Rent or Own, Tax Deductions for Your Home

Tax time is just around the corner. Whether you rent or own, there are home-related deductions you may want to include. Property owners have substantially more deductions related to their home than renters. But even renters in Massachusetts can deduct some home-related expenses. Below, Good Boston Living friend and Certified Financial Planner at Peace of Money, […] Read More

Strategically Planning Your Next Move

Trading a Beloved Condo for a Family Home Kristin and Michael bought their first home with me in 2014––a bright, spacious second-floor condo, steps from a community garden in Jamaica Plain’s Stonybrook neighborhood. After the arrival of their son a few years later, they craved more room to accomodate life with a small child and […] Read More

Why Choose Us for Your Listing?

Relationship is at the center of what we do You’re busy balancing responsibilities and need to use your time wisely. Our team is your partner, thinking about all the things you would be. 85% of our clients have been referred to us or have worked with us before Our team works seamlessly around the clock […] Read More

Shaping a Listing’s Narrative

Peters Hill Home Presented with Style Anne and Amy needed to decide if it was the right time to part with their Boston home in order to live more full-time on the Cape. While they could happily continue residing in Roslindale, they were also eager to take advantage of the strength of the home-sale market […] Read More

What Home Search Apps Can’t Give You

The challenge With increasingly efficient, user-friendly real estate apps and websites, most home buyers begin their search online. That’s wise, up to a point. Apps can be a double-edged sword: they give you search control for property listings and even access to public records, but they don’t provide you context to use the information to […] Read More

A Very Rozzie Spring

With a sale pending on our recent Prospect Hill single family listing, a new condo blocks to Roslindale Village on market this week, and a single family near Peters Hill coming soon, we’re spending a lot of time in (and loving) Rozzie right now. Roslindale Village offers an award-winning neighborhood farmers market (starting in June), […] Read More

Prep Your Home for Winter: Three Ways

As winter weather makes its way to us, we can make sure our home is ready for it. A long-time advisor to our clients, home inspector Mark George shares three top priorities for your home at this time of year: Clean and service your heating system to ensure it runs at optimum efficiency. Clean gutters, downspouts and […] Read More

Position Filled: Administrative Coordinator

Thanks for your interest––this position is now filled. _______________________________________________________________________________________ High-performing residential real estate team seeks administrative professional to coordinate transactions, help launch property listings, and provide logistical support to marketing manager and principal. Led by real estate agent Melony Swasey, the Good Boston Living team provides high-integrity, intimate, strategic service to our clients, who are […] Read More

A Seller’s Story: “The Wonderful World of 130”

Home can be a place of grounding and nesting. For the sellers of 130 Anawan Avenue in West Roxbury, it has been a place of family and community. Their kids (ages ten and seven) have loved the home so much, they wrote a story to share the inspiration and comfort of living there. [fusion_separator style_type=”default” […] Read More

When a Vibraphonist Doesn’t Have to Hustle for Space to Play

Boston is a city of arts––particularly music, from New England Conservatory to Berklee College of Music to Symphony Hall, and independent ensembles like Grammy-nominated A Far Cry. I’ve had the privilege of working with numerous musician clients, helping them set up homes where they can also make art, collaborate with others, and stay connected to […] Read More