Posts Tagged ‘norfolk’

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Black Friday Real Estate Deal in Norfolk, MA

November 26, 2008

Please visit 8HunterAve.com for more details.

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Joe’s Barber Shop | Norfolk, MA

September 18, 2008

Joe’s Barber Shop is located at the intersection of Routes 1A and 115 (Pond Street) in Norfolk, MA, just behind the Horse ‘N Carriage Restaurant. Joe gives a good haircut and nearly guarantees you won’t lose an ear in the process. He also talks a little about one of his old clients who used to stop in before he became The Tom Brady.

508-385-5030 phone

Sun-Mon: Closed Tues-Fri: 7:30am-5:30pm Thurs: Until 7:30pm Sat: 7:30am-3:00pm

Bring cash or hit the ATM across the street. Haircuts $14, Seniors $11, Beardtrim/Outline $5

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Market Updates: August 2008

September 7, 2008
90 King Street, Norfolk, MA SOLD! 8/25/08 $425,000

90 King Street, Norfolk, MA SOLD! 8/25/08 $425,000

Below are the market reports for the month of August 2008. In half the markets (Medway, Walpole and Millis) average days on market were up slightly from the previous month. In the other three markets (Medfield, Norfolk and Franklin) average days on market were down from July. Based on average days on market, number of transactions and average sales prices vs. average list prices I would say overall there seems to be some slightly upward pressure on the market. By no means have we “turned the corner” but based on my month-to-month analysis, I would say things have remained steady and if anything have creeped slightly up.

As always, if you want a more detailed explanation of what’s going on in your specific market, please give me a call. I’m always happy to talk about real estate with my friends and neighbors.

Have a great Fall!

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Market Updates: July 2008

August 18, 2008

Below are links to market reports for the month of July for Franklin, Holliston, Hopkinton, Medfield, Medway, Millis and Norfolk, MA. If you’d like more specific information on any of the individual transactions, or if you’d like the honest opinion of a real estate agent WHO IS ALSO a certified residential real estate appraiser, drop me a line. I’d be happy to talk with you more about what’s going on in your market! (August reports will be available first week of September, I promise!)

Franklin Market Insider: July 2008

Holliston Market Insider: July 2008

Hopkinton Market Insider: July 2008

Medfield Market Insider: July 2008

Medway Market Insider: July 2008

Millis Market Insider: July 2008

Norfolk Market Insider: July 2008

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Happy Birthday! (Belated to some…)

June 19, 2008

The following is a list of active homes for sale in Norfolk that have celebrated their first birthday! My tongue is planted firmly in cheek here folks, because a listing that has been on the market for a year or more is no cause to celebrate. Read the rest of this entry ?

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Norfolk Market Update – March 2008

April 15, 2008

Here are the eight homes that sold in Norfolk during the month of March (2008):

31 Bridie Lane $522,500 3/12/2008

10 Marshall Street $381,000 3/28/2008

5 Barnstable Road $476,000 3/14/2008

49 Main Street $255,000 3/21/2008

14 Willow Place $665,000 3/28/2008

23 Fredrickson Road $679,000 3/19/2008

7 Riverpath Street $306,000 3/27/2008

13 Briarwood Road $420,000 3/28/2008

And here are the averages:

Average List Price: $480,413 (up 13.5% from March 2007)
Average Sale Price: $463,063 (up 13.8% from March 2007)
Average Days on Market (DOM): 204.64 (up 21.2% from March 2007)
Sale as % of List Price: 96.4% (down 0.4% from March 2007 – the same basically)

So what this tells us is, although the marketing time has increased about 21% since the same period last year (by roughly 40 days), the list prices and sales prices in Norfolk have increased roughly 14% since the same period last year. Buyers are still paying around 96-97% of the list price. That hasn’t really changed from year to year. So despite the gloom and doom we all hear on the news and read in the papers, the numbers indicate that March 2008 was a positive step up from March 2007 in Norfolk. Homes are still taking a little longer to sell, but they’re selling for more money.

If you have specific questions about the market, or individual properties, please call me directly on my cell at 617-828-4127. I’m available most times. Take care.