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Market Conditions in Brookline : Real Estate Advice

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Wed Feb 12, 2014
Ryan asked:
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Wed Jan 12, 2011
Giti Saeidian answered:
Hello Oxford,

It is about a year past since you posted your question. Any action yet??

The respond to your question is really based on what you are planing to do? If you are a seller and buyer at the same time, as long as you buy "like kind property" (multifamily for multifamily and condo for condo, or single family for single family) there is no capital gain due to government. and if there is any, it is after 500K deduction if you file your taxes joint , and $250K if you file single.
I would be happy to talk to you about your options, and since my specialty is in Brookline real estate, I would be able to price your home to sell based on my experience in this market, and find you a suitable place too.

You can reach me at 617-966-9823.

Regards,
Giti Saeidian
Chobee Hoy Associates
18 Harvard Street
Brookline MA
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Tue Nov 2, 2010
Tean Wong answered:
The way sellers and buyers see things are not the same. You might say, this is a very good price, what the most important opinion is from the market. You should really talk to someone who knows the market, and pick his/her brain on how much it should be listed for, how to market it, what is the market condition now and in the next few weeks. Please take it more seriously than you think the selling process will be. The idea you have now might not be the same after you put the property in the market. ... more
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Thu Oct 21, 2010
Louis Wolfson answered:
Rabind,

The following markets are always in demand and hold values Belmont, Brookline, Concord, Dover, Lexington, Needham, Newton, Wellesley and Weston. Reason is LOCATION, LOCATION, SCHOOLS

Louis

Representing Greater Boston's Finest Builders and Communities.
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