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Posted by Tony Nakhle on 4/19/2018

This Condo in Quincy, MA recently sold for $290,000. This Mid-Rise style home was sold by Tony Nakhle - RE/MAX Landmark, Realtors.


62 South St, Quincy, MA 02169

Condo

$294,900
Price
$290,000
Sale Price

5
Rooms
2
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
When only "like new" will do! Completely renovated condo in a highly sought after Aquarius condominium. Top notch renovation features brand new everything in the kitchen. New top of the line stainless steel appliances and gleaming white wood cabinetry with granite countertops and new tile floor. Huge living room with hardwood floors opens to screened in porch. Washer dryer hook up in unit. Generous closets in both bedrooms. Freshly painted throughout with brand new wall-to-wall carpeting in bedrooms. 2 brand new bathrooms. Ease of one level living. Deeded parking and ideally located for the Boston commuter with the T 1/2 miles away. Summer in style with patio and lounge chairs plus private club house for entertaining. Gorgeous landscaping around the common areas with 360 degree tree top views. Feels like a quiet escape from city living. OH this Sat 1/20

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Tags: Real Estate   Condo   Quincy   02169  
Categories: Sold Homes  


Posted by Tony Nakhle on 4/19/2018

This Single-Family in Norton, MA recently sold for $235,300. This Ranch style home was sold by Tony Nakhle - RE/MAX Landmark, Realtors.


4 Shirley Ave, Norton, MA 02766

Single-Family

$239,000
Price
$235,300
Sale Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
1
Baths
Approved Short Sale. Home being sold in "as is " condition. Needs work. Buyer to do own due diligence and is responsible for smoke certif., Title V and final water reading

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Posted by Tony Nakhle on 4/15/2018

A home inspection can make or break a property sale. If all goes well during a home inspection, a buyer and seller can proceed with a transaction. Conversely, if a home inspector discovers major problems with a house, a property sale may be in jeopardy.

As a homebuyer, you'll want to do everything possible to ensure a home inspection delivers valuable insights. With in-depth home insights at your disposal, you can determine whether to continue with a home purchase or reenter the housing market.

To ensure a successful home inspection, let's take a look at three common home inspection mistakes, and how a homebuyer can avoid these problems.

1. A homebuyer hires an inexperienced home inspector.

When it comes to hiring a home inspector, it is always better to err on the side of caution. With an experienced home inspector at your side, you can boost the likelihood of a successful home inspection.

Evaluate a variety of local home inspectors. Then, take a look at each home inspector's background and expertise to narrow your search.

In addition, if you feel comfortable with a home inspector, reach out to this professional directly before you make your final hiring decision. That way, you can request client referrals and gain additional insights to help you make an informed selection.

2. A homebuyer does not attend a home inspection.

A homebuyer is not required to attend a home inspection. However, attendance usually is a good idea, regardless of your homebuying expertise.

Remember, a home purchase is one of the biggest transactions that you likely will complete in your lifetime. If you want to ensure a home is a viable long-term investment, it certainly pays to walk around a property with a home inspector and conduct an in-depth evaluation.

In many instances, attending a home inspection may enable a homebuyer to gain home insights that might not be included in a home inspection report as well.

For example, a home inspector who identifies issues with a property may be able to give a homebuyer an estimate about how much it will cost to complete myriad property repairs. These insights are exceedingly valuable and can help a homebuyer determine whether a house is a worthwhile purchase.

3. A homebuyer ignores a home inspection report.

After a home inspector completes a property evaluation, this professional will provide the homebuyer with a home inspection report. Then, a homebuyer will have a set amount of time to review the report to determine whether to proceed with a home purchase.

A home inspection report contains plenty of valuable insights, and as such, should not be ignored. Instead, a homebuyer should spend time evaluating the report and learning from it. And if a homebuyer has any questions, he or she can reach out to the home inspector who provided the report for answers.

Lastly, if you need help planning a home inspection, you should employ a real estate agent. By hiring a real estate agent, you'll have no trouble getting in touch with the best home inspectors in your area.





Posted by Tony Nakhle on 4/14/2018


876 Middleboro Ave, Taunton, MA 02718

Single-Family

$569,000
Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
Lots of land for the horse lover. Big barn on site for animals. Extremely private yet convenient to major routes Buyer responsible for smoke inspection and title 5 inspection
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses

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Posted by Tony Nakhle on 4/12/2018


143 Sproat St, Middleboro, MA 02346

Single-Family

$369,000
Price

7
Rooms
4
Beds
2
Baths
Short Sale. Home being sold in "as is" condition. Buyer responsible for Smoke Certificate and Final Water Reading
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses

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