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Minimalism, Your Way

———–  A Panel Discussion  ———– Moving soon? Or just have too much stuff? Come learn from the experts what Minimalism is and how to make it work for you whether you’re: Moving or Downsizing De-cluttering Curious about the Minimalist Movement Looking to stage/sell your property You’ll come away from this free presentation... (more)

Buying a New Home? 4 Reasons Why Location Is Essential

Buyers are so hyper-focused on the home that they often cast aside surroundings. “Surroundings” do not equal trees, fences or landscape. The home’s surroundings are the houses around the home and the residents occupying them. Surroundings also include the neighborhood, the passersby and the city. Surroundings are the home’s location and... (more)

New Construction: How Building a Home Can Save You Money

Owning your own home is an important and some would say essential part of the American dream. However, once you’ve invested the time and hard work to save up enough to be able to finally afford your dream home, you might find that you are faced with a lot of difficult choices about the real estate where you could potentially spend the rest of your life. One... (more)

7 Ways to Declutter Your Kitchen

If you’re always short of cabinet and counter space, it’s time to de-clutter the kitchen—but that’s a chore that seems to get relegated to “someday.” The job may be easier if you know where to start, say consumer editors at Country Living magazine. If you want to give yourself more kitchen space, begin by getting rid of the following: Anything... (more)

10 Fall Home Improvement Tips

Now that summer gear has been stowed away, it’s time to focus on fall home improvement projects. Autumn is the key time to evaluate your home exterior and prepare it for the harsh winter months ahead. With cooler fall weather comes the realization that your home will soon experience cold, snowy weather. To get your house ready, start by giving your exterior... (more)

24 GLENWOOD AVENUE, WOBURN MA, 01801

OFFERED AT $499,900 Beautifully maintained & well kept single family home located in Woburn’s highly desirable West Side, just a short walk from the Reeves Elementary School. The large EIK boasts a breakfast bar, exposed brick, plenty of countertop & cabinet space, and leads to both the formal dining room as well as living room which makes it perfect... (more)

Pros and Cons: Buying a Property for a College Student

There’s no way around it, supporting a college student can be very expensive. Food, books, and most importantly, housing — all add a hefty expense on top of tuition. That’s why the idea of purchasing a property for a college student can be a good investment strategy for families and an alternative to paying rent for four years. If you have clients with... (more)

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