April 2009

There are 2 blog entries for April 2009.

Mass. Q1 Home Prices Fall 18%!From the Banker & Tradesman

Single-family median home prices in Massachusetts fell 18.2 percent during the first quarter compared to the same period in 2008, marking the steepest percentage decline for any quarter since The Warren Group began tracking prices in 1987.

The median price for homes sold during the first three months of 2009 fell to $253,500 from $310,000 in the first quarter of 2008. The March median home price was $255,000, or 16.1 percent lower than the $304,000 median price recorded in March 2008. Monthly median home prices have been falling by double-digit percentages year-over-year since last September.

Median condominium prices in Massachusetts in the first quarter also posted the sharpest decline for any quarter since The

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Life After HockeyWell this is post is unrelated to real estate, but I figured I'd put it out there. For those of you who don't know, I chose to name my company Terrier Real Estate because I am a graduate of Boston University. Their mascot is a Terrier, so there you go.

Boston University is well known for a having a storied hockey program. For the 1st time since 1997, BU takes the ice tonight in the NCAA Frozen Four in Washington, D.C. The Terriers have a great chance of winning their 5th National Championship this weekend.

Below is a story from the BU website about the 1995 NCAA Championship team which was the last BU squad to win the National Championships. I was fortunate enough to play on that team, so I am quoted a few times. I want to wish the Terriers luck

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