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Thu Oct 6, 2016
Cassandra C asked:
Sat Jun 8, 2013
Heath Coker answered:
I would contact a local lending professional to help with this answer.
There is not enough detail in your question.

I know this guy can be helpful: rtranchell@totalmortgage.com
Bob Tranchell Total Mortgage Services LLC (508) 367-5731 cell


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Mon Feb 4, 2013
Territory.com answered:
public record.
Last ten years there have been two owners. Sold in 1999 for $151,000 and 2009 for $191,000

Territory.com
Massachusetts Premier Buyer Brokerage
617 848 5407 x701
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Fri Dec 21, 2012
Marcus Guerrier answered:
There are 18 neighborhoods, Harbor Point, Uphams Corner, Jones Hill, Savin Hill, Meeting House Hill, Mount Bowdoin, Four Corners, Fields Corner, Pope's Hill, Neponset, Port Norfolk, Adams Village, Peabody Square, Ashmont, Lower Mills, Codman Square Franklin Field & Cedar Grove. All of these places are T accessible most of which are connected by either the highspeed trolley or the Redline T. The others are along major bus routes that either connect to Ashmont, Dudley or Ruggles. ... more
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Tue Aug 30, 2011
Tom and Joanne Team answered:
Kristen:

The $7,500 dollars is going to pay for the buyer's closing costs. For the seller in a scenario like this would have to pay tax stamp of $4.56 per thousand the property sells for and in this situation that would be roughly $1,094. Then you have the deed drafting. Those are the basic seller closing costs. All the best ... more
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Mon Aug 29, 2011
Mikel DeFrancesco answered:
Hi Misspen,

No they do not... have you ever had an appraisal that gave you a value and the highest/best use? What is the zoning? At $400/month you are putting a value on it around $50K-$80K, have you weighed the hassle of renting vs selling? Lastly on a vacant lot, there would not likely be many approved uses .. your best bet is to
1) determine if it is buildable and if so sell as a buildable lot or
2) if not... sell to an abutter as accessory land.
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Sat May 17, 2008
Jonathan Bowen answered:
Are you the Joe Godlewski that is an agent with William Raveis in Boston? If so, why are you calling yourself a "Home Buyer" instead of a "Real Estate Pro"?
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