Here are four things to do to make sure you and your house survive a frigid winter night. Close and lock all your windows. They seal better that way. Close draperies on cold and windy nights to reduce the feel of drafts that invite you to raise your thermostat temperature. If you have insulated drapes
May all your dreams come true. Whatever you do, do it in good health.
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The National Association of Exclusive Buyer Agents (NAEBA) is a professional organization of real estate buyer agents and buyer brokers who only represent home buyers. Members of NAEBA do not accept listings, advertise properties for sale or represent sellers at any time. Our agent, Anna Matveychuk-Culmone is running to be on their Board of Directors.
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What is Radon and why should you care? According to the EPA: Radon is a naturally-occurring, invisible and odorless radioactive gas. One in 15 American homes contains high levels of radon. Radon gas is not isolated to certain geographical areas or home types. Radon problems have been detected in homes in every county of the U.S.
What’s their pitch? Redfin is selling a new service for buyers in the Boston area. We are exclusive buyer's agents, and it hasn’t affected us a bit. Why? Because their pitch is aimed at people who don’t know what they don’t know. Our clients are smart enough to know that they should NOT be managing
Renting? Good luck! Boston is the third most expensive rental area in the country. If you are paying first and last month’s rent, and maybe another month’s rent in fees, it makes moving hard, financially. Renters are not our clients, but one day they may be. They are also the friends of our
We're in the middle of snow season. It hasn't been a very snowy season in the Boston area, but when a storm hits, everyone gets a little frenzied. As a real estate agent, I get asked about who is responsible to shovel: the landlord or the tenant? Since that's a legal question, I depend on
I believe in real estate karma. Do you? I have seen it over and over. Here is the happy ending to a hard house-hunt: The home was a small Colonial on a quiet street. It was being sold by an elderly woman, with the help of her children. My buyers found out that they were