Hammond Residential Real Estate compiles data for Boston Business Journal Article

Posted by Mark Lippolt — August 3, 2010

1280856823Newton just ain’t what it used to be. Lexington’s seeing plenty of green. Wellesley’s just as popular as ever.

The criteria for this not-so-scientific ranking system: sales of million-dollar-plus homes in Greater Boston.

According to sales data through the end of June, the Bay State has seen a 22 percent decline in million-dollar home sales since the market peaked in 2005. And for some towns, the drop has been even more severe.

For full article click here: Markets for wealthy homebuyers run hot and cold - Boston Business Journal

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