March Happenings

Beers. Basketball. Boston Real Estate

Join the AMG team for March Madness at Bardo’s Pizza located inside Castle Island Brewing.
DATE: March 14, 2023 | TIME: 4p-7p 
LOCATION: 10 Old Colony Ave, S. Boston

As spring approaches, the basketball tournament is in full swing; but, so is the real estate market. Join us for a good time, and bring your questions as it relates to the Boston housing market. We will provide beverages, pizza, and real estate knowledge.
Whether you are a renter, prospective buyer, or landlord— we would love to connect you with a member of our team, recommend lender, and attorney partners to guide you through the process of your next home.


Image taken from The Edna, Cambridge MA- Visit to learn more about the available units.

Thinking about purchasing a home in the near-future?

March is an excellent time to start planning for a real estate purchase. Here are some tips to get you started:

1. Consider your budget: Before you start looking for a home, it's important to know how much you can comfortably spend. Make sure to factor in all costs associated with owning a home, such as property taxes, insurance, and maintenance.

2. Research the housing market: Do your research on the local housing market to get an idea of what homes are selling for in your area. Familiarizing yourself with current market conditions will help you make an informed decision when it comes time to buy.

3. Start looking for a home: Once you have a budget and pre-approval in hand, start looking for homes that fit your criteria. Look online, attend open houses, and work with a real estate agent to find the right home for you.

4. Make an offer: Once you have found the right home, it's time to make an offer. Make sure to have your contract reviewed by a lawyer before signing.

Landlord Tips for March

Time to renew leases is approaching! Are you prepared as a landlord?

Boston is a popular city, and the rental market is competitive.  As a landlord, there are several things to consider as March remains an important time before the Fall Market. Below are some things to consider:

1.Take a look at your rental property to ensure that any winter damage is repaired, and that all necessary maintenance is up to date.

2. Check to make sure that any appliances that may have been used during winter months (like furnaces and fireplaces) are still in good working order and all safety measures are in place.

3. Get ahead of the spring rush and start advertising for tenants now if you’re expecting an upcoming vacancy.

4. Take the opportunity to review your rental policies and procedures to ensure that they’re up to date and compliant with local laws.

5. Consider offering spring promotions or discounts to attract tenants.

6. Be sure to review your lease agreements with tenants to ensure that all details are correct and that both parties are aware of all policies and expectations.

7. Reach out to your tenants to see if there’s anything they need help with or anything you can do to make their rental experience better.

Are you a landlord? Do you know anyone that expects upcoming vacancies? Reach out to us [email protected] ; As top rental producer in South Boston, according to MLS, we ensure filling rental properties with tenants in short time.

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Fava Bean and Asparagus Salad

Create the taste of spring with one of our favorite salad mixes! This vibrant yet simple side dish celebrates early-spring produce like tender asparagus spears and fresh fava beans. A bright and lemony dressing compliments the grassy flavors of the vegetables, while chopped toasted almonds add texture and richness. Serve alongside roasted salmon for an easy, elegant Easter brunch.

Click here to view the recipe!

Featured Listings

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12 Arnold Circle, Unit 11
3 BD   2 BA   1476 SF   $1,499,000
Saturday, March 4 
11:00AM - 12:30PM

520 East 8th Street
2 BD   2.5 BA   1070 SF   $949,000

161 Tudor Street, Unit 1
2 BD   2 BA   1495 SF   $1,250,000

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