Getting Your Home Ready For Sale (Part One)

Getting your home ready for sale can be a big and, for some, an overwhelming undertaking. Thinking about selling your home and wondering where to start? Consult With A Professional: First and foremost... more »

All About the Seaport

A neighborhood all its own, Boston’s Seaport has seen significant changes over the last few years. An infusion of high end and trendy restaurants, lively bars, a cultivated art scene, luxury hot... more »

How Parents Can Help Adult Children Purchase Their First Home

As we have seen, the rent in many cities has continued to increase over the past few years, and Boston has been no exception. Per rentcafe.com, the average cost of rent for an apartment in Boston incr... more »

Summer in the City

It’s summer in the city! After being stuck inside all winter summer has finally arrived and it’s time to get out and have fun. But what to do? We get so busy in our day to day it’s easy to lose ... more »

Invest in Boston’s Up and Coming Neighborhoods

I’m frequently asked by clients about up and coming neighborhoods to invest in, whether as a primary or secondary residence or for rental income. A market that is up and coming is one in which the p... more »

Break a Sweat at Boston Boutique Gyms!

We are now three months into 2018. If working out and staying active was one of your New Year’s resolutions, have you kept it? Whether you’ve fallen off the fitness wagon or you’re getting bored... more »

Your Boston Home. Your Way. Your Lifestyle.

Buying a home is like buying a car. You have to consider the benefits of buying a new versus an older home. An older home may offer charm that may be lacking in a new home but you don’t always know ... more »

Transform Bare Walls Into Industrial Works of Art

According to Houzz, concrete has always been a popular material choice, but it has fallen in marble’s and granite’s shadows. This will no longer be the case in 2018, Concrete accents are one of th... more »