2010 has come to and end and so has a tumultuous year in real estate. The market held steady the first half of the year due to the extension of the homebuyer tax credit. A combination of extremely low interest rates and the tax extension deadline positively impacted single-family home sales and prices across the northeast. Let’s take a look at how the 4th quarter of 2010 fared, as well as what 2011 has in store for real estate.
The second quarter has come to an end and we’re receiving a bit of a reality check on the housing market. There is some good and some not so good news to report. Let’s take a look at some key numbers in the northeast to give you an idea of what I’m talking about.
William Raveis Real Estate is excited to announce our April Open House Celebration! On April 11th, 18th and 25th William Raveis will welcome spring with thousands of open houses occurring in four states: Connecticut, Massachusetts, Rhode Island and New York. Be on the lookout for William Raveis Blue and come see what properties are available in [...]