Boston Real Estate Agents

 
 
           
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Real estate agents in Boston, Massachusetts

  • Keller Williams Realty-Boston South

    Petrina Floody

    Mobile: 1-508-446-6400   

    Website Agent Listings Contact Petrina Floody

    " We understand that buying and selling a home is more than just a transaction: it’s A Lifestyle Acquisition – a life-changing experience.That’s why you are looking for a highly-seasoned real estate professional who is dedicated to providing exceptional, personalized service for every. I take great pride in the " ...

     
    Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity (FHEO)
    No Dual Agent
    REALTOR®
    The Multiple Listing Service Mark
     

    I specialize in: Newton, MA - Westwood, MA - Boston, MA - Dedham, MA - Framingham, MA - Cambridge, MA - 

  • Keller Williams Realty

    Bob Gill

    Mobile: 1-617-584-8452    Office: 1-617-751-4708   

    Website Agent Listings Contact Bob Gill

    "Bob has over 30 years experience in real estate consulting, new home construction, and residential remodeling. Prior to joining Keller Williams in April 2007, he was affiliated with Coldwell Banker and DeWolfe Real Estate in Newton Centre. As a native of Boston, Bob is very familiar with real estate trends in the greater Boston area in addition to " ...

     
    Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity (FHEO)
    REALTOR®
    The Multiple Listing Service Mark
     

    I specialize in: Chestnut Hill, MA - Brookline, MA - Boston, MA - Weston, MA - Newton, MA - 

  • Keller Williams Realty International - Back Bay

    Debbie Adamidis

    Mobile: 1-617-510-6019    Office: 1-617-510-6019   

    Website Agent Listings Contact Debbie Adamidis

    "I was raised in a "real estate family". Clients choose to work with me because of my 14 years of experience and expertise. The reason I have been successful is because of a strong loyal base of repeat clients.My extensive knowledge of Boston's investment real estate market is unparalleled. My clients have consistently sought my advice and trusted " ...

     
    Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity (FHEO)
    REALTOR®
    The Multiple Listing Service Mark
     

    I specialize in: Newton, MA - Waltham, MA - Needham, MA - Brookline, MA - Cambridge, MA - Boston, MA - 



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Boston is one strong renter’s market. And there are several reasons for that.
 
For one, a super technical Boston Real Estate Agent will say that the median home price is quite expensive due to a chronic problem of higher demand than supply. However, a more socially aware Boston Real Estate Agent will mention that this is one of the best cities for singles in America and that leads to the preference to rent. Why? Let’s see:
 
While it’s one of the oldest cities in the United States, Boston attracts a lot of young people. It has some of the most prestigious universities in the world; have you ever heard of this little college called Harvard? Cambridge? MIT? Its diversity of entertainment options, population and public transportation, not to mention a nice healthcare hub, is also inviting to young who come to Boston to enjoy a healthy job market that is not as oppressive as New York and offers a lot of opportunities in industries that are commonly populated by young people – like finances and technology. The thing is: these young fellas are only starting their professional lives; they dont have that much funds to spend on buying houses, which, finally, leads to rent.
 
But whatever is your gameplan regarding The City on the Hill, you better include a Boston Real Estate Agent in it.
 
For the competitiveness of this real estate market alone, you’ll see that everyone goes about the renting process with a Boston Real Estate Agent by their side. But another reason it’s super important to contact a Boston Real Estate Agent when renting is the layout of the city. Boston is proud of its heritage, so it conserved a lot of its 2-3 unit houses - it’s fair to say there are more of those than there are apartment complexes in. Together with the rising housing market prices, more people rent than own.  But that’s not all… you’ll find more inexperienced Landlords than “professional” ones that are so normal with apartment complexes, where sometimes a company buys all units (or most of the units) to rent and, in some cases, even assigns a building manager to deal with everything. Which can be a good thing for a number of reasons, but pretty bad when it comes to your rights. Having a local Boston Real Estate Agent by your side that knows all the Massachusetts Landlord-Tenant Rights and avoid the pitfalls is vital! Don’t hesitate on contacting one of the guys here on this page!
 
Now, even if money is not a problem to you and your idea is buying a house; one important thing to understand is that Boston is actually a “concept”; a patchwork of cities and towns where you might as well live your whole life in your enclave/bubble. If you don’t have a Boston Real Estate Agent to translate the areas for you, you might miss opportunities – or get the wrong ones – that will make your life miserable commuting to work and such.
 
Whatever you do, great choice! The city on the hill is a delight. You don’t need to have a car to live there; the city is pretty walkable and bikeable – when it isn’t snowing, of course. The food is great, the sports teams are basically royalty (The Celtics, the Red Sox, the Patriots and the Red Wings… come on) and it’s, in comparison with other major cities, a pretty safe town.
 

Popular Real Estate Terms

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The ability to pay is a self-explanatory term used in Real Estate to determine if the Home Buyer has the financial health to honor a deal. Mortgage Lenders can't afford to lend out money to whoever they like; they need to know if the borrower is able to pay the loan back. There ...

Looking for an amortization definition? Amortization is an accounting term that basically means something like “reducing the gap between what is owed”. Here’s the play by play: You get a $100 loan and the deal is you have to pay it back in 12 months with a litt ...

When you hear a real estate agent talking about a client that's an empty nester, it means said client suffers from empty nest syndrome. But what is Empty nest syndrome? Empty nest syndrome is how it’s popularly called the feeling of grief a parent feels when their offspri ...

