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Massachusetts home sellers being forced to drop their asking price

Click on link below to read full story: Massachusetts home sellers being forced to drop their asking price, in these towns most of all.         Continue Reading >

Are You Living Near a Millionaire?

Where do the most millionaires live in Mass.? By Johanna Seltz GLOBE CORRESPONDENT APRIL 22, 2015 Cast a line in Newton, Wellesley, Winchester, or Hingham, and you are likely to snag a millionaire. The chances drop markedly, though, in Avon, Ayer, and Chelsea. Those odds are courtesy of the state Department of Revenue, which recently released its latest figures on the number of Massachusetts taxpayers reporting incomes of $1 million or more. The numbers, which come from taxes filed for 2012, show that 15,499... Continue Reading >

9 Ways To Save On Your Kitchen Remodel.

Houzz is one of our favorite resources for ideas and ways to save when remodeling your home.   Below are some great ideas from Houzz and helpful tips to save money on your next kitchen remodel. We would often incorporate ideas from this source into our own remodeling projects and would get rave reviews from our customers and people who saw our work. We are happy to consult with customers who have questions about remodeling their homes or buyers wondering about the underlying... Continue Reading >

Client Downsizes to Condo – 287 Langley Road Newton.

The Palmer Group After helping our client sell their beautiful West Newton Hill property for $2,000,000 we were able to put them into this awesome 3 bedroom condo in a very convenient Newton location.  Even though this condo alternative consisted of a total of  8 rooms on three levels, with 3 bedrooms and 3 full baths this home was a considerable downsize in size and price.  They came from a four level home with a total of 14 rooms and 8 bedrooms.  The... Continue Reading >

Do You Want To List Your Home Or Sell Your Home?

The Palmer Group   The answer to that question is quite simple.  Most people think that by Listing their home with a broker they are selling it.  Right? Wrong.  Nothing could be further from the truth.  Listing a home is nothing more than completing a process. You sign a contract with a realtor.  The realtor then posts the listing in MLS, they advertise the listing, hold open houses, and sit back and pray the home sells. The problem is listing a home is not selling a home. Having come from a... Continue Reading >