The latest information about the association, our brokerage community, and the real estate industry.
February Market Statistics are Now Available
The February Market Statistics are now available!
210 Affordable Units Maintained Through 2071 in Lynn
The Lynn Economic Development & Industrial Corporation (EDIC) has come to an agreement with Crowninshield Management Corporation to maintain the 210 Affordable Housing units as affordable in the Harbor Loft Apartments until 2071.
Gloucester Public Hearing on Inclusionary Zoning Amendment
At a Public Hearing held by the Gloucester Planning Board it was voted unanimously to move the amendment of the Inclusionary Zoning Ordinance to the City Council.
January Market Statistics Now Available
Median sale prices continue to rise while year over year pending sales show a steading off.
NSR Closed for President's Day
The NSR Offices will be closed on February 15th in honor of President's Day.
North Shore Economic Summit
NSR will be holding an Economic Summit on March 18th to examine the economic conditions on the North Shore and and answer your questions about the economics of the housing industry.
REALTORS and Vaccination Priority
While real estate is categorized as an essential service, the vaccination priority does differ from the essential services list. At this time being a real estate agent is not a factor in determining your eligibility to receive the vaccine.
Types of Tenancy in Massachusetts
In Massachusetts there are several different ways a buyer can take title to a property. With the pandemic causing unusual circumstances, such as delayed weddings, a buyer understanding the different options available to them can be critical to the success of the transaction.
December Market Statistics Are Now Available
Market Statistics show increasing Closed and Pending Sales and a dramatic lack of inventory.
Greater Lynn State of the Region
Municipal leaders from Lynn and Swampscott presented on the State of the Region.
Gloucester Proposes Inclusionary Housing Ordinance Change
The Planning Board has drafted a proposal that would amend the Gloucester Inclusionary Housing Ordinance in an effort to increase the supply of housing available to low-income and very-low income households.