FRAMINGHAM — Very good fortune usually arrives with superior timing, and that was the case for Pat and Kym Parker.

The Framingham few lately sold their split-amount residence on Randy Road for $655,000 — in less than two days — in a sizzling genuine estate industry. They shown their home for $550,000 on a Thursday, and two days afterwards they accepted a buyer’s offer you, going for walks away with a tidy surplus of $105,000.

They lived in the property for just a minimal far more than three a long time, spending $420,000 at the time of their buy, in accordance to town property information. Their sale price tag was 56% greater than their invest in cost. 

Pat and Kym Parker outside their Framingham home on Tuesday, as moving trucks packed up their belongings in preparation for the ride to their new home in Shrewsbury. The Parker's Framingham home sold for $655,000, $105,000 above the list price.

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“In May perhaps, we were listening to how outrageous the marketplace was,” reported Pat Parker, 32, in explaining that he spoke with a couple of genuine estate agents about most likely putting his dwelling on the market. “We liked the amount we had been acquiring.”

The Parkers’ practical experience is actively playing out throughout MetroWest, as many homeowners are cashing in — selling their residences for noticeably more than their inquiring prices, as probable potential buyers interact in bidding wars for constrained materials.

But how lengthy can the feeding frenzy very last, pushing price ranges up to historic degrees? Some fear that it could all occur crashing down, considerably like the past real estate bust in 2008-09.

Genuine estate industry experts who spoke with the Every day News gave sights ranging from little likelihood of a market place collapse to indicators that could issue to a important downturn in price ranges.

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“There’s not a great risk” of outright collapse, stated Timothy Warren Jr., main executive officer of The Warren Team, a true estate knowledge, analytics and marketplace insights agency centered in Peabody.