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Bushari Welcomes Anthony Enslow



We are proud to welcome Anthony Enslow as the newest member of the Bushari Real Estate team. Anthony is a real estate professional with a strong, in-depth knowledge of Boston and surrounding towns, having lived in the city for nearly 18 years. Known for his high energy and sharp, client-tailored direction, he has enjoyed a high rate of returning clientele and referrals. His ultimate goal is to ensure those seeking a home are presented with the best and most complete array of options within a refreshingly efficient and concise framework of time and resources.

Originally from Wichita, Kansas, where he worked in hospitality and as a musician, Anthony moved to Boston in 1999 and graduated from Boston University with a Master’s Degree in Arts Administration. As his marketing savvy grew, as well as his desire to work face-to-face with people, he decided to pursue a career in the real estate industry.
Anthony currently resides in Beacon Hill and spends most of his free time enjoying the city with his wife and children.
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We Are Boston


As a family-owned, independent firm, Bushari has its thumb on the pulse of the local market and the agility to quickly adjust to market changes in creative and unconventional ways. Our team of accomplished real estate professionals know the city inside and out; from the narrow alleyways of the North End to the beaches of Southie, this is where we live, work and play.

We are Boston.


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Bushari Welcomes Merlin Rosenblatt

We are happy to announce Merlin Rosenblatt as the newest member of the Bushari Real Estate team. As a resident of Brookline for the past 25 years, Merlin has cultivated a vast knowledge of the town, as well as the entire Greater Boston area. Merlin specializes in luxury real estate sales and serves her clients with unparalleled commitment and integrity.

Merlin graduated from Boston University with a business degree and is also a certified interior designer. She is also a member of the Greater Boston Real Estate Board. Since 2008, she has been a member of the Brookline Elementary Lead Executive Committee and from 2009 – 2012, she served on the executive committee for the highest-grossing fundraising events for Brookline’s elementary schools.
Merlin currently resides in Chestnut Hill with her two daughters and is an active member of the community, working as a volunteer and sponsor for numerous charitable organizations.
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Bushari Welcomes Amanda O’Connell



We are happy to announce Amanda O’Connell as the newest member of the Bushari Real Estate team.

Amanda is a skilled, creative and outgoing real estate professional and REALTOR®. She focuses on creating and maintaining life-long, interpersonal relationships with her clients, connections and greater network. Conscientious and self-motivated, Amanda excels in her negotiation abilities through her drive for success and passion for helping others.

A Massachusetts native, Amanda graduated from Syracuse University with a BS in Economics. With professional experience in marketing, business development and commercial real estate, Amanda is a multifaceted agent with the tools necessary to succeed in the Boston real estate market.

Amanda couldn’t be prouder to call Boston her home and she looks forward to serving any and all of your real estate needs in the city and beyond. In her spare time, Amanda enjoys running, traveling, taking photos and spending time with friends and family.

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Download the 2017 Q1 Boston Real Estate Market Report



Spring Market is in full bloom and things are heating up in Boston real estate, with more buyers looking for homes and more homeowners looking to sell. With the first quarter now in the books, this is an ideal time for buyers and sellers to take a closer look at the current market conditions in each of Boston’s neighborhoods. Throughout the city, the average selling price for a home is up by more than 10% over last year, so it has been an exceptionally strong start to 2017.

If you are a homeowner curious about the value of your home or someone looking to make a move to the city, the Bushari 2017 Boston Real Estate Q1 Market Report will be a valuable resource to you.2017-q1

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Bushari Welcomes Mark Steinert


We are happy to announce Mark Steinert as the newest member of the Bushari Real Estate team.

Mark has been a resident of Boston proper for ten years and has built a reputation with his clients for being a meticulous, patient and easily accessible real estate professional.

Having lived in several of Boston’s neighborhoods, Mark has valuable insights into the particular charms that create each area’s unique identity. He specializes in full-service buildings and new construction, particularly in the South End, Midtown and Seaport District.

