Do-it-yourself projects are in vogue these days. You can find advice online for everything from investing in crypto-currency to tearing down the living room wall. When considering the cost of moving, it’s natural to wonder if real estate commissions are one way to save money, but it would be a mistake. A good real estate… Continue reading 5 Reasons Selling Without an Agent is a Bad Idea
Have you been thinking about selling home? Is your current property too large? Too small? Too expensive? Too hard to manage? Are you ready to travel more? Whatever the reason, you’ve been thinking about a move but you don’t know if it’s the right time to move? This might be the right time to sell!… Continue reading Is Now The Time To Sell?
One of the biggest complaints people have about their houses is that there’s not enough storage space. In fact, a lack of space is the number one reason people decide to purchase bigger homes. But if buying a house isn’t in the cards for you right now, there are plenty of steps you can take… Continue reading Smart Solutions to Make the Most of the Space You Have
Selling your home is a big endeavor with lots of twists and turns. Choosing to work with a real estate professional can save you time, money and a lot of headaches. Here are just a few of the benefits of working with a real estate agent. 1. Real Estate Agents Possess Overall Market Knowledge: A… Continue reading Why Hire a Real Estate Agent to Sell Your Home?
So I trying something different buy getting opinions on things that matter and affect my life. So setting up with the start of the Christmas season I decided to keep the Survey festive. Below are the results with a little commentary, like that surprises you. When do you start watching Christmas/Holiday Movies? (28 Responses) After… Continue reading Nick’s Christmas Movie Survey Results
So the Worcester City Council took up the issue of the City Manager’s new recycling plan at Tuesday night’s meeting. Much to the chagrin to all this was not the slam dunk that it was once thought to be. The council postponed the vote until August after Councilor Khrys King threatened to hold the item… Continue reading Worcester’s Recycling Dilemma
As we head into July and the dog days of summer the election process will be ramping up in the city as we have a primary for both the City Council and the School Committee. Will this year be the year we see change in our city? I used to be a political junkie. I… Continue reading How Candidates in Worcester Can Earn My Vote
Tuesday February 13, 2018. That was my day of clarity. I had a sleepless night because it was my first night with a CPAP machine. I had recently been diagnosed with moderate sleep apnea. During a sleep study just after the New Year I had stopped breathing 23 times an hour. So that Monday night… Continue reading A Journey to a new Life
So I wake up this morning to see that a Comedienne Kathy Griffin was trending on Twitter. I couldn’t imagine why because I never really thought she was funny, and then she proved me right. The picture of Griffin holding a bloodied mask of President Trump as if she had just decapitated him is disturbing… Continue reading No! It’s not OK!
By Nick D’Andrea In 2005, the Baseball Widow came home from work and said “Michael Graham just said something I thought was pretty cool”. She went on to explain to me the tradition that Graham and his wife had going to see the Oscars Best Picture nominees. I like movies and the idea and I… Continue reading 2017 Oscars Preview