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 your email when they happen.
A good relationship with a local professional is usually faster and more helpful than website that sells leads.
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Honestly the best possible source of infomation is through a Realtor and the MLS ( Multiple Listing Service) which is the database that agents use. Many of the .com websites have poor or inacurate data due. This can be caused by data entry errors or a slow feed from the MLS system. Honestly this year the Cambridge market is on fire and good properties in good locations are sold extremely quick.
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If you find the property you will see the status on the upper left corner of the property picture.
Otherwise shoot us an email with the address and we will let you know, no strings attached.
Territory.com, Massachusetts Real Estate Agency for Buyer's
The best way?
...or send me an email.
I can usually tell you on the spot or, if you prefer, you can receive an email alert as soon as the information is known.
Unfortunately, services like Trulia and Zillow are often out of date with the information they publish on their websites. The best way to keep abreast of the current state of the market is to maintain a good working relationship with a broker you trust, one who specializes in the area you are targeting, and to let that broker keep you posted on new listings, price reductions and status changes. Some types of property, such as multi family houses and also a number of single family homes sell very quickly in Cambridge and Somerville, and many do so with multiple offers and predetermined deadlines for submitting an offer. A good agent will keep you posted on a regular basis, so that you don't miss out on that perfect property that you've been waiting for!
Hope that helps!
Tom von Zabern
all properties are flagged in mls when they are under agreement. If you are looking to buy a property your buyers agent can tell you this, and if you do not have one you should hire one to assist you and it does not cost you anything. If we can be of assistance contact us. Good luck with your search. Wen - email@example.com
How are you? The way you are able to identify a property is under agreement or sold if not clearly indicated online is by asking a realtor. Did you have a property in mind? Please feel free to email with mls id or address!
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