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It is possible to sell any home in any location for a profit if you buy it at the right price. As is true with any investment, you need to understand the market conditions and value of the home today, conservative estimates for repair costs, holding costs such as mortgage payments, utilities, general maintenance, etc., and also the cost to sell. It is impossible for anyone to accurately predict the future of the market so the more conservative you are with your estimates and the more cushion you give yourself, the better chances you have of profiting when you sell. Working with a local real estate professional can help you determine the market value of a home today before you buy. Good luck with your investment and feel free to contact me if you would like any advice on a specific home.... more
I am a local native and I know all of these towns really well. One good thing about being a land lord in this area is there are a good availability of multi-family homes. Two and three flats are plentiful. Also, all of these cities are in close proximity to the commuter rails. There are stops in downtown Haverhill, downtown Lowell, and Lawrence which is a plus.
Like any city or town, all of these cities have areas that are more desirable areas than others. If you are considering resale value (location, location, location) you may want to stay closer to the more desirable areas. If you have any questions about the area feel free to contact me.
This is not a good area of town. My sister has lived in Methuen for over 10yrs and is very familiar with the streets since she used to drive a school bus for Methuen. I would stay away from this street.... more