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Thu Nov 17, 2016
Arlen Showstack asked:
Also, is the fee paid by the person who is looking for a room? Split between the person who is looking for a room and the person who is renting the room? Or the person who is renting the…
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Thu Apr 21, 2016
Ma2fam asked:
I am buying a place and need to figure out how to much of my rental income adds to my existing earned income.

I have entire list of earnings for several years. Each year after all e…
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Fri Apr 1, 2016
Hovanski789 answered:
It probably cost you around 25K to 50K
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Fri Jul 25, 2014
Jaloos asked:
2nd/3rd floor of 2 family, ~ 1900 square feet, 2 parking spaces tandem
rear heated porch on second floor, master with walk in closet, in unit washer/dryer on 3rd floor.
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Tue Jun 17, 2014
The Stephen FitzMaurice Team answered:
In the Portland area I would say less than 50% of clients use their garages for their cars!
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Tue May 13, 2014
Bill Niland answered:
At Washington Trust we offer asset depletion loans which will allow you to treat your assets as income. You can contact me at wcniland@washtrust.com. Bill Niland
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Thu Jan 30, 2014
Arlene Ktona answered:
Belmont is very desirable place to live. Relatively small town close to Boston, with a highly regarded school system. Belmont has very good resale value.
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Tue Aug 20, 2013
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We offer portfolio jumbo loans for multi family property.

Greg Bleyl
216-496-0211
greg.bleyl@charteronebank.com
NMLS 117969
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Tue Jul 9, 2013
Territory.com answered:
If the mortgage contingency expired prior to your loan application getting rejected from the bank or prior to you or your attorney formally exercising the mortgage contingency your deposit may not be protected. I would contact and consult your real estate attorney asap.

Territory Real Estate
Massachusetts Premier Destination for Home Buyer's
617 848 5407 ext 704
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Sat Mar 30, 2013
Bill Scott answered:
I am looking to buy 2 family in Belmont for myself. Pls call me at (617)595-1917 or email me at suelai0408@gmail.com. Thanks, Sue
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Sun Dec 25, 2011
Mikel DeFrancesco answered:
MA -

Go see your local building and zoning dept.... you will find them very helpful. With the proper approvals ( or variance if needed ) in hand and making the building safe and conforming for it's new use... Yes you can.

Good Luck!

Success! Real Estate – Mikel DeFrancesco
Real Estate in Massachusetts
direct: 617-755-8272
mike@successinmass.com www.SuccessInMass.com
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Tue Mar 22, 2011
Louis Wolfson answered:
Just installed the top of the line Buderus 5 section boiler with a superstore 60 gallons. Total cost was 5750 less the energy credit from nstar. Not sure on the baseboard cost as it would depend on how much is needed and how many floors your talking about. ... more
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Thu Dec 30, 2010
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2 units are fine. I just had a 4-unit condominium project approved in Belmont and know the process. It took 5 weeks from submission to FHA, not counting the time to assimilate the documents needed to submit the application. You should NOT submit an incomplete application but othewise it's not a real complex process. Anyone can do it through what HUD' (FHA's parent agency) calls HRAP. It's easier with 2-4 units than with larger developments. Contact the HUD Home Ownership Center by phone at 800-CALL FHA. They'll assist you in the process or ask your mortgage professional to do it for you.

Tom
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Wed Jun 4, 2008
Cyndie Gawain answered:
You need to get several bids from reputable contractors in your area to determine the cost. Look at the selling price/square foot in your neighbood and then times that by the added square footage to determine if it is economically a good idea. It usually is! ... more
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