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Welcome to your constantly updated resource for news and views on the Brookline Real Estate market. Here you will find commentary and statistics to explain the daily changes in the Brookline specific housing market.

Whether you're looking for an estate in Cottage Farm, a condo in Brookline Village or are just stopping by please feel free to read along and comment at will. If you are interested in speaking about renting an apartment, buyer representation or listing your home please feel free to contact me.

Monday, April 28, 2008

Telling you what you already knew.

"The overall pattern returns me to my musings last month about the possibility that towns closer to Boston are becoming more desirable than towns even one step further from the city. Most striking to me is that prices in Boston proper actually rose last month, for single-family homes and condominiums. Basically, Boston and its closest suburbs are chugging along, while almost everything outside that tight cluster looks pink around the gills. "
-- Binyamin Appelbaum, Boston Globe Real Estate Now Blog.

Now that we're fully talking about 1990/1991 in comparison to the current state of the Mass housing market, it is important to look back to the very basic needs and make buying decisions off of them. Brookline has historically grown even through these downturns. We have many reasons why Brookline is always a top performer. We see the current stats, yet we still hear in our minds that things should be crashing through the floor. We are in a good place here in Brookline, and we should be tremendously thankful for that. Property is still going under agreement just as fast, if not faster, than it is coming on. Remember, real estate was always about "location, location, location" and I cannot think of any better location than here. In our times of high gas prices and collapsing housing prices we have a town where you can walk most places you need to go and our housing prices are strong. What could be better?


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