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Problem Neighbors? Watch this Video

Living in Downtown Boston means living in close quarters. While most city dwellers appreciate their neighborhood and respect their neighbors, there comes a time once in a while where there may be a problem! Kelly Robbins, Chief Operating Officer of Charlesgate Property Management, took a minute to sit down and talk about what you can […]

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Multifamily Energy Reporting: New Ordinance

The City of Boston has proposed a new ordinance that would alter reporting of energy and water use by commercial tenants and individual tenants. This affectsĀ commercial buildingsĀ of 25,000 square feet or more andĀ residential apartment buildingsĀ of 25,000 square feet or 25 units. The stated purpose of the ordinance from [Section 7-2.2(a)] is ā€œto reduce the emissions […]

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Stop That Barking!

Barking Driving You or Your Neighbors Crazy? Do you live in one of Boston’s pet friendly apartments with your dog? Dogs left alone all day getĀ bored and restless, and many find relief in barking. SomeĀ respondĀ noisily to any and all activity. But, nothing is as annoying, as incessant barking – even for dog lovers. If your […]

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Keeping Your Community Green

The environment continues to be a hot issue in all aspects of the world with people trying to makeĀ consciousĀ decisions in their homes to do their best for the planet. Our Property Managers at Charlesgate Realty make every effort to use environmentally friendly products and services. Here are some tips for you as a homeowner to […]

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Do You Need A Professional Property Manager? 3 Questions to Ask

While every investor/ property owner is different, there are a few questions you can ask yourself in considering if professional property management is right for you. We work with clients with a variety of properties and needs and can custom tailor a package just for you. Think about some of the following questions: How much […]


Staying Warm, and Safe, During Boston’s Cold Winter Months

December, January, and February are the deadliest months for home fires, according to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA). And, heating equipment is the second leading cause of home fires and home fire deaths. That’s why it’s improtant for you and your loved ones to take extra precautions during the winter. Thinking about buying a […]