A staged home is always guaranteed to sell faster than one that isn’t. A staged home gives the prospective buyer a view into the opportunities and potential of a home space. After working with hundreds of clients across Massachusetts to prepare their home for sale, our team of experts have collected a list of suggestions and tips to make staging your home a success. Continue reading
Snow is falling. Temperatures are dropping. And for most people, you fall into one of two camps: cuddle up inside or get outside and play. We want to make sure you have plenty of time to enjoy this weather in whatever way works best for you. Continue reading
How many times have you been late because you couldn’t find a mitten or a shoe? And how often have you spent hours searching for a box of pictures or the Christmas wrapping paper that you know is there somewhere?
As much time and frustration as it would save, prioritizing home organization projects is tough. And even if you start one, it’s so easy to get overwhelmed or lost down the rabbit hole of one project leading to another and then another.
We’ve seen (and organized) it all, from cluttered garages to crowded basements. In fact, we have our top ten list of most requested professional organization projects. Take a look and see if any of these ring a bell with you. Then get in touch and let us help you reduce and reorganize!
There’s a good reason why Boston is called the Hub. It sits at the crossroads of America’s past and future. Here, you can stand on the battlegrounds that made the colonies a nation. But it’s also a gateway city, where people from all over the world come for its universities, hospitals, and leading tech industry.
Boston’s schools and job opportunities make it a perfect place to relocate. But if you’re considering a move to Boston, there are a few things you should know first. Here are our top 10 must-know tips for moving to Boston.
Summer is almost over and for many that means getting back into a more normal, everyday routine. No more living out of suitcases, late nights out for family outdoor movies, and having dinner delivered more nights than most because you’ve been traveling more than you’ve been at home. Continue reading
It’s finally starting to feel like fall here in Boston. For many, that means back to home projects and focusing on maintenance to make sure your place is in tip-top shape for winter. If you’re not sure where to begin, here are some things you can add to your home’s fall to-do list. Continue reading
It’s time consuming enough to manage the property you live in, let alone preparing your second home or rental-income property on Cape Cod. We understand wanting to have peace of mind, knowing that your Cape house is properly taken care of and looked after while you are elsewhere. Whether it’s a vacation home or a rental-income property, getting someone else to assist with the tasks of managing those can be key to giving you more time to focus on the things you keep pushing to the back-burner and help you to rest easy with peace of mind.
The first day of spring is March 20th but we’re not wasting any time getting our clients ready to enjoy their outdoor spaces and tackling our home maintenance checklist. To make sure your home is prepared for the season, start on these seasonal maintenance projects.
Sometimes just thinking about getting organized is overwhelming. What do you start with first? Computer files? Photographs? Closets? Your office? There are many strategies to getting organized, some we’ve heard along the way and many we have used ourselves. However, taking the first step is the most important and can help you tremendously. If you feel like there are so many places to start, choose one of these four tasks to kick start your organizing.
Seasonal Cleanout. Purging. Marie Kondo-ing your life.
Whatever term you wish to call it, it all comes down to one simple thought: How did I get so much stuff, and how do I get rid of it all? It’s easy enough to shove that juicer you never use in the back corner kitchen cabinet. And all of that baby or kid gear that is never used anymore? It’s been living in the back of a closet for way too long. Continue reading