It has been said that the kitchen is the heart of the home. It is also a major selling point for any buyer. That being said, kitchen remodels are often quite expensive. So what do you do if you want to change up your kitchen but don't necessarily have the time or budget for a major makeoverl? Consider these 7 quick and easy tips that will change the look of your kitchen instantly.
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4 Things To Do In Newton This Week
1. Starting today and going through Saturday Dec 19, The New Art Center’s exhibition “Decoys and Devices” will be on display in the Main Gallery at 61 Washington Park in Newtonville. "Decoys and Devices” brings together the work of Terry Conrad and Danny Goodwin to examine their rich use and perplexing [...]
One Back Bay is located in Boston’s most desirable neighborhood – just steps from Newbury Street. These luxurious residences offer a wide range of amenities to satisfy even the most discerning customer.
5 fun activities in Newton for every season.
This Sunday November 22nd from 1-4 pm, MB Associates and their families will be hosting a Winter Gear Children's Clothing Drive at the West Newton Hill Neighborhood Club.
Millennium place is located only a block from the Boston Common, very close to The Opera House, The Ritz Carlton, Paramount Theater and more. Residents of this building will have easy access to some of Boston’s most vibrant neighborhoods – The Theater District, Downtown Crossing, Chinatown and The Financial District.
“In a perfect world, you’d have a robust credit score and a 20 percent down payment in hand, with mortgage lenders falling all over themselves to get your attention,” said Geoff Williams on US News. “But what if your world is a little dinged? What if your credit score is shabby, your bank manager cringes when he sees you and debt collectors are the ones vying for you attention?”
Well here are a few options that might still allow you to buy a house with bad credit.
The InterContinental Boston
Arguably the most spectacular luxury condominiums building in Boston, this stunning skyscraper is located on Boston’s infamous waterfront. Designed by Howard Elkus and completed in 2006, this glass tower features breathtaking views of the ocean and the new Rose Kennedy [...]
For the eighth consecutive year, The Village Bank is partnering with the City of Newton Department of Health and Human Services for an annual Holiday Gift Drive in an effort to ensure that all of Newton's young children will enjoy the spirit of the season.
Located at 300 Boylston Street, The Heritage on the Gardens is a stunning architectural masterpiece that overlooking the Boston Public Garden, Back Bay and city skyline. The building encompasses nearly an entire city block and has some of the most elite brand name retail shops on the ground floor. Other amenities include 24-hour concierge service and doorman, valet parking, an elegant mahogany and cherry library, and plentiful storage space.
Built in the center of Boston's most vibrant neighbrohood, Fenway Triangle stands elegantly at 180 Boylstone Ave. The luxurious residences offer a collection of sun-soaked, open-concept, well-appointed residences just steps from award-winning cultural institutions, shopping, nightlife and green spaces. The perfect place to call home.
Looking for something to do tonight? Check out the Bluegrass Bonanza at the Aldermanic Chambers. Featuring the Birch Hill Ramblers, its part of a new series created by Barbara Cassidy, a multi-talented performer and Eric Chasalow, Dean at Brandeis University.
The Residences at Battery Wharf
Introducing The Residences of Battery Wharf – a collection of 104 luxury condominiums on the Boston waterfront. Constructed in 2008, Battery Wharf includes the Battery Wharf Hotel, enjoying full hotel services, a fitness center, fine dining and Exhale Spa. The stunning condominiums are located at 2-4 [...]
In 2002, brothers Kelly and Chris Edwards bought their first house in Raleigh, North Carolina. They were both in their 20s at the time and had both noticed a trend that the people with the hihest net worth owned real estate. They bought the house for $88,000 and in the next years bought another four or five properties. Today, they own [...]
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