A split level home is defined by staggered living levels. Once popular in the 60s and 70s it is considered an outdated design by many. But split level houses play a large role in the resale market. Often found in the more affordable segment in many Massachusetts communities.
Learn the tradition that many home sellers turn to to get their home sold.... burying a St Joseph statue. Learn the ancient ritual, who St Joseph is and if burying his likeness will help sell your home!!
Are you wondering how much down payment you need to buy a home? A common misconception is you need 20%, But, in reality there are many loan programs that only require 3-5% for a down payment. And there are a few government programs where you need nothing!!
A non-warrantable condo is a unit that doesn't not meet the requirements for traditional financing. There are risks for purchasing a non-warrantable condo. Learn the downsides.
REALTORS in Massachusetts can empower home buyers and sellers. By using their expertise with understanding real estate markets, negotiating, pricing a home and more, a REALTOR can help with a successful sale or purchase.
Learn how to find who ones a house in Massachusetts. When buying a home it pays to do your due diligence. Not only you can find out who owns a home, you can discover if their are any liens on a property or if there are easements and more...
Getting quality professional real estate photography is a key aspect to the successful sale of your home. Learn the basic of taking great real estate photos and how it is important to the home selling process.
A pocket listing is a listing withheld from the general public. It is primarily for someone who wants confidentiality and privacy. But it comes with one distinct disadvantage.
Several types of listing contracts exist in Massachusetts if you are thinking of selling your home. The most common is the exclusive right to sell. But there are other option you should explore with your Massachusetts real estate agent.
Open permits are building permits that have never been closed. Today they are becoming more and more problematic as municipalities are paying more attention to them and require them to be closed out. Open permits can be a nightmare if you are a home buyer or home seller.