Whitinsville agent Robyn Nasuti and Framingham Manager Ali Corton were featured in a Milford Daily News article Thursday about the housing market.
Spring has sprung, but not for real estate market. Tight supplies crimp buyer
With the arrival of spring, residential real estate markets in MetroWest and Greater Milford would normally flower with new properties, something that typically lasts until July.
But this year the blooms don't exactly look lush.
A tight supply of available properties and sharp increase in prices have squeezed buyers into scaling back on what amenities they would like in a new home.
Upton real estate agent Robyn Nasuti, of ERA Key Realty Services, said a robust spring market had been the only hope for buyers, and that isn’t exactly happening.
“Compared to last year, I would say we are under where we were at this point,” Nasuti told the Daily News earlier this month, in terms of available inventory for sale. “Typically, by March we have between 10 and 12 properties ready to go on the market and even 15. Right now, we're between six and eight.”
Despite the appeal of selling a home that has sharply appreciated in valiue, homeowners who are thinking about selling are not convinced by the available options, which are currently tagged with inflated prices themselves and don’t have the desired criteria.
Nasuti said this cycle has forced sellers...
A home at 5 Nottingham Circle, Spencer, listed by Spencer agent Donna Flaherty was chosen as the Telegram & Gazette's "House of the Week."
Contemporary Spencer home on water's edge lists for $950,000
SPENCER — This 4,600-square-foot contemporary has lots of space for houseguests and entertaining as well as more than an acre of lush yard on the water’s edge of Thompson Pond.
The three-bedroom, 3½-bathroom lake home at 5 Nottingham Circle is listed with Donna Flannery with ERA Key Realty Services for $950,000.
Flannery says this hard-to-find contemporary is “the ultimate haven” that’s big enough for entertaining yet intimate enough for quiet evenings alone.
“It’s a nice open first-floor plan. There is space for a home office on every level, and the basement is completely finished for an in-law or guests to have their own separate space that walks right out to the lake,” she said.
The home was built in 2000 on 1.06 acres with 100 feet of water frontage.
“It’s a wonderful great lake community,” homeowner Cindy Krackovic said. “We’ve been very fortunate to be living in our vacation home....
An open house on April 9, 2022 at 26 Fairbrook Road, Framingham, which is listed by Framingham Manager Ali Corton, was featured in The MetroWest Daily News.
Pictured are, top, 26 Fairbrook Road; left, Ali Corton; right, prospective home buyer Aimee Carnicelli, center, her daughter Lauren Carnicelli and Steve Tocci of Newton looking over information during the open house. Additional photos are posted here.
The Whitinsville office is planning an Earth Day clean-up from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. on Friday, April 22, 2022.
Anyone interested in participating should contact Whitinsville Manager David Glasberg at 508-234-0550 or firstname.lastname@example.org. The clean-up will begin at ERA Key’s office at 76 Church St. and will take place in Northbridge.
“This has become an annual event for us,” David said. “Last year we picked up more than 20 bags of trash near Meadow Pond, as well as a muffler and a syringe that police disposed of for us. The more people we have participating, the more we will be able to clean up, so we’re inviting anyone who is interested to join us.”