Without knowing the exact house, it is hard to say since many factors come into play. That said, looking just at Single Family homes in Chestnut Hill, 24 sold in the last 12 months at an average price of $1.6M. Taking a more narrow view of just 3 bedroom homes, 4 sold at an average price of $958K. If you want more details feel free to reach out. Thanks!... more
It seems like you have thought about a lot of the things you would need. I would suggest that you focus on the search to ensure you're getting all of the help you need from the best available professionals. The last thing you want to deal with is something being done wrong because you hired someone inexperienced. Get references for all of the services you think you'll need. Meet them to get quotes and decide if you like them, then hire the best one. That way, you should get the best help available to you.
Lynn is a very dangerous city. However, there are some good cities in the area. LynnFIELD and Swampscott are safe. If you can only afford to live in Lynn, I would suggest the part near Kings Beach.... more
This is a great area to raise your children in a safe environment. They have a solid school system with great teachers. All of the ammenities you need are here. Grocery store, shopping mall, hospital, restaurants, medical facilities, and so much more.... more
For a VA loan does Townhome = Condo?We're approved for a VA loan and are trying to purchase a tow home. From my understanding townhomes (attached, in a complex) fall under the same requirements as condos, in that, they have
I am a Realtor and an attorney and I would love to help you find a home and assist you in getting a mortgage that works for your situation. I can say that I was able to recently buy a home through Navy Federal Credit Union, that was not VA or USDA, with no money down and no PMI. The trade off, my interest rate was a little higher than what i wanted, but i can refinance into a lower interest rate when the time comes. My specific lender is geared toward working with active duty military as well as veterans, so their terms are slightly more favorable for their customers, but we can investigate some options that would work for you to get you into a home when you are ready to move forward.
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You should start working with a Realtor who is knowledgeable and can help you through the process, including helping you with getting pre-approved and then showing you homes that fit within your budget. I am a Realtor in the Plymouth County and surrounding areas. I am also an attorney with years of contracting and negotiating experience that I use to effectively help clients find the home that best fits their needs at a price that fits their budget. I would love to get you started and help you find your home if you are not already working with someone. Please feel free to give me a call (508)317-1209 or send me an email email@example.com and we can start this process for you as soon as you are ready.... more
This really depends on the contract that you have signed and the wording in the contract. If you contact the builder and ask them about changing lots and they give you any pushback then it is best to contact an attorney and have them review the contract to see if you have room in the terms of the agreement to make that switch. I am a Realtor but am also an attorney and may be able to assist you if needed. My email is firstname.lastname@example.org and my phone is (508)317-1209... more