Wayland, Weston

Data for Lincoln, Concord, Weston, Wayland, and Lexington gives us a sense of the big trends over the past 5 years. Check it out below! You’ll see that 2018 saw strengthening market indicators for sellers (decreases in inventory, increases in average sale price per square foot, and decreases in average days on the market). That’s […]

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Decision 2018: Lincoln School Building

Posted Posted in Lincoln, Living, Marketing & Selling, Protecting Your Investment

After comprehensive community collaboration, we will undertake to (re)build and pay for an innovative and attractive $94.9M preK-8 Lincoln Pubic School, meaning a 17-19% increased property tax bill. Property value impact cannot be forecast; it was a decision the town needed to make without market speculation. The project makes it EVEN MORE important to use […]