Finding your next home in Massachusetts couldn't be easier.
There are many cozy towns up the North Shore and throughout Greater Boston. Oceanfront towns like Marblehead, Swampscott and Lynnfield are further up the coast. Still convenient to Boston by highway or commuter rail.
More affordable waterfront homes for sale in Winthrop and Revere.
The North Shore starts at Winthrop (in Suffolk County), and extends up the coast and through Essex County to the New Hampshire border. Commuters have options. Many residents commute to Boston by rail or by boat.
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There are a ton of retirement communities in Ma. Some close to the city. Others nestled into back roads - near small towns. Maybe you want to get away from it all, or jump right into the thick-of-it. Either way, you will find the perfect home for your life over 55 right here in Massachusetts.
These communities cater to active adults 55 and over. Amenities often include low-maintenance exteriors and single-story living. Many focus on affordable, safe, hassle-free living.
While new 55+ communities pop-up all the time in Massachusetts, there are more than a few established senior living. You will find friendly neighbors, clubs and activities to keep you happy and engaged for years to come.
Massachusetts was founded in 1620 and still thrives today. The average sale price for a home in Massachusetts is $319,900 - significantly higher than the national average of $175,000. Don't let the high home prices get you down though. Our median household income is 6th highest in the nation at over $65,000 a year.
Over half of the homes in Massachusetts are single-family. Popular styles vary from the Cape, popularized in the mid-1800's, to the Tudor, with its diamond-pane windows and steeply pitched roof.
The Eastern portion of Massachusetts is very densely populated, which has led to a great wealth of condos and multifamily homes. Condos offer more care-free living. Multifamily homes, on the other hand, are great for the investment-minded buyer. You can live in one unit, while renting out the others - and the renter to pays a big chunk of your mortgage for you.
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