The number of single-family homes sold in Massachusetts last month shot up by more than 11 percent compared to June 2014, making it the best June in a decade, according to an organization that tracks the market.
Eight other New England communities made the Top 100 in a new ranking.
The harsh winter likely played a role in the decline.
A shoddy home inspection can leave a buyer with expensive problems to sort out.
Among the challenges: who would buy something they can’t see?
While home sales may have dipped 1 percent in Massachusetts and 3 percent nationally last year, there are several communities in the state that are doing well.
Real estate expert Anthony Lamacchia believes 2015 will be a successful one on the housing market.
Being a Snowbird could be a great lifestyle in retirement but one place will need to be your legal residence and it’s the laws of that state which will dictate your estate planning.
The 18-room home in Weston hit the market on Tuesday for $24 million, with a $155,000 annual tax bill.
The real estate market has been busy this year, so if you sold your house this spring or have it on the market you may get a tax break when you sell your home.