It depends on the condition of the property, and the crime rate in that neighborhood, but just shy of 2000 seems like it would be an accurate figure. If you would like help with a more detailed assessment please feel free to call me.
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Depends on where you are looking in Boston. Back Bay, Business district, North End is a different market than Fenway, Allston, Brighton, Brookline. Downtown area will advertise on MLS more than Fenway, Allston, Brighton, Brookline. If you're looking in FABB there are many companies with exclusive listings and they share a bunch of listings as well. My advice is take one day and walk into as many offices on Comm Ave as you can for the FABB area. Look on MLS for downtown, although you will also notice that offices share and have exclusive listings. It's very fast paced, so be prepared with a deposit and documentation for application. 8/1-8/15 move in dates aren't as common as 9/1 so your options may be limited. Hope this helps.... more
Hi Vitaly, I hope you are well. I apologize that I am just seeing this post, however I am an agent with Sotheby's in the North End. If you are still in need of assistance, please feel free to reach out.
If it is a multi-family, it would need to be recorded at the registry as having multiple units and it would be taxed on that as well. It could be that you just need to go Lowe's or Home Depot, grab some address numbers and put them on the front of the apartment entrance.... more