Tag: Boston real estate
Spring is in the air… but so is uncertainty. The spread of COVID-19 has meant big changes for most Bostonians: instead of packing into Fenway Park, we’re self-isolating. Instead of enjoying the weather at our favorite restaurants, we’re becoming intimately acquainted with whether we actually know how to cook or not.
We’ve all heard the old saying, “renting is throwing money away.” And on the surface, that makes a lot of sense. Many a long-time renter has longingly gazed at their home- owning friends building equity, and wondered if they were making a mistake. Many well-intentioned friends or relatives have advised us to buy a home
The city of Boston has seen explosive growth over the last decade. Being a hub for the: finance, high-tech, insurance, bio-tech and higher education has positioned Boston as one of the major epicenters for the US economy in the North East.
With its consistently rapid growth in recent years, is Boston real estate still a good investment today? Or is it time to look elsewhere? Have we reached the top? This article seeks to dig into the fundamentals of whether or not now is the time to invest in Boston Real Estate.
With the Boston real estate market as hot as it is, renting out your apartment can make a lot of sense. Whether work is taking you elsewhere, you’ve acquired property for this exact purpose, or you’ve finally moved into the luxury apartment of your dreams, there are plenty of benefits to renting out your apartment
It’s no secret that Boston’s real estate market presents a lucrative opportunity for would-be real estate agents. But how do you get started? Brokerage licenses, surety bonds, classes, and exams: it can be a bit overwhelming at first.
With the latest update to its online Boston apartment portal, Boston’s largest real-time apartment and real estate database received more than just a graphical overhaul: the website now features integrated real-time data, interactive maps, and easier user access to information than previously thought possible.
Moving to a new home is a big deal all on its own, especially in the Boston area. Add children to the mix, and it can cause many more potential issues and emotions. Read below for our tips on how to make moving with kids as comfortable and smooth as possible for all parties involved.
Although there are tons of lighting options to purchase, nothing can compare to beautiful natural light streaming through your apartment. While it’s true that a variety of factors affect the amount of natural light specific areas can get, there are steps you can take to get more. Boston has a vast array of great lighting stores