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Getting Your House Ready for Sale

Ready to sell your house? There are a few small projects sellers can do themselves that add property value and also some larger-scale luxury renovations that may be a good option. Bear in mind that kitchens and bathrooms always sell the property. The following modifications always make a big difference: replacing the counter tops, changing […]

>>April 09, 2011

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Sale of the W Hotel Promotes Condo Investment Potential

The Boston Globe ran an article last week about the sale of the W Hotel in Boston. Pebblebrook Hotel Trust – a Maryland based investment firm – bought the hotel complex for $89.5M on Monday, March 28, 2011. This is an extremely positive milestone for the luxury condo market and should serve as a major lift […]

>>April 02, 2011

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Relocating to Boston from a Different State

Looking for a new home is always an educational process that requires patience. It is especially challenging if you’re moving to Boston from a different State. You’ll probably need help navigating these relocation options: •      The pros and cons of greater Boston neighborhoods vs. suburban towns – ie Back Bay and Brookline •      Commuting distance […]

>>March 26, 2011

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Making a Reasonable Offer

In today’s market, both buyers and sellers are very market-educated. They have access to many online databases to research Boston luxury homes. Buyers find listings through MLS searches and often take virtual tours of properties via YouTube (my videos coming soon!), before setting foot in the condo for sale. The online resources are limitless. With […]

>>March 19, 2011

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Hello and Welcome!

Thanks for checking out my new blog. I have created a real estate blog to help buyers, sellers and individuals interested in getting more familiar with the greater Boston real estate market and navigating the best Boston neighborhoods. While Boston hasn’t been immune to the national real estate slump, it has fared better than many […]

>>March 15, 2011

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