Popular Real Estate Questions

There’s been a lot of demand for QR codes for real estate signs as they became a fabulous way to go beyond the advertising nature of the traditional static “for sale” signs and can actually generate leads to real estate agents. With a simple scan, a client ...

Wondering how do real estate agents get paid? We’ve got to be honest here: some time ago that would be classified as a dumb question because it was kind of obvious. However, faster than a speeding bullet the answer to “how do real estate agents get paid” became ...

To figure out where you stand on the debt-to-income ratio, you must first understand the meaning of the figure. Most lenders use the ratio 28/36. The first number, which is also referred to as the front-end ratio, is the percentage of your gross monthly income that you could com ...

Now that you’ve learned how much does a real estate agent make, you’re wondering who pays the real estate agent? Get ready for a non-answer. Or a super-answer. It’s a half-full/half-empty situation. The thing is that both the home buyer and the home seller pay ...

Do real estate agents work with home renters? Yes, they do. To be honest, real estate agents are willing to work with everyone. There are some who are specialized in sales and not rentals, but there are no rules that say they can’t do rental properties too. What’s mo ...

Came here wondering if you need a permit to build a bunker? Of course you do. Come on, this is America; you need a permit to build anything! Especially a deep earth bunker, which might go so deep that it affects the area’s geology and could cause flooding and other hazards. ...

 

Real Estate Advice and Tips

 

Homebuyer Tips

Passive Income Strategies To Avoid Paying Interest On Your Home Loan

Passive Income Strategies To Avoid Paying Interest On Your Home Loan

To pay interest means to work twice for the same money. In other words, it reduces your productivity. When you are paying interest, you are simply treading water, that is you’re not making any progress. Despite this fact, most passive income opportunities rely on interest and especially on compound interest. There are many different definitions of interest, but in ...

Homebuyer Tips

6 Types Of Land Surveys You Should Be Aware Of

6 Types Of Land Surveys You Should Be Aware Of

Land is a precious resource because it is very limited and nobody’s going to make any more of it.  As you already know, about 70% of the Earth is covered by water and the rising sea level is threatening. Then, not all the dry land is suitable for construction or even habitable - 33% is dessert while mountains occupy another 24%. This means there are only 15.8 ...

Agent Advice

Should Friends And Family Hire You As Their Real Estate Agent?

Should Friends And Family Hire You As Their Real Estate Agent?

Haven’t you ever been told to keep friendship and business apart? Real estate could be the ultimate test for friendships because money and greed bring out the true character of a human being. The United States of America is the third largest country in the world by surface area, and currently in the third place by population - more than 331 million people. 32% of ...

Home Seller Tips

9 Unusual Ways In Which Water Increases The Value Of Your House

9 Unusual Ways In Which Water Increases The Value Of Your House

What really increases the price of the house is its location. So, if your house is not on an exotic beach, we will tell you how to bring the sea to your house. Stay with us as we look at the friendly side of the water - the miraculous liquid that makes our planet habitable. Water is both a friend and an enemy in real estate. Leaking faucets, burst pipes, and floodings ...

Agent Advice

What Makes A Good Real Estate Agent?

What Makes A Good Real Estate Agent?

Do you remember what you wanted to become when you were just a child? Boys would say they wanted to become police officers, firefighters or pilots, while the girls would become nurses, teachers or ballet dancers. For kids, the concept of becoming a real estate agent didn’t even cross their mind, unless they have a parent in that field! Many of them, though, possess ...

Homebuyer Tips

Home Types Home Buyers Often Overlook

Home Types Home Buyers Often Overlook

There’s a long distance between “common” sense and “good” sense, and most of the times, when it comes to real estate, “common sense” is just garbage. Do we sound too bitter? We’re sorry. It’s just how it is, and the reason for that is because real estate is constantly changing. Furthermore, because housing is a ...

Homebuyer Tips

6 Tips To Better Manage Your Vacation Rental

6 Tips To Better Manage Your Vacation Rental

Do you have a vacation rental? Or do you want to invest in one? Read the following tips to improve your business skills. Wise real estate investments have changed lives for generations. Actually, 45% of real estate investors buy properties with the intent to rent and earn extra money. If you’ve purchased a rental property in an attempt to get rich quickly, you might ...

Home Seller Tips

Innovative Ways To Sell And Buy A House

Innovative Ways To Sell And Buy A House

What do you do when your listed house sits on the market way longer than you anticipated? It’s time to get creative and try some alternative ways to sell your house! According to major listing websites, in 2018, a property spent roughly 68 days on average on the market - a post-recession low. Homes sell twice as fast than in 2010 when 140 days was the average time ...

Homebuyer Tips

Why Are There So Many Different Types Of Loans?

Why Are There So Many Different Types Of Loans?

Ever since childhood, I have seen the many faces of debt. A big statement, you might think, but my parents’ debt greatly impacted my life. When I look around, however, not everybody talks about debt as a dreadful experience. Why? Because they knew which loan to choose from so many different types of loans. And even if they have a hard time with their payments, they ...

Homebuyer Tips

Most Common Homeowners Insurance Claims

Most Common Homeowners Insurance Claims

Are you in the midst of closing your homeowner’s insurance? Trying to save every little penny figuring all the insurance questions we always ask ourselves? Do I need Flood Insurance? What about earthquake? Is there any end in sight for this eternal money spending?Although we do recommend getting the most comprehensive homeowners insurance you can, let us ...