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Melrose Colonial- $799,900

Classic full brick, hip-roof CE Colonial on large level lot in the sweet spot of the upper east side of Melrose. Detail, classic moldings, HWF and abundant windows add to the charm and character of this elegant home.

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Meet the Developer Mark CarrollClick here or the picture above to view the video introducing Greywood Estates developer Mark Carroll
Click here to go to www.GreywoodEstates.com

Everything you need to know: floor plans, budget information & specs on other units.

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Melrose Condo - $215,000

Under Agreement

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Melrose Victorian - $735,000

Under Agreement

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Wakefield Condo- $365,000

Under Agreement

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77 Upham Street Unit 2, Melrose

Listed for $300,000 and sold for $325,000
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21 Oakland Road, Malden

Listed for $325,000 and sold for $365,000
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354 Upham Street Unit 7, Melrose

Listed for $615,000 and sold for $615,000
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180 Green Street Unit 415, Melrose

Listed for $267,500 and sold for $264,000
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10 Ingalls Court #2, Melrose

Listed for $250,000 and sold for $251,355
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17 Florence Street, Lynn

Listed for $180,000 and sold for $184,000
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354 Upham Street Unit 8, Melrose

Listed for $640,000 and sold for $640,000
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43 Forest Street, Malden

Listed for $290,000 and sold for $330,000
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280 West Emerson Street, Melrose

Listed for $535,000 and sold for $530,575
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112 West Wyoming Ave, Melrose

Listed for $250,000 and sold for $278,500
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354 Upham Street Unit 4, Melrose

Listed for $337,500 and sold for $352,500
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269 Grove Street, Melrose

Listed for $450,000 and sold for $456,100
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222 Lynn Fells Parkway Melrose

Listed for $400,000 and sold for $355,000
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55 Winter Street, Saugus

Listed for $250,000 and sold for $250,000
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129 Rowe Street, Melrose

Listed for $435,000 and sold for $478,000
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Melrose Condo - $250,000

Talk about the perfect location! This stylish 2 bedroom condo, in a four unit building, is within walking distance of everything Melrose

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Melrose Condo- $85,000

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Melrose Condo - $279,000

Under Agreement

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Wakefield Colonial- $395,000

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354 Upham Street Unit 11, Melrose

Listed for $640,000 and sold for $640,000
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7 Oak Leaf Way, Peabody

Listed for $269,000 and sold for $258,000
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171 Union Street, Everett

Listed for $340,000 and sold for $325,000
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57 Howard Street, Melrose

Listed for $437,500 and sold for $437,500
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32 North Ave, Melrose

Listed for $399,900 and sold for $394,000
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110 Ellis Farm Lane, Melrose

Listed for $635,000 and sold for $660,000
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63 Saunders Street, Medford

Listed for $324,900 and sold for $336,800
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45 West Emerson Street Unit 3, Melrose

Listed for $250,000 and sold for $245,000
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31 Rowe Street, Melrose

Listed for $475,000 and sold for $525,000
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593 Lynn Fells Parkway, Melrose

Listed for $575,000 and sold for $554,000
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14 Boardman Avenue, Melrose

Listed for $450,000 and sold for $447,000
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Breaking News for Real Estate Prices in Greater Boston By: Linda O’Koniewski

Breaking News for Real Estate Prices in Greater Boston 
by Linda O’Koniewski

Homeowners in and around the market that RE/MAX Leading Edge calls home, Boston and surrounding towns, will be thrilled to hear that home prices have reached an historic high. 

Yes, your home is most likely worth more than it was at the height of the market, which we have identified as July, 2005 locally.  According to MLS data, the median sale price of single family homes in our market area are worth more as of January, 2014 than they were at the high point of the market almost 9 years ago. 

Home prices dipped to their lowest point in March of 2009 after the financial crisis (stock market crash and housing decline), which began a serious downward spiral in October, 2008. 

The good news for folks who will be selling is that if they have improved or maintained their property condition, they will likely fetch more money now than ever before in the history of real estate. 

What’s driving home prices?  A strong local economy, consumer confidence, low interest rates and sparse inventory combine to push prices for Sellers.   

Folks who bought in 2003, 2004, 2005 and 2006 who were feeling “stuck” in their houses because they could not sell their home without bringing money to the closing table are in the best position they’ve been in since they bought their home. 

But good news for Sellers is always bad news for Buyers who have been left frustrated in this market which often sees multiple offers on properties leaving some Buyers, well homeless so to speak. 

For Sellers looking to maximize their sale price, or Buyers seeking good strategies on how to operate in this market, RE/MAX Leading Edge has 175 agents who cover Eastern Massachusetts and New Hampshire who can guide you at the highest level.