Property Management in North End, Massachusetts
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Boston’s North End in Massachusetts is one of the most sought-after neighborhoods in the city. The city is one of the country’s oldest communities. The first settlers from Europe arrived in Massachusetts in 1630. Increase Mather, the famous Puritan minister, was responsible for attracting many of the original settlers to the region in the 17th-century.
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The neighborhood is one of the most vibrant and colorful in Massachusetts. At one time the area was known for its large Italian-American population. During the 1930s the population was at its peak then began to decline. Today one of Boston’s most famous neighborhoods has a diverse culture made up of several ethnic groups including African, Asian, and Latino or Hispanic-Americans.
Many of Boston’s famous attractions are in the area. Christ Church known as the Old North Church on Salem Street is where Robert Newman hung lanterns in the steeple on April 18th, 1775 to alert Paul Revere that the British were going to Concord and Lexington by sea at the start of the American Revolution. The Paul Revere House built in 1680 is in North Square. The Freedom Trail links 16 of the historic sites in Massachusetts relating to the Revolution.
Faneuil Hall Marketplace or Quincy Market, on the Freedom Trail, consists of four buildings and a cobblestone plaza, built during the 1800s. The marketplace features hundreds of shops, stalls, pubs, restaurants, and plenty of street entertainment. The Holocaust Memorial and the New England Aquarium on the waterfront are within walking distance. Many local artisans sell their crafts at the market and in the small shops along Merchants Row and Marsh Square. The restaurants are as diverse as the neighborhood and feature Asian, Greek, Mexican, Italian, and a wide array of international cuisines. Faneuil Hall Marketplace features special events throughout the year with one of the city’s most extravagant light shows during the Christmas holidays.
Hanover Street is the neighborhood’s “Main Street.” Once an Indian path to the shoreline, the street is now the locale for many neighborhood cafes, Italian restaurants, churches, and businesses. A section of Hanover Street is closed to traffic on Fridays and Saturdays for an open-air market.
The Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Greenway, named after President John F. Kennedy’s mother, features beautiful landscaping, specialty lighting, fountains, and art. The park runs through several of the city’s neighborhoods, including the street where Mrs. Kennedy was born.
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Eighty-two percent of the population in the neighborhood consists of white-collar workers while 18 percent are blue collar. More than 43 percent of the residents have a Bachelor’s Degree, and more than 33 percent have Master’s Degrees. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the median income is $87,470.
One of the North End’s best features is that it’s regarded as the safest neighborhoods in the city and is where many families are choosing to live and raise their children. This region of the city has one of the area’s lowest crime rates and an excellent school system. Among the top schools in the area are St. John School and the John K. Eliot School. Boston’s public transportation system the “T,” runs through this section of the city and the MBTA provides train service to the suburbs.
The densely populated residential area features many renovated buildings that are stylish condos. Many of the commercial buildings on the waterfront that have been remodeled were constructed during the late 19th and early 20th-centuries and have spectacular views of the harbor and the islands. A lot of the neighborhood condos are on the water in historic buildings, have easy access to the waterfront parks, the Green and Orange lines, commuter rail service, supermarkets, shops, and restaurants.
The current median price of Boston’s homes is $719,000 which has gone up 9.3 percent since 2016. The home prices are expected to rise 3.9 percent within the next year. The average price per square foot for homes in the Boston Metro region is $661. In the North End, the median home price is $714,700 and has increased by 11 percent in the last year. The average price per square foot for homes in the North End is $1,100. The average price for rental properties in Boston is $2,700, and in the North End, the price is $2,900.
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North End Property Management
Our property management team specializes in residential areas throughout North End, MA. We offer multiple services to take your rental property and convert it into reliable income. We have a thorough screening process that helps to identify the right tenants for your property. Our team works hard to keep both parties happy through effective communication, bullet proof lease agreements, and timely monthly rent collection. We offer maintenance services to enhance the property and ensure that it will retain or increase in value. We oversee everything, allowing you to sit back and relax and know that your property and your tenants are in good hands.
Contact us today if you are ready to receive a comprehensive analysis of your rental property and to inquire about our North End area property management services.
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Keyrenter is very organized. I have had several problems with my condo, and Keyrenter has been on top of everything. I can’t say enough good things about the company.
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I'm absolutely delighted with how easy Keyrenter made everything for me. From start to getting a renter into my house, it's all been convenient and simple. Great company, great service, great people!
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I've been a tenant with Keyrenter for the past 5 years. They have always been prompt in dealing with issues I've raised up and in responding to my requests for repairs and maintenance.
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Keyrenters tenant placement service is designed to provide landlords with a solution to the most difficult problem, finding a good tenant. Our leasing agents will not only locate good tenants, we use a thorough screening process and can even negotiate fair lease agreements.
Maintenance & Inspections
Our maintenance and inspection services are designed to keep the value of your property intact. We offer a full service options to provide our clients with only the best service possible. We will handle all of the difficult problems related to caring for the property and tenants.
Do you hate collecting monthly checks? Keyrenter provides accounting services to make sure you are paid on time, and your tenants are upholding lease agreement. We can assist with a variety of accounting options from monthly billing to taxes and other financial needs.
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