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By the Numbers: Apartment Rent Growth vs. Wage Growth -   What a difference a decade makes! The economy has bounced back, employment is on the rise, and a construction boom is creating new housing in cities from coast to coast. All great news.  In fact, the economy is doing so well that it’s driven housing prices to record highs. Both rents and sales prices are approaching record highs, particularly in places like Boston, where strong market fundamentals continue to attract investors of all...
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A Comprehensive Guide to Becoming a Real Estate Broker in Massachusetts - We’re in the thick of one of the hottest (and longest) real estate cycles. People are buying left and right, leasing apartments for thousands of dollars a month. If it seems like an exciting time to be in the real estate industry, you’re right. So why are you still sitting on the sideline? There are a lot of misconceptions about real estate brokers. Some dismiss it as a job for part-time, otherwise stay-at-home moms. ...
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Beantown’s Best Workouts - There’s a lot to love about Boston, but the brutal winters, city crowds, and thriving food scene can be rough on your exercise and diet regimen. That’s why there are so many local businesses that cater to Bostonians in need of a workout. However you prefer to sweat it out, try one of these Boston Pads favorites for the best exercise venues in Boston. Charles River Esplanade There are tons of lovely running and bike baths along the picturesque Charles River. One of...
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Boston Map: Your Guide to Finding the Hottest Neighborhoods to Live in Boston - Boston is one of the most exciting cities in the country, no matter what kind of lifestyle you love to lead. Wondering which parts of the city are best to live in? If you’re planning a move to Boston, you’ll want to know where the best neighborhoods are. Keep reading to learn about our favorite areas on the Boston map! Boston Map: Best Neighborhoods We’ve outlined the top neighborhoods in the city. In Beantown, ...
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Beantown’s Best Drinks - Boston may have some great arts and culture, but we also know how to party. In fact, you wouldn’t be off-base in calling us a drinking city with an arts and culture problem. When you’re in Beantown, do as the Bostonians do – but that means going for booze and ambiance quality, not quantity. So, stick with our picks for the best places to drink in Boston to savor the taste and skip the hangover. Cheers! Croke Park Whitey’s Boston loves dive bars, and Croke Park in So...
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Beantown’s Best: Shopping - From trendy boutiques to hidden book shops and beyond – if you have time and money you need to burn through, Boston has you covered. Whether you are looking for the latest items from designer brands, rare treasures, or a great bargain, try some of our picks for the best shopping in Boston. Best clothing stores in Boston All Too Human Stepping into this modern storefront on Newbury Street, it takes a minute to deduce whether you’re in a clothing store or art galle...
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Happy 4th of July, everyone, and enjoy!
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Looser Lending Standards Boost Mortgage Approvals - Whether you’re looking to purchase your first home or refinance, it’s an excellent time to be in the market as lenders are making it easier to get approved for a mortgage.#mortgagerates #refinancing #realestate #buying #fedrate http://ow.ly/oFMN30bnzpm
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Let's Go Pats! Do your job for Super Bowl LI #superbowl #newendlgandpatriots #patriots #boston #realestate #newengland #nfl
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BostonPads.com, a comprehensive digital resource for Boston real estate, published an infographic showing the average per-bedroom rental price of Boston apartments in nearly every neighborhood in Boston. The infographic looks like an MBTA map with a dollar amount next to the name of each stop. The familiar visual allows readers to easily explore rent price trends in Boston.

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