Real Estate Update for Holbrook, MA

Dated: 11/01/2018

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The Town of Holbrook is a suburban New England town in Norfolk County.  At the time of the 2010 census, the town population numbered 10,791.  When the town was incorporated, in February of 1872, Holbrook was a leading center of boot and shoe production in the United States.  Now primarily residential, it offers commuter rail service into Boston, affordable prices, a small town feel and a brand new Pre-K-12 combined school, making it an attractive option for
 new home buyers.

In September and October 2018, home sales increased slightly - 25 homes sold this year compared to 15 homes sold in the same time period last year.  The number of days a property remained on the market decreased in 2018 to 30 days compared to 40 days in 2017.  Prices for a single family home increased this year to $383,905 from $325,927 in 2017.  There is currently no condominium market in Holbrook. 


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Jose E. Perez

Jose E Perez is the broker and owner of EXIT Realty All Stars located in Braintree, and Brockton MA, helping both buyers and sellers with all of their real estate needs. He previously worked for Centu....

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