Growing up in Malden
It was a whole different environment than the one I moved back to when I purchased my first home here but the quality of character, people and neighborliness hasn't changed at all - it's the best! I moved back to Malden in 2015 and haven't looked back. It's been a joy to see it grow both as a booming suburb and as a safe place for the next generation to grow up and learn in.
Malden has become, in my opinion, one of the best places to live within a stone's throw of Boston proper. We have restaurants as good as many in the city but at more affordable prices, we've got excellent school enrollment and education programs and the majority of homes here have an outdoor space to enjoy as well - some even have nice yards! We're close to the beautiful Fells and Stone Zoo and adjacent to adorable Melrose Town Center.
Our own Malden Center MBTA stop has become the epicenter of beautiful new developments aimed at the next generation of professionals working both in and outside of Boston. With more restaurants, cafes and other small businesses popping up all around the city, it's no wonder home values have increased so steadily here in our lovely town.
Looking for an agent that knows Malden? You found me; all you need to do is reach out and we'll get started! Whether you're selling your home and need a home value esitmate or you're looking to buy here in Malden, I've got you covered.
Malden is one of the fastest growing Boston suburbs, with home sales just above the Massachusetts average. Malden Single Family homes sell for an average of $513,131, which is $8,147 over asking and Multi-Family homes sold for $729,200.00 and on average, for $14,706.00 over listing price.
Malden's demographics by age now skew heavily towards 25-54 year olds, with the younger generations quickly filing in to this affordable yet commutable town. With not one but two MBTA stops within Malden’s borders, commuters have convenient access to a bus network that links them directly to the Orange line and the neighboring towns. Oak Grove services the northern reach of Malden and provides ample parking for driving commuters and Malden Center Station serves as the hub for the downtown area.
If you’re looking for the city life but at a more comfortable pace, at a better price and with all of the conveniences of the city - contact me today! Let me show you around my hometown.
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