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What you need to know about the New England real estate and lending market.

Ways To Help Your Children Adjust To A New School

August 28, 2020

Change can be difficult for anyone, but this is especially true for children. Starting a new school is a change that can be particularly stressful and intimidating for kids. Whether the change is due to moving to a new town or graduating on to a higher lever school, this can be a time filled with confusion and anxiety. Moving is also a busy and stressful time for the entire family, so it’s important to keep in mind that kids moving to a new town now have to adjust to new surroundings, a new home, and a new school, which can compound their fear and anxiety and make it that much more difficult.

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What is a Land Survey?

August 28, 2020

The simple answer is this:  A land survey depicts and records the location of a property’s boundaries, structures and buildings.  The results of a land survey are recorded as a legal document and the information provided is a graphic representation, similar to a map, of the property. 

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Top 5 Things a Real Estate Agent Should Know about TRID

August 26, 2020

Real Estate agents need to be familiar with TRID and be mindful of the rules in order to assist both buyers and sellers.  The below points are essential for agents to understand to keep closings on track and meet clients expectations.

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What are Fixtures in Real Estate?

August 25, 2020

What are Fixtures in Real Estate?

A legal concept that perplexes many and often gives rise to disputes during the purchase or sale of any the house or property is the topic of fixtures. This is because what is perceived as fixtures by a buyer might not tally as what is considered fixtures by the seller.

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Crucial Things to Ask Yourself Before Moving to a New Town

August 21, 2020

Whether you are moving to a new town to experience something different or you're transferring for a job, the experience can be exciting, expensive and lonely all at the same time. 

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