Best Places to Live : Number Two in Country

Don't miss this rare opportunity to live on one of Milton's most desirable streets. Charming 4 bedroom center entrance colonial situated on a 13,234 sq. ft. lot on a lovely tree-lined circle. Easy walk to Cunningham/Collicott school, and Cunningham park. Entertaining is a must, with the first floor offering an open concept kitchen /living space with stainless appliances. Enjoy your sun'filled family room with a large fireplace, over-sized mudroom and first floor bath. Move in just in time to enjoy your backyard oasis featuring a gunite pool and landscaped grounds. Gleaming hardwood floors throughout. Easy access to Downtown Boston and the convenience of East Milton Square offering shops, restaurants & more. 
Posted by Paul Rege , G.R.I, C.B.R. President on March 18th, 2020 5:29 PM

Laura Volpe

Congratulations to Laura for joining the Team at Kelley & Rege Properties Inc. a lifelong resident of Braintree, Ma 02184.



“At Kelley and Rege Properties, I am simply better able to offer my clients a wider range of services than before, and my associates here are a terrific group of professionals dedicated to getting results for our clients”.


Whether you are buying or selling, let Laura be your Neighborhood Specialist


Laura Volpe                

Kelley and Rege Properties    

378 Granite Ave Milton Ma (617)696-6100 

(617)-617-312-9960 Cell
Posted by Paul Rege , G.R.I, C.B.R. President on December 18th, 2019 6:34 PM


The housing market is growing — and strong growth is projected to continue in 2017.

  • More homes are expected to be sold in 2016 than in any year since the Great Recession. The sales rate is also expected to increase in 2017.

  • All four forecasts call for an increase in home sales in 2016, with an average increase of 4.1% over last year. All four forecasts also call for 2017 to be even stronger, with an average 3.4% increase over this year’s sales.

Home prices have fully recovered from the Great Recession decrease, with more growth expected.

  • Late last year, U.S. home prices in general surpassed their pre-recession peak and now stand 4.5% above that peak, reached in early 2007.1

  • U.S. home prices increased at an average annual rate of 6.1% in the year ending in the third quarter of 2016.1

  • Over the past three years, U.S. home prices have increased at an average annual rate of 5.5%.1

Posted by Paul Rege , G.R.I, C.B.R. President on January 5th, 2017 11:23 AM


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