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5 Moving Tips to Simplify Your Move

Moving can be stressful and exhausting. Not only does it feel like there are a million things to do before the big day, but you also can’t predict things like weather and traffic. And, if you’re in Boston like us- often “moving day” is the same for hundreds of people across the city. (That means, hundreds of moving trucks blocking the roads!) Don’t sweat yet; as long as you plan ahead and get help when you need it, you’ll have a smooth move to your new home. Continue reading

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Final Walk Through Checklist For New Homeowners

Buying a home is not as romantic as it seems. Yes, it’s great to scroll through listings online and spend weekends visiting open houses, envisioning just how you’d remodel this room and decorate another. But the harsh reality is that buying a home is an incredibly stressful experience for new homeowners, especially if they’re not prepared with what to expect or what to look for during a final walk through. Continue reading

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Concierge Services for New Homeowners

You’ve purchased a new home, and it’s everything you dreamed it would be and more. You have growing anticipation to move in, but anxiety sets in when you realize the amount of work that goes into moving, unpacking, and getting to the point when you can kick your feet back and relax. What if you could get to that final stage of the process stress-free? Concierge services for new homeowners is the solution. Continue reading

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Simplified Moves: Out Of State Assistance

While most of the work the Fini Concierge team does is in the Boston area, it’s not uncommon for us to travel for our clients. We understand how difficult it can be to find someone you trust to help manage your personal and business needs out of state, and that’s why we do everything we can to accommodate your requests, even if that means traveling out of Massachusetts. Continue reading

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Moving Advice for Parents of Boston & Cambridge Students

September 1st may not mean much to anyone new to Boston. To parents of older college students living in the city, September 1st may cause flashes of overflowing dumpsters, double parked cars, inflated moving service rates, “Allston Christmas,” and other stressful experiences. Moving in and around the Boston area isn’t easy—for students or for their parents who have come along to help aid the process. Since you often are given a set move-in day, you are destined to be sharing the road with other parents across the city. We’ve got a solution. Continue reading