Apr. 2014 – Jason’s In The House with Beverly’s State Representative Jerry Parisella

April 15th, 2014

Jason’s In The House: Jason Parisella interviews Beverly’s State Representative Jerry Parisella.

Feb. 2014 – Jason’s In The House with Coastal Windows & Exteriors

February 14th, 2014

Jason’s In The House with Coastal Windows & Exteriors. Jason Parisella interviews Stephanie and David Vanderbilt of Costal Windows & Exteriors.

Oct. 2013: Jason’s In The House: Cranney Home Services

November 6th, 2013

Jason’s In The House: Jason Parisella interviews Gayla Bartlett of Cranney Home Services in Danvers, MA. Jason talks to Gayla about their services which includes self storage, plumbing, heating, cooling, electrical and drain cleaning.

Jason’s In The House with Chris Zozry of A&A Services – Home Improvement

June 26th, 2013

Our first show on location. What do you think? Should we do more?

Jason’s In The House: Joe Murphy of Archer Insurance

May 11th, 2013

Check out last month’s show. I interviewed Joe Murphy of Archer Insurance. Lots of good info about several different types of insurance.

Meet (Me) Jason Parisella Video

May 7th, 2013

Let me know what you think of my new video. Thank you Paul Guanci for making me look good.

Looking to List? Get Your Home Ready

April 20th, 2013

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Where the rich people live. (CNN-Feb 12, 2013)

February 16th, 2013

Despite all the talk of urban revitalization, suburbs still have a denser concentration of rich people than cities.

In America’s suburbs, just over 6% of the households have incomes that put them in the top sliver of American earners, according to a studyreleased Monday by the U.S. Census Bureau. In city centers, less than 5% of households made the cut.   Not surprisingly, the study found that rich people tend to live near major population centers.

The Bridgeport-Stamford-Norwalk area of Connecticut, a region just north of New York City that’s home to many a hedge fund, has the highest concentration of wealthy households in the country — 17.9% of those in the area bring in more than $191,469 per year. That compares to 5% of households nationwide, according to the Census Bureau.

The bureau did its calculations based on metropolitan statistical areas, which are broad zones that lump poorer areas in with richer ones. Bridgeport isn’t known for being particularly rich, but some of the towns surrounding it are.

Read More:  http://money.cnn.com/2013/02/12/news/economy/where-rich-live/index.html