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1 in 3.9 Boston Homes are in the Private Rented Sector:

  • 6 Nov 2023

The Resilient Growth of Boston’s Private Rented Sector with a Decade of Opportunities Amid Challenges As Boston strides into the future, the burgeoning private rented sector has continued to house many of its residents. The decade-spanning 2011 to 2021 saw a significant surge in the private rented sector, a testament to the enduring appeal and viability of the Boston property market. This growth has unfolded amidst a backdrop of housing challenges, underscoring the pivotal role of private landlords in bridging the housing gap.

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The Resurgence of Boston's Semi-Detached Houses:

  • 27 Oct 2023

...a 346% Price Surge in 28 Years In the realm of British suburban living, the semi-detached house has often been the subject of caricature, a symbol of safe yet uninspiring domesticity, epitomised by hit TV shows and movies like the Dursleys out of Harry Potter, the BBC show Outnumbered, Birds of a Feather and the ever-awkward son of Norwich, Alan Partridge.

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Boston's Housing Market: An in-depth analysis of where Boston people are moving

  • 11 Oct 2023

The consensus among economists and the wider public is clear: the remarkable ascent of Boston's property prices over the previous twelve years has reached its peak and is now starting to drift downwards. Major national publications splash headlines filled with pessimism about the UK housing market, citing issues such as buyer affordability caused by challenges with average salary growth not keeping up with inflation, higher interest rates also hitting buyer affordability, and the hangover of the pandemic making recruiting people hard work. However, these gloomy projections don't seem to resonate with the fact that Boston's property market activity in the past year closely mirrors that of 2017/18/19.

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