boston: City Announces Earth and Arbor Day Events - 04/11/10 05:35 AM
The City of Boston will be dedicating three days in April to the celebration of Earth Day and Arbor Day 2010. “We welcome Bostonians of all ages to join us during April school vacation week for events ranging from woodland plantings to the excitement of watching tree care professionals compete in a climbing contest,” said Mayor Thomas M. Menino.  “These celebrations invite people to take part in the greening of our city while learning valuable lessons in sustainability and stewardship.”
On Thursday, April 22 the Boston Parks and Recreation Department’s Urban Wilds Initiative hosts an Earth Day celebration at the Allandale … (1 comments)

boston: Pope John Paul II Park Reservation - 09/05/09 09:39 AM
Pope John Paul II Park ReservationNeponset District                        (617) 727-6034Open year-round, dawn to dusk. Formerly used as a landfill and a drive-in theatre, the site of Pope John Paul II Park was once a barrier between the people of Dorchester and the Neponset River waterfront. The park now re-connects area residents to the resources of their unique and delicate river estuary by offering picnic facilites, soccer fields, play areas, paths for walking, restored salt marsh, and extensive plantings of native trees and shrubs. The DCR's restoration of the formerly degraded, contaminated … (0 comments)

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boston: Come celebrate Dorchester and sample delicious food from Dorchester’s best restaurants! - 04/13/09 11:41 AM
Thursday, April 30, 2009 6:00 – 9:00 PM I.B.E.W. Hall, 256 Freeport Street in DorchesterClick here for directions. Tickets are $30 in advance, $40 at the door, and $15 for seniors & children.* Raffle * Music * Cash Bar *Free Parking across the street from the hallLive music all night by The Kevin Harris Project1st Annual Taste of Dorchester Restaurants

Purchase Tickets or just find out more at MAHA Website: MAHAHOME.ORGAshmont Grill Belle- CuisineBig Moe's M & M Ribs The Blarney Stone CF Donovan's Chau Chow City Fresh Foodsdbar Dot 2 Dot CaféFlames Restaurant Flat Black Coffee Company Freeport Tavern Gerard's … (0 comments)

boston: 1031 Exchanges--Having Your Cake and Eating it, too!!!! - 04/04/09 01:22 PM
1031 Exchanges, tax deferring transactions much used in our Western states, are moving east, and you should know more about them, if you own any kind of investment real property. In the landmark Starker decision in 1979, the United States Supreme Court substantiated the validity of the delayed exchange process. Prior to that time, the courts had never sanctioned an exchange whereby the relinquished property was sold and at a later date, replacement property was purchased. What this means to you as an owner of investment property, is that you can dispose of property in which you have sizable gain, … (0 comments)

boston: RE/MAX of New England Home Court Program - 06/21/08 01:09 AM
RE/MAX of New England Home Court Program
RE/MAX of New England and the Boston Celtics are giving you the chance to have your home driveway made over Celtics style! Complete with a new basketball hoop, equipment and more, the Home Court Program will show off your Celtics Pride.
The winner will also participate in a basketball clinic in their hometown, hosted by a Celtics Player and/or Legend.
To enter, mail the completed application and picture c/o "RE/MAX Home Court Program," 226 Causeway St., Boston, MA 02114. Only entries completed in full will be considered. The winner will be selected by … (0 comments)

boston: Rentals, rentals, rentals..... - 05/17/08 02:06 AM
I expanded into rentals for a number of reasons this year:The condo buyers I sold to a few years ago wanted the option to move while keeping their condo to come back to later on or to wait and sell later. There reasons were many (life style changes, commute to work, size of family, pets, etc).The buy side of my business ( the majority of it) needed some fresh life and another venue to contact buyers besides Open Houses, email marketing, postcards andI started working closer with the investors and found a large depend for quality tenants, because after they buy … (0 comments)

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boston: Boston Herald - Jessie Cuddy - 09/21/07 02:58 AM
Boston Herald, Friday, May 4, 2007(Staff photo by Ted Fitzgerald)Real estate agent Jessie Cuddy doesn’t just sells Dorchester Lower Mills homes, she recently bought one herself. 
Excerpt from article: Jessie Cuddy, a Dorchester native and Re/Max Landmark/Bayside agent, recently bought a 1950s two-bedroom house.     “For city living, this is as good as it gets,” said Cuddy, who calls the her Lower Mills street “the poor man’s Melville Park” - a reference a Dorchester neighborhood where stately Victorians abound.      “Lower Mills is a great area that’s been coming back for a number of years,” said Cuddy, who moved to the … (0 comments)

boston: Exclamation point on the Dot - Boston Globe - 09/20/07 04:25 AM
Great local real estate story on the revival of Dorchester's Peabody Square by By Linda Laban, Globe Correspondent. Visit the Boston Globe.   You can also find a nice story called Big hopes for Ashmont -  Carruth project seen as a catalyst, By Robert Preer … (0 comments)

boston: Dorchester - My Home Town - 09/13/07 06:00 AM
Dorchester Ma, is Boston’s largest neighborhood and also its oldest, founded a few months before the city itself. The neighborhood’s historical diversity is exhibited in its architecture, from the old Victorian homes of wealthy Bostonians to the multi-family dwellings of later groups of immigrants. Today, Dorchester retains its diversity. Its main thoroughfare, Dorchester Avenue, connects many close-knit neighborhoods and thriving commercial districts of all kinds.
Dorchester is also home to Boston College High School, the University of Massachusetts at Boston, John F. Kennedy Library.

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