Category: Education

The latest from Lili about Boston Real Estate.

Mass. Higher Education: Not the Rowdiest, but Exemplary Education

October 28, 2012 |

The annual school rankings from Princeton Review’s were recently released with information about higher education and lists of the best ranked schools academically and socially. It’s no surprise that Mass. schools didn’t make the list of top 20 party schools. Thank God, we don’t have the reputation for most rowdy and highest drunkard rate. Read More

Moving to a Boston Neighborhood for a Good School System

June 23, 2012 |

Living in a town with a good school system continues to be the focus for many home buyers with children or couples planning to start a family. School systems are often a determining factor for which Boston neighborhood to ultimately purchase real estate, while affordabilty must be considered simultaneously. Read More

Boston Public Schools Improve and Prompt Migration to the City

August 6, 2011 |

Over the years, Boston has been trying to improve the deteriorating public school system and bolster the quality of its education. The city is definitely moving in the right direction, based on recent activity. The Boston school board has closed/and or merged 18 schools in the hopes of creating better facilities and increasing student enrollment. There were too many schools with resources stretched too thin. Several proposals are in the works to improve local education. Read More

Higher Learning and the Boston Luxury Real Estate Nearby

May 14, 2011 |

Boston has the most universities per capita than any other city in the country and attracts students and professionals from around the world. There are 30+ colleges/universities in a 50-mile radius of Boston, so it’s no surprise that it’s a vibrant town full of young professionals and brimming with educational possibilities. A choice selection of Boston luxury real estate is found within walking distance of most universities. Read More

Relocating to Boston from a Different State

March 26, 2011 |

Looking for a new home is always an educational process that requires patience. It is especially challenging if you’re moving to Boston from a different State. Read More

Coming Soon!

March 15, 2011 |

New content will be posted every Saturday, so check back in the coming weeks for updated material. Become a blog follower and receive notifications when new entries are posted. Read More

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