It’s easy to be so busy and focused we miss the spectacular beauty of this rural setting. Jeannine photographed some of our favorite spots across town. We’ll be using one of Sandy Pond for our upcoming mailer (keep an eye on your mail, Lincoln residents!). We wanted to share this glimpses of why we love […]
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 […]
We gave away 500 pieces of candy, a hundred “bones” pens and a hundred slime-covered “eyeball” bouncy balls from our ‘haunted house for sale” at the Rec Department’s trunk-or-treat. Our past clients got mini pumpkins, too. Jeannine was a spooky ghost hiding in our darkened van. Ours was a popular trunk!
There is so little on the market in Lincoln and the pent-up demand feels palpable. Is it borne out in the data? YES! But less so in surrounding towns. One year ago, today, there were 25 single family houses on the market in Lincoln, now there are 16. That works out to only three months’ […]
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 […]
We’ve captured the variety and trends in the Lincoln, MA single family market over the last five years by looking across what we consider the different “market brackets”. Less than $750,000 Between $750,000 and $999,999 Between $1,000,000 and $1,249,999 Between $1,500,000 and $1,749,999 Between $1,750,000 and $1,999,999 More than $2,000,000 Here you can see that […]
In 2017, more buyers and sellers of single-family homes in Lincoln chose Jessica and Jeannine than any other agent or team! Nine of our Lincoln listings sold in 2017. They sold for an average of 99% of the list price. Whereas the town averaged 86 days to receive an offer, our listings averaged 42.
Looking at the market for <$700,000 livable houses in Carlisle, Concord, Sudbury, Wayland, and Lincoln A family of four is looking for a house that meets their immediate needs and fits within their budget in Carlisle, Concord, Sudbury, Wayland, and Lincoln. Where to begin? Well, let’s take a quick look at sales within the past […]
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 […]
2016 Sales Data for Carlisle, Concord, Lincoln, Sudbury, Wayland, & Weston There are lots of year’s end lists out there as we bid adieu to 2016. Here, we’re looking at basic averages across the six market towns we track. In descending order of most expensive housing per square foot, here’s the 2016 data: In Weston, 140 […]