25 Hottest Towns in Massachusetts Real Estate for 2014 - Annual Report by McGeough Lamacchia Realty

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The popular annual report put out by McGeough Lamacchia Realty identifies the top Massachusetts towns by growth in home sales every year. This year's report is topped by some towns which might be surprising.

The annual 25 Hottest Towns in Massachusetts Real Estate report from McGeough Lamacchia Real Estate provides important information on home values for prospective buyers.

The top 25 Hottest Towns in the Massachusetts real estate market for 2014 have been identified and released in a new report put out by McGeough Lamacchia Realty. By looking at the increase in number of home sales within a town as compared to 2013 based upon data from the Warren Group, their report identifies some of the up-and-coming towns in the state in terms of popularity with home buyers, and gives a glimpse into the future of home prices in those areas.

Since overall home prices tend to rise after sales increase, having this information on-hand is an important tool for individuals planning on purchasing a home in a given community in the future. The McGeough Lamacchia 25 Hottest Towns report also includes data on average price increase, and average home sale price, for each of these towns, providing a further indication of the relative affordability of each town as compared to others in the report.

The report also includes basic information about the top ten of the 25 towns in terms of their geography, suitability for commuters, and other features of the towns such as parks, recreation, and other public-access entertainment and recreation opportunities. The popular report has also been featured in several news media outlets, such as WBZ-TV, WCVB, NECN, and others. You can read the report at the following link: http://www.mlrealtyne.com/25-hottest-towns-massachusetts-2014/

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