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Our Home Buying Guide For Millennials In Boston

The National Association of Realtors’ latest statistics show that Millennials (people born between 1981 and 1996) have bought more homes in the last few years than Baby Boomers and Gen-Xers. A whole lot of them are grabbing onto the American dream of homeownership. They now make up the largest group of home-buyers. According to a … Continued

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How To Buy A House With A Family Member In Boston

Though many people warn against it, buying a house with a family member isn’t always a bad idea (especially if it’s your spouse!) Buying a house with a family member can be mutually beneficial if the arrangement is done right. In fact, it can be a great way for people who can’t afford to buy … Continued

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How To Help Your Kids Adjust To A Move In Boston

In many ways and in lots of situations, kids are far more resilient and adaptable than adults are – except when it comes to moving. It may be exciting for you, but probably not so much for your kids. They will be leaving a familiar school environment, their friends, the familiar places where they hang … Continued

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How To Handle Cloudy Title In Boston

It happens sometimes that people think they own their home when they actually don’t (or don’t clearly own it). The problem in such a case is that usually what is known as cloudy title – a situation in which a title search reveals that the actual property owner is unclear. Cloudy title can be a … Continued

Understanding Umbrella Insurance For Homeowners in Boston

Your traditional homeowner’s insurance doesn’t cover every possibility. Floods, earthquakes, and excessive damage aren’t always part of your policy, but they can present very real dangers. To cover these potential problems, you may be considering umbrella insurance for homeowners in addition to your regular policy. At its most basic, umbrella insurance is extra liability insurance … Continued

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3 Tips for Moving With Your Pets In Boston

Few things in life are as stressful as moving – not only for the people who have to endure the rigors and anxiety and uprooting of the move, but for their pets as well. If you’re a pet owner, you know that most dogs and cats don’t tolerate change well. Their lives are routine, and … Continued

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Our Home Buying Guide For Generation Z in Boston

Generation Z is filled with adults born roughly between 1996 and 2010, which means that the oldest members of this generation are entering home buying markets across the country. If you’re one of them, you also know that you face certain challenges and have some specific requirements that previous generations largely didn’t (hello, soul-crushing student … Continued

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5 Tips to Make Moving a Breeze in Boston

Moving into a new home involves several emotional stages starting with the joyous fantasies of a new place and a fresh start. It’s the perfect excuse to start afresh and make your dreams become reality. The joy of moving usually becomes a stressful, frustrating mess when the reality of getting things organized, packed and cleaned … Continued

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Agent Tips for Buying Multi-Family Properties in Boston

With the current volatile state of the stock market and crypto, real estate investing can certainly look even more attractive than usual! It’s also a better way to grow capital than simply investing and waiting for passive returns to come in. We’ve written several articles and blogs that discuss a variety of real estate investing … Continued

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How To Find The Perfect Partner for Real Estate in Boston

Having a real estate partner is not only a good idea – it’s what most pros recommend, especially if you’re just getting started in the real estate business. A partner can provide more operating capital, more borrowing power, experience, new contacts, and so much more. You do, however, need a partner who can bring to … Continued