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Posted by Brosnan Realty Group, Inc on 10/18/2017

71 Oxford Ave, Cambridge, MA 02138



Here is your chance to purchase a two bedroom condo in Cambridge. This property is located on the Belmont line in a quiet residential neighborhood. Two bedrooms, both are good sized. Kitchen is open to the living room. This unit is vacant and ready to go. Low condo fee Newer roof and newer boiler. One parking space. Get in on the boom today.
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Posted by Brosnan Realty Group, Inc on 10/18/2017

208 washington, Chelsea, MA 02150



Renovated one bedroom unit on the top floor of a Brick Brownstone. Hardwood floors. Modern Kitchen. Loft Storage in unit. This unit is pristine.
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Posted by Brosnan Realty Group, Inc on 10/15/2017

Home sellers rejoice! The housing market moves rapidly, which means home sellers who allocate the necessary time and resources to enhance their residences should have no trouble stirring up plenty of interest in their properties as soon as they become available.

Ultimately, navigating the fast-paced housing market can be simple for home sellers here are three tips to ensure that you can do just that.

1. Focus on Your House's Curb Appeal

For home sellers, it is paramount for your house to make a positive first impression. Otherwise, homebuyers may shy away from your residence if it fails to garner their attention.

Fortunately, it can be quick and easy to revamp your home's exterior and boost your property's curb appeal.

A home seller who mows the front lawn and cleans his or her home's siding can bolster the property's curb appeal instantly. Also, don't forget to clear off walkways and remove leaves and weeds from your lawn to further enhance your home's curb appeal.

2. Price Your Home Competitively

A homebuyer may not even have to set up a home showing to be turned off by your property. In fact, a home seller who sets a high asking price for his or her residence risks alienating potential homebuyers immediately. Conversely, if you set the right asking price from the get-go, you may receive many great offers on your residence when it hits the housing market.

Assess the prices of comparable houses in your area to determine a "competitive" asking price for your residence. By doing so, you'll be able to establish fair market value for your house and improve your chances of a quick home sale.

Don't forget to be flexible with your asking price as well. And don't forget, if a homebuyer submits an offer that falls below your initial expectations, you can always counter this proposal.

3. Work with a Fast-Paced Real Estate Agent

To succeed in today's fast-paced housing market, you need a real estate agent who understands what it takes to list a property and maximize its value at any time. Thus, hiring an experienced real estate agent ensures that you can generate significant interest in a fast-paced housing market.

An experienced real estate agent will be able to promote your residence to the right homebuyers consistently. This real estate professional will go the extra mile to ensure that you can add your property to the housing market and get the best results possible. Furthermore, your real estate agent will address any of your concerns and questions and ensure that you receive the support you deserve throughout the home selling process.

Listing a home in a fast-paced real estate market may seem difficult, particularly for first-time home sellers. But with an experience real estate agent at your disposal, you can overcome any housing market hurdles. This real estate professional will simplify the process of listing your residence, and ultimately, help you optimize your home's value.

Take advantage of the aforementioned home selling tips, and you can minimize the guesswork associated with selling your home in a fast-paced real estate market.

Posted by Brosnan Realty Group, Inc on 10/8/2017

Move into a neighborhood that has a great homeowners association (HOA) and you could enjoy years of rising property values. Homeowners associations generally oversee housing in planned development areas. A house that you purchase could be serviced by a HOA if you live in a subdivision, gated community or in a community that leases homes.

Check out homeowners associations before you buy a house

Real estate developers form homeowners associations to oversee houses that are bought and sold in specified jurisdictions. Millions of American homes are managed by a HOA. Rules and monthly HOA fees vary, generally ranging from $100 to $400 a month.As with realtors and home builders, some HOAs are better than others. Here are ways to get the most out of homeowners associations.

  • Look over the interior and exterior of houses you're considering buying. Is the lawn neatly trimmed? If the house is painted,is the paint chipped? Notice if there are holes in the ground or if the yard is full of weeds.
  • Walk around the neighborhood. You have nothing to lose by getting out of your car and walking around a good neighborhood that you're thinking of buying a house in. Pay attention to fences, sidewalks and driveways. A good HOA will ensure that fences, sidewalks and driveways are in good condition.
  • Visit community amenities like picnic areas,community swimming pools and entertainment centers. These areas should be secure. It's better if they are managed by a volunteer or HOA employee who works onsite.
  • Find out the types and percentage of services that HOA fees are spent on. Generally, a good HOA will invest a portion of fees into savings. More than 70 percent of the HOA will also be funded. An under-funded HOA may lack the financial resources to properly care for your house and other properties in the neighborhood.
  • Meet with someone from the HOA and ask about rules and restrictions. Consider buying a house in another neighborhood if you strongly disagree with one or more of the HOAs rules. Remember, there are many HOAs in the country.
  • Ask the HOA when the last repairs or upgrades were made in the community. Find out what specific types of repairs or upgrades were made.
  • Get a copy of the minutes from two to three HOA meetings. Confirm that HOAs followed through on action items noted in the minutes. You want to buy a house that's located in a community that's managed by a responsive, well funded and progressive HOA.
  • Find out if the HOA has had any claims against it. Also, find out if the HOA is in compliance with local and state regulations.

Homeowners associations could make buying a home in a subdivision or another community under development rewarding. To get the most from homeowners associations,research the HOAs' rules before you sign a mortgage. Also, research the entire neighborhood to see how well the HOA is doing its job. With research and the right questions, your relationship with a HOA could extend far beyond paying your monthly HOA fees.

Posted by Brosnan Realty Group, Inc on 10/3/2017

This Multi-Family in Rockland, MA recently sold for $250,000. This style home was sold by - Brosnan Realty Group, Inc.

215 Levin Rd, Rockland, MA 02370


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Approx. GLA
2 Family. First floor is modern. Updated kitchen's and baths. Hardwood Floors. Second floor needs some updated . Yard. Off Street Parking. Live in one unit and rent the other. All info is gathered from public records and should be verified by the buyer. Seller makes NO representations.

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