There are significant benefits in preparing a home for sale before it goes on the market but keep in mind that there are a lot of projects that don’t provide good return on their investment, i.e., the value they add to your home is less than what the renovation costs. The National Association of Realtors… Continue reading
We just finished up a photoshoot at a friend’s house in Tewksbury that will be coming on the market soon (contact us if you want to know where!) and found it almost comical how many times we pointed out to the sellers the difference between how one lives in a house and how one presents it for sale to… Continue reading
Before you put your shovel in the ground for a spring landscaping project that involves digging or excavation of any kind (fencing? gardening? building a retaining wall?), be sure to contact the “Call Before You Dig” people so they can mark out exactly where the utilities (cable, electric, sewer, water, etc) are on on your property. Contacting them is easy… Continue reading
If you’re like us, you’ve been meaning to clean out your closets and get rid of those jeans from high school and that breadmaker that you bought before you realized that you were gluten-sensitive, but just haven’t been able to get around to it. If only you had a deadline….
Well, here’s your deadline: April 25, 2012.
The Visiting Nurses… Continue reading