Even in New England, where market trends are insulating the region from the worst of the decline in residential real estate demand, the market is decidedly cooling.
Cambridge’s Kendall Square might never have become the world’s life science capital save for a chance connection between David Clem and a New Hampshire timber company.
Big storms used to drive the flooding, now a king tide is enough to deposit nearly a foot of water in low-lying areas in Hampton, flooding streets and homes even on sunny days.
Messy kitchens; concierge services; coworking spaces; connections to local businesses: These are what homebuyers want in new developments.read more
Up until a month or two ago, sellers were in the driver’s seat, but as buyers’ use of contingencies rise, they still have an option to control the deal.read more
Zillow isn’t walking away from iBuying, after all.read more
Like many economists, Bill Nelson says the Fed took too long this year to start raising rates and is focused too much on what inflation is like today, versus what it could be like in the future.read more
It’s not just ability to pay that helps knock less-well-off buyers out of the housing market as prices and mortgage interest rates climb through the roof.read more