Boston Property Data Breakdown

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Boston Real Estate: The Basics

Solid property data leads to solid real estate decisions. 

Want to make sure you make the right decisions in Boston’s real estate market this year? We’ve got the property data to help.

Boston’s metro market includes major cities like Boston, Worcester, Providence, Lowell, Cambridge, and Quincy and is home to 4.7 million people. It’s the 10th-most populated metro in the entire U.S.

Here’s a quick snapshot of the Boston real estate market at the end of 2019:
Number of properties1.9 million
Total number of foreclosures*4,173
Overall foreclosure rate0.2% (1 in every 463 housing units)
Median Sales Price$427,000
Average Homeownership Tenure10.55 years
Seller Gains48.3%
Home Flipping Rate4.4%
Gross Flipping Profit$110,000
* The Boston metro’s foreclosure rate has declined significantly, dropping 35% since 2018 and 46% since 2017. The market ranks 177 in terms of foreclosure rates across the country.

A Look at Detailed Boston Property Data

A good grasp on general Boston market stats is critical, but to make the best real estate decisions, you also need detailed property-level data, too.

Are you planning to make any Boston real estate moves this year? Then you’ll also need:

  • Property valuations
  • Ownership and sales records
  • Financing data and loan history
  • Assessor and tax data
  • Geocodes and coordinates
  • Foreclosure history
  • County recorder data
  • Deed history
  • Property characteristics and amenities

Whether you’re looking to buy, sell, or invest in Boston real estate this year, robust property data is critical to making the right decisions. Want the data you need at your fingertips? We can help. Get in touch today to give our data test drive.

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