Blog :: 08-2019

A Recession Does Not Equal a Housing Crisis

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Recently, there's been a lot of news surrounding an impending recession. However, the same experts predicting an economic slowdown also believe it will not be caused by the housing market. If you're thinking of buying or selling a home, there's no need to panic- let's get together to address your concerns and talk about what's really happening.  

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Community Spotlight: Whitelam Books in Reading, MA

Independent books stores are a rare find these days, especially in small towns.  For our August Community Spotlight,  Michelle Ternullo interviewed Liz Whitelam, Owner of Whitelam Books in Reading, MA.   Liz has created a wonderful community centered shop.  There's a wide variety of books to choose from plus many thoughtful gifts for book lovers and creative kids.  

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August 2019 Real Estate Market Update

 

“The balance of power is shifting and sellers need to change their expectations of

what their home is worth,” reports Linda O’Koniewski, CEO of Leading Edge. “Say

good-bye to double digit appreciation. As we move toward a normal market, values

are shifting. An experienced real estate professional can provide data to ensure

homes sell at an optimal price for their clients.”

 

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Massachusetts Ranks First in Public Schools

One of the first things buyers often consider when looking for a home is the public school system.  According to a recent study by WalletHub, Massachusetts has the best public school system in the country.  Massachusetts placed highest for math and reading test scores and tied for second in ACT scores.  Massachusetts also tied for first in safety. Another reason to love living in Massachusetts!  

If you and your family are considering a move to the suburbs North of Boston we'd love to hear from you!  Contact us!   (617) 275-3379 or homes@ternullorealestate.com

Read the article by WalletHub here!