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Home Selling in Plymouth : Real Estate Advice

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Mon Oct 2, 2017
Mary answered:

Please note the when you list your property on Zillow, it will need 24 to 48 hours for the listing data to syndicate to syndicate to Trulia. Upon checking, I've seen that the photos of your For Sale By Owner listing already appeared on the property listing page.

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Mon Dec 5, 2016
Lilykuo asked:
27 days listed on Zillow. Please correct "180 plus days" on Trulia.
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Fri Apr 11, 2014
Ron Larrivee answered:
I’ve been considering taking a look at properties at White Cliffs - can you forward a link to me so that I can look at pictures - also, what is the HOA fee monthly or quarterly on your unit; taxes, etc.


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Mon Jan 13, 2014
Louis Wolfson answered:
The answer is there are no laws against selling your home to anyone you want, unless it is stated in the deed or loan documents.

As to who you should contact your accountant may be more appropriate to let you know the ramifications to both you and to the one who gifted it to you. ... more
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Mon Feb 13, 2012
Heath Coker answered:
I am not a lwayer, but I looked at your deed online. She granted her interest to you in November of 2009.
You appear to be the sole owner of record.
The tax records also show you as the only addressee on the tax bill, although that is not always the best indicator.
When Joe Proctor notarized the deed on 11/9/09, and the wittnesses signed that they wittnessed it, you are the grantee and she is the grantor.
I think you can be at ease that you are the only owner.

There were many deeds before the one to you and your ex, but none of those provide any ownership to any previous owners if that deed has been completed and recorded correctly.

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Mon Dec 5, 2011
Heath Coker answered:
It seems you have a residency question. Residency in another state can help avoid tax issues in MA. What does your accountant say?
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Thu Jul 14, 2011
Adrienne Hollis answered:
Here is a complete explanation on the Mass tax stamps:
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Fri May 20, 2011
Sean Pearson answered:
There are plenty of people that are looking for homes with ahdicapped accessability. Do let it hold you back.
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Wed Mar 9, 2011
Rip Prs answered:
It's no secret...the greens at Waverly have gone to crap due to lack of maintenance. I hear it all the time....."screw Waverly I'd rather play at the Pnehills or Cross Winds" Golfers have so many options in the area Waverly is loosing there fan base by the busload. Waverly best get the idea that the studio is kaput and if they want to get thefgolfers back they better start taking care of the place and start promoting what they had befpore they got STARS and $$$ signs in there eyes.. ... more
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Fri Jul 16, 2010
Jak answered:
Plymouth, Ma. is a beautiful town near Cape Cod with great residents. Downtown with the shops and waterfront restaurants is beautiful. Many great beaches and golf courses. However, the Plymouth Rock Studios appears to be a sham business enterprise that fooled many locals. During a time of need to grow local jobs many wanted to believe in "Hollywood East". Sadly for many reasons, the biggest being financing, this project will NOT be built. Move to Plymouth for its beauty. The studios will not impact the real estate market positively and may hurt the town in the long run. ... more
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Thu Feb 25, 2010
Michael Peppino answered:
I think you must be referring to Massachusetts Tax Stamps which are $ 4.56 per 1,000 dollars of the selling price. So an example would be if you shold your home for 100,000 the tax stamp would be $456.00 & if the home sold for $ 300,000 the tax stamp would be $ 1,368. This would be subtracted from your proceeds at the day of the closing. If you have any other questions you can give Michael Peppino a call at 617-875-4352 ... more
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Wed Jan 6, 2010
Jennifer Sylvester answered:
No - However, all homes sold in Plymouth must comply with the Title V regulations as dictated by the state and town bylaws. The septic system needs to comply with Title V within 2 years of a deed transfer. I'd be happy to outline how this specifically pertains to your situation - feel free to contact me directly to talk more.

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