“The more properties you can visit in the early stages of a search, the more confident you’ll feel signing the offer when you do find The One,” Ziegler says.
Kate Ziegler, a real estate agent with Arborview Realty in Boston, says dirty windows affect the amount of light entering the home and need to be cleaned. “Buyers will notice the darker feel,” she says, “especially on a sunny summer day.”
The emptiness of a new home can be overwhelming. With so much space to fill and so many decorating decisions to make, you might feel like your house will never be truly yours. By Laughton Team | June 21, 2016 There’s no need to go hog-wild in a furniture store three days after closing […]
The Stonybrook Neighborhood Association (SNA) voted overwhelmingly on April 11 to adopt its 10-page The Neighborhood Vision for Washington Street. By Richard Heath | April 19, 2016 The Vision is a document that includes retail, commercial, open space and public realm recommendations. It addresses height, scale and density for the neighborhood. The Vision is […]
On a snowy day in early January, Allison and I headed to Boston to meet this busy lady. It may have been super cold with a nasty wind chill, but that didn’t stop us from enjoying our time with Kate. By Suzanne Larocque | January 20, 2015 What are your responsibilities for Safe Hub Collective? […]
Ziegler works as an Operations Coordinator at Mintz Levin, a law firm. For Thursday’s zero-degree ride, she picked from an overflowing drawer of athletic clothes she has assembled over the years. By Stefanie Friedhoff | January 9, 2015 With arctic winds and single-digit temperatures, it’s the kind of week that makes most commuters grateful for […]
“The Impact Awards highlight the contributions of young professionals in Boston that are making a difference in their communities, particularly in the fields of science, technology, engineering, arts, and math, which have a long tradition in the city,” said ONEin3 Council Member Lee Glandorf.
Mayor Martin J. Walsh has identified a diverse group of students, restaurant and bar owners, law enforcement, and business leaders from across the City to create a Late Night Task Force.