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This Single-Family in Melrose, MA recently sold for $851,000. This Victorian style home was sold by BLINK Realty Group - Keller Williams Realty/Reading.


89 Sewall Woods Road, Melrose, MA 02176

Single-Family

$849,900
Price
$851,000
Sale Price

10
Rooms
5
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Tucked away on a quiet side street of the Melrose Highlands is this fine Victorian!! With its wonderful wrap around front porch and a serene view of the Sewall Woods across the Street. You'll love the 16x11 entry foyer with its natural oak woodwork, three gorgeous stained glass windows, beveled glass front door and double French doors that lead into the LR. FR with a FP (owner has not used FP in years, needs to be checked) and an amazing mantle. The kitchen is a great size and features a large bow window overlooking the private, rear yard. There are up to five bedrooms (one is now a den) on the second and a huge full bath with unique ceiling! The third floor offers an unheated finished room, 15x12, and lots of storage. There is an awesome man-cave in the lower level as well. Add features include wooden doorknobs, very high ceiling in LL, copper water line, plaster medallions on many ceilings, three zone heat, detached garage and an easy walk to schools and the train to Boston!

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This Condo in Boston, MA recently sold for $639,000. This Detached,Low-Rise style home was sold by BLINK Realty Group - Keller Williams Realty/Reading.


925 East 2nd St., Boston, MA 02127

South Boston

Condo

$639,000
Price
$639,000
Sale Price

5
Rooms
2
Beds
1
Baths
This sunny, move-in ready home near South Boston's Castle Island has everything you are looking for: idyllic location, parking for 2 cars, central air conditioning, private outdoor space, deeded storage and in-unit laundry. The gracious layout includes an oversized living room which leads to one of 2 decks perfect for taking in the saltwater air from the nearby beaches. The kitchen features granite countertops, stainless appliances, gas cooking and an island with built-in storage. There is even a designated dining area to entertain your guests. The 2 large bedrooms have excellent closets and are adjacent to the 2nd private deck. The classic white bathroom is complete with a tiled shower/bathtub and vanity. You’ll have no lack of storage space between the in-unit laundry room and your deeded storage locker. Other highlights: bamboo floors, tankless hot water, gas heating and a brand new roof (2018). Lastly are the 2 full parking spaces, so you'll never have to circle the block again.

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This Multi-Family in Cambridge, MA recently sold for $1,750,000. This style home was sold by BLINK Realty Group - Keller Williams Realty/Reading.


150 Webster Ave, Cambridge, MA 02141

Wellington-Harrington

Multi-Family

$1,500,000
Price
$1,750,000
Sale Price

2
Units
3,789
Approx. GLA
Rare Opportunity to buy a 2 Family home in Cambridge! Live or Invest! Conveniently located less than a mile from Inman Sq, Kendall Sq, Central Sq, AND the Red line! This property was gut renovated in 2005 to raise the roof & create an additional spacious & bright top floor for unit 2 making this unit feel more like a single family home! Unit 2's main floor has an open concept with a high-end kitchen complete with granite countertops, Bosch double wall ovens & Fisher Paykel double dishwasher, an office, & full bath. The top floor offers 7 skylights, vaulted ceilings, a master suite with soaking tub & peekaboo fireplace, 3 more bedrooms, another full bath, and a laundry room! First floor unit is a great rental opportunity! 2 bed / 1 bath with living room, dining room, eat-in kitchen AND in-unit laundry! Parking is plentiful with a 2 car garage and driveway that fits 2-3 cars! Both units will be delivered vacant. 1/2 mile to MIT, 1.3 miles to Harvard, 2 miles to Boston

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This Single-Family in Wakefield, MA recently sold for $630,135. This Colonial style home was sold by BLINK Realty Group - Keller Williams Realty/Reading.


3 Fairmount Ave, Wakefield, MA 01880

Single-Family

$579,900
Price
$630,135
Sale Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
Located on the Westside, this gracious Dutch Colonial has been in the same family for decades and now awaits new owners. Traditional layout with large entry foyer, formal diningroom with built in china cabinet, generous sized kitchen that has been updated, gas cooking and fully applianced, Livingroom with fireplace. Beautiful hardwood floors throughout. Three good sized bedrooms on second floor including a master bedroom with large walk in closet. Two full baths that have been updated, Enclosed porch off the livingroom. Updated roof, siding, windows.Gas heat and HW. Ample attic storage (pulldown stairs). Offstreet parking. Nice private yard. All of this close to commuter rail to Boston, major highways, Lake Quannapowitt and downtown Wakefield with it's vast array of restaurants and shops .

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Making market projections is hard to do. In real estate, it is an exact science that requires a lot of thinking and a lot of due diligence. With a lot of economic and market factors, who would have thought they must also consider climate factors when investing in the real estate market. 

It is incredible how far the world has come in terms of real estate projections. It has taken into account a lot of factors that make investing in real estate easier.

If you are environmentalist, and a smart investor at that, you probably want a glimpse of the real estate projections that consider the climate.

The following are the answers to how climate change will affect the real estate market:

  • Projections show that there would be less demand for waterfront homes. Unless you are filthy rich, you would not want your property cost to go up the roof during the rainy season. It has become a practical custom for individual home buyers to focus less on demanding a waterfront home and instead have a pool if their budget can cover it. Given that there are so many floods, hurricanes, and storms that come along the way, it has become impractical to invest in a waterfront home. It seems like a reality that real estate agents selling waterfront homes have learned to accept.
  • Most real estate professionals project higher insurance premiums for real estate properties to trend in the coming years. With climate change, insurance companies are facing higher risks, so it becomes a must for them to raise prices.
  • Projections also expect higher property taxes to come out of upcoming legislation. With the government's need to provide protection and environmental upkeep, expect even property taxes to go up because of climate change.
  • The increased property value for some homeowners is the only good thing out of the real estate projections. More houses can get more equity and homeowner should take advantage of this.

It is easier to make some changes and follow the projections of the market with a little knowledge. Individuals can always see the potential of what they are doing with the help of the right market factors. 

If you are ready to invest in climate change-ready houses and properties, contact a real estate professional today and see what an expert can do to help you.