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There are a lot of reasons why someone would want to live in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. One of those many reasons is the top colleges and universities. Similarly Massachusetts has a high reputation for consistently excellent public schools across the commonwealth. Top ranked-school districts include, Wellesley, Newton and Lexington Public Schools. Likewise, Massachusetts is also known

Why You Should Make Your Website Accessible and ADA-Compliant Most real estate agents know that creating a website is an important way to connect with clients and generate new business. But is your online presence accessible to clients with disabilities? When you work to make your website and social media accounts more accessible, it benefits all of your

You Don’t Have to Give Up Personal Style to Move Back In With Your Parents While some millennials may be purchasing multi-million dollar mansions in luxe ski towns, the fact is that far more just so happen to be moving back in with their parents. In 2018, Zillow reported that more millennials were living at home then

President Biden Commits to Addressing Affordable Housing Crisis President Joe Biden’s $2.3 trillion jobs and infrastructure proposal includes a $213 billion investment in affordable housing, pledging to “build, preserve, and retrofit more than two million homes and commercial buildings to address the affordable housing crisis.” The proposal, called the American Jobs Plan, has faced significant Republican opposition since

LGBTQ+ Homebuyers and Renters to Be Protected From Housing Discrimination The Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) is making a change that stems from the executive order President Joe Biden signed on his first day in office. It was announced in February 2021 that the Fair Housing Act will now cover those who experience discrimination because

How Will the Modern Home Change With Everyone Working From Home? According to a recent Stanford study, 42% of the U.S. workforce has been working remotely full-time since the initial COVID-19 lockdowns began. A smaller study that surveyed 1,022 professionals claims that, of that number, 29% would quit their jobs if they had to strap on their

People Are Trading the Big City for a Better Quality of Life. Where Are They Moving To? Back in March, major cities like New York City and San Francisco saw an outflux of residents leaving the pandemic-riddled mega metropolises for more cozy and quiet places offered by smaller cities and the suburbs. Some temporarily moved in with

Overcome a COVID-19 Thanksgiving With Ideas Inspired by America’s Favorite Family Man, Clark Griswold Thanks to COVID-19, the usual traditions of gorging on drumsticks while fighting with your in-laws about what truly constitutes a violation of an agency’s fiduciary duties - something you can learn about for your NAR Code of Ethics requirements - are out the

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