August 27, 2019 6:30-9pm MassRealEstate.net important meeting!
Tomorrow Evening August 27, 2019 6:30 – 9pm
- Did you know that there’s a Massachusetts State Agency that has done exhaustive Demographic studies on our area? Metro Boston including 101 adjoining Communities.
Of course we know how Boston drives the areas values from Southern New Hampshire to Worcester to Providence.
Do you know what the 4 Options are for our Future and which is most likely to be implemented? ***
Won’t hearing from this agency help you locate Zones of Opportunity?
and Which Housing Types and Occupancies will be the most sought after?
Tomorrow evening you’ll hear from the Source of this Report and leave our meeting with a RoadMap for your even Greater Success!
Don’t forget All our VENDOR members!!!
2. LiAnne of iTrip on Short Term AirBnB housing, is it for you? She’s analyzing one of my Rentals and will have a full report to show you!
3. I’ve got a message for you from Attorney Jonathan White on his Asset Protection, (Health-Care Proxy, Power of Attorney & Will)!
4. Len Theran, Professional Loss Adjusters Why Call Us As Soon As Your Insurance Loss Occurs?
5. Tenant Checking with Grand Slam Investigations.
6. and an Update from Andrea on her East Boston Multi-Family to 3 Condos also who won the BBQ and how that worked out;-)
7. Home Depot discounts Update!
8. Also Buy-Sell-Networking with YOU and Marco’s authentic Italian Restaurante Pizza!
Doors Open at 6:30pm, Adjourn by 9, we’ll meet at DesignGroup47.com 47 Newbury Street (just before Sonic CarHop), Peabody, MA 01960 No charge to Members Only $25 for Guests or Only $99/year to join!
*** Current Trends: Let It Be This is what Metro Boston might be like in 2030 if current trends continue. The problems we face today are likely to get worse, with sprawling development, unaffordable housing, educational inequity, lack of skilled labor, and unsustainable water withdrawals.
Alternative 1: Little by Little This is what the region might be like if it implements many of the “smart growth” tools that are already available. In most cities and towns, growth rates would be the same as under Current Trends, but communities would take steps to change the location and pattern of growth at the local level.
Alternative 2: Winds of Change This alternative would significantly change the regional distribution of growth, requiring new land use planning tools and a great increase in regional cooperation, including some regional decision-making on planning and land use issues.
Alternative 3: Imagine This alternative would revolutionize growth patterns in the region, directing almost all new growth to high-density development in urban areas. The region would make massive investments in to provide college education for three quarters of the region’s working-age adults.