Monday, November 5, 2012
This week's featured home was built in 1994.
Editor's note: Home of the Week is a feature that goes beyond what's in the open house listing, giving you an inside look at some of the great homes on the market in Foxborough. This pristine Colonial offers a great floor plan, including a country kitchen with a center island, finished basement, hardwood floors and a patio among other features, according to a listing on AOL Real Estate. Additional Details: 17 Howe Lane, Foxborough Listing Agent: Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage - Canton Office: 781-821-2664
Thursday, September 15, 2011
A look at how Foxborough is coping in these tough economic times.
For the first time since January, sales of Massachusetts single-family homes increased in July, posting a 7 percent increase from July 2010, according to a report by The Warren Group, publisher of Banker & Tradesman. "While it's encouraging to see sales rise in July, we're comparing statistics to a very rough month of July last year," said Banker & Tradesman Managing Editor Cory S. Hopkins. "The expiration of the homebuyer tax credits hurt sales volume a year ago, which is skewing the actual picture of the market now." The median price of single-family homes remained steady in July, slipping under 1 percent to $317,500, down from $320,000 a year earlier. This is the third straight month that the median price exceeded $300,000. The median …
Sunday, March 20, 2011
Statewide foreclosures dropped by almost 59 percent.
Foreclosure petitions and deeds in Foxborough both fell from three to zero year-over-year according to information compiled by the real estate information firm The Warren Group. In Massachusetts, the number of foreclosure petitions (which start the foreclosure process) dropped by nearly 58 percent (from 1,874 to 793), and foreclosure deeds (which represent completed foreclosures) dropped by almost 59 percent (from 1,141 to 468) when compared to January 2010. Vincent Valvo, the group publisher and editor-in-chief of "Banker & Tradesman," cautioned in a statement against attributing too much of the drop to an improved economy. "Slowing foreclosure activity could be the result of several factors," Valvo said in a statement. "Unfortunately, …