In addition to real estate, Mark enjoys live music, exploring new restaurants and traveling the Caribbean.

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Bushari Welcomes Nicole Rosmarin



We are happy to announce Nicole Rosmarin as the newest member of the our team. Nicole is an enthusiastic real estate professional dedicated to providing her clients with an exceptional experience while searching for their new homes.

A Massachusetts native, Nicole attended Furman University, where she double-majored in Business Administration and Earth and Environmental Sciences. Following school, she pursued a career in fundraising and endowment fund management. Her interest in the real estate industry was sparked by the process of purchasing her first home. Seeing how difficult the process can be, Nicole pursued a career in real estate with the goal of making each transaction as fun and seamless as possible.

Nicole currently resides in Gloucester and enjoys sailing, squash, running and spending time with her friends and family.

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Kitchen Design Trends for 2017

For homeowners, remodeling a kitchen can not only help increase the home’s resale value but also contribute to a healthier lifestyle, according to the recently-published Houzz 2017 Kitchen Trend Survey. The survey questioned more than 2,700 homeowners who have recently undergone a kitchen renovation or are in the process of one, to get a better understanding of design and lifestyle trends that we’ll be seeing in kitchens over the course of the next year. Here’s a recap of what they found:


43% of respondents said that they undertook the renovation because they could “no longer stand the old kitchen” while 40% said that it was something that they always wanted to do and finally have the means, up 3% from the previous year.



More than 33% of homeowners said that their kitchen renovations contributed to an overall healthier lifestyle. 49% saw an increase in family time, while 41% ate healthier by cooking at home.



More than one-third of responders said that their renovations included increasing the size of the kitchen, with 51% of them opening up to other rooms and 20% more open to the outdoors.


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Aesthetic and durability were considered the two most important factors for selecting countertop and flooring materials, across all age levels of the respondents. For millennials, the cost of materials was third, while ease of cleaning was third for older generations.

For aesthetic purposes, the most popular materials were marble for counters and wood for floors; granite counters and porcelain flooring ranked highest in terms of durability.


The three most upgraded features in the kitchen were:





The top built-in features receiving upgrades were:





This year, the most popular color for walls was gray, with 26% of the vote (an increase of 4% over the previous year). White was the most popular color for cabinets, with 42% of the vote (also an increase of 4% over the previous year).

You can download the full U.S. Houzz Kitchen Trends Study here.

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Download the 2016 Boston Real Estate Year-End Summary

We know that 2016 was a record-breaking year in the Boston Real Estate market, highlighted by the opening of Millennium Tower. Now that the final numbers have been released, however, we can get a much clearer understanding of exactly how the market has changed over the past year.

Some statistics to note: the average selling price for a Boston home increased by 21.5% in 2016 while the average days on market decreased from 44 to 34. If you’re looking to get the highest value for your home, in the shortest amount of time, there has never been a better time to be a seller in the city.

If you are a homeowner curious about the value of your home or someone looking to make a move to the city, the Bushari 2016 Boston Real Estate Year-End Summary will be a valuable resource to you.


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Bushari Welcomes Paul Coleman



Bushari Real Estate is happy to announce Paul Coleman as the newest member of our team.

Paul is a seasoned real estate professional with an entrepreneurial spirt and a strong client focus. His knowledge of the city and surrounding areas makes him an invaluable asset to both buyers and sellers alike; his passion and commitment to his clients have made him the go-to agent for an ever-increasing roster of loyal clients.

Born and raised in Charlestown, Paul has accumulated a strong depth of knowledge and fascination with Boston and each of its neighborhoods. His knowledge as both an agent and his prior experience as a property manager enable him to expertly navigate both sides of the real estate transaction. He works hard to find precisely the right home for each of his clients with the goal of bringing them satisfaction long after the closing documents have been signed.

In his free time, Paul enjoys traveling, the outdoors or curling up with a good book next to the fire.