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Tips for Preparing to Sell Your Home

Tips for Preparing to Sell Your Home

If you are worried and stressed about getting your home or apartment ready to sell, you are certainly not alone. The good news is that staging your home is not all that difficult. And if you spend some time getting the home ready to sell, you will be rewarded with...

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Gardening Tips for Maximum Curb Appeal

Gardening Tips for Maximum Curb Appeal

If you are looking to maximize curb appeal, outdoor preparations should start with your front yard, particularly if you are considering selling your home. By springtime, most of us go a little stir crazy, looking for new and innovative ways to spruce up our porches,...

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How to Destress Downsizing

How to Destress Downsizing

There are a lot of reasons you might feel like it’s time to downsize and move into a smaller home. If you’re now an empty-nester, that’s one good reason. Even families who still have children at home often opt to downsize to save money on their mortgage and to have...

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How Can You Get a Mortgage If You’re a Freelancer?

How Can You Get a Mortgage If You’re a Freelancer?

Being a freelancer, contract worker, gig worker, or anyone self-employed is more common and popular than ever right now. There are downsides, such as the lack of benefits like health insurance. At the same time, there are more upsides for many professionals who choose...

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How Much House Can You Reasonably Afford?

How Much House Can You Reasonably Afford?

There’s a term called house poor, and it’s something you absolutely want to avoid. When you hear someone saying they’re house poor, it means they’re spending a significant portion of their income on all-things related to housing. This can include their mortgage...

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Move Over She-Shed, Make Room for the Backyard Office

Move Over She-Shed, Make Room for the Backyard Office

Working from home has had big implications for real estate. For example, after spending an increasing amount of time at home, many people are opting to move from cities and into the suburbs where they can have outdoor space and square footage. There’s also a demand...

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Fenway

Fenway

The Booming Fenway/Kenmore area is a favorite for baseball fans across the nation. This is because it is home to the renowned Fenway Park, which is a home ground to the Boston Red Sox baseball team. Regardless of whether you are a baseball fan, this neighborhood can...

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Dorchester

Dorchester

To Bostonians, this neighborhood also goes by the name of “Dottie”. It is home to Umass Boston and the iconic triple Decker. Residents of this neighborhood are a mix of different people and include families, professionals, students, and other workers. Spots that are a...

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Hyde Park

Hyde Park

Hyde Park is a neighborhood that offers its residents a different outlook to Boston as a city. It is that that small town in the big city that many seek for a quiet evening away from the busy city. Even though it is very much a part of the great Boston city, when you...

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What is Living in Boston, MA Like?

What is Living in Boston, MA Like?

In Boston, MA, you can experience an amazing combination of a metropolis city with the essence of small-town living. It is home to Ivy League schools such as Harvard, along with excellent healthcare and employment. Moreover, it is also thriving as an increasingly...

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