Demand for Pools Exploded During the Pandemic The Wall Street Journal (reposted on Realtor.com) says 2020’s pandemic induced an “explosion” of swimming pools across the country. They cite data showing sales of new in-ground pools rose 24% in 2020 – which they say is historic. However, they do offer up this caveat; Homeowners without any
Listed: A Japanese-inspired landmark in Fall River for .2 million This Fall River landmark has six bedrooms, 2.5-baths, and a Japanese-inspired design. See inside at realestate.boston.com. The post Listed: A Japanese-inspired landmark in Fall River for $ 1.2 million appeared first on Boston.com Real Estate.
Rentable Says September Rents are Surging Rentable says that the median nationwide rent price for one-bedroom units in September was $ 1,219 (up 2.4%) with two-bedroom units coming in at $ 1,479 (up 2.09%). Year-to-date, Rentable says one-bedrooms are now up 8.27% and two-bedrooms have gained 6.87%. Be sure to check out their full data
We asked, you answered: This is what it’s like to live in Boston We asked you answered. What was it like to move here during the pandemic? What about getting around town? Continue reading at realestate.boston.com. The post We asked, you answered: This is what it’s like to live in Boston appeared first on Boston.com
Working for a Living All across the nation men & women are engaged in numerous trades and occupations – and let’s not forget they all need a place to live! Recent data from the U.S. Census Bureau took a look at selected occupations with more than 1 million full-time, year-round workers by sex. Stay safe
Listed: For under 0,000, an eclectic South End apartment made for an artist Unit 102 is on the market for $ 359,040 for qualifying buyers with Artist Housing Certification who meet income requirements. | realestate.boston.com The post Listed: For under $ 360,000, an eclectic South End apartment made for an artist appeared first on Boston.com