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Five tips to make buying a home less “haunting”

Let’s face it – the process of buying a home can be intimidating sometimes. But there are things you can do as a consumer to help put your mind at ease. Here are our top five tips to make buying a home less of a “trick” and more of a “treat”: 1. Get pre-approved for financing. It takes money – usually, lots of money – to purchase property. Sellers know this, so they often ask potential buyers to provide evidence of their financial ability before accepting an offer. To help improve your chances of getting an offer accepted – and ...
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Seller Alert: Keep an eye on proposed transfer tax hikes

Seller alert: there are some proposals floating around Beacon Hill right now that could make selling your home more expensive. Gov. Charlie Baker has proposed increasing the housing transfer tax to pay for climate change initiatives. This tax is a burden Massachusetts home sellers must pay when transferring ownership of their home to a buyer. For every $500 of your selling price, the state of Massachusetts charges you a $2.28. Baker wants to increase this tax to $3.42, and housing advocates are looking to DOUBLE the tax to $4.56. Here’s a breakdown of how those proposals would affect your sale: ...
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Haverhill Q1-2 Market Summary

Here is a summary report for single-family real estate sales in Haverhill during the first six months of 2019 ...
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How solar panels can affect a home sale

You see the solar energy sales reps going door-to-door on your street, and maybe your neighbor recently had solar panels installed on their roof. It sounds like a great deal (for your wallet and the environment), but how will it affect your ability to sell your home in the future? According to the U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of Energy Efficiency & Renewable Energy, a recent study found that home buyers have been willing to pay a premium of about $15,000 for a home with an average-sized solar array. However, not all home buyers feel this way. Some people don’t ...
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