Changes in State Population Over One Year Recently reported moving data keeps showing an exodus from high-tax states to those with better climes. Today’s graphic from the U.S. Census Bureau shows changes in population for all 50 U.S. states (and Puerto Rico) and it seems to be pretty consistent with the recent data. Stay safe
A running list of the cost to rent in more than a dozen Mass. cities (Jan. edition) Prices are still falling in some cities, but the majority are seeing them rise. Continue reading, and search the latest listings, at realestate.boston.com. The post A running list of the cost to rent in more than a dozen
Best & Worst Drivers By City 2021 Which cities have the best & worst drivers? Conventional wisdom might say that would be hard to quantify but the folks over at QuoteWizard (part of lendingtree) gave it a shot. They analyzed two million car insurance quotes from drivers in America’s 70 largest cities to come up
U.S. long-term mortgage rates jump SILVER SPRING, Md. (AP) — Average long-term U.S. mortgage rates jumped again this past week, reaching their highest level since March 2020. Mortgage buyer Freddie Mac reported Thursday that the average rate on the benchmark 30-year home loan rose to 3.45% this week from 3.22% last week. It was at
Demand for Second Homes is 77% Above Pre-Pandemic Levels According according to a recent Redfin analysis of mortgage-rate lock data from real estate analytics firm Optimal Blue, demand for second homes remains well above pre-pandemic levels as affluent buyers continued to take advantage of remote work and low mortgage rates. A mortgage-rate lock is an
12 must-see open houses happening this weekend (Jan. 15-16) From a 3-bed ranch on a dead-end in Groveland for $ 469,900 to a 5-bed 12,000-plus-square-foot Easton home on 26 acres for $ 3.25m. | realestate.boston.com The post 12 must-see open houses happening this weekend (Jan. 15-16) appeared first on Boston.com Real Estate.