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Senior Moves: Making a New House Feel Like Home

Today, a guest post from Jim Vogel: Your home is yours. Your children’s wedding photos line the walls, your grandmother’s tulips bloom in the front yard every spring, and you can still make out the faintest hint of marker where grandkids made the wall their canvas. But now that you’re moving to a new house

By | 2017-06-18T22:52:03+00:00 June 28th, 2017|Categories: Senior living, thinking of selling?|Tags: , |

Apartments for sale

It's starting. My phone is ringing because landlords are notifying their tenants of their plans to sell the apartment. Some will renovate, some will just sell. When a seller puts an occupied apartment on the market, it takes some diplomacy to make it work. Someone lives there, and it's for sale: Showing rented houses and

By | 2017-04-18T13:17:36+00:00 June 14th, 2017|Categories: Buying trends, Market data and conditions, thinking of selling?|Tags: , , |

Can’t sell because you can’t buy?

The big issue in Boston area real estate is inventory. There are not enough houses for sale. We have a stalemate about inventory here. These are the factors: Empty-nesters are staying longer in their houses. This is a demographic and cultural shift. They are holding on to their houses, partly because of personal choices and

Exclusive buyer’s agent know listing agents

Q: What does an exclusive buyer’s agent know about the work of a seller’s agent? A: Almost everything. What does a good agent do? Pricing: In the current — seller-favoring – market, housing that is slightly underpriced is getting the highest sale price. It takes a skilled agent to find that asking price. If it

By | 2016-12-28T14:01:03+00:00 January 11th, 2016|Categories: thinking of selling?|Tags: , , , , |