Quincy Massachusetts is the largest city in Norfolk County and its the 8th largest city in the state. Census data says it has 93,367 people who call Quincy Massachusetts home, and its sometimes known as the city of Presidents since John Adams, John Quincy Adams, and John Hancock all have roots in Quincy. Before Quincy was Quincy it was originally part of Dorchester and Boston and later became the north precinct of Braintree and eventually, in 1792 it split off of Braintree and was named after Colonel John Quincy. Quincy throughout history was a thriving granite industry and later was known for Granite Railway which was the first commercial railroad. In the 20th century, it became home to Howard Johnson and Dunkin Donuts which were both founded in Quincy.
Quincy shares borders with Boston to the North, Milton to the west, Randolph and Braintree to the south along with Weymouth and Hull.
Quincy is a very popular place in the summer months since it has several beaches in Wollaston and Quincy.
The Demographic of Quincy the median income of households $59,803 and median family income $77,514. The average commute is 30 minutes or more.
There are several neighborhoods in Quincy for a house hunter or renter to call home
- Adams Shore
- Hough Neck
- Marina Bay
- North Quincy
- Quincy Center
- Quincy Point
- South Quincy
- West Quincy
Transportation in Quincy- North Quincy, Wollaston, Quincy Center, Quincy Adama Station and Commuter boats are an option to get to other points of Boston.
Landmarks- John Quincy Adams Birthplace, Quincy Granite Railway Incline, Pinkham House along with many other landmarks.
Farmers Market- Quincy Famer Market that is open seasonal June to November.
2016 1st Quarter $270,000 Days on market 79
2017 1st Quarter $288,000 Days on market 52
2016 2nd Quarter $285,000 Days on Market 64
2017 2nd Quarter $303,000 Days on Market 32
2016 3rd Quarter $305,000 Days on Market 41
2017 3rd Quarter $345,000 Days on market 40
2016 4th Quarter $328,000 Days on Market 44
2017 4th Quarter $337,500 Days on market 44
Single Family Homes
2016 1st Quarter $367,500 Days on market 68
2017 1st Quarter $419,750 Days on market 72
2016 2nd Quarter $420,000 Days on Market 70
2017 2nd Quarter $425,000 Days on Market 60
2016 3rd Quarter $425,000 Days on Market 54
2017 3rd Quarter $450,000 Days on market 33
2016 4th Quarter $410,000 Days on Market 50
2017 4th Quarter $450,000 Days on market 62
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