Blog :: 01-2016
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Now is basically the perfect time to buy a home. Here's a closer look at the 5 economic factors that make it so.
9 easy and inexpensive ways to transform any space.
2016 is a sellers market. This means more demand for homes and more competition between buyers, resulting in potential bidding wars and higher selling prices. That said, there are a few things that every seller should know about selling their home this year.
The building in Kenmore Square that includes Boston’s iconic Citgo Sign is for sale! Boston University is selling nine of its buildings in Kenmore Square. Boston University’s President, Robert A. Brown told BU Today, “We want to promote development that makes Kenmore Square an even more vibrant part of the city and gateway to the BU campus. That goal will be the guiding principal as we consider all the options available to us."
Well, if you’re looking to purchase a home this year, you can expect increased prices, low supply and fierce competition. So, above all it’s important to keep an open mind and move quickly when you find a good match. Here are the top 3 key tips for buyers looking for a home this year...
Using home value forecasting, Zillow has announced its predictions for the Boston neighborhoods expected to see the most home value growth over the next 12 months. And it's probably not what you would expect.
The real estate market is ever-changing and right now that change is in favor of the sellers. If you're planning to put your house up for sale this year, there are some important things you should keep in mind..
It's that time of year - resolutions are flying around faster than you can blink. "Get fit", "eat healthy" and "drink less" are just a few of the more common promises people make themselves. But how about some uncommon ones? This year, focus on another significant investment in your life - your home.
The recently released Best School Districts in America 2016 grades statistics, student and aparent reviews and expert insites. Factors include state test scores, college preparedness, graduation rates, SAT/ACT scores, teacher quality, student and parents reviews and more. Here's a breakdown of Newton's score.
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