I thought I'd update the bounce in price graph that I did a six months ago.
There some interesting things that we see when we look at the old chart and the new one back to back. Let's take a look!
Update Price Changes Since 2012
Most Interesting Things to Note
- Boylston remains at the top - but has slowed it's gain. As noted in the last report, some of the Worcester Suburbs did the best because when I started the baseline for the report, they had done the worst. As we go on, I expect them to fall back to the pack some what, but they got an awfully good jump on everyone.
- No more decreases: Everyone is even prices or better in the new report.
- Most towns between 6-12% price growth since 2012. Feels about right to me!
- Framingham and Ashland have surged since the last report. Ashland was behind in the data cycle, but it looks right now.
- Holliston has a big surge: Much of this is driven by the new construction sales in Holliston, which have really moved up the numbers, but still, a sharp jump in prices for Holliston, which can't be explained by the Worcester Suburb theory!
- Westborough still dragging. There have been plenty of price pressures, but prices have moved only 3% in Westborough. This makes no sense to me, but there it is.
- Medfield has actually fallen back a bit, and is now in the middle of the pack.