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208 Main St, Milford, MA 01757

Commercial

$2,200
Price

1
Buildings
Office
Type of Comm.
26,990.00
Lot Size
Unit 1 - $700.00 Unit 2-- $2,200 Professional medical built out office space in down town Milford. ready to move into. with plumbing and cabinetry in exam rooms. Great opportunity for dentist or any other medical use.
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses

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599 Old West Central St, Franklin, MA 02038

Condo

$1,475
Price

4
Rooms
2
Beds
1
Baths
Recently renovated 2 bedroom condo with Granite counter tops, Stainless steal appliances, New tiled bath in excellent commuters location across the street from Franklin Shopping Center. Heat and hot water are included in the rent. AVAILABLE AUGUST 1, 2018
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses





114 Main St, Blackstone, MA 01504

Commercial

$12
Price

1
Buildings
Commercial
Type of Comm.
40,168.00
Lot Size
2,500 S.F. Retail Space and 5,000 S.F. Commercial Space On Route 122 Down Town Blackstone next to Richdale Food Convenience Store.
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses

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This Single-Family in Milford, MA recently sold for $439,000. This Colonial style home was sold by Office Pinto - Pinto Real Estate.


13 Bodio Cir, Milford, MA 01757

Single-Family

$449,000
Price
$439,000
Sale Price

8
Rooms
4
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Total Rehabilitated 8 room 4 bedroom colonial with open floor plan. New kitchen with granite, New baths, New hardwood floors. Ready to move in. The property is in desirable commuters location near Route 495 and Route 109.

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Purchasing a home is a sign of new financial responsibility for many people. The leap into homeownership is a big and important step. Finding a home and securing a mortgage isn’t easy. Getting ready to take on a mortgage can require a lot of research and education on your part. Before you get too confused, you’ll need to learn the basics of a mortgage and what you should know before you apply. 


Be Prepared


This is probably the best advice for any first time homebuyer. Find some good lenders in your area. You can sit down with a lender and talk about your goals. The bank will be able to explain all of the costs and fees associated with buying a home ahead of time. This way, you’ll know exactly what to expect when you head into a purchase contract without any surprises. 


What’s Involved In A Loan? 


Each mortgage is a different situation. This is why meeting with a lender ahead of time is a good idea. Your real estate agent can suggest a mortgage lender if you don’t have one in mind. No one will be happier for you than your real estate agent if you have a smooth real estate transaction. You’ll be able to walk through the mortgage process step by step with a loan officer and understand the specifics of your own scenario.


What You’ll Need For A Mortgage


There’s a few things that you’ll need to have ready before you can even begin searching for a home. 


Cash For A Down Payment


You’ll need to save up a bit of cash before you know that you’re ready to buy a home. It’s recommended that you have at least 20 percent of the purchase price of a home to put down towards your loan initially.   



A Good Working Knowledge Of Personal Finances


You should have an understanding of your own finances in order to buy a home. Not only will this help you save, but it will help you to ensure that you’re not going to overextend yourself financially after you secure the mortgage. To get your finances in order, honestly record all of your monthly expenses and spending habits, so you know exactly what you can afford.   


The Price Range Of Homes You’re Interested In 


If you have an idea of what kind of home you’d like, it will make your entire house shopping experience a lot easier. You’ll be able to see exactly what you can afford and how much you need to save. When your wish list equates to half-million dollar homes, and you find that you can only afford around $300,000, you don’t need to go into shock! It’s good to have an idea of how much house you can afford and what it will get you. When you do a little homework, you’ll discover that buying a home isn’t such a hard process when you’re prepared!




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