Buying a home can be intimidating, there’s no doubt about that, but it doesn’t have to be as scary as you might think. We spoke with Fred of Mortgage Network, Inc. and Jeff of Leader Bank to get some insight on why you should buy now and how you can secure a mortgage more easily than you may have thought!
We spoke with Melissa Ryberg of Boston Modern Staging and Design to discuss the importance of staging and how you can prepare your home to sell. According to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, staged home spend 73% less time on the market than non-staged homes and staged homes typically sell for up to 17%.
2017 was a year of lower inventory. Lower inventory meant fewer homes being sold, homes selling faster, and selling prices increased compared to 2016. In this post, you will find some insights on how the Arlington and Cambridge housing market faired last year in comparison to 2017.
Sign up today for our FREE seminar! Learn about the home buying process, what offer documents are involved, how to qualify and what loans are available, how to prepare for home ownership, learn tax and legal aspects of home buying, and so much more!
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Who: Home Buyers
When: January 25, 2018
Where: Robbins Library, 700 Massachusetts Avenue, Arlington MA
Time: 6:30pm - 8:30pm
Other: Refreshments & Light Buffet Provided
Fred Allard, Mortgage Network, Inc.
Frederic Harris, Attorney
Ray Jackson, Jackson Home Inspections
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Century 21 ADAMS KC & AVON - 75 Park Avenue, Arlington MA 02476 - 781.-648-6900
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