The Brighton MA condo
market is under a lot of pressure. Â With low inventory, the condos are sold quickly and at increasing prices. Â When looking at the numbers from 2012, this was easily predicted as the prices visibly went up while days on market plunged nearly 40% from the year before.
Do you want to learn more about what is going on in the hottest condo market in the Boston area?
The Commonwealth of
Massachusetts grants homeowners the right to dispute their tax liability if
they believe the assessed value is too high.
The City of Boston's real estate abatement process
provides Boston homeowners the opportunity to reduce real estate tax liability.
Â A homeowner must complete an application by February 3rd if he or she
believes Boston's assessed value is in excess of market value.
Are you eligible for a reduction in your real
estate taxes? Â Learn about Boston real estate abatement, Â and how a
reduction in your assessed home value will save you money.
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Multiple offers on houses and condos in the Boston area are becoming a common occurrence, hard to believe when just a year ago we were lamenting our real estate slump.Â From a home seller's perspective this is great news, and as one of my clients said, "It's like being the prettiest girl at the dance."
Just like the prettiest girl at the dance, you'll have to weight your options, make decisions, and try to remain graceful.Â But in home selling, unlike dancing, you can only pick one party to do business with.
I've written some tips that you must follow to navigate successfully through your multiple offers.Â Failing to follow these rules andÂ you can be leftÂ empty handed.Â So leverage this opportunity correctly!Â Click on the link below:When Selling Your Home: H
ow to negotiate multiple offers?
I've created a list of online resources for you if you choose to sell your home alone, as a For-Sale-By-Owner, or better known as FSBO.
These resources are both free or with minimal fees.Â FSBO's should be aware many sites offering free online advertising of your home are lead capture websites for agents to contact you.Â To read about the top resources FSBO's need to use, click here.
This fall is bound to be a busy real estate market in Greater Boston.Â As first time home buyers enter the market, Boston real estate thrives all the way up the chain.Â Â But before you enter a home ownership commitment, there are several things you must learn, and you should not go about it all yourself.
There is an endless amount of articles and blog posts about the virtue of buying your first home.Â Even more plentiful are the encouragements by lenders and real estate professionals to take the plunge.Â First, thought, get a reality check and prepare for your first real estate investment.Â
Do these three items early in the process, and you'll have a successful transition to home ownership: