I think there are some great answers below but honestly there is no substitute for learning neighborhoods than visiting and experiencing them 1st hand. There are many crim ... more
These may be nice units, but they have issues for lenders because there are so few units.
Many times they are bought by people without a loan.
Keep in ... more
I have a feeling you already have a good idea what its worth but also know that the market is in your favor and are ready to have a professional RE Agent (at no cost to you) f ... more
It would seem to more productive for you to choose a local real estate professiional and get some targeted updates on a daily basis.
Ta ... more
Here is everything available in Cambridge:
http://www.territory.com/search?search_string=CAMBRIDGE&min_price=&max_price=&min_beds=&max_be ... more
In the info we are able to send, all that is needed is a request to include the UA and/or Sold properties and Voila - they come to ... more
This could be a tough order and the best way to approach this is to work with a broker who will help you target properties that match your needs. If you are working with the ri ... more
170 Gore Street, "The Pavilion" was built in 1986 as condominiums. At the time of its construction, the units were marketed as less expensive alte ... more
Asking will sometimes open up the owner or the agent to letting you know more than they normally would.
If they wil not negotiate, they may not want you as a tenan ... more
After that, using a real estate professional is best.
Sometimes driving in the neighborhood you want to live in will help you also.
(Please ... more
Chris Triantos 6 ... more
Anyone can buy property in the US. For internationals, cash is best.
There are fees associated with your purchase. Typically there are condo fees to maintain your investment ... more
Congratulations, its always nice to hear feedback and the results.