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Thu Dec 17, 2015
Richard Shapiro answered:
You are building a condo or a complex of condos? Sounds like you need a commercial construction loan. Rockland trust or bank of canton might be places to check out
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Sat Oct 20, 2012
Sarah Holick answered:
John,
Sometimes it just depends on the situation and the pricing of the home. If someone is paying cash and knows they have to do updating you may not have to upgrade anything. It is when a property is being financed things can get tricky. For instance someone who is getting an FHA loan is going to need the house to be "move in ready" FHA will not allow peeling paint, or rotten trim. I recently had a situation where knob and tube wiring was an issue, new buyers can't always get home insurance unless the wiring is updated. I have not ever heard of anti scald shower being an issue. A home inspector should certainly pick up any major issues. Hope this was helpful. ... more
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Fri Nov 2, 2012
Wen Farina answered:
Hi John,

I see you have asked a couple of questions about selling your home. The best way to get answers to your questions is to get a couple of Realtors to perform a market analysis of your home. This will give you a better understanding of the value of your property as well as suggestions on any upgrades, if any are needed. This is a FREE service we provide so you have nothing to lose and you will get helpful insight from professionals on the field. Let us know if we can help - info@wenrealty.com.

Good luck
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Fri May 25, 2012
Steve Quintana answered:
What kind of deed info do you want?

If you want to know what different kinds deeds exist and their legal effect, look here: http://deeds.uslegal.com/state-deed-laws/massachusetts-deeds-law/.

If you want other info, please state exactly what you want or are looking for.
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Sun Jun 3, 2012
Alysa OHara answered:
Hi:

You can search records on line for free at the Norfolk Registry of Deeds at:

http://www.norfolkresearch.org/ALIS/WW400R.HTM

Have fun!

Alysa O’Hara, Realtor, CBR, MBA
Bradford Realty
Direct: 781 249-6336
Office: 781 356-6565
Fax: 617 639-5788
Website: www.bradfordsells.com
E-mail: alysa.ohara@gmail.com

Search thousands of homes instantly at www.bradfordsells.com
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Thu Jun 9, 2011
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Sat Jun 27, 2009
Judy Boyle answered:
Hi JT,

Excellent questions revolving around resale....very, very important for those of us who realize the benefit of solid real estate investments to protect our hard-earned money!


Unfortunately, the answers to your questions are far too complex to answer here on Trulia. There are some websites you can visit to gather some basic information, but you would really benefit by speaking to a neighborhood specialist who knows the questions to ask, help you sort through and interpret the available information, and guide you towards making the best decision for you!

In the meantime, here are a couple of those websites that I mention previously: www.neighborhoodscout.com and www.massstats.com (three "s"'s).

Good Luck!

Judy Boyle
Weichert Realtors-Comvest Residential
Northborough, MA
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Sat Oct 20, 2012
James McHugh answered:
I would place and ad in the Boston Globe and use very aggressive language ..they may or may not print it but you will know where you stand...then I would call you local broker to assist you in this tough market. ... more
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