There are hundreds on towns in Massachusetts!
Ideally, you want to pick a county- example: Worcester, Suffolk, Norfolk. etc, and Identify what you like in the area. What excites you about the town?... more
Trulia does not allow you to post a home on her as for sale by owner. You must either be an agent or working with an agent in order to do so. If you're looking to sell your home yourself, I recommend using zillow.com or forsalebyowner.com
Hi Brad, I have never built a deck in Boston, but I have in the Rochester area. In my experience you should get a few quotes from contractors, choose which one you want to have help you, and then move forward with telling them what you want. One thing I'd recommend is waterproofing your deck, especially if you aren't going to have it covered by an awning or anything. http://www.hallmarkwaterproofing.com... more
Hi ,my name is Omar my question is:
I'm a seller today at 3 Pm is the closing of my home. But my Layer call me a 2:00Pm and tell me to don't go to the closing because the buyer don't get the packet ready When I ask him about what packet , he tell me they have problem with Bank of America to get the money for the loan. So they push me real hard to make repair and cleaning and to empty the house , making me to loose a week at my work to accomplish the task and causing me stress. Is posible by a law to get some compensation from the buyer because that problem?... more
You can qualify for a loan with a debt ratio as high as 50%. Qualifying for the the tax credit has no bearing on what your debt ratio is. Simply if you can buy a home in the period outlined as a first homebuyer or an upgrader (within time constraints), you qualify.
Feel free to contact me if you have further questions.... more
Abby..You can definitely purchase the home...the down side is that a mortgage is usually based on a certain percentage that the bank will lend. If the house comes under the appraised value you may have to make up the difference. If you love the house and plan to live in it for about 3 to 5 years it still would be a wise investment.. we find homes here on the Cape sometimes not appraising, but the Buyer is willing to pay the difference..or get a smaller loan..I wish you luck...It is a wonderful adventure...Donna Lapsley... more