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Home Buying in 01778 : Real Estate Advice

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Wed Jun 20, 2012
Lynne Hagopian answered:
Shana...just like other towns, Wayland has a variety of home prices starting most likely in the upper 300's to several million. I would recommend working with a buyer's agent who can recommend mortgage professionals to discuss your income to debt ratios, affordability and still have a quality of life! I would be happy to help if interested. You may reach me at 508 648 0393 or
Lynne Hagopian Realtor and Certified Buyers Agent
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Fri Feb 24, 2012
Louis Wolfson answered:
If they can't afford to look they can't afford to buy.

How much more streamline can we get than the internet?

Higher gas prices may mean higher prices for better located communities and those that have the MBTA and commuter rail. ... more
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Wed Apr 27, 2011
Anna Glebova answered:
Hi Mary,
Short answer - it depends. Time of day, proximity to the street, and part of the road all play a role. Parts with major crossings (say Cochituate rd and Old connecticut path, as well as rt 20 intersection) will be busier than the rest. Morning and evening rush hour will be rather busy - many cars on the road moving rather slow. If you have small children it might be a good idea to have a fenced in yard.
If you are concerned with driving (how long will it take, and how easy / hard will it be to merge) - again, it'll be slower during rush hour, but easy to merge. Other drivers are usually mindful of cars trying to get out of the driveway, or turn from a side street.

If you compare Cochituate rd to others, Mass Pike will be the busiest, rt 9 second busy, and Cochituate is similar to rt 30, or even less busy than that. Hope this helps, let me know if you have other questions about the area.
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