It’s Time to Review Your Portfolio’s Insurance Values It’s Time to Review Your Portfolio’s Insurance Values By Mark Gannaway, CPCU Back in the Summer of 2018, I wrote an article for the RE Journal saying, “It’s no secret, the days of purchasing single family homes for investment purposes has become extremely competitive and challenging for
It’s not just home-buyers. Renters are now offering over-asking in Boston, too. Rental inventory is down significantly, causing some apartment-seekers in Greater Boston to offer to pay over-asking for rent in order to secure housing before Sept. 1, the date the majority of Boston-area apartments turn over. BostonPads CEO Demetrios Salpoglou said the problem essentially
It’s All About Curb Appeal When it comes time to sell that recent flip, or even just maintaining value and appearance, good curb appeal is essential. Today’s infographic from Keeping Current Matters reminds us that landscaping and small updates can go a long way in boosting your property’s curb appeal. As always, stay safe and
It’s More Expensive to Own a Home than Rent in Most Metro Areas We have seen stories like this before; is it cheaper to rent or own your home? A recent report from the National Association of Realtors says that in 101 out of 178 metro areas (56%), it is indeed more expensive to own
We asked, you answered: This is what it’s like to live in Boston We asked you answered. What was it like to move here during the pandemic? What about getting around town? Continue reading at realestate.boston.com. The post We asked, you answered: This is what it’s like to live in Boston appeared first on Boston.com
This is what it’s like to work from home in a tiny house Tiny-home owners talk about the challenges and offer advice for working in 400 square feet or less. Continue reading at realestate.boston.com. The post This is what it’s like to work from home in a tiny house appeared first on Boston.com Real Estate.