Buying a Home in Boston
Savvy strategies for setting a budget, securing a mortgage, and finding the right home for you.
There are two parking spots for sale with the place too—those are $100,000 each.
Its bones date from the 1830s, but the spread has been thoroughly updated and expanded. It also comes with a big lawn by Boston standards.
From key features to costs to financing options to the pros and cons of owning the famous housing type—it’s all here.
Moneybags, the Usual Suspects, the Rental Expat, and more—learn who you’ll encounter if you take the homebuying plunge in the area in 2020.
Certain neighborhoods in the city—including the Leather District and the southern slice of Dorchester—lend themselves to the cavernous housing type.