Blog :: 02-2013

Studio, Apartment, or Condo: Which Fits You?

One of the best things about living in a city like Boston is that there's a lot of wiggle room for different people's preferred lifestyles. Whether you're a newly-wed looking to house your expanding family, a single student, or a yuppie - the city of Boston has a wide portfolio of properties that addresses your needs. And even if the city is [...]

Boston's Trillion Dollar Industry

Like any other major city in the United States, the past five years hasn't been easy on the local economy. The financial crisis that triggered the country's worst recession since the Great Depression of the 1920's left most Americans under the threat of fiscal instability. Boston, being the sixth-largest economy in the country, and [...]

Strolling In Snow

Blizzard Nemo dumped the 5th largest amount of snow on the Hub in recent history, but that didn't stop Bostonians from strapping on their boots and snapping great photos, us included. Here are some of our favorite photos from our little stroll in the snow over the weekend:

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Protect Your Home From Snowstorms

As we all know by now, a "potential historic winter storm" heading our way could make travel nearly impossible and dump up to 2 feet of snow to our region starting tomorrow morning until Saturday. This comes after having not see any significant snow fall in the past two years. The snowstorm is expected to start Friday morning, with the [...]