Lamacchia Realty Inc. proudly serves the city of Lowell Massachusetts. With a team of top talented real estate agents, you can be sure that you’re in the right hands during your entire home buying or home selling process. Entering the real estate process can be extremely stressful and when doing so within a city of around 110,000 residents, it can be even more difficult.
Selling A Home in Lowell MA
With a large population in Lowell, how are you able to set your house apart from the competition? Well, with the help of Lamacchia we use a wide range of tactics that get your house in front of as many prospective buyers eyes as possible. Photos, television, real estate websites, social media, reverse prospecting, and interactive floor plans are a few tools that we utilize for all our customers. We understand the community and what it takes to get your home sold at the right price and during the right time period.
Buying A Home in Lowell MA
With all the homes on the market in Lowell, how are you able to find the perfect fit for you? With Lamacchia Realty you can utilize some of the best tools and agents possible to find your dream home. The industrial city of Lowell Massachusetts has a lot to offer if you are a young professional, or starting a family. We want to help you start your new life in a property that fits your needs.
Learn More About Lowell
Lowell has an estimated population of 109,000, which makes it the fourth largest city in MA and the second largest in the Boston metro area.
Lowell has eight distinct neighborhoods, the Arce, Back Central, Belvidere, Centralville, Downtown, Highlands, Pawtucketville, and South Lowell.
Lowell is nearby I-495, U.S Route 3, the Lowell Connector and MA Routes; 3A, 38, 110, 113, and 133.
Lowell is served by the LRTA, which provides fixed route bus services. The MBTA Lowell Line provides service to Boston’s North Station.
Housing and Home Prices
The median home value in Lowell is $279,600.
The median rent price in Lowell is $1,600.
Things to Do
You will never get bored with finding food. Lowell has a variety of restaurants you can check out. Due to the expanding college campus, nightlife and restaurants are slowing growing over the years.
Lowell is home to 39 places on the National Register of Historic Places.
Visit the Boott Cotton Mills Museum is a former textile mill.
Explore the history of Lowell! With the Lowell National History Park, American Textile History Museum and Whistler House Museum of Art there is always something to learn about.
Lowell-Dracut-Tyngsboro State Forest provides cross-country skiing trails in the winter and hiking and biking paths in the warmer months.
Vandenberg Esplanade provides biking and hiking paths as well as having a swimming area. There is also a park area great for picnics!
Lowell High School enrolls around 3,000 students and has 215 full time teachers. They have a student teacher ratio of 15 to 1. The total minority enrollment is around 69%. They rank #4 out of 397 for most diverse public high schools in MA.
If you have children, UMass Lowell offers a great local education while being one of the best state colleges in the area. If you are a sports fan, be sure to watch their D1 hockey team which competes nationally every year!
For more information about Lamacchia Realty and our services in Lowell MA, please feel free to give us a call at 855-510-7653 or fill out a contact form to speak with an agent.