Newton Highlands, MA Real Estate News

By Dana Bain
(Premiere Mortgage Services Inc.)
http://www.bainmortgage.com/MortgageMarketWeekInReview Newsletter-November 24th, 2014     Provided by Dana Bain   Dana BainPremiere Mortgage Services11 Malvern Hill RoadSterling, MA 01564Phone: (978) 422-2311Fax: (978) 422-2313www.BainMortgage.com       Market Comment Mortgage bond prices finished the week higher, which pushed, rates a little lower. Rates were slightly positive the beginning of the week tied to the weaker than expected data. Industrial production fell 0.1% and capacity utilization printed at 78.9. Traders expected a 0.2% production increase and utilization at 79.3. Producer prices rose 0.2% in October and the core value, which excludes volatile food and energy costs, rose 0.4%. The core figure was higher than the expected 0.1% increase, which was not rate friendly. Week...
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Real Estate Market Report Newton Highlands, MA 02461 May 2014 Newton Highlands, MA (02461) Real Estate is still in a seller's market.  This will continue for remainder of 2014 due to lack of available housing and low interest rates.  Like all the real estate market in Boston area suburbs.  If you find the ideal home for you, be prepared to write an offer quickly or accept the possibility you will lose the home to another buyer. Buyers and investors who have are serious about the Real Estate Market in Newton Highlands, MA  in May 2014  should now have enough facts to get them started on their real estate journey in this community. Price Trends - Sold vs. Listed Understanding the difference between "listing prices" (what sellers are asking for) and "sold prices" (what buyers are willing ...
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By Patricia Baker, $125,000,000 + in sales serving Greater Boston.
(Keller Williams Realty)
Homes for Sale Near Cold Spring Park in Newton MA       Find Homes for Sale Near Cold Spring Park in Newton MA on MLS. These Home for Sale Near Cold Spring Park in Newton MA are a direct feed from my MLS and are updated in real time.                             Newton City Hall                     Marathon Statue              First, a little bit about my city--Newton Massachusetts.  Newton, with over 85,000 residents (2012 Census) is comprised of 13 villages and all with a different flavor. Being only 7 miles from the city of Boston and with top rated schools in the country and a very efficient transportation system, Newton is a top choice for people moving into or within the Greater Boston Area and is consistently ranked one of the best and safest cities to live in (Money Magazine 2012...
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Real Estate Market in Newton Highlands, MA Buyers and investors who have are serious about the Real Estate Market in Newton Highlands, MA in April 2014  should now have enough facts to get them started on their real estate journey in this community. The data provided in this report is from Market Insider (MI) published by Market Leader.  MI consolidates data from multiple sources and includes current listings, recent sales and more.  Whether you are a buyer or seller, the knowledge you gain will help put you in control of your real estate transactions.  Price Trends - Sold vs. Listed Newton Highlands, MA Understanding the difference between "listing prices" (what sellers are asking for) and "sold prices" (what buyers are willing to pay).  By comparing these price trends, you will have ...
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By Jeannine Willis
(Keller Williams Realty)
The other evening, I had the opportunity to do some team building. We started off with a game of Dodge-ball and then moved onto a less punishing game of kickball. Oy Vay! Dodge-ball was so much easier when I was 8'ish. I could bob & weave and avoid the hit. Now some 40 years later, I took some for the team. Ouch! I forgot the rules and how challenging it really is. Once I caught my breath and got into the rhythm of the game, I realized that what I could do was to feed the ball to our power throwers and do my best to not get hit. Our team won again & again and I realized that I had some skill after all. In kickball, those power players tried to hammer the ball and ended up fouling out. The rest of us used our finesse on the ball and were able to get on base (& in my case, I batted 3 runn...
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By George Koppel,, The Lowenstern Team
(CASTLES UNLIMITED®)
Newton Highlands is one of the thirteen villages of the City of Newton, Massachusets.  Like all the villages in Newton, Newton Highlands does not have exactly defined borders, but it rougly is equivalent to Zip Code 02461.  The village center shopping area is located at Lincoln and Walnut Streets.  A Post Office is located on Lincoln Street.  The Newton Highlands stop of the D Line of the MBTA Green Line is located at the intersection of Lincoln and Walnut Streets.  Also, MBTA bus # 59, which goes between Needham Junction and Watertown passes through Newton Highlands.  Newton Highland abuts Route 9 and is not far from the Route 9 exit of I-95/Route 128. 
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