Massachusetts Real Estate To Benefit From State Going Green

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Massachusetts is going green! The Department of Environmental Protection in Massachusetts has until April 29th to approve the proposed wood burning plant in East Springfield. Not only will this facility provide a safe and regulated way to convert wood to energy, it will provide over two hundred and fifty jobs; and those new employees will need places to live

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Massachusetts is going green! The Department of Environmental Protection in Massachusetts has until April 29th to approve the proposed wood burning plant in East Springfield. Not only will this facility provide a safe and regulated way to convert wood to energy, it will provide over two hundred and fifty jobs; and those new employees will need places to live.

The Masiello Group is the answer for finding that home or apartment. Known as the premiere real estate company in the New England region, their number one goal is to get the consumer exactly what they are looking for- whether it is buying or selling property. On their website right now, there are over 29,000 properties on the market for the state of Massachusetts- of those listings 1,861 have a new price and 2,255 were just recently put on the market.

Springfield, Massachusetts, is the third largest city in the state with a population of around 152,000 residents. Because it is such a large city, places to live can be hard to come by; of the 61,172 homes and apartments in the city, only 6.6 percent are vacant. The Masiello Group can help though, regardless of the cost or area.

Springfield is a relatively large city in Massachusetts, but the average household income is under $50,000 and the average home value is $172,346; the surrounding cities are not too different either.

If the approval for this plant goes through, people will need to find a place to live benefitting the Massachusetts real estate economy.

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