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Living in Boston: Condo vs. Apartment

Condo versus apartments. Will this be the year that condos take over? Seems to be a lot of support on both fronts.

Curbed's Boston-focused website reports, "the man who has been named a master in residential marketing, is predicting that 2014 will be 'the tipping point' for a switch from apartments to condominiums, the year that consumers realize that they can own a condominium for what they pay in rent, the year when developers change long-term hold strategies to short-term profit plays via condominium development."

The full article is available on Boston.curbed.com.

Alternatively, you can also following this link to view Boston apartments and condo listings.

Boston Apartments: Rent Declines with Distance to the T!

It’s no secret that “transit oriented” is the coveted phrase in new residential development.  The further you get from the T and public transportation, the less your Boston apartment rent will be on a monthly basis. This is quantified by Curbed, along with RentHop helping to visualize the relationship in a graph view:

Is it worth the extra money to get closer to the T?

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