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Sat Jan 21, 2017
Lenny Harris answered:
I'm a Realtor and don't work for Trulia but, I'm not sure if there is a downside to signing up for an account...just allows you to save searches etc. If you are still reluctant to do so contact your Realtor and he will be able to do it for you. Once your pictures go out on the internet it's very hard to get them down from all the sites where they are syndicated. ... more
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Thu Jul 7, 2016
Andrew Page asked:
My family of 4 (2 kids under 4) are moving from NY to MA and based on our requirements have landed on Medway. Before we commit I'd like to hear opinions of the town. What are the positives…
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Thu Jun 23, 2016
Paul answered:
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Mon Apr 13, 2015
Al Roppolo answered:
There are several very nice areas that would fit your needs. I would be happy to assist you
Please feel free to search on my website...(Just follow my website link (my contact info is also there) ... more
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Wed Jul 16, 2014
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Tue Nov 12, 2013
Heath Coker answered:
You don't have to mention section 8.
The cat is your biggest problem.

I would use a local rental professional to save time and money and also to make sure you don't miss a great rental.


(Please note: when you choose an answer as a Best Answer, or at least give a thumbs up, it helps those who answer questions here.)
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Sat Aug 17, 2013
Sally Cannon answered:
Hello kosmo886,
The south shore is your best bet. Try looking in the towns of Abington, Braintree, Holbrook, Weymouth, Avon, and Randolph. All of these towns meet your commuting criteria and have home prices in your affordable range. If you are interested in searching in this area, I would be happy to help you. Just give me a call or send me an email, anytime....

Sally Cannon
Jack Conway Real Estate Co.
253 Beale St.
Quincy, MA
scannon@jackconway.com
781-264-2194
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Mon Mar 18, 2013
Shane Engel answered:
Totally depends on what is most important to you: schools? prices? accessibility/ public transportation into Boston? It is tough to answer this question without more details on your personal situation and what specifically you are looking to accomplish. ... more
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Thu Nov 15, 2012
dsr answered:
Houses in Dedham below $300k usually need work and are not the open layout most young buyers want. There are two very nice brand new construction condos in this price range that have high end finishes, a great layout, and the attractive Oakdale neighborhood....the listing agent is Ann Atamian of Coldwell Banker... ... more
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Sat Jul 21, 2012
Kellie answered:
East Dedham is a great place to live. Being a homeowner on Bussey St and being one of the houses that had graffiti I can assure that we do take care of our properties but unfortunately some kids have no respect for our property. There was a short period of time we were getting tagged every weekend. after multiple reports to the police - and multiple times cleaning the grafitti either the kids no longer came to the neighborhood - or didn't have bus fare anymore to come to Dedham (there is a bus line on Washington st that kids would walk down Bussey St to get). As far as streets not paved? I don't know where in East Dedham you were looking. ... more
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Sun May 29, 2011
Suzanne Sarhanis answered:
They took the house down to build a townhouse complex.

Suzanne Sarhanis
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Wed Mar 16, 2011
Tony Maziarz answered:
About across the Hannaford super market on Hancock st.
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Sun Aug 22, 2010
Kara Willis answered:
Hi there. Weathervane is a well respected over 55 adult community in the area. I have clients that live there and also know many owners personally. There are many "younger senior" owners who are not retired and still very much living with a busy work schedule. Weathervane provides a good location with the benefits of not having to deal with yard up keep, snow removal, etc. but you do pay for those conveniences monthly. Weathervane seems to have held its value over the last few years. The golf course is great and the club house will be finished sometime this year. The units are well built. There is a busy social atmosphere there as with many other adult communities, so I guess if you are social this is a good thing. If you are more private and introverted, you may not like having neighbors so close. I suppose this is might be a downside to any alternative of owning a private single family dwelling. Everyone I do know loves it there, and my mother is even contemplating living there as well. I hope this was helpful. ... more
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Sun Apr 25, 2010
Tom and Joanne Team answered:
Elrinn:

I am assuming that you had this discussion with your buyers broker?
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Wed Mar 24, 2010
Newhomebuyer answered:
I live in Highpoint... the shuttle runs every 15-20 minutes. Its like from 6-9am. Then it starts again at 6pm.

I dont think the Excelsior people are allowed to take it, but some still do anyway.

Star market is about a mile away, so its not a bad walk. the 245 bus drops people off right in front of the complex.
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Thu Feb 18, 2010
Kerry Harkins answered:
Hi,
My name is Kerry Harkins, Broker Owner of Harkins Realty Group, Inc. I moved into Franklin 3 1/2 years ago and find it a wonderful town to live in. I have yet to find an area I do not like. That said, if you need to be close to the highway, then you should look in the area near Exit 16 or 17 on 495. Part of Franklin borders Medway and if you are in Northwest Franklin, you will be further from direct highway access. On the other side, if you live on hte south westside, you will border Wrentham and Bellingham. Both nice areas, but obviously the further you live from 495, then the access isn't as good. I would be pleased to talk to you further about your needs and I'd love to help you. Please feel free to call me directly on my Cell at 508-868-5306. Email: kerry@harkinsrealtygroup.com.
Best regards,
Kerry
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Fri Jan 15, 2010
Alison Brown answered:
Hope you found your answer for commuting to Weston from Dover - Plenty of back roads to keep you off the main ones. If you have any further questions on Dover - I work for Century 21 in Dover Center and find that we have a great variety of families who find commuting from Dover not to be a challenge. Feel free to contact me for any further information you may need on the town and what it has to offer! ... more
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Fri Jan 15, 2010
Sandy Tobin answered:
Hi Joe, I think if you asked anybody in Needham they would tell you their neighborhood is best. That's because it's such a great town to live and grow up. Scott is right, there are denser neighborhoods with sidewalks and tree-lined streets where you can easily walk to town for an ice cream and then there are outlying neighborhoods where houses are spaced father apart and the zoning is one acre plus. Did you know that 25% of Needham is open space? That's what gives it its leafy feeling. There isn't a "bad" school in the district, so I think where ever you end up, you'll be happy. Hope this helps!
Sandy Tobin, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage
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Wed Dec 9, 2009
Jonathan Ashbridge answered:
Natalie,

Born and raised in Weymouth I can say I love this town. Location to everything is excellent. Neighbors are nice, schools are good, there is plenty of industry in town. One concern to note regarding schools, Weymouth has a dense, diverse population schoold tend to be over crowded almost like a city school atmosphere. For the most part Weymouth Schools have been updated, renovated or well maintained.

Depending on your commute I would suggest visting Hingham, Norwell, Scituate, Pembroke and Hanover if education is priority.

-Jonathan Ashbridge, Century 21 Abigail Adams (781)608-5007
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Wed Oct 14, 2009
Suzanne Cutler answered:
Are you looking to find the entrance to get there? At the rotary at Liberty St and Pearl St. is the entrance to Lenox Farms. Is that what you are looking for?
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