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MaryAnn Riel, Real Estate Pro in 01590
MaryAnn Riel answered:
How do you convert 2 condos back into a single-owner 2-family house?
Check with the assessors office in your town and see if tax savings are likely if the conversion were completed. Two condos are usually more valuable than a two family and if you ever n ... more
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Tom Matthews…, Real Estate Pro in Boston, MA
Tom Matthews & Joanne Taranto answered:
I'll try and keep this short.. My parents own a beautiful 2 family home in Quincy. They are both in there 70's but in great health. My
Christine:

If your not going to do the project yourself you might be best to sell the property as is and keep it a two family. There is such tight financing in today's market t ... more
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DebOnTheWeb…, Real Estate Pro in Medford, MA
DebOnTheWeb (Deb Agliano) answered:
We own a condo in a 2-family house where we'd like to stay long-term.
Hi Pam,

Congratulations on asking a question that I haven't heard in my 17 years of selling real estate around Somerville! Yes, you're right that a new deed would need to be drawn u ... more
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