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Thu Nov 8, 2012
Terry McCarley answered:
The owner / seller is still responsible up until the closing takes place.
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Sun Jun 10, 2012
Christine Smith answered:
Well, the first question is whether or not the condition has been taken into consideration already in the listing price or is it priced as if it needs no updating. But beyond that this is where your buyer agent can really help you out. He or she should be able to do a market analysis of the property comparing it to similar homes in the area and making adjustments for condition. Your buyer agent is there to help assess all of this and help you decide what to offer.

Good luck with your home search!
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Tue Sep 20, 2011
Nancy Dimodica asked:
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Thu Sep 19, 2013
Scott A. Nelson answered:
You should sit down with your agent & their broker to review the marketing of your property. What the current price is, what comparable properties are selling for & the feedback from any showings. You might also want to speak to an attorney & your broker about exploring a short sale position. Unfortunatly properties are taking a bit longer to sell in many markets.

Hope that helps,
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Sun Aug 22, 2010
Nancy Leo answered:
Weathervane is a nice complex. However is a little pricey -- what price range would you like to be in?
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Thu Aug 14, 2014
Anna M Brocco answered:
If you haven't yet visited with any qualified loan officer(s), do so--see exactly what your budget can handle and check your credit score--he/she can best advise you on closing costs and other relevant information. ... more
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Tue Oct 2, 2012
Scott A. Nelson answered:
You should sit down with an attorney to review your situation & how the house was passed to you and your specific rights. You may end up having to find her a place to go and pay for her move this is called "cash for keys" but before you attempt this an attorney can best advise you.

Hope that helps,
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Wed Jul 25, 2012
Dakota Riley answered:
I currently reside in Weymouth and have sold several properties in and around the area. As with all towns there are a handfull of pros and cons to weigh. It would help to know your top specific concerns and deal with each one in detail. Please feel free to contact me at and I would be happy to assist you in your search. I hope all is well. Thanks! ... more
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Sat Sep 12, 2009
Scott A. Nelson answered:
It would probably depend on he type of title issues and the sellers ability to get the issues cleared up. Some may be easy others may involve more work. You should probably either have your buyers agent/attorney or yourself personally contact the listing agent regarding the timeline. Just because it's been taken off the market doesn't necessarily mean the sellers are no longer under contract with their listing agent/broker. ... more
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Sun Apr 25, 2010
Scott A. Nelson answered:
If a property is priced correctly it should sell at asking price, in a perfect world. When a property is well priced it should sell pretty close to asking. You would have to look at your comparable properties, look deeper into other reasons why they might have sold for less i.e. condition, size, lot, setting, features etc. then also look at what was available at the time they sold. There's always a buyers concern if they offered too much or could have offered less, that's normal. I'm finding more and more properties going for asking price or sometimes even more depending on the circumstances.

Congratulations on your new home, I hope you enjoy many years there :)
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Wed Nov 13, 2013
Shepard Long answered:
Canterbury Crossing on Route 37 in Holbrook is a nice complex. All of the units are 2 bedrooms and 2 baths. Monthly fee is $200 and small pets are OK. There is currently 1 unit for sale for $179,900. 2 units sold in March for $163,000 and $165,000.

If you'd like more info, let me know.
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Tue Jan 15, 2013
Wen Farina answered:

there various condo buildings in Weymouth such as Tall Oaks which has great units. It is hard to tell which one would be the best fit for you without any information (i.e. price range, bdrs, baths etc..) feel free to contact me if youd like to get a report on the condos in weymouth; also if you'd like to learn more about the community you can go to and click on community profile

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Sun Jun 29, 2008
Irena answered:
registry of deeds.
Some offer online resources, some you need to call or go there.
You belong to Norfolk county so
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Mon Mar 18, 2013
Veronique Mendelson answered:
Weymouth has been getting more and more popular since the Big Dig is done. Better commute by car and the commuter rail have made a difference.
I have helped several relocation clients in that area. They usually like the proximity of the ocean and Cape Cod.
Check for more info!
Good luck!
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