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Not our Normal Spring Real Estate Market - A New Way in Real Estate

Answers. It's what we all want. But nobody has them, and anyone claiming they do, well, I recommend a fact check. None of us here at Windhil have that elusive crystal ball and no, we can't make you any promises about the future. But what I can tell you is that here in the northeast, north of Boston, on the northshore in particular, what we are seeing right now is serious pent-up demand for inventory and every listing we take has a long line of ready, willing and able buyers. These homes, if priced properly, are going under contract with multiple offers, sometimes over asking and because our network of professionals including lenders, inspectors, attorneys, etc. are now well-versed in the new way of doing business, the closings are happening efficiently and on time. The closings might be curbside but the smiles are still there.

Predictions point to a delay in inventory that will inevitably explode so if you're thinking of selling but the path is unclear, ask for help, get some sound advice, educate yourself about the new process. Lack of inventory is to your advantage, while it lasts. 

The Massachusetts Real Estate Market is Down But Not Out! Great article thank you to WGBH.

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Will the Future of Remote Work Decide Our Real Estate Forecast?

Will the future of remote work dictate the fundamentals of our real estate climate and produce a future dip? Or a cataclysmic crash?

Are people being over-optimistic about the demand for suburbia; will it last indefinitely?

What affects a home's fundamental value? 

Average home prices in America are the highest they have ever been and here in Boston, a so-called "superstar city", on par with San Francisco, Seattle and San Diego, demand is still high and supply is low. It's a fantastic time to sell! ...

 

 

There's a lot of speculation about the answers to these quesitons. Here's a look at "The 2000s Housing Cycle With 2020 Hindsight" and an informative story by Greg Rosalsky of Planet Money on home prices and housing bubbles.

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