Green Living For Real Estate
Sell or donate unwanted items and furniture before you move. This means you will need fewer boxes, throw out less garbage, and need less gas to move your things.
Check out this great interactive map to find out when, where, and how late into the season a Boston farmers market is schedule around your neighborhood.
Survey of Ontario real estate agents finds most buyers less likely or unwilling to buy smokers homes. Pfizer Canada recently surveyed real estate agents in Ontario and Quebec came up with the following top 5 finding
It's that time of year again and the bikes are back! Get out and enjoy our beautiful city. thehubway.com
What it's like to live + work in Boston's core neighborhoods? According to the March 22, 2013 edition of The Boston Courant and data from the U.S. Census it means that you are more than likely going commute to work on foot.
Get plants. Lots of them. Not only will they purify and oxygenate the air you breathe, but they will offer a calm oasis in your home. Plants in unexpected places, such as bathrooms or kitchens, are stylish and functional. Larger scale plants look gorgeous in rooms with high ceilings.
Whether you work from home, or just have a desk in the corner, here are a few simple tips to make your home office a greener place. It may even make it a more efficient space, too!
Eco-friendly choices are a part of an overall lifestyle. Here are a few handy tips for keeping your garage green and clean!
Keep it tidy! Clean out your garage and be sure to safely do away with any hazardous materials. Old paint can be brought to a hardware shop for disposal. Never pour chemicals down the drain!
Home renovations can be a great way to improve your homes value or make your home a more liveable place. Within the construction industry environmentally-friendly products are fast becoming a popular way for homeowners to make their home a greener place, as well as to do their part for the planet.
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