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Is your property ready for winter?

Oct 07, 2014
Fall is here and winter is just around the corner. This is a good time to pay attention to your property and make sure it is winter-ready.  Whether you own a single family home or a condo, there are m ...
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Pricing a House: The Difference Between Sold...

Oct 04, 2012
This is a great time to sell with limited inventory on the current sales market and the mortgage rates at all-time lows. In fact, every news outlet is saying how the housing crisis is in remission, so ...
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Train with a View: Things to Do in Boston

Sep 18, 2012
When thinking of public transportation, the mind can flash to long delays, loud crowds, tight crammed spaces, uncomfortable heat, and odd smells, nothing really to look forward to doing. However there ...
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Investment Property: Where to Start

Sep 13, 2012
One of the biggest misconceptions I’ve heard from clients who are interested in buying investment property, is they are going to make livable income from their investment right away. More people have ...
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The Home Buying Process Simplified

Sep 11, 2012
Buying a home can be the biggest purchase a person can make in their lifetime. For first-time home buyers this can be the most overwhelming and stressful experience they could go through. Here is a ge ...
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Mapparium: A Jewel in Boston’s Back Bay

Aug 28, 2012
Faneuil Hall, Fenway Park, The Public Gardens, Museum of Fine Arts, The State House, etc… these are just some of the many highlights that Boston has to offer. But there are countless gems that may not ...
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Should I Rent or Should I Buy Now?

Aug 28, 2012
The real estate market has been dynamic over the last few years to say the least. The dramatic highs and lows have left many wondering if they should rent an apartment or buy a home. Each option has i ...
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Real Estate Tips: Fire Safety Regulations fo...

Aug 21, 2012
Recently there was a roof deck fire in Boston’s South End neighborhood on Wellington St. off of Columbus Ave before Massachusetts Ave. This fire started on the roof deck at 20 Wellington St. and event ...
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Street Tour of Union Park in Boston’s South ...

Aug 17, 2012
Union Park is arguably the most iconic and desirable block in the South End neighborhood of Boston. Union Park is the section of the street located between Tremont Street and Shawmut Avenue, whereas t ...
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New Development for Albany Street in Boston’...

Aug 14, 2012
The South End’s New York Streets neighborhood is going to have a major face lift over the next few years. One of the changes is going to be at the former Boston Herald site, which will be developed in ...
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Restoration vs Development in South Boston

Jul 12, 2012
After viewing the unique property at 928 East Broadway in South Boston recently, I started thinking about the line separating historical preservation and new development. The client who was interested ...
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Assessed Value vs Market Value

Jun 28, 2012
“Why is the assessed value vs market value so far off for this property?” Many buyers have asked this question thinking a ratio of assessed value offers a shortcut to a property’s fair market value. W ...
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