Blog :: 04-2016

Tips for Preparing Your Home For Sale: Curb Appeal

This is it!  You have made the decision to sell your home, the Real Estate Agent has been hired, and you have started looking at new homes.  How do you get your home sold in less time for the most return?  Follow these tips from our experts to get your home noticed and buyers interested.

1. Spruce up your yard.  Rake out the lawn, pick up leaves, trim headges, and clear away debris. Having a green lawn is ideal not only for potential buyers riding by the home but also for photos that your agent will use to market your home.

2. Paint your front door.  Give it a new coat of paint, keep it classic or choose a bright bold color.

3. Place pots of vibrant flowers near your door or entryway.  Flowers are an instant pop of color and offer a cheerful welcome.

4. Replace your address numbers on the house.  Make the house easier to find with numbers of a contrasting color to the siding or trim, and make them large enough to be seen from the street.

5. Put out the "Welcome" mat.  Replace your old or worn door mat with a fresh new one, nothing says Welcome Home better!


Continue to come back to our blog as "Tips for Preparing Your Home For Sale" is part of a multi-post series!

Christine McGuinness joins Molisse Realty Group in our Weymouth Office

Molisse Realty Group is happy to welcome Christine McGuinness to our Weymouth office at 636 Middle Street in the Shaw's Plaza. 

Being a life-long resident of Weymouth and now raising her two sons there, joining Molisse Realty Group is an ideal fit.  Christine brings her 12+ years of real estate experience to our team along with her knowledge of the local area.

She and her family have participated in fundraising and Diabetes awareness through the Tommy Tunes Organization ( since 2003 with an annual softball tournament.  Christine is a former President and Vice President of BNI, a local business and professional net-working organization.

Christine is inspired everyday by helping her clients realize their dream of home ownership with the perfect home for their wants and needs.  She has the passion to find the right home for her buyers and the right buyer for her sellers!

Contact Christine directly at or 781-316-6874.

Brian Molisse receives the Seller Representative Specialist Designation

Brian Molisse, Owner/Broker of Molisse Realty Group has received the Seller Representative Specialist (SRS) designation from the Real Estate Business Institute (REBI), an affiliate of National Association of Realtors (NAR).  Designees are required to meet specific educational and experience criteria.

According to REBI's website, the SRS designation was created in 2006 by three recipients of the NAR Distinguished Service Award.  The purpose of the designation is to elevate an individual's professional standards, enhance their individual performance, and recognize those real estate professionals who demonstrate the knowledge and skills essential in professionally and ethically representing sellers.

The National Association of Realtors, the "Voice for Real Estate", is the world's largest professional association representing over 1,000,000 members involved in all aspects of the real estate industry.


Brian Molisse can be reached by phone at 781-837-5600 or by email at

John Cullen and Liz Roosevelt represent Molisse Realty Group

John Cullen and Liz Roosevelt represent

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1st Annual Boys & Girls Club Career Night



On Wednesday, March 30th the Boys & Girls Club in Marshfield held their 1st Annual Career Night.  The community came out in full force to support this amazing event.  Professionals in the fields of journalism, engineering, banking, nursing, real estate, politics, law enforcement, and even a pilot were stationed at tables ready to talk about what they do.  This "pressure free" environment, allowed teens an opportunity to ask questions and discuss potential career options.  

John Cullen and Liz Roosevelt were there on behalf of Molisse Realty Group and took this opportunity to speak with several young people about real estate and how agents help clients achieve their goals of homeownership. 


The Boys & Girls Club event gave teens another option outside of the typical College Fair, at the request of many of their teen staff members.   Career Night was so well attended with over 40 teens dropping in, that the Boys & Girls Club plans to hold this event again next year.