3,900 Sudbury Sales!

If you belive a recent survey by one online lender, that’s how many homes could hit the market in town this year.  According to Lending Tree, a whopping 71% of homeowners said they were considering selling their homes in...

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Hell or High Water??

Think federal homeowner flood insurance laws only affect people with Cape houses or who live next to The Charles?  Think again. Significant sections of Sudbury, Wayland and Concord now fall into the re-drawn FEMA flood plain...

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14,000 Reasons to Believe

Still think the improving housing market is on shaky ground?  Not in Boston, its western suburbs, and not nationwide.  Home sales were up 9 percent in 2013 and almost 5.1 million homes were sold* according to the National...

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Wayland, Sudbury Asking Prices Rocket in 2014

You’ve probably been hearing that the real estate market for single family homes and condos in greater Boston is hot, hot, hot.  So let’s zero in on what’s happening in our area:  Sudbury, Wayland,...

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3 Easy Curb Appeal Projects Generate Big Returns

Curb appeal isn’t just about keeping the lawn mowed and the roses pruned.  Simple, low cost boosts to your home’s exterior can pay off in a big way.  Here are three that might surprise you. 1.  Upgrade the Front...

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Blistering Home Sales in Sudbury, Lexington and Wellesley: Waiting to Buy or Sell Will Cost You

The housing market hasn’t just pushed up a few green shoots this spring—it has erupted into full-blown life in Boston’s western suburbs like Sudbury, Lexington and Wellesley.  Buyers are out in droves. Sellers aren’t...

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Sudbury MA Votes to Amp Up Board of Selectman

By an overwhelming 1,939 for to only 625 against, Sudbury voters yesterday loudly declared their desire to expand the Board of Selectman from three to five members.  With strong advocacy from residents Mike Troiano and Joel...

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Strong Housing Market Growth in 2013 Says Freddie Mac

Jumping on the bandwagon with other economists and real estate pundits, residential mortgage giant Freddie Mac believes things are looking up.  According to their chief economist Frank Nothaft, “As the broader economy...

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