Concord Real Estate & Homes for Sale in Massachusetts
Located less than 20 miles northwest of Boston center, the town of Concord can be found in Middlesex County, a county that has a deep historical connection. Concord, home to nearly 18,000 people, has carefully preserved the historic and literary aspects of the past. The North Bridge, where shots were fired in the first battle of the American Revolution, is lovingly preserved. Homes of literary greats Ralph Waldo Emerson, Henry David Thoreau and the Alcott Family are also well maintained. Justly proud of their cultural heritage, residents foster the arts and enjoy a local chorus, orchestra, band, theatre group and two art centers.
Concord shares its many community organizations with the neighboring town of Carlisle, along with its public school district, Concord Public Schools, and several nature trails. The community still experiences a consistently steady population growth as more and more young professionals move away from the hustle and bustle of Boston for a more rural and historically charming New England Village lifestyle. If you're looking to live in a community that offers a lovely respite from the city, then Concord, Massachusetts is worth a visit.
Concord Real Estate Market Info - Prices of Houses for Sale in Concord
Concord offers a delightful mix of historic Colonial and Victorian homes alongside luxurious estate homes. Home prices in Concord reflect proximity to job centers in Boston and Lowell, ranging from $300,000 to more than $5 million. A select few condominiums and townhouses can be found in Concord as well with prices ranging from $250,000 to $1 million and more. Savvy real estate investors and developers will find that Concord also offers a nice selection of land properties for sale, whether for commercial or residential development. Prices for land parcels in Concord generally start at $450,000.
Concord Real Estate Stats and Trends for the week of January 19th, 2015: homes priced around $684,400 compared to $645,600 the previous week, showing a increase of more than +6%. For Thursday, April 16th, the current national mortgage rate for a 30 year fixed mortgage is 4.51%; the 15 year fixed rate is at 3.90%. For a loan larger than conventional conforming loans, or 'jumbo' loan, the 30 year rate is 4.41%, while the 15 year jumbo rate currently is at 4.12%.