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      Boston Fall Home Maintenance Tips

      Fall is right around the corner, so this is the perfect time to start thinking about preventative maintenance projects to keep your home in top condition. Whether you are buying, selling, or both, keep these important tips in mind.

      Yardwork

      Late fall is one of the best times to trim trees. Trees start to enter a dormant stage in late fall, so you can keep your trees healthy and ready for future growth by trimming during this time. Fall is also a great time to fertilize your grass. In the fall, your grass is busy absorbing nutrients to prepare for the dormant winter months. If you need to plant trees or shrubs, add them to your to-do list. Fall usually has more good planting days than spring. The ground is still warm from summer, but the cooler fall temperatures are easier on the gardeners and the plants. And don’t forget to rake the leaves!

      Gutters

      Once the leaves have fallen, help protect your home from water damage by making sure your gutters are clean and clear of leaves, twigs, and debris so water, melting snow, and ice can flow smoothly. Clean gutters also help prevent critters from nesting in the debris and making their way into your attic.

      Furnace

      Change your furnace filter and schedule an appointment to get your heating system checked out by a professional. Be proactive with an annual cleaning and inspection to help prevent carbon monoxide leaks and other malfunctions. It can also help your system run more efficiently and help avoid those expensive winter furnace emergencies.

      If you want to buy, sell, or rent property in Boston, contact Bulfinch Boston Realty today!

       

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        Boston Real Estate Ranked 3rd In U.S. For Foreign Investment

        Boston skyline at night

        A recent study from the Association of Foreign Investors in Real Estate (AFIRE), has Boston behind only New York and Los Angeles as the best cities for foreign real estate investment in 2017. Boston is up two spots from number five on the list a year ago.

        The Top 5 Cities For Foreign Real Estate Investment in 2017:

        1. New York
        2. Los Angeles
        3. Boston
        4. Seattle
        5. San Francisco

        About the Association of Foreign Investors In Real Estate

        AFIRE consists of many of the largest investors in real estate in the world. Members of this organization are not homebuyers, but rather investors in industrial, multifamily, office, retail, and hotel real estate. Boston remains a very popular city for residential buyers as well.

        Future of Real Estate Investment in Boston

        The future of foreign investment in the United State is a little bit uncertain according to James Fetgatter the CEO of AFIRE because of things like Brexit, for example. However, Boston is expected to remain among the top markets in the U.S. Also, experts suggest that investment from China could slow somewhat in 2017. Domestic spending is expected to continue at a healthy rate, especially in Boston which boasts one of the hottest real estate markets in the country.

        To learn more about real estate opportunities in Boston, contact Bulfinch Boston Realty today!

        Exciting Times at Bulfinch Boston Realty!! We are Renovating . . .

        Dear Brokers, Clients and Friends,

        After 32 Years of business on Newbury Street, working out of a 400 sq/ft office, it is now time to Expand and Renovate! We are Excited to ANNOUNCE that Bulfinch has Leased additional space at our same location, 255 Newbury Street! We love our walk in's and client visits and would like to invite you ALL to visit us at our temporary office located at 31 Massachusetts Avenue in the Back Bay. 

         

        A couple of Pictures of our office space before the Demo

        If you are looking to Buy, Sell, Rent or Just chat about anything Real Estate Related THINK BULFINCH!

         

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