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Safe Transitions in a Pandemic

We are THRILLED for our happy clients (we call them friends) as we help them navigate SAFE TRANSITIONS during a pandemic. Most folks worry and feel overwhelmed about the prospect of downsizing and moving. Adding the fear of safety with COVID is enough to make folks feel hopeless. We want you to know that we are dedicated to your success & well being and that it CAN be done safely! As a former elder care ...

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Mortgage rates start 2021 at a place no one would have believed a year ago

MONEY WISE Ethan Rotberg

An unbelievable year for home borrowers has ended with mortgage rates lingering just a notch above their latest all-time low — which was the 16th set during 2020, according to a popular survey.

“All eyes have been on mortgage rates this year, especially the 30-year fixed-rate, which has dropped more than 1 percentage point over the last 12 months,” says Sam Khater, chief economist at Freddie Mac, the mortgage giant that has been ...

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Buyers Paying Summer Prices in October, Homes Selling Faster

It’s more of the same for October. While a seasonal slowdown may be approaching, buyers are currently paying summer-high prices and homes are flying off the market.

According to realtor.com®’s Monthly Housing Trends report for October, homes sold in 53 days this month—13 days faster than last year and one day faster than September. Which areas are experiencing the most activity in terms of days on market? Within the nation’s 50 largest metros, Hartford, Conn., takes the lead ...

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Cape Cod Real Estate Remains Hot Amid COVID-19

BARNSTABLE – Barnstable County Register of Deeds Jack Meade says that both the sales volume and value of real estate properties on Cape Cod saw increases last month.

Compared to last August, the volume of real estate sales in the region jumped up 30.4%, while the total sales value rose 45.6%.

Both the median sale value for individual properties and mortgage activity volume also increased in ...

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Coronavirus Pandemic: Cause for Concern in Real Estate?

A coronavirus named COVID-19, a flu-like virus, is sweeping the globe, already infecting over 120,000 people since it was first identified in late 2019, after originating from the Chinese city of Wuhan. While there is still uncertainty revolving around how quickly the virus spreads, what the true mortality rate is and who is most at risk, experts agree that everyone should take normal precautions to stay healthy.

The health impact is not the only concern, however. How could COVID-19 impact residential ...

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Top Senior Housing Trends for 2020

Expect the winds of change to blow harder than ever through the senior housing industry in 2020.

With each passing year, the wave of baby boomer demand draws nearer, attracting more capital and a greater diversity of talent to senior housing. In 2020, the pioneering companies that started the industry may still have a leg up due to their hard-won expertise, but they will find themselves tested by new and disruptive entrants focused on delivering a next-gen product. In addition, there ...

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