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Boston is the capital and largest city of Massachusetts State of United States. Boston is a port of approximately forty-six square miles and the heart of a metropolitan area of nearly 5.8 million people. According to the 2003 Census, Boston, with a population of 581,616, ranks as the twentieth largest city in the nation. Among the oldest cities of the country, Boston is most familiar for its role in the American Revolution; for its leading part in the nation's literary life and as a essence of social reform, educational and cultural acquisition.

The Boston area is the hub of New England's cultural and economic life and has a significant collection of educational institutions, which includes HARVARD UNIVERSITY, THE Massachusetts INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGYM BOSTON COLLEGE, TUFTS UNIVERSITY, BOSTON UNIVERSITY AND NORTHERN UNIVERSITY.

Economy: Boston is a leading fishing and commercial port. Its Industries includes publishing, food processing and varied manufactures. High-technology research and development and computer and electronic manufacturing industries have flourished along Boston's older peripheral highway (Routes 128 and 95). Much of tourism is attracted by its historic sites and cultural assets and has increasingly become important. Redevelopment in “the Hub” since 1960s has focused on the Back Bay. In the compact downtown of the city on the Shawmut Peninsula, where financial and other offices have been developed since the 1970s. Less than one fifth of the metropolitan area's residents, however, live in the city.

City Attractions: Boston treasures the landmarks of the past, especially in the narrow streets of the colonial city: the 17th-century house in which Paul Revere lived; Old North Church, popular for its part in Revere's “midnight ride”; Old South Meetinghouse, a rallying place for patriots during the Revolution; the old statehouse (1713), now a museum; the Boston Common - one of the oldest public parks in the country; Faneuil Hall; the gold-domed statehouse, designed by Charles Bulfinch; and the red-brick houses of Louisburg Square, amongothers. Famed Boston churches include King's Chapel, the birthplace of American Unitarianism (1785); Boston Light (1716), at the entrance to Boston Harbor, is the oldest lighthouse in the United States.

CLIMATE: The weather in Boston is like of New England, changes rapidly. Summers are typically warm and humid, while winters are cold - windy and snowy. It has been known to snow rarely.

SPORTS: Boston hosts and give coaching for Baseball, Basketball, Football, Hockey.

Real Estate: Boston rightfully is a world class city with vibrant neighborhoods, rich in culture and diversity. It was incorporated as a town in 1630 and as a city in 1822. Boston proper is made up of 21 neighborhoods including well known areas such as Back Bay, Beacon Hill and Fenway etc.

The city of Boston hosts over 12 million annual visitors a year who come from around the world to take advantage of its world class offering of museums, cultural events, medical facilities and a multitude of outdoor activities. A remarkable public transportation system lets you access most of the activities you want to enjoy.

As of December, 06, and according to MLS, Boston had for sale: 557 single family homes (SFHs), average asking price is approximately $620,000 with average market time of 143 days; 2323 condos with average asking price of $584,000 and 144 days on market; and 705 multi-family units with an average asking price of $584k and 120 days on market.

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