Cambridge is located on the left Bank of the Charles River and across downtown Boston. The city is home to two prominent Universities, Harvard and MIT, but also to the most innovative district in the U.S., the Kendall square Hub, gathering all the world-class leading Biopharmas and Technologies Companies.
With a territory less than a mile square, Cambridge counts 105,000 souls, coming from all backgrounds and origins. It is a place of diversity. Massachusetts Avenue is the main artery running from Boston all the way to Arlington, and 4 squares punctuate its routes: Kendall square, Central Square, Harvard square and finally Porter Square. Each neighborhood has its own personality, and you can choose between leafy family-friendly neighborhoods and urban and vibrant city living.
With such a young population - the average age is 31 years old - the city gathers many of the Top Restaurants around Boston, many public libraries - and its most phenomenal Main Library on broadway -, plenty of Blueblikes & Hubway stations and parks.
Cambridge has 8 Elementary schools, 4 Middle Schools and one High School, the Cambridge Rindge & Latin School (CRLS).
International, Driven by Knowledge, this is Cambridge, MASS.
What you should know...
Cambridge has the lowest residential Tax Rate in Massachusetts. For the fiscal year 2020, it is $5.75/000 of the assessed value. And the residents who occupy their primary residence can benefit from a residential exemption of $2,365 / year. Find out here
Cambridge has traditionally a low inventory of homes for sale, and the demand exceeds the number of homes available. Consequently, this is a fast-paced and competitive market.
We sell an average of 750-800 homes a year, 80% condominiums, 10% single family homes and another 10% of multi-family buildings. The average price for condos was $935,000 in 2019, for single $2,051,000 for single and $2,114,000 for multi. Find the 2019 Data Report here