Boston Real Estate Dished, Live, at Red Carpet Event

Last night was the first Red Carpet Event for Redfin in Boston. It was a real heart warming experience for the Boston Redfin team, meeting our fans always makes our work-a-day lives feel more special. We had a better than expected turn out for the class and a lot of great questions and good conversations about area real estate.

You can find the slides we used here, and below are the recent Boston sale-to-list prices by neighborhood. The Redfin blog has a post with a handy set of real estate links as well.

We look forward to continuing this series of meetings and classes next month and want to thank everybody who attended. We’re doing this again next month on July 23rd- come out and see us, and talk real estate. You can RSVP here soon.

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Boston Area Sale-to-List Prices, April and May 2008

City # Deals Final v. List Average Price
Acton 38 97.4% $404,220
Amherst 27 95.5% $336,417
Brookline 175 97.2% $735,053
Cambridge 193 97.4% $569,238
Framingham 151 95.9% $299,548
Ipswich 32 93.9% $413,619
Lancaster 12 98.9% $323,594
Lowell 138 96.3% $194,617
Ludlow 33 95.6% $199,769
Maynard 27 96.2% $302,863
Medford 88 95.8% $338,714
Methuen 117 96.2% $273,988
Middleboro 36 95.1% $287,145
Natick 79 96.0% $426,362
Needham 66 96.0% $742,063
Newton 196 96.3% $705,512
Quincy 174 96.0% $302,066
Salem 125 95.9% $276,046
Somerset 21 96.1% $242,062
Watertown 94 96.8% $384,682
Waltham 113 96.8% $372,201
Worcester 289 94.2% $183,116

Photocredit: Erik Kilby on flickr.