“The Hottest Towns and Neighborhoods for Every Generation”

According to Boston Magazine’s February Issue

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2019 Median Home Price: http://gallup.com.do/1295-dte76186-how-to-check-if-your-significant-other-is-on-dating-sites.html $551,832
One-Year Change: http://tsilevante.com/483747-dts11571-casasimarro-mujer-soltera.html 12%
Commute Time: 33m

A single-family home that’s walking distance to the T and the beach for around $500,000? No, it’s not a scam or a real estate fever dream—it’s a reality in Quincy. But it’s not just relative affordability and proximity to Boston that makes the city a hot buy. Landmark Property Group Realtor Pete Guiney credits the revitalization of Quincy Center, where shiny new condo and apartment buildings mingle with a thriving restaurant scene, for attracting the next generation of homeowners. “In a short amount of time,” he says, “Quincy has become a hip spot to live and go out at night.”

https://www.bostonmagazine.com/property/2020/02/25/hot-massachusetts-towns/?fbclid=IwAR1Flumkh3lEzG1f3X3E0tG2dyDYWU1uHVs2VHvMI3ZS6skqkOmTf2UHRYQ

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