While many things have been cancelled because of the COVID-19 crisis, it turns out that the real estate market for buying and selling a home has not. We reached out to one of our favorite agents – Allison Blank of COMPASS – for tips on how to buy or sell a home during the pandemic.
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
While the team at Fini Concierge has lots of experience moving clients from home to another, something else we are experts at is getting your home ready to put on the market. It’s not just a matter of sticking a for sale sign in the front yard … unfortunately. Here are our tips of things to do before you list your home for sale. Continue reading
Around the holidays or after closing a sale, show appreciation to valuable clients while staying top of mind for referrals and future opportunities. While it’s tempting to send a bottle of wine, chocolates or fruit basket, these gifts won’t leave a lasting impression. Instead, surprise them with a gift that will improve their lives and make the transition to their new home even easier. Continue reading
Does the thought of moving make you anxious like no other big life activity does? Don’t worry. You’re not alone. Moving is one of life’s top stressors, but lucky for you the Fini Concierge team has moving in Boston down to a tee. Continue reading
We know sending your children to college is a nerve-wracking experience. You’ve spent the entirety of their lives taking care of them and making sure every one of their needs is met. It would be nice to have some sort of reassurance that should they need help, there’s someone there who can give it them. The solution is college student concierge services, available in Boston and the surrounding area.
September 1st may not mean much to people outside of Boston. To Boston residents and students, September 1st may cause flashes of overflowing dumpsters, double parked cars, inflated moving service rates, “Allston Christmas,” and other possibly stressful experiences. Students moving in Boston isn’t easy- and often people recommend to avoid the 1st all together. But that’s not possible for many people in the city- especially students.
While you’re trying to balance the start of a new semester, adding a move into the mix may mean you are forced to miss an important class, work, or opportunity. You also don’t need the added stress. We’ve got a solution for students moving in Boston. Continue reading
In your top five list of things you don’t look forward to during a move, packing is always one of them. It’s a daunting task and one that many put off until the last minute. Here are a few stress-free packing tips for your upcoming move: