Lowell Real Estate Assessment Ratio

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The assessment ratio index continues to rise in the Greater Lowell MA area. A comparison of 2012 to 2013 through August shows Lowell MA prices lead the charge with a 15% increase. The city is followed by 12% in Ayer and Shirley, and 10% increases in Westford and Tyngsboro. All towns tracked by the index showed an increase. The trend coupled with low inventory and higher rates sets the stage for one last 2013 push during the month of September. If you are selling, do it in September. Waiting could lead to a long hard Winter!


Find Out How Much Your Lowell Home Is Worth In Today’s Market…

If you’re going to sell your Lowell home in the next 3-6 months, what you do right now to prepare for the sale could make a difference of thousands of dollars.

Before you put your Lowell home on the market, or consider buying another home, you need to find out how much Lowell homes are selling for in today’s market, so you can make your plans based on the most up-to-date information available

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