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  • How-to
    1 day ago
    by massrealty
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    Buying a House When You Don't Have Great Credit

    Do you have a strong desire to purchase a home but don't have the greatest credit in the world? If you are renting a home, you may be tired of making your landlord rich. Wanting to own a house is not an uncommon feeling. After all, they don't call homeownership the American dream for anything.

  • How-to
    1 day ago
    by massrealty
    +2 +1

    What Are Condominiums?

    If you have never purchased a home before, you're probably giving some thought to either buying a condo or a single-family home. Without a doubt, there are pros and cons to each housing choice. Buying a house is pretty straightforward. Buying a condo, however, can be a bit more complicated.

  • Analysis
    7 days ago
    by massrealty
    +2 +1

    What to Know About Capital Gains With House Sales

    Are you planning on selling your home in the near future? Have you been contemplating if there are any tax consequences that you need to know about? Selling a house today brings with it the increased chance of capital gains tax. Why? Real Estate markets all across the country have exploded!

  • How-to
    8 days ago
    by marc2242
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    How To Invest In Stocks: A Beginner's Guide

    Not sure where to get started investing in stocks, let alone how the investment process works? You’re not alone – but it’s not a complicated process like you may think! Investing...

  • How-to
    3 weeks ago
    by massrealty
    +2 +1

    Things to Know About Moving a Home From One Location to Another

    Are you considering physically moving the house you own? If so, you are not alone. There are many folks who research the possibility of relocating their home either to a different spot on their property or another lot altogether.

  • How-to
    1 month ago
    by massrealty
    +3 +1

    Considerations When Buying a New Home

    Are you planning on custom building your own home? Maybe you have found a particular neighborhood you would love to be in? Does the construction quality stand out? Is it a great place to raise kids? There is something special about being able to purchase new construction in a neighborhood that is just getting off the ground.

  • How-to
    1 month ago
    by massrealty
    +3 +1

    How to Get a Seller to Pay Some of Your Closing Costs

    Did you know it's possible when buying a home to get a seller to pay some of your closing costs? While it is harder to do in overheated real estate markets that favor sellers, it's not out of the question at all in a more balanced market.

  • How-to
    1 month ago
    by massrealty
    +3 +1

    What Does a PO Box Cost

    When you are going to be moving one option you have when changing your address is to opt for having your own PO box. One of the questions that often comes up is how much do PO boxes cost to rent.

  • How-to
    2 months ago
    by massrealty
    +3 +1

    Does it Make Sense to Do a No Closing Cost Refinance

    Are you wondering whether you should do a no-cost refinance of your current home mortgage? There are times when it is cut and dry that it makes sense to refinance your existing mortgage.

  • How-to
    2 months ago
    by massrealty
    +3 +1

    What Is The Average Time to Close on a House

    One of the more frequently asked questions from both home buyers and sellers are how long will it take to close on a house. When the question is asked most people want to know the time frame from when an offer is made until the conclusion of the sale.

  • How-to
    2 months ago
    by massrealty
    +3 +1

    What to Know About Subdivision Homes

    Are you trying to decide whether to buy a home in a neighborhood or an isolated country road setting? There are going to be pros and cons to each type of location. Trying to decide often boils down to what kind of lifestyle you prefer to lead.

  • How-to
    2 months ago
    by massrealty
    +3 +1

    The Most Important Things to Know When Buying a Home

    Are you considering buying your first home? If so, it will be a giant step in your life - one that comes with tremendous responsibility. Of course, when you are doing anything for the first time there is a significant learning curve. Buying a house is no different.

  • How-to
    3 months ago
    by massrealty
    +4 +2

    Things to Know About Property Lines

    Whether you are buying or selling a home the property lines are an essential issue to understand. After all the property line makes up the border of one property to the next. Without a doubt, one of the most significant causes of neighbor disputes is over the location of a lot line.

  • How-to
    3 months ago
    by massrealty
    +4 +2

    When Does Home Depot Open And Close

    Whether you are a renter or homeowner you have probably visited Home Depot at one time or another. Along with Lowe's they are the two largest Home Improvement chains in the US. You can get just about anything at Home Depot associated with improving your home.

  • How-to
    3 months ago
    by massrealty
    +4 +2

    What to Know About Septic System Inspections

    If you have never bought a home before or have only owned homes with public sewers, it is essential to have a firm grasp of what to expect when purchasing a property with a septic system. Living with a septic system is not terribly different than having public sewer but there are some very vital nuances to understand.

  • How-to
    3 months ago
    by massrealty
    +4 +2

    How to Properly Analyze Real Estate Comparables

    When you are selling a home and interviewing real estate agents you probably are expecting the agent to provide you with an accurate value of your property. Who wants to be told their home is worth X amount of dollars only to find out their house is worth a lot less than an agent said it was. That is a major disappointment!

  • How-to
    4 months ago
    by massrealty
    +4 +2

    What to Know About Self-Storage Facilities

    Are you going to be moving in the coming months? Do you know you'll need storage? If you answered yes to these questions, you will probably need to do a bit of research on who you can hire to store your stuff. Choosing the right storage facility is important as they will be housing some of your more valuable things.

  • Review
    4 months ago
    by massrealty
    +4 +2

    Things to Know About Junk Removal Service 1-800-GOT Junk

    Are you going to be selling your home in the upcoming months? Do you have a lot of things in your house to get rid of before a for-sale sign can be put on the lawn? Making your home look great is always an essential consideration when you want top dollar for your property.

  • How-to
    4 months ago
    by massrealty
    +6 +4

    What to Know About Renting a Moving Truck From Home Depot

    Are planning on moving from where you currently live in the upcoming months? Do you want to save a ton of money with your move? Those who want to spend as little as possible will often forgo hiring a professional moving company. Instead, they will rent their own moving truck.

  • How-to
    4 months ago
    by massrealty
    +5 +3

    Things to Know About Home Insurance

    Are you going to be buying your first house? If so, more than likely you'll be taking out a mortgage with either a local lender or a larger national bank. Whatever the case may be, they will require you to have home insurance. They do this because they are really part owners of the home with you and want to protect their interests in the property.