It seems like the red hot Boston real estate market is showing no signs of slowing according to a recent report by Greater Boston Association of Realtors (GBAR). Demand seems to be outpacing supply in a real estate market that’s showed steady annual growth over the past few years.
Weather forecasters and numerous city officials in states along the east coast have been touting that the winter blizzard Juno could be potentially historic, as the worst storm to hit the Northeast in years. While heavy nor’easter storms like these are known to cause disruptions with power outages and halted traffic, the Red Cross is advising people to follow winter weather advisory’s and warnings to keep warm and safe in your household.
It’s official, Boston is one of the countries hottest cities to buy. According to Boston.com, the five hottest neighborhoods in the country include Allston-Brighton, the Back Bay, Beacon Hill, Jamaica Plain, and the South End Boston. These neighborhoods have landed on a national list ranking the 30 most competitive zip codes in the country for home buyers. Jamaica Plain, one of Boston’s culturally vibrant neighborhoods, was ranked the highest on the list, next to highly competitive real estate cities like San Francisco, with contenders in the market offering above-asking offers with all cash incentives.