New Year’s Day in and Around Hingham

Here are a few things to do around Hingham, the South Shore and Boston tomorrow, the first day of 2016. … More New Year’s Day in and Around Hingham

9 Ways to Make Your Kitchen a Memorable Real Estate Asset

Hingham, MA: 9 Ways to Make Your Kitchen a Memorable Real Estate Asset

Prospective home buyers actively looking to buy a home in Hingham, Cohasset, Norwell and other South Shore towns, have a way of remembering houses that has nothing at all to do with addresses. Digits are meaningless. This is because there is not likely to be a deep, emotional connection to a string of numbers or even a street name. … More 9 Ways to Make Your Kitchen a Memorable Real Estate Asset

12 Unusual Christmas Traditions

Unusual traditions are all about the viewing perspective. Many of us light up trees, decorate with ornaments, hang stockings and hide elves. Perhaps, in distant lands, someone else is writing about unusual Christmas traditions in the United States, thinking that what we do is novel and strange. Here are 12 Christmas traditions that are unfamiliar to us here in Hingham and the South Shore. … More 12 Unusual Christmas Traditions

Squirrel Prevention & More

We have all known a squirrel or two. Some of us have experienced the wrath of an enraged female squirrel whose young are trapped inside a place built for humans, and the subsequent damage to our homes. The best practice is prevention first.

There are more than 200 squirrel species worldwide, including one that is three feet long. In Massachusetts, on the South Shore of Boston, we see two species of tree squirrels, the gray and red, on a regular basis. Northern and southern flying squirrels also inhabit Massachusetts, but emerge only at night. Squirrels are classified as a game species in Massachusetts, and have their own, regulated hunting seasons. Depending on your location, the season runs from either September or October until January.
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The Real Estate Market for South Shore towns in Plymouth County Continues to Improve

November, 2015: Plymouth County Registry of Deeds Monthly Report
The Plymouth County Registry of Deeds published its monthly report for the month of November, 2015 and reported that in spite of the traditional holiday slowing, the real estate market continues to improve. … More The Real Estate Market for South Shore towns in Plymouth County Continues to Improve