dorchester: How to Get the Most from Your Boston Home Sale - 06/16/19 09:51 AM
Are you thinking about selling your Boston home?
Even if you already know exactly where you want to move and why – as in the case of retirement – it’s still a big decision. With a life-changing move on the horizon, you understand how to sell your Boston house for the best possible price.
3 Tips to Maximum the Price of Your Boston Home
As housing prices in Bosting steadily increase, now would be a great time to start planning for a sale if you’re thinking about downsizing or moving elsewhere.
Just make sure that part of that planning process involves these essential tips.
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dorchester: For a Successful Open House: 4 Tricks of the Trade - 02/05/18 02:14 PM
Since bright, sunny days can’t be counted on for Dorchester open houses scheduled in February, the most common recommendations at this time of year deal with light. Everyone points out how doubly important it is to open the drapes and make sure all lamps and overheads are working. Where necessary, it’s also a good idea to brighten dim corners with higher wattage bulbs.
There are also any number of fine points that homeowners planning Dorchester open houses might not have heard about. Familiarity is a handicap in that respect. Being able to view a property’s rooms with fresh eyes is one of … (0 comments)

dorchester: The “My Dorchester House Will Sell Itself” Contradiction - 01/29/18 06:00 PM
You might think that when your house is in terrific shape, that’s all you need to guarantee a quick, successful sale. Just because it is located in a desirable Dorchester neighborhood on a great street populated with conscientious neighbors—and just because it has most of the features and attributes that today’s buyers seem to want—that it’s a cinch to draw a raft of top-of-market bids from a clamoring flock of eager prospects.
It often turns out that the result was not inevitable. The reason is that “My Dorchester house will sell itself” thinking was allowed to take over.
Now it is … (1 comments)

dorchester: Why Selling Your Dorchester House Goes Smoother…with Kids! - 01/21/18 05:38 PM
If a National Association of Realtors® expert is to be taken literally, there is one unlikely factor that could lessen the stress level associated with selling your Dorchester house.
Just have some kids around.
That may not sound logical—but weirdly enough, it really could make sense. The expert whose thoughts spawn this deduction is the home improvement specialist writing for the NAR’s magazine. Last week, Stephanie Booth observed that sometimes “raising kids actually makes your house cleaner” . I have to agree.
If you have small kids, you’re already thoroughly familiar with the accompanying housekeeping side effects. Ms. Booth recalls her own memories—like … (0 comments)

dorchester: 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)

dorchester: 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)

dorchester: Great Boston - Dorchester Listings - 08/30/09 03:49 AM

 
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dorchester: 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)

dorchester: Open House - Two Family for Sale - 04/04/09 02:00 PM
 When: Sunday April 5th from 1pm to 3pm Sunfilled Two-Family Home- $449,000    •    4 bedrooms, 2 baths    •    Around 2500 square feet of space    •    Garage and lots of parking    •    Unique and open floor plan with many updates.    •    Top unit has 3rd level which could be loft or extra bedroom
 
Jessie Cuddy               James Harrison617 875 7004                617 784 8635 Boston Bayside Properties2258a Dorchester AveDorchester, MA 02124
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dorchester: Boston Bayside Properties - 03/29/09 08:59 AM
Open for business...Well, its offical- Jessie Cuddy (www.jessiecuddy.com/) and I opened up our own real estate office. Its right across the street from our old RE/MAX office. Personally, I couldn't imagine leaving Lower Mills and though it took some work to convince Jessie the space would work, we are now Boston Bayside Properties:Its exciting to be a business owner and we've been rolling since February 1st, 2009. Lots of stuff is coming together and hopefully this will be a stellar year.As always we'll provide some of the best service out there in sales or rentals in the Boston area. With the … (1 comments)

dorchester: 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)

dorchester: 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)

dorchester: Press Release - SYNERGY NEWS - 09/14/07 05:06 AM
Boston, MA-June 4th 2007 Synergy –a Boston-based real estate investment and development company today announced their purchase of 25-55 Morrissey Boulevard in Dorchester, MA, from Pappas Enterprises, Inc. CB Richard Ellis New England represented Pappas Enterprises, Inc and procured the buyer, Synergy. The sales price was $34 million.Ms. Dympna Minnock, a vice-president of Synergy said that “ the strong in-place income combined with the immediate and long term development potential made this transaction very attractive.” She added .”Synergy looks forward to working with the various constituents to ensure that a well thought out development plan is implemented.”25-55 Morrissey Boulevard consists of … (0 comments)

dorchester: Boston College High School - BC High Alumni - 09/13/07 06:13 AM
Dorchester is the home of my high school. Please take the time to visit the school's website. From Boston College High School Website"Welcome to Boston College High School. As a way to introduce the school I want you to imagine the future and assume that you have graduated from BC High. Now imagine that you are involved in the profession of your choice and you are introducing yourself to others, sharing your background and education. I can predict that many times when you state that you went to BC High and received a Jesuit education, you will encounter recognition, respect and affection.Recognition, … (0 comments)

dorchester: 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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