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Moving in Boston : Real Estate Advice

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Tue Jul 8, 2014
Everett Palozej answered:
Hello,

If you need assistance in the process of looking for a new home, I would love to be of help to you! Please let me know, you can email me at everett.palozej@raveis.com or call me at (860) 716-1029. I look forward to hearing from you.

Everett Palozej
William Raveis Real Estate
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Sun May 26, 2013
Heath Coker answered:
I would use a local rental professional to save time and money and also to make sure you don't miss a great rental.


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Tue Jan 1, 2013
Sarah Goulart Nathe answered:
As you have probably figured out, it will be very little :-). You probably know from your own accounts that interest rates in bank accounts is nominal right now.
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Tue Dec 13, 2011
Eric Hanlon answered:
The affordable part is based on what you can afford/budget. Hire an agent that works for you. As for safe. What is safe? Someting real estate agents in Massachusetts can't comment on. Agents, stay away from the second part of this question.... It's not our place to speak of such things... ... more
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Mon Aug 15, 2011
Mark D. Strickland answered:
Robin,

The Boston Business Journal this morning had this to say about Milton:

"The town of Milton, home to Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick, has been named the second-best place to live in Money Magazines annual list of the countrys 100 best small towns."

I can provide you with additional details, and help you find your ideal home there. Why not live in the second best smaller town in all of the USA - just a few miles south of where you are currently living???

Please contact me through my website below for complimentary, private consultation.

Kind regards,

Mark
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Sat Feb 19, 2011
CH Naamad asked:
Please feel free to contact me via Trulia, or through BLRBoston.com
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Wed Dec 16, 2009
Anna M Brocco answered:
FAIR HOUSING LAWS--real estate professionals are prohibited from “steering”—enticing a buyer to purchase, or not, in specific neighborhoods; so, you should check out demographics on your own to assure your comfort level can be reached. Keep in mind opinions are just that--as far as safety is concerned visit local police departments and ask away. ... more
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Wed Jul 15, 2009
Jackie O'Connor answered:
Hello Laura,

I second the suggestions for meeting with a loan officer to find out what your credit is. I could refer you to some who would coach you to improve your credit/finances until you are ready to buy. There is no charge to meet with someone to go over tips with you. Just let me know!

Jackie
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Tue Apr 21, 2009
Judy Boyle answered:
Just playing the Devil's Advocate here....if your fiance is "set on living in downtown Boston" could it be because she desires being in the heart of city living...close to great restaurants....theatres...night life??? If that's the case, why not look at living right in downtown Worcester itself?????

I was born and raised on the South Shore of Boston so Boston was always MY TOWN. I have to say, however, I have lived in Worcester County for five years now and I find Worcester offers everything I need in City Life (but I don't admit that to Boston Mayor Menino). The housing market is more affordable too! Just a thought.....
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