Market Info

Market Statistics & Research

There are a host of reports for your review below. The most comprehensive data that we offer is in our Quarterly Market Watch Report. This report has a multi-page summary about the market in general and includes detailed data on each county, city and town and property type. This is the only report that contains commentary. 


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Monthly Market Summary

Quarterly/Yearly Market Watch

County Information

Residential Analysis

City / Town Stats (formerly know as MLS Book Statistics) 

Customized Research

NAR Forecast


 


Get a jump on the new year, please report solds.

The third quarter market watch hit a few snags, so we’re hoping to bounce back with a timely year end review… and reporting of sales is the most important step.  Please get a jump start before turning off for the holiday and report anything through to the end of the year – Thank you!

Keep Your Finger on the Pulse: Connecticut Concrete Could Affect Massachusetts Homeowners

According to reports issued by the state of Connecticut over the past two years, a company called Becker Quarry in Willington sold pyrrhotite-contaminated stone to the now defunct JJ Mottes concrete company from 1983 until 2017, when they agreed to stop.  Connecticut homeowners have been faced with failing foundations and the costs associated to repair their

No Signage Allowed in Becket Estates

Thank you, Ann Spadafora, for sharing with the Board Office an email received from the Becket Estates Board of Directors.  The Board has advised that according to Bylaws and newly written rules and regulations of the Association, no signage is permitted. If you have a listing in Becket Estates that currently has a for sale

2017 2nd Quarter Market Watch

There is good news to be found in the Berkshire County Real Estate 2nd quarter market watch report.  The dollar volume of real estate sales is up 4% and the number of transactions sold is up 8%. The number of residential homes, multi-family homes, land parcels, condos and commercial properties sold in the first quarter

Homeownership: We were made for this

NAR’s newest ad campaign entitled, “Homeownership: We were made for this” has a funny way to deliver the messages of both home-ownership and using a REALTOR in very short, videos. Check them out.  The videos will be available for sharing on the 26th. You can sign up for notification here: https://www.nar.realtor/consumer-advertising-campaign/ad-center
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Broadband Update for Windsor and Mount Washington

Two Berkshire towns have received state grants to design and build their own municipal broadband networks, according to the Western MA Economic Development Council. Gov. Charlie Baker’s administration last week released $4.6 million in total, with Mount Washington receiving $222,000 for an estimated $1.25 million network and Windsor receiving $830,000 for an estimated $2.19 million
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