A good referral for me would be the following: Estate and Family Law Attorneys Financial Planners Your neighbors/friends Your family Folks in transition: Growing family, downsizing, divorce or job relocation. In addition to my area of coverage, I also specialize in locating professional, qualified real estate professionals outside my area, including out of state. […]
For most people their home is their largest investment. It is most likely going to bring the greatest return on investment and it is perhaps the only investment that allows you to enjoy it while it increases in value. Therefore, homeowners should put a lot of thought and consideration into the eventual possibility of selling […]
For some time now, we have attempted to shed light on the fact that pricing in today’s real estate market, as it is in the markets for every other saleable item, will be determined by the concept of ‘supply and demand’. According to dictionary.com, “the relationship between supply and demand determines the price of a commodity. […]
Moving is on everyone’s “to avoid” list and for good reason! It can be frustrating, stressful and draining, especially if you are making a long distance move. You no doubt have heard countless moving horror stories ranging from, “We left our clothes at the dry cleaners half way across the country,” to “We forgot that […]
NEW YORK (CNNMoney) — Home prices hit a bottom and are finally bouncing back, according to an industry report released Tuesday. Nationwide, home values rose 0.2% year-over-year to a median $149,300 during the second quarter, the first annual increase since 2007, real estate listing site Zillow reported. Prices were up 2.1% from the first quarter. […]
In an effort to improve service and meet its responsibilities for the timely performance of smoke and carbon monoxide detectors inspections, Boston Fire Department Commissioner Roderick Fraser has announced a major revision to the Department’s policy on Certificate of Compliance inspections. Effective August 1, 2012, only homes and residential dwelling units in buildings constructed prior to […]
Provided by U.S. Inspect The home inspection is often the first time you will look at the house more “logically” instead of “emotionally.” This can be difficult if you are not prepared for the step-by-step evaluation of the house. However, as long as you remember that no house is perfect and expect the slight change of perspective that the […]
By Melissa Dittmann Tracey, REALTOR® Magazine We’ve been hearing a lot about the downsizing trend taking hold in new homes, and that the square footage of homes is shrinking. But if you look at the latest housing stats from the Census Bureau, you might be scratching your head on that theory. New-home sizes are actually […]
Open House Sunday July 8th 1-3pm Bedrooms: 4 Bathrooms: 2 Style: Split Sq. Ft.: 1,804 Lot Size: 15,000 Year Built: 1960 Sun Filled Home Open House: OPEN HOUSE JULY 8TH 1-3PM Contemporary 4 bedroom Split Entry located on a gorgeous lot. Featuring granite kitchen, sun drenched fireplaced family room with fantastic view from large picture windows. Step out and relax on back […]
WHAT’S GOING ON? For the first time in years we are seeing a stronger seller’s market. Demand for properties has continued to rise every month this year. There were 25 deals negotiated last month making it the most active month since April 2010. New supply in March was equal to February, and total inventory was […]
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When we say we are “redefining service in real estate,” we mean it! Our clients come first. We will educate you on what needs to be done to have a successful sale of your home. There are many components to a successful real estate transaction; you can count on us to be there every step of the process and make sure no detail is overlooked. With a proven track record, the right skill set, and years of experience, the Homes North of Boston Team has the right tools to successfully sell your home. If you’re serious about selling your home, we’re serious about getting the job done!