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

Starter Home vs Forever Home

December 07, 2020

First time homebuyers have a lot to consider, and one of the biggest decisions they need to make is:

Do you purchase a starter home to get into the real estate market even before you can afford the style of house you ultimately want to be in, or should you focus on finding a forever home where you can stay long term even if it means stretching your budget, or wait longer?

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Building Credit from Scratch

November 30, 2020

Having a strong credit history and maintaining a good credit score will open up vast array of opportunities throughout your life.  Whether applying for a mortgage, a brand new car, or hoping to land a new job, having a good credit score will help you achieve your goals, and achieve them at prime interest rates.

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Drones in Real Estate Marketing

September 21, 2020

It is no secret amongst real estate agents that competition continues to grow.  Agents not only have to possess strong communication and networking skills, they need to look ahead and be on top of the newest technology and tools available to them.  Buyers and sells expect more and more out of their agents and the results that they produce.

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Can I back out of my Purchase and Sale Agreement?

September 21, 2020

It is quite possible that either a Seller or Buyer might change their mind about the sale/purchase of a home.  While it is more common for the buyer to try to back out, there are occasions when the seller might also have a change of heart.

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Waiting for the Fall to Purchase a House Can Prove to be Beneficial

September 02, 2020

If you are in the market to buy a new home, the Fall just might prove to be the right time to find the home you’ve been waiting for.  While the majority of people hope to be completely moved into a new home by the fall, if you have the option to wait until the temperature start to drop, you might find that things work in your favor.  As reported by the National Association of Realtors, you will find April, May, June and July are typically the busiest months for people to purchase new, or “new to them” houses.  Families strive to be settled in their new location by the time the new school year begins, especially when moving to a new town.

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