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Middleboro : Real Estate Advice

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Wed Mar 16, 2016
theresa jean asked:
He is 10 years old very friendly and loves people.
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Mon Jan 4, 2016
Dan Tabit answered:

Rent to owns are rare and even more rarely are they a good deal for the renter/buyer. The vast majority of rent to own renter/buyer's never end up buying the house. They are a great deal for the landlord/Seller as they get to collect large up front deposits and over market rent only to do it all over again in the same house. I consider it basically immoral and predatory in most cases.

Resolving credit issues isn't rocket science and a local mortgage lender can and often do assist buyers with this. Many things you can do yourself, others the lender can direct or assist you with.

Most people in this position are far better off renting the least expensive place they can stand to live in and save up some down payment, get on a budget and fix their credit. Once you are qualified, you can select any listed property in your price range and you've fixed the issues that hurt your credit.
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Sat Oct 4, 2014
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Wed Mar 26, 2014
Linda Vintro answered:
Did you post this question about an apartment in Middleboro MA? With blizzard warnings for our area today on this late day in March I wonder why you would leave warm and sunny AZ?!!
But Middleboro is affordable for what you are looking for-- one bedrooms with heat can be found for $800-$900 per month.
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Fri Dec 27, 2013
Kyle W. Belken, CRS answered:
Hi Michael.....I have a 2br apartment available in Middleboro for $1,000 that includes heat and hot water....I may be reached at 508 941 1998....Happy New Year!
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Wed Dec 11, 2013
Barbara Brant answered:
Hi Rachel,

I'm excited to hear you are looking to live in Middleboro! I also reside in town and it is a great place to live.

I am very experienced with rentals in the Middleboro area and would be happy to speak with you and arrange to show you some apartments.

Please give me a call at 774-766-8439 so we can discuss what you are looking for and what is available. I look forward to speaking with you.

Take Care
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Sat Oct 5, 2013
Ray Vernon answered:
Len, there are currently 4 good properties in Oak Point that meet your price point & if you email me your email address then I can send them to you to review & will be happy to show them to you ! Reach me at: or call/text me at 508-889-6765. ... more
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Sat Oct 5, 2013
Ray Vernon answered:
Hi Len ! I specialize in Oak Point & have done considerable business in there over the last 8+ years as a seniors real estate specialist (SRES). Please call me me anytime on my cell 508-889-6765 or email me at & do visit my website at:
Happy to help you in any way I can. Ray Vernon.
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Sat Oct 5, 2013
Rene' Fairbrother answered:
Always work with a local Realtor and be very honest about what you are looking for. Someone who knows the area will be able to guide you to the locations that fit your description and that are within your budget and other criteria. House hunting can be rewarding and a lot of fun for an out of town Buyer with the right real estate professional. ... more
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Sun Aug 4, 2013
Wen Farina answered:
You can go through the registry of deed records, get your own buyer's agent to assist you and/or you can wait until the banks put the house back on the market. I'd also look into and learn the Massachusetts foreclosure process to save you time. ... more
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Sat Jun 15, 2013
Wang Dong answered:
one time a kid in the schools there took a dump on my car.

That said the schools are still schools!
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Sat Feb 23, 2013
Louis Wolfson answered:
Market values are imposible to predict. That said no matter when you buy or sell your buying power is the same. Meaning in a down market you sell and have to buy you buy another home thats values are depressed, in a strong market you sell and when you buy you are paying more.

The problem now is real estate is over valued in general by 50%

Why you ask, well most of the country is on fixed incomes. We have unrealistic interest rates. for a healty economy is should be 6-7% you do the math present interest rates 3% go to 6% your buying power just got cut in half.

Stay in a home if you like the home, like the community, like the schools, work nearby and feel that it will keep par with the market.
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Wed Feb 13, 2013
Barbara Brant answered:
Hi Amy

I have not seen this home but it is in a lovely area of Middleboro and the pictures look very nice. The information does state it needs some TLC so keep that in mind.

I also noticed that this listing is a short sale which means the seller owes more than the market value and cannot financially pay for the house. With this type of listing the seller presents an offer to the bank less than the mortgage balance and asks the bank to accept that amount.

I do alot of work with short sales and have seen some good deals as short sales typically sell for less than market value. I always tell my customers that a short sale is not for everyone because it can take a long time for the bank to make their decision on whether to accept the offer. If you have a specific time line or are selling a house and need to go right into this one it probably would not work for you.

I would be happy to speak with you, as a buyer's agent I can represent your best interest and not the sellers.

I am the REMAX Representative for Middleboro, live in the town and know the community extremely well.

Feel free to call me at 774-766-8439 or email me at and I will be happy to discuss this property and any others with you and schedule showings.

Take Care
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Tue Feb 5, 2013
Pamela Coletti answered:
There are several homes in the area that price range, it would depend on how much sweat equity you were looking to put into it. Most in that price range will need some sort of work. You could check for yourself on my web site -

If you have any other questions, please don't hesitate to contact me...

Pamela Coletti, SFR, Realtor
Millbrook Realty
(508) 441-9410

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