Everybody loves a bargain. But getting one handed to you, gift-wrapped, in this housing market? Fat chance.
You don’t need a touchscreen refrigerator, a WiFi-enabled thermostat or color-changing lightbulbs to pump up the sale price of your home.In fact, all you need is a black door.
The papers are signed and you're anxiously and excitedly planning your move into your new home. Here are some ways to make your moving day in go swimmingly.
You can hardly wait to move into your new home. While all this planning is exciting, there's one very important thing you need to wrap up first - your sold home! Here are some smart tips to make moving out go...
Parents with college-bound kids have a lot to consider when it comes to making the best investment in their child’s future, from academic programs to athletics to internships. Real estate, too, should be a...
Curbed Boston recently posted an article about this topic, "What do you wish you had known before you started hunting for a home in Boston?" and we felt it was important to share.
Even if your home is kept tidy, decluttering your home is essential to getting it ready for your open house and for showings. Here are eight easy ways to eliminate the mess and make your home show-ready.
Have lots of vinegar and lemons on hand.
How do you keep your yard looking and feeling lush without breaking the bank? Your lawn can stay green and healthy all season long with these simple budget-friendly tips.
Buying a home without researching (and loving) the neighborhood is a bit like getting married after the first or second date -- a serious gamble that pays off at best, and the prelude to a horrible, costly...