Blog :: 11-2013

When Should You Accept A Low Bid?

When to accept low bid

If you are selling your home and are motivated to get the deal done quickly, you may be tempted to accept a low bid. Whether you need to sell because you are being relocated, or need to downsize to save your financial investment, there are several things you should consider before accepting a bid that is below your asking price. Here are a few tips on making that decision a bit easier.

Save The Date: Decorating Beacon Hill's Gas Lamp Posts For The Holidays

Beacon Hill holiday decorations

Save the date for Beacon Hill's annual holiday gaslamp decorating days, December 7th and 8th. Join neighbors in wrapping garlands and attaching bows to Beacon Hills 1,100 lamp posts. Saturday the garlands and bows are prepared for Sunday's installation. Whether you can participate both days, or just for a few hours one day all are encouraged to participate.

30 Cushing Avenue #2Jones Hill [photos]


New to the marketfirst open house: 11/17/2013 from 11:30 to 1 PM. Spectacular 2,100 square foot penthouse with two levels of living atop desirable Jones Hill. This sunny nine room home offers amazing entertaining space with full dining room with tons of detail and built-in china cabinet. Double living room with Chelsea tiled gas fireplace and large deck. Granite/stainless kitchen with breakfast bar. Two bedrooms, laundry room and a full bath round out the living level. Master suite encompasses the entire top floor complete with study. Your very own tandem parking. Convenient to I-90, I-93, Red Line, commuter rail, beaches as well as many stores and restaurants.

Five Things You Should Put In Storage While Selling Your Home


When your home is on the market but you are still living there, you cant very well make it a model show home. Still, there are a few things you should think about putting in storage while your home is for sale in order to make it as appealing as possible to buyers. Here are the top five things you should consider putting out of sight.