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Architect takes concept of bringing outdoors in to new heights There is a small forest inside a vacation house on the Cape Cod shore. Get more design inspiration at realestate.boston.com. HOMEBUYERS BEWARE! Book Review This book is an excellent first...read more
Not too many readers got this Play Week special Address: 42 Deckard Street, #3 Price: $475,000 The results: Only 22 percent of Curbed Boston readers guessed the correct asking price for this 1,388-square-foot three-bedroom, one-bathroom adjacent to a playground at...read more
Billowy 22-story tower will have 114 luxury condos The famously billowy condo tower planned for 150 Seaport Boulevard, on the Seaport District sites of the Whiskey Priest and the Atlantic Beer Garden, will open as an outpost of the St. Regis luxury brand, according to...read more
More people are buying homes without setting foot in them Hypercompetitive market plays a role. Is it worth the risk? HOMEBUYERS BEWARE! Book Review This book is an excellent first step in a complicated process. Buying a home is like buying a car, on...read more
Including museums, parks, and at least one sewage-treatment plant Boston’s waterfront teems with stuff to do. Here are 10 attractions to check out, including museums, one long park, and a very old ship. More for Play Week: Downtown Boston’s 6 best places for public...read more
Luxury Home of the Week: Two Rowes Wharf condos for $9.7 million #RealEstateBroker #BuyersAgent #Boston #Massachusetts
Luxury Home of the Week: Two Rowes Wharf condos for $9.7 million To combine the units, the buyer would have to remove a wall separating the living rooms. Search the latest luxury listings at realestate.boston.com. Selecting the right buyer's...read more
Does a For sale sign help sell a house? As the Internet rendered them obsolete? A planned ban had not even begun before it was over. HOMEBUYERS BEWARE! Book Review This book is an excellent first step in a complicated process. Buying a home is...read more
Including in Mission Hill, Back Bay, and Mattapan It’s one of the more reliable ways to cool off the kiddies: A spray park and/or wading pool. Some are easier to get to than others, though. These six are near T stops. More for Play Week: Downtown Boston’s 6 best...read more
Who needs the bulkiness of tenpin? Candlepin bowling—that cousin to tenpin bowling, with lighter balls and slenderer pins—was first played in Worcester in the 1880s. No surprise, then, that it’s become a staple of New England play (it’s also big in northeastern...read more
Obvious picks such as Boston Common and the Arnold Arboretum mingle with dark horses such as Medal of Honor and Fan Pier It’s one of the more laborious rituals for Boston parents and other caregivers: Maneuvering the dang stroller out and about. These 10...read more
Break a sweat for a reason with these treks in Medford, Somerville, Cambridge, and Boston proper Fancy a pint? Fancy a brisk constitutional through one of the world’s most interesting regions? Here you go: Five hikes that end in fabulous beer at seasonal gardens. More...read more
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Buying a home is like buying a car, on steroids. It’s the biggest investment you are likely to make so the stakes are incredibly high. I knew that having an agent represent me was a good idea.
What I hadn’t grasped was how important it is to find one who is not connected with the selling side in any way—through an agency that also represents sellers, as most do, at least in Mass. In researching buyer agents, I found Tom through the Mass. Assoc. of Buyer Agents (MABA).