That's a great question. There are some other different variables to consider in order to determine what is the best course of action for you.
First, if you put down 20 ... more
Most banks will ask for 5% to 10% down, but first time homebuyer programs exist through Mass Housing that allow you to buy with as little as 3% down. I'd be glad to discuss ... more
this is a great question and I like your aesthetics. The value of the type of windows depends on the type of property. If you live in a condo building, I'd venture to say ... more
East Arlington, which borders Cambridge and is an easy 15/20 minute bus ride to Harvard, is an excellent option for you as it meets all of your criteria. There will al ... more
If you need a Portfolio Loan, (one which the bank does not sell to Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac), I may suggest Washington Trust in Burlington-- Matt Chabot has been wonderf ... more
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Don't return any calls.
Run a new add with a higher price.
Compare the number of calls to the first ad re ... more
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You can also go to street view and see what the walk to Harvard Square looks like.
It appears to be over a m ... more
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? ... more
Thanks for asking such a great question!
Just as with many things in life which have some complexity, if you have someone beside you who has been down the same path ... 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