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In My Neighborhood in Middlesex County : Real Estate Advice

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Tue May 10, 2016
12warecambridge asked:
Fri Jan 8, 2016
Kelly DeLuca answered:
I am not in Summer Village. Summer Village is a summer resort like property.
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Fri Jan 8, 2016
Kelly DeLuca asked:
400's. We are in a town house development. The estimate you have for our is low 200's. It seems crazy! Stinks because some banks use this a bit for refinancing purposes. Thoughts?
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Sun Jul 6, 2014
Craig Chemaly answered:
Hi there! The closest serious transportation hub to Carlisle is Lowell, MA. That said, there are a number of "park & rides" near you and also Waltham has a commuter rail stop, depending on where you live in Carlisle. Luckily for you, Lowell is both close by and would also give you a reverse commute, allowing you to avoid a lot of traffic! ... more
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Fri Dec 6, 2013
bcalhoun answered:
I don't know how accurate it is, but you can look here. http://www.city-data.com/city/Dracut-Massachusetts.html
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Wed Aug 14, 2013
bgarner110 answered:
Still looking for a House with acres, water & barn a plus in littleton colorado or within 30 minutes of, cattle allowed a must, thanx
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Sun Feb 10, 2013
Rebecca Hall answered:
Hi,
I live at a condo about 5 minute walk away, located between N and S campus, closer to S campus. We have extra space in our off-street lot and have thought about renting it out, maybe 2 spaces. How many years might you be interested? part year or year-round? ... more
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Mon Dec 24, 2012
Chris Doherty answered:
Typically a property management company charges 7-10 percent of he monthly rent. Let us knoepw if you are looking for a company to manage your unit. Www.dohertyproperties.com
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Fri Dec 14, 2012
Jon Nichols answered:
Any home can flood. The real question is which ones are less likely to flood, and what can you do to keep them from flooding.

Topography: You do not want a house that is at the bottom of a hill. You always want to see a place where the water can go other than in your basement. Don't forget your basement is built pretty much the same way you build a swimming pool. Make sure that the grading is as such that the water runs away from your home.

Gutters: Make sure that the gutters are clean and the downspouts are connected. There should be extensions at the base of the downspouts or a french drain system. Don't let the water pour right back into the home.

Sump pump: Contrary to many people, I like sump pumps. Do you buy a car without windshield wipers because you HOPE it is not going to rain? If you have a high water table and even if you don't, a sump pump can really help. Again, make sure that the pipe exits away from the foundation. BTW, it is illegal to put your sump pump into the sewer system.
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Mon Jan 23, 2012
Heath Coker answered:
Every site has pros and cons. This one has a place to be found, but it also distracts from the source of the information. They often have dated and incorrect info. They are in the business of selling ads and collecting emails rather than selling real estate.



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Mon Dec 5, 2011
Heath Coker answered:
If you're working 3rd shift you can make the trip very quickly - 20 minutes. If you are going to be traveling from 5-8am and 3-7pm, I'd plan an hour, and if you get there earlier you can celebrate. Of course if you are spending an hour or more commuting, why not live on Cape Cod? ... more
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Mon Oct 31, 2011
Chris Keating answered:
Mon Oct 10, 2011
Christine Moran Realtor & Notary answered:
They are both under agreement. You should get a buyers agent to email you listings before they are gone.
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Sat Oct 8, 2011
Robert Clifford answered:
Basic information is available at this site. Simply put in the address or zip code. You can even get e-mail updates.

https://www.crimereports.com/

A visit to the local police department is always a good idea. ... more
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Mon May 30, 2011
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Thu May 5, 2011
Andrew Kaknes answered:
Eugene C. Winter would know the historical significance of any home in Lowell. He was the president of the Lowell Historical Society, works for Phillips Academy at the Peabody Museum as an Historical Archivist and is very active with the Tewksbury Historical Society.

David E. Marcus, the current president of the Tewksbury Historical Society is also very knowledgeable is this area too.

http://www.tewksburyhistoricalsociety.org/newsletter/winter.html
http://www.andover.edu/MUSEUMS/MUSEUMOFARCHAEOLOGY/Pages/default.aspx
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Mon Mar 28, 2011
Lesley Palmiter answered:
Hi D-
I'm the listing agent for 20 South. Yes, the complex is pet friendly. In fact many people have pets and plan to get them soon! As of Spring 2011 there is still no size or weight limitation.
Come on by. You can reach me at lesley.palmiter@gmail.com
Thanks!
Lesley
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Thu Mar 10, 2011
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