Each month we publish a Monthly Market report, which shows home listing prices and sale prices for the previous month. (You can use the Monthly Market tool free on our site to see how each zip code’s sales have changed month to month.)
Inventory is still low in the Greater Boston area, but it is rebounding now that Massachusetts’ coronavirus cases are seemingly under control. We are continuing to see consumer confidence rise, with many homes on the market realizing multiple offers to purchase. The Torii team has been busy finding our home buyers their perfect home, and we continue to take precautions with distancing, masks, etc.
Greater Boston Home Sales in June 2020
Lowest listing price (by total amount in $): North Weymouth (02191) with 9 sales
Lowest sales price (by total amount in $): South Weymouth (02190), just $1,000 less than North Weymouth (02191)
Highest number of days on market: Strangely, Hull (02045) came in for this top spot, with 17 sales and an average number of days on market of 449. Second was Boston’s 02108 at just 1 sale and 251 days on market.
Lowest number of days on market: Allston (02134) at 44 days on market
Lowest price per sq ft: Randolph’s $233 per square foot is 5% higher than the lowest price per square foot we saw in April 2020
Highest price per sq ft: No surprise here- Boston (02108) came in at the highest price per square foot at $1,561, while Boston’s Seaport came in second. In April the Seaport saw $1,734 per sq. ft. but June saw an average of just $1,406.
Keep in mind that this data is based on closings in June. Most June closings would have had offer dates in April or May.
For more info on the current market, see https://www.torii.properties/monthly-market. If you’re ready to buy and need to talk to a lender, we’re happy to introduce you to one of our lending partners who we know and trust. Just email us email@example.com