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Tue Apr 8, 2014
Selma Apovian answered:
lease options are really hard to come buy
you would need to put a pric eon the home with a good deposit
before a seller would consider
your best bet is to just try to get a rental in the area you wnat

will check MLS for you if you just want dracut
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Sat Jun 8, 2013
Heath Coker answered:
43b Wilmington DE.
Is it a code or something?


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Thu Feb 17, 2011
Amy Mullen answered:
Maria,

Here you are:

MLS # 71173901 - Active
Single Family - Detached
43 Redgate Rd List Price: $349,900
Dracut, MA 01826
Middlesex County
Style: Colonial Color: Gray
Total Rooms: 7 Bedrooms: 3
Full/Half/Master Baths: 2/1/Yes Fireplaces: 0
Grade School: Middle School:
High School:
Directions: Nashua Road to Redgate
Remarks
Beautiful Five year young colonial in newer subdivision. Attached oversized one car garage. Custom kitchen with maple cabinets. Upgraded appliances and island. Master Bedroom with full bath and walk in closet. Hardwood and tile flooring. Sliders to deck. Finished family in lower level. Central air. Professionally landscaped with irrigation system. Town water and sewer.

MLS # 71184170 - Active
Single Family - Detached
702 Broadway Rd List Price: $349,000
Dracut, MA 01826-2727
Middlesex County
Style: Colonial Color: Sienna
Total Rooms: 7 Bedrooms: 3
Full/Half/Master Baths: 2/0/ Fireplaces: 1
Grade School: Middle School:
High School:
Directions: Route 113 is Broadway
Remarks
Wonderful Colonial with many updates including newer kitchen, carpets, interior paints, sits on 1.7 acres of land. Abuts 31 acres of Permanent Open Space/Agricultural Preservation Restriction program land so you will always have a stunning view. The 14,000 sq ft Barn has 4 stories, drive in basement, drive through 1st floor, gift shop, commercial candy kitchen, heated/AC offices, loft and much more. Seller successfully ran a farm/garden center/gift&candy shop for many years. Be your own boss.

Please let me know if you would like to schedule a showing.

Amy
508-784-0504
amymullen@remax.net
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Fri Jan 29, 2016
Paul J Bettencourt answered:
Hello,
I live and work in Dracut and would glad to research that for you. Can you tell me what they need in this home and range?
TX, Paul Bettencourt
978 866 4124
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Fri Sep 11, 2009
Daniel Castagna answered:
Juliep,

You may be eligible for a streamline. If you have an fha mortgage, you can streamline without an appraisal. I you have a loan owned by fannie mae or freddic mac, you may be able to streamline. YOu will need to find out if one of these companies owns your loan. If you want me look into it, just shoot me an email with your address. I'll be more than happy to look into it for you.

Danny Castagna
Sr Loan Officer
E-Mortgage Management
800-793-9633 ext 185
dcastagna@emmloans.com
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Mon Aug 17, 2009
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Wed Mar 31, 2010
Joshua Gillis answered:
Hello Mark,

A quick answer would be anywhere from $30,000 to around $250,000 for the past year. This is tough to answer and this is due to the fact that there are a lot of questions that need to be answered before you can find a price to a lot. For instance size, shape of a lot, restrictions,easements? frontage, is the lot on a private or approved road, where are the utilities in relation o the lot? is the water connection stubbed at street? do you have to pave a road as a condition? where are the fire hydrants in relation to the lot. what is the lot? clay? ledge? sand? These are just some of the factors that go into pricing a lot. To go further a builder has to take into account what they have to do to make the lot buildable and what they will make as a profit after construction cost. do the numbers make sense? so i guess to answer your question it depends on the lot and what the market is at that time. keep in mind that the prices that lots were getting are no where near what they are today in this market. Hope this helped ... more
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Sat Jul 14, 2007
john allaire answered:
On April 26, 2006 it was bought by Marybeth Sullivan from Nicholas Kotsonas for $254,000. That is the most recent sale I could find. Hope it helps. My best, John Allaire
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