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Wollaston is between North Quincy and Merrymount and also borders Quincy Center. Wollaston contains the largest beach in the city, aptly named Wollaston Beach, which is actually partly in Wollaston and partly in North Quincy. Wollaston Beach is 2.5 miles in length. There are 2 yacht clubs along t...

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The Squantum section of Quincy is a peninsular at the northern end of Quincy Bay. Squantum got its name from an Indian guide to Myles Standish, named Squanto. Facing north the views are of the Boston skyline and the Boston Harbor Islands. Marina Bay is a section within Squantum.Squantum used to b...

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Quincy Point is the area of Quincy bordering Weymouth.Quincy Point was home to the shipyard and was a very active yard during World War II. The shipyard opned in 1885 and closed in the late 1980's. During Worls War II, the shipyard built more ships than any shipyard in the Country. The shipyard a...

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 Below are the statistics for the City of Quincy as a whole, according to the Multiple Listing Service.October 2006Single Family: Homes Sold: 39 - Average Listing Price: 386,485 - Average Sales Price:367,405 - Average Days on the Market: 99.26Condos: Homes Sold: 38 - Average Listing Price: 296,82...

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   Houghs Neck is a sea side community, and peninsular within the City of Quincy.Houghs Neck was originally a cottage community and was the old Cape before the highway (route 3) was built to take us to what we now know as Cape Cod. People came from all over to summer in Houghs Neck.The area used ...

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West Quincy is bordered on one side by Braintree, and the other by Milton.Quarrying began in West Quincy back in the 1800's. Many of Quincy's older homes have granite block foundations that actually came from the Quincy Quarries. Many imigrants came to the area to work at the quarries from German...

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  PMI BECOMES DEDUCTIBLE IN 2007A new tax change that makes private mortgage insurance deductible may help some low- and moderate-income buyers purchase homes this year. Borrowers closing loans for home purchases in 2007, who have annual household incomes of $100,000 or less, will be able to get ...

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Welcome to Quincy, MassachusettsFor A Vitual Tour of Quincy, Click HereQuincy, Massachusetts is a city rich in history. It is home to two Presidents, John Adams, the second President of The United States, and his son John Quincy Adams who was the sixth President. This is why Quincy is referred to...

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Quincy Rated State's 2nd Safest City In November od 2006 the City of Quincy was rated 2nd in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and 76th nationally in a recent study of America's safest cities. Newton, MA was ranked number 1 in Massachusetts and number 4 in the Nation. Quincy moved up 19 spots nat...

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