• Victor Paulino

2017 Who's Hot on the North Shore

Updated: Jan 9, 2018

Check out which towns were hot in 2017


Best Condo Market - Haverhill

Haverhill saw a 10% increase in median condo sale price year over year, and a 17% increase in amount of condo sales. The development of Haverhill’s downtown is finally paying off.

Best Home Investment - Essex

Median home prices in Essex grew 13% YoY. And, with Essex sharing school systems with Manchester-By-The-Sea, no wonder home prices are going up. Median home sale price in Essex in 2017 was $550K compared to Manchester-By-The-Sea $776K, Manchester has the highest median home prices on the North Shore.


Best First Time Home Buyer - Peabody

With proximity to 128, route 1 and only 20 minutes from Boston, Peabody is a popular commuter city. Peabody’s market is dominated by single family homes, so this is a great community for a first time home buyer. With 593 home sales in 2017 at an average price of $413K, Peabody is 5% lower than the Southern Essex County Average.

Best Luxury Market - Gloucester

The historic fishing town is home to more than just the crows nest. Gloucester boasts some of the most amazing views in Massachusetts. Gloucester had the highest increase (47%) in $1M+ sales year over year. Gloucester had 34 sales over $1M in 2017 and four of those sales were over $3M.


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A resident of Beverly Farms, Victor is an award winning advisor who recently received the Ruby Distinction award by Engel & Völkers North America.  Victor focuses his work on the North Shore of Boston, where he has lived for over 20 years.  Victor works with all price ranges and treats a 500 square foot condo with the same attention as a 14,000 sq. ft. mansion. Victor holds many records in Beverly, including highest home sale for both multi-family building and single family home. 

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