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Real estate is a seasonal business and this is a changing market. Through the spring and summer, the number of houses in Newton and Brookline increased indicating, to many, a recovering market. The average sale price trailed behind probably because of all the distressed properties lingering. Looking at the nine month snapshot for Newton and Brookline, we are delighted to see average sale price is up across the board. The number of transactions have begun to drop. According to the National Association of Realtors (NAR) this declining inventory indicates “the market is clearly healing.”
The total homes listed for sale continue to move downward. The latest decline in October to 3.33 million was partly seasonal, as autumn and winter months nearly always have fewer listings in comparison with spring and summer months. Still, examining listings only in the month of October (so as to get an apple-to-apple comparison), this year saw the lowest inventory since 2005. ~Lawrence Yun, Chief Economist NAR Read more
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Visit www.YourNewtonMove.com to see the full set of statistics for Newton and Brookline. Ask for a local market analysis for your home! Contact me at 617.797.9497.
This spacious multi-family was built in 1893 and is located on a side street smack in the heart of Newtonville’s Cabot District. The property has approximately 3178 sq ft living area with 12 rooms, 6 bedrooms, and 3 full baths. The first floor has an updated kitchen and lots of old world charm. The second and third floor is an open slate ready for your design. This home is an opportunity for a buyer with vision.
MLS # 71240368 141-143 Norwood Avenue Newtonville, MA 02460
Lots of old world charm
Listing broker is Nancy Marston, with Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage in Waltham.
On a cold winter night, nothing is better than a burning fire in your fireplace or wood-burning stove. It warms the room and casts a warm light. For conistent good quality firewood, try Beech Hill Firewood at 617.964.5511.
Beech Hill Firewood is a full service firewood delivery company. Located in Newton, Massachusetts, Beech Hill Firewood delivers wood in the Greater Boston area. Beech Hill sells clean, hand loaded, cut split hardwoods. Typical loads contain oak, ash, maple and beech hardwoods. Standard length firewood is 16 inches to 22 inches length. All wood is well seasoned, air dried for one year or kiln dried. Since 1990, we have offered an excellent product, prompt delivery, and friendly service. ~www.BeechHillFirewood.com
Liverman Family Chimney Sweep
Before you light your first fire this season, be sure to have your fireplace inspected by a good chimney sweep. Read here to see why I recommend Irwin Liverman – 617-244-6956. Read more about Irwin.
If your current home doesn’t have a fireplace to snuggle up in front of, contact me and help you find a new home that does.