Suburban Spotlight: Wellesley

Did you know that Wellesley is the most expensive market for big houses outside of California, according to The Boston Globe? The town is also renowned for education. The school system consistently ra... more »

Neighborhood Spotlight: Charlestown

Deep history, cinematic notoriety, and the waterfront are just some reasons to love Charlestown. There’s also the delicate balance of the charming brick homes and gas-lit streets mixed with the ... more »

Spotlight on Somerville

It’s hard to find a “Top Places to Live” or “Coolest Suburb” list that does not feature Somerville. This comes as no surprise to residents. It’s 5 miles outside of ... more »

Neighborhood Update: Seaport District

Now a well-established neighborhood complete with grocery store, the Seaport District is far from done with its revolution. Some experts predict that with the pandemic, we’ll see some national b... more »

Neighborhood Snapshot: Beacon Hill

From the cobblestone to the row houses and brownstones to the antique lanterns hanging in the steep streets, Beacon Hill is synonymous with charm. It’s also one of Boston’s most historic a... more »

Up and Coming Neighborhood Update: South Boston

About a year ago, I wrote about the South Boston market which continued to grow at a tremendous rate into the new year (see post). In a post-pandemic world, I anticipate South Boston will become an ev... more »

Neighborhood Snapshot: Charlestown

Charlestown’s history is as deep as the roots of our country. Talk about walking in the footsteps of Paul Revere, quite literally. Aside from the historic charm of brick homes and gas lit streets, C... more »

Neighborhood Update: Back Bay

About a year ago, I posted a Neighborhood Snapshot for the Back Bay. In 2020, it remains one of Boston’s premier and most fashionable neighborhoods, famous for its upscale shopping, wide tree-lined ... more »

Up and Coming Neighborhood: Allston

Allston is synonymous with students here in Boston. It even has its own holiday with Allston Christmas in September when they all move back in. There are the obvious cons associated with living in a s... more »

Three Boston Neighborhoods to Keep on Your Radar in 2020

With Q4 reports showing a shift toward a buyer’s market in the Boston area, now is the time to act if you’re considering purchasing a new home or an investment property. Not sure where to ... more »