Thank you Debra, as you have said business is conducted differently in different states. In Boston it is the tenant who typically pays the fee. Occasionally the landlord will offer to pay a portion but that generally only happens with high rises and luxury apartments... more
All three are great and you wouldn't go wrong. I would also consider commute time and the size of the HS. Newton is a large school system and has two HS's. Belmont and Wellesley have smaller HS's compared to Newton's. You may also want to check out the course offering for electives and Honors/AP classes. Sometimes the bigger schools (Newton's) will have more choices.... more
Hi call or text me 781 789 3091, I have a fully furnished 2 bedroom 1.5 bath that I just listed to rent. I would be open to short term renting. Text me or call, leave message if you don't reach me.... more
Good for you for getting your ducts cleaned out. It's amazing the differences that it can make in your home feeling more fresh. Besides that, it's more energy efficient in heating and cooling. Good luck to you, I'm sure you'll find a great place. http://dirtyductservice.com/benefits/... more
Amna what a great Mom you are! That is awesome you are working around your kiddo schedule and work. I kept my little one my priority and worked in an office where I could take my little guy to work with me from day one as I was breastfeeding ........ (forever it seemed)
As he got older my office changed to his needs, from bassinet to paypen to play area!
It was truly a blessing to have him with me at all times. The only babysitter I utilized was my sweet husband whom watched after work hours and on weekends.
We also found a local church that offered a "mom's day out" for about 4 hours 3 times per week.
I scheduled my real estate showings to potential clients during those days and on weekends.
My weekends were spent in the office all day, sometimes till 7 or 8 at night.
My guy is 6 years old now and still my number one priority! I have learned over and over I will not see these wee years again and all the money in the world will not give me precious irreplacable memories with my children. It can be done and you will be richly blessed for it!... more
It is a vague question, but who knows why you are asking. If you are doing demolition of the whole house, then stand back. If you are looking for smaller interior demolition, look for a experienced contractor. It can be fun to knock things down, but be careful.
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Prices are definitely well above where they were in 2011 when real estate was softer around here. If you bought back then typically there's been a good bump in appreciation. I think that prices are in most cases at least neck and neck with the 2005 high numbers and some properties will have moved past those earlier highs.... more
The first step I would do is talk to someone in home remodeling. Ask them how much the renovations would take that you want done. After that, use those prices in figuring out your asking prices. It would be good to factor that into the total costs. http://hlremodelingandlandscaping.com/Remodeling.html... more