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You can use the tax records, but sometimes there has been a recent sale and the tax records are not up to date, or the name is of an entity and not a person.
By looking at the history of ownership in the appropriate registry of deeds you can usually find out the actual name of an owner.
A good real estate professional can help with this, or you can try to learn it yourself online.
Registry of deeds list of links
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John, looking at multifamily homes are a better option for those that are handy and have a willingness to manage their property with tenants. Even better news for you is that FHA will allow you to purchase a multifamily if it fits into their underwriting criteria. You would be able to purchase a multifamily in a higher price range because they factor in the amount of rent the property gets. These properties only require 3.5% for a down payment, it makes strong financial sense for a first time home buyer. I publish an updated list of these properties in Massachusetts. I can email the list to you.... more
ErikHook has the right idea. I am licensed in three state as a broker. When someone comes to me that is looking in multiple states, I work as the primary contact and coordinate with an agent in the other state. It keeps the process focused and all working together.... more
Wisest is truly what your heart tells you. The business end of real estate can't be your only concern. You need to come home to it every day, don't make it a purchase that you are just waiting to sell to get something else.
Travel time is a real concern, so you should factor that in. One or two days in the next couple of weeks, try driving to where you might want to live when you get out of work. How is the drive time?
I say a garden today is more important than a hypothesis on future value. With (Realtors) or without (buyer) experience, it still is a long term guess on future property values. Go get a veggie garden in a place you can get to and from each day.
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