Category: HOA Living

Real Estate Trends
2019 April Market Survey

After many years of expansion and growth nationwide, most co-op and condominium markets saw both turbulence and some overall decline in 2018. The market has turned from one favoring sellers to one more hospitable to buyers. Markets like sta…

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2019 March Telecom for Your Community

As more and more of our daily lives become more intertwined with online entertainment and services, internet access has become a home utility along with electricity and running water. Boards can take for granted that every resident in their…

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Real Estate Trends
2019 February City Versus Suburbs

The 'big city' is known for its breakneck pace, as life whirls around the unprepared out-of-towner in an overwhelming swirl. Suburbia, on the other hand, is supposed to be a respite from that intense metropolitan grind – a place to patientl…

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Real Estate Trends
2018 July The New England Condo Expo

On Tuesday, May 22nd, the 10th annual New England Condominium Expo took up residence at Boston's Seaport World Trade Center for an invaluable day of learning and connection-making for New England’s residential real estate community. Over 1,…

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Real Estate Trends
2018 June Hourly Rentals

In March of last year, The New York Times reported on an emerging money-making venture among some co-op and condo residents: renting out their spaces for an hour or two at a time to various users, often finding customers through third-party…

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2018 January Looking Ahead to 2018

Just as it was last year, the real estate market, including the market for co-ops, condos and HOAs, is on an upswing. The economy seems to have largely (if not completely) recovered from the 2007-08 recession, and professionals don’t see an…

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2017 December Multifamily Holiday Celebrations

It’s that time of the year again – the Halloween candy is long gone, Thanksgiving leftovers are a distant memory, and Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, and New Years are all approaching, complete with sparkly lights and ornaments, as well as a …

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Real Estate Trends
2017 May Rooftop Social Spaces

Jack and his wife Rachel live in Boston, happy in a two-bedroom, two-bath condo with a parking spot. Assessments are criminally low, the building is dog-friendly, and it is literally a half block from public transit. While they have a small…

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Real Estate Trends
2017 April Trends in Residential Architecture

Tastes and styles change with the decades—and sometimes with just the seasons—and what is considered fashionable now may seem hopelessly dated in just a few years. (Just look at bell bottoms.) That said, innovations and re-imaginings in res…

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