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There are many values out there. "Value" depends on your needs and wants, of course. If I knew more about those, I could find you the best value in the area's you are looking to move into. Best bang for the buck depends on what compromises you are willing to make. Location? Price? Amenities? Call or e-mail me anytime and I'll see what we can do for you.
In terms of value it really depends on what your housing preferences are. Generally Concord is most expansive, followed by Lincoln, Bedford, Acton. Another option could be Littleton but that could add another 10 minutes to your commute. Further out you have Ayer, Boxborough, Stow and Maynard, out of which Ayer and Maynard are the most affordable but that will add to your commute generally 15-20 minutes. You will most likely be stuck in the morning commute at the Concord Rotary but depending on where you have to go there are back roads.
Hope this helps a bit.
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You will find the Best value the farther west you go. I live in Harvard, MA but do most of my business in Leominster, MA as it is the first 'affordable' place within a reasonable commute. For an extra 15 minutes (or less) you will save close to half the $ for a comparable house. To learn the 'real' differences, I'd be happy to speak with you.