Boardwalk Properties Blog
People who rent apartments and homes typically have good ideas for making them more livable, but restrictions made by their landlords often prevent them from doing so. These rules help to protect owners from having to pay for “improvements” made by renters that go awry.
When it comes to local trends in Boston, craft beer has become pretty popular. What started locally decades ago with what many consider the beer that started the craft brewery movement, Sam Adams, craft beer is now reaching new heights around the country.
I’m sure most of us have watched one of those reality home search shows where a prospective buyer enters a home and immediately declares, “This color is awful. There is no way I could live in this house!” Believe it or not, this happens more often than you’d think. The reality is that most of […]
One of the very first things that happens after your house goes on the market is an open house. And now, with Spring finally here, open house season is officially upon us. This gives you the perfect chance to really showcase and highlight your home, which hopefully, will get it sold quickly and for the […]
If you’ve traveled in or around Boston recently, you probably noticed several construction sites and that’s because the real estate market there is booming. According to Dodge Data & Analytics, a construction research company, Boston ranks seventh in the country among major metro areas for new construction of multifamily housing and commercial building projects.