Congratulations! You have found your new home among current Somerville Condos available, at Open Houses Cambridge MA or among the Lexington MA homes for sale. You have fearlessly negotiated your offer and are moving on to home inspection.
What are your plans for this Spring? Is investing in Arlington MA real estate, a condo in Boston or a Somerville MA multi-family on the top of your list? Regardless of where you choose to buy, you'll need to schedule a home inspection as an important part of the process. There are several ways educated Buyers make a decision as to who will inspect their future home. Some ask for referrals from friends who have recently purchased, others might ask their Buyer Agent for a list and some contact ASHI ( American Society of Home Inspectors)
I’m a homeowner in Arlington, MA and this winter has tested my endurance for sure. It’s at the point where I’m hearing even folks younger talking about their loss of patience in homeownership, as weekly shoveling, clearing off roofs, de-icing the front walk, etc., has become the topic of conversation just about everywhere you go. This isn’t the kind of talk a homeowner trying to sell their property this winter needs to have circulating around.
The charming and functional aspects of the interior of a home have appeared to be of less interest to a perceptive buyer at recent open houses. Agents are now being asked questions primarily relating to the home’s exterior and winter weather stamina.