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Welcome to the RESIS Real Estate website for Boston condominiums. Our elite team of real estate agents is supported by our comprehensive research division and our professional consulting division to bring you a powerful store of resources to help you make informed real estate decisions. Our priority is helping buyers acquire the best property, at the best price, with the most favorable terms, and providing sellers with an integrated, market-driven sales program to best position and expose their properties. Our unique high-tech and high-touch approach is designed to offer buyers and sellers of Boston condominium properties the most up to date data and the greatest market exposure with the highest caliber of personal service. If you’re a buyer, please contact us for the latest market news and the most up to date available listings. If you're a seller, contact us to have your home featured here. Contact us at 617.610.2741 or info(at)resis(dotted)us

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A Review of Boston’s 2020 Condo Market

The 2020 condo market in Boston was characterized by unusual patterns of inventory and sales transactions as compared to previous years. The Spring market was interrupted by initial covid lockdowns, buyers and renters left the city to work remotely, and inventory ebbed and flowed in atypical form. Sales Transactions Condo sales transactions were down -13%...

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Sept. 2020: Boston Condo Market Update

By the end of 2Q 2020, Downtown Boston condo sales transactions were down -24% overall from last year (off 350 units). These numbers were not skewed by a new development closing. In fact, this year’s 22 One Dalton closings and 87 Echelon closings in the first half of the year outnumbered the few One Dalton...

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APRIL 2020: COVID-19 and The Boston Condo market

It’s early to say what effect the covid-19 pandemic will have on Boston’s condominium market, but here’s what we do know: Sales transactions are down (in most neighborhoods, but not all), but so is inventory (except for the places where it’s up) Days on market are up (except for the few neighborhoods where it’s down),...

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2019 Boston Condo Sales $ 2,500+ psf

The Emergence of Boston's $ 2,500+ PSF Condo Market In 2019, approximately 2% of Boston condos achieved net sale prices at or above ,500 per square foot. This is a significant increase over 2018 where the percentage was 0.6%. In gross numbers, the sales jumped from 20 sales in 2018 to 62 total sales in...

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Jamaica Plain Market Report, January 2020

The Jamaica Plain condo market ended 2019 with sale prices 2% lower than the 2018 sale average. Why the dip? Approximately 20% of the condos that went under contract last year still haven’t closed. 2019 brought a new kind of condo inventory to JP: new construction lifestyle buildings. Of the three new buildings, two are...

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East Boston Condo Market Update

East Boston Condominium Market Update The East Boston condo market has exploded over the last 5 years. It was a market that went from approximately 100 units per year with an average sales price in the low 0,000s and average net sale under 0 per square foot to a market steadily trending at 300+ units...

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Pier 4 Sales Snapshot

Closings at Pier 4 show the demand for luxury, waterfront condos in Boston’s Seaport neighborhood persists. To date, 83 of the 106 condominiums have closed and recorded. The average gross sale price so far is ,205,042 with a net average of ,964. The highest gross price sold to date is PH-C at ,231,920 and ,180...

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Boston’s 2Q Market Update

2019 continues the upward trend of escalating sale prices for Boston condominiums. The average condo sale is now hovering above .4 Million and the median sale at 4,000. As we move into the second half of 2019, the Boston condo market continues to lose inventory priced under 0,000. While 40% of the condos sold year...

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