East Boston Showing Shortage of Available Single-Family Homes

According to June MLS data, East Boston is showing a sudden shortage of single-family properties on the market. Currently, there are 12 available single-families in East Boston. Only one of those properties is bank owned—a slanted, 1,248 square foot colonial with parking at 210 Havre Street for $83,900. Another is a short sale.

The remaining properties, offered by regular sellers, range from an adorable 937 square foot fixer-upper at 19 Haynes Street for $159,000 to a 2,802 square foot Eagle Hill Victorian built by shipbuilder Donald McKay at 56 Putnam Street. Its price is $374,900. There are currently 7 single-family homes for sale between $200,000 and $300,000 in East Boston, ranging from Orient Heights to Eagle Hill.

June was a busy month, with offers accepted on single-family homes on Saratoga, Eutaw, Bennington, Horace, and Wordworth Streets. Another was accepted on Murray Court. Varying in condition, these properties were all priced right, with 3 of them priced over $200,000, and four of them priced under $200,000. There currently seem to be more qualified buyers than available properties in the single-family market.

Please check back as we continue to update you on East Boston real estate happenings. To see all our listings, or to search MLS properties, head to the Tony’s Realty Website.

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