House hunting CAN be fun if you let us do the dirty work

Sometimes you just need a day off from the stress and tension of finding a new home. Searching through homes can be especially stressful around the holidays when you get advice from every member of the family. All of a sudden every one seems to be a “ real estate expert” when the eggnog starts flowing!!

What better way to relieve the stress than heading to Fenway Park to view a classic pond hockey game? If you grew up in New England, I am sure you have played hockey in someone’s back yard!

The B.U. and B.C. men’s hockey teams will play outdoors this winter in a doubleheader at Fenway Park on Jan. 8, 2010. This comes a week after the ballpark hosts the NHL New Year’s Day Winter Classic between the Boston Bruins and Philadelphia Flyers. What a great idea and long over due, I might add.

Fenway will also host another historical event – the first women’s college hockey game to be played outside. The University of New Hampshire and Northeastern University will battle at 4 p.m. before the BU/BC game.

To add to the great news, Boston Mayor, Thomas Menino, has announced there will be two days of public skating before the Winter Classic – December 30 and 31.

So it’s okay to take a day off from Condo hunting and have fun or double on on the trip and check out some Fenway Condos while your over there!

Which is exactly what we do at CondoDomain! We try to make the home buying process a stress free process. We don’t look or act like your ‘traditional’ real estate agents – because we are not! CondoDomain does not just share our commission with you, but we also give our clients better market analysis and top-notch customer service than our competition.

So check out our website www.CondoDomain.com or give us a call at 603.380.2057 and tell us your search criteria, Let us do the dirty work during this holiday season so you can go out and have some fun.

See you on the ice!

Tim Bottomley
Cell: 603.380.2057
Email: tim@CondoDomain.com

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