Yes many homes in West Peabody were built with in laws. Now you would have to go before the city and get special permits this is much easier to do if the in-law is going to be occupied by a family member with health issues. good luck.... more
Hi John and thank you for the post. I would recommend you interview 2 or 3 Highly Rated Local Buyer's Agents and decide who is the best fit to help you in your search and to represent you in the purchase transaction. The use of a Buyer Agent is at no cost to you as we are compensated by the Listing Office.
You want someone local to area you are looking in, someone that works full-time and has the negotiation and market skills to best represent you as a buyer. If you have an idea of what you want your price range to be or your overall monthly payments - I can help narrow down some properties that may be of interest to you.
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It will not help. Banks like to see all transactions going through a checking account. Most lenders will take a verification of rent (VOR)from your land lord if you have strong credit , great job history ect.... more
Hi Margaret, I just wanted to follow up and make sure all your answers have been addressed. Please let us know if you have any additional questions/concerns/interest and if you could rate the answers to your question it would be greatly appreciated!... more
If there is anything specific about the property you would like answered just let us know and we'll find out for you! If you are interested in working with a buyers agent (at no cost to you) to help you with the search for a new home as well as the negotiations and paperwork involved with submitting an offer and also every step to the way of closing on you new home then I recommend you contact a few local agents that you can find on here with reputable profiles and maybe setup a time to sit down and meet with each and discuss your needs and see if you find one to be the best fit for you.
Good luck with the search and again please let us know if any specific questions not already answered. I have also included a link to see some more info including room sizes for this proeprty.... more
You could request all the info on the Title V inspection report and that will tell you what & why it failed. It'll also list the company that did the inspection. You can then ask them for an estimate on the costs involved. Also contact the local board of health for other approved private sewerage companies for their estimates on their estimate on costs. There could be minor issues involved that can be easily remedied but still made the system fail or more extensive issues such as the whole system being undersized or outdated for the property or other environmental issues.
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