Blog :: 08-2019

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Best Home Improvements After You Move In

After you get your key, you’re excited about living in your dream home. You’re unpacking boxes and ordering new furniture online. But before you settle in, there are a few home improvement tasks you want to get done. 

Recession Coming? Look to Real Estate

Financial Experts agree; they aren’t exactly sure when, but we are due for a recession sometime soon. While the stock market can be a scary place to hedge your bets, real estate can be a great place to put your money if you are looking for an asset that will retain value long term, and provide passive income.

How Much is Your Home Really Worth?

The current housing market benefits both sellers and buyers, so many of you probably plan on selling your home or investing in a new one. The question is: how much is your home really worth? It is an important question to ask yourself because if you price your home too high, it will be sitting on the market for a long time. If you price your [...]

New $28M Budget for Boston Common

Thanks to the sale of the Winthrop Garage, Boston’s 50-acre, 385-year-old green space has a dedicated budget of $28 million to fund infrastructure improvements and increase the park’s resiliency. The work detailed in the Boston Common Master Plan is projected to take 18 months, and includes a range of improvements.

U.S. Metro Areas in Q2, 91% Uptick in Home Prices

In of the metropolitan area, the price of homes successively rise and across the biggest markets in the United States, up to 91% of them record an increase, giving us a median of $279,600.

What You Need to Know Before Moving in Boston

September 1st, also known as Allston Christmas is coming right up, and people all over the city are preparing to move into their new home. If you’ve never moved in Boston before, then here's what you need to know before you get started.

How To: Condo Conversion

A “condo conversion” is relatively simple in concept. The process transforms your multifamily residence into several, separate units that can be sold and owned independently. But the actual process isn't quite as simple.