Medford MA


More People Living in Medford & Somerville

If you’ve been looking around Medford or Somerville lately and think that you are seeing more people, you’re right. Although some parts of Massachusetts are losing population, according to the U.S. Census, our area is growing. The Boston Business Journal has put together an interesting map showing how much population […]


Medford – High Decrease In Foreclosures

Although The Boston Globe has just reported that foreclosures in Massachusetts increased 32% in 2010 over the rate of home foreclosures in 2009, Medford has bucked the trend. The Globe ranked the 10 cities with the highest increase in foreclosures and the 10 cities with the highest decrease in foreclosures. […]


Medford Historic Home Seminars

Do you have an older home and want to know information about it’s history as well as ideas on historic preservation and upkeep? Then you won’t want to miss Medford Historic Home seminars by the Medford Historical Society. On Saturday, October 17th at 10:00 AM at the Royal House Slave […]


Condo Market Update

Today I was in the mood to do some number crunching, so I took a look at the condo market and what’s been happening over the last 6 months. * There are a wide variety of condos in each city. They range from small associations in converted 2 or 3 […]


Real Estate Market Inventory Update

I find that number crunching really helps me get a good handle on the real estate market. Today I decided to focus in on the single family homes market to show you what’s going on in my main market areas: Sometimes seeing all of the numbers at once can be […]


Real Estate Market Update Meford MA

Spring is in the air, but we’re not seeing a “typical” spring market, at least not yet in Medford. Spring is historically when the most number of buyers come out to look at homes. Normally by April there is a frenzy of sellers putting their homes on the market to […]


Medford Home Energy Seminar

Looking for ways to cut your energy usage and save some money? On March 4th there will be a free seminar at Medford City Hall called Introduction To Home Energy Savings. They’ll be going over inexpensive solutions you can do yourself. Introduction to Home Energy Savings Wednesday March 4th from […]


Poll: Bring Green Line to Route 16?

The Medford Transcript is running a poll to see what residents think of bringing the Green Line of the MBTA to Route 16. Make sure your voice is heard and vote in the Green Line poll. As of today, February 14th, an overwhelming number of people who have voted agree […]


Important Green Line Meeting

Yes, gas prices are no longer $4.00 a gallon, but alternative energy options and increasing public transportation are no less important. On Tuesday, February 3rd there will be a meeting regarding the Green Line extension of the MBTA. At this meeting the Executive Office of Transportation will present its “preferred […]


Real Estate Market Update – Medford, MA

Welcome 2009! It will be interesting to see what changes happen in the upcoming year. We’re already seeing some changes in the real estate market in Medford, MA and I’m sure I’ll surprise some people because many of the changes are positive. Real Estate Statistics As of January 2009 It’s […]


Real Estate Stats For Medford, MA

As the leaves are falling from the trees, it’s time for another update on what’s happening in the real estate market here in Medford, MA. Since most people are looking to buy or sell either a single family, a condo or a multi family home, I’ve separated out what’s happening […]


Cut Down Your Commute Time

With the high price of gas, I’m meeting with many buyers who have decided it’s time to move either closer to work or to a commuter friendly area. Thankfully the cities of Arlington, Medford, Somerville, Malden, Melrose and the surrounding communities all have wonderful access to public transportation. The T […]


Medford, Somerville and Winchester Real Estate Approaches Equilibrium

t’s time, once again, to update you on what’s happening in the Medford MA area real estate market. One of the key factors I look at is absorption rates. Absorption rate is a way to look at the number of properties currently on the market and then using the number […]


Bring the Green Line to Route 16

With the high cost of gas, many people are rediscovering public transportation. There couldn’t be a better time to bring the Green Line to the city of Medford MA. The more stops in the city, the more people will have access. I support bringing the Green Line to Route 16 […]


City Wide Absorption Rates

Hi there, It’s time, once again, to update you on what’s happening in the local real estate market. One of the key factors I look at is absorption rates. Absorption rate is a way to look at the number of properties currently on the market and then using the number […]


City-Wide Absorption Rates

So far I’ve been sharing the absorption rates for single family homes, but what happens when you look at a city on the whole? Below are the current absorption rates for the cities of Malden, Medford and Somerville. (Absorption rate is a way to look at the number of properties […]