Relocating to Boston: The Complete Guide

2021-02-26T00:54:00-05:00February 23rd, 2021|Categories: Buyers, How To, Tips|Tags: , , , , , , , |

If you’re relocating to Boston, you probably have a lot of questions – and this guide is here to help. Relocating to Boston: The Complete Guide No matter why you’re moving to Boston, you need information on: Traffic and transportation Utility providers Neighborhoods Schools Hospitals Veterinarians Here’s a closer look at each. Relocating to Boston: [...]

9 Essential Tips for Buyers Who Want a Green Home

2021-01-09T09:07:35-05:00January 9th, 2021|Categories: Buyers, How To, Tips|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , |

If you’re like many of our eco-conscious neighbors, you know you want to buy a green home in Boston or the suburbs. As you look through the Boston MLS, you’ll notice that many homes have one or two “green” features – but even then, those features aren’t always advertised in listing descriptions. So how do [...]

Winter House Hunting Tips

2020-07-17T10:37:37-04:00January 3rd, 2020|Categories: Buyers|

There are a few key reasons why it’s better to purchase your next new home during the winter months. While this season brings challenges with moving, the actual buying process is quite positive. You’ll find there are fewer people out shopping for a new home to compete with and sellers are serious about getting out [...]

Five Keys to Successful Negotiation

2020-07-17T10:37:37-04:00March 20th, 2019|Categories: Buyers|

Your success in the realty market lies in how well you negotiate. But negotiation is a complicated matter. All the parties involved want things to go their way. Given these conditions, how can you make things work for your favor? How does one become a succesful negotiator? Based on experience, these five aspects determine a [...]

Buyers, Get an Edge During The Busy Spring Season

2020-07-17T10:37:37-04:00March 20th, 2019|Categories: Buyers|

Usually, spring and summer is the busiest time in residential real estate. Most families want to take advantage of the good weather and the children's summer break. However in most regions, spring is also when houses are most expensive. During this time, there are a lot of buyers and competition is tough. Here are some [...]

Five Key Areas to Pay Attention to When Buying a Home

2020-07-17T10:37:37-04:00March 20th, 2019|Categories: Buyers|

Looking for a new home is exciting and overwhelming. There are so many things and details to pay attention to. Focus on these five most important areas: electrical, foundation, plumbing, the attic, and landscaping. According to Don Walker, inspector and owner of Ace Home Inspections, these are the five areas in homes that he frequently [...]

Affordability Options For First-Time Buyers

2020-07-17T10:37:37-04:00March 20th, 2019|Categories: Buyers|

Most first-time home buyers are eager to have their very own home but it has to be at a price they can afford. Smaller homes, fixer-uppers and cheaper commutes to work are the best options to look into. The problem is, most firt-time home buyers expect more than what they can actually afford in a [...]

12 Red Flags That Should Raise Concern

2020-07-17T10:37:37-04:00March 20th, 2019|Categories: Buyers|

According to HouseMaster, a major home inspection company with offices in more than 390 cities in the United States and Canada, atleast fourty percent of homes in the market have at least one major flaw. Kathleen Kuhn, CEO and president of HouseMaster says, "Virtually every 'used' home needs some repair or improvement," "That's to be [...]

Buying a House Together

2020-07-17T10:37:37-04:00March 20th, 2019|Categories: Buyers|

Buying a home is expensive. A lot of people want to have a home of their own but do not have enough cash or can't get enough funding to afford a mortgage. On the other hand some people are looking for ways to be able to take advantage of tax benefits from being a home [...]

Is It a Good Idea to Turn to Foreclosure?

2020-07-17T10:37:37-04:00March 20th, 2019|Categories: Buyers|

Because of the crash of the housing bubble and the economic slump, many Americans find themselves with a home that costs way less than what they paid for. It's worse for families who are troubled financially on top of this. Foreclosure seems to be the most logical option. Let's discuss details and other options. During [...]

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