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Bright & Spacious Cambridge Condo JUST LISTED

Just listed by Adam Shore, this bright and spacious one bed one bath in amazing mid-Cambridge location is nestled between Harvard University and MIT. This professionally managed elevator building is conveniently situated steps from Whole Foods and many great local restaurants. Walk into a large open living/dining room with kitchen off to the right and Continue Reading →

Matthew Giangregorio Talks Interest Rates on RETB

One of our Senior Real Estate Agents Matthew Giangregorio recently met with Chris Devin of CrossCountry Mortgage for an interview on his popular podcast and web series, RE Talk Boston. They had some laughs, talked real estate and give you some solid information on interest rates and just how they’re affecting the health of the Boston Continue Reading →

[Just Listed] Stylish & Bright 1 Bedroom Condo in the South End

22 E Springfield #3 | South End Just Listed by Derek Valentine Stylish & bright one bed+office/nursery on tree-lined East Springfield Street. Luxurious eat-in kitchen features custom cabinetry, new professional Bertazzoni appliances, quartzite counters with waterfall edge, and a marble back splash. The open concept continues into the living room with high ceilings, crown molding, Continue Reading →

P.T. Vineburgh Debunks Common Market Predictions and Offers His Expert Opinion

While some market predictions are accurate, many are not. It is commonly heard that the housing market is nearing it’s peak, but Founding Partner of Charlesgate Realty, P.T. Vineburgh believes otherwise. Read below as he debunks what you have been hearing about the future state of the Boston real estate market and offers some insightful predictions of his own.

The Power of Leverage and Appreciation

Real estate is an excellent place to invest your money and can be very lucrative. One of the major reasons is with the ability to use high leverage. As a buyer, leverage provides you with a low-money-down option to invest in real estate and at the same time it increases your “cash on cash return” because financial leverage multiplies Continue Reading →