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Fri Jul 6, 2012
Msans2 answered:
I say $265/sf plus land, but upwards from depending on quality of kitchen and appliances
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Thu Feb 23, 2012
Scott A. Nelson answered:
To add living space and especially sleeping space is particularly difficult. As mentioned below you'll need not only the building department/inspectional services approval but also a review by the local fire department most likely. Fire/carbon monoxide and building codes have significantly changed over the last several years across Massachusetts. If it can be legally done then yes it could represent an increase but you'll also need to take into account items like parking situations, existing rules & regulations & bylaws & condo docs. How marketable these units would be and what their increase in total property value and the weighted costs of adding & maintaining them.

Hope that helps,
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Sun Mar 9, 2008
Sean Fields answered:
I can only speak to the lower and outer cape...Feb to May is considered "prime ", then again in Sept- Nov.
Many properties here serve as lucrative summer rentals from June- Labor can be difficult to show during this period and as it is custom for buyers that wish to close on a property that is rented to receive the rental receipts, many sellers prefer to market / negotiate more "flexibly" on the shoulders of the summer season...make sense? ... more
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