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This Multi-Family in Malden, MA recently sold for $860,000. This style home was sold by Joe Duggan, BROKER/OWNER - RE/MAX Trinity.


63-65 Lebanon Street, Malden, MA 02148

Maplewood

Multi-Family

$819,000
Price
$860,000
Sale Price

3
Units
4,052
Approx. GLA
OFFERS NOW DUE WED. FEB 5TH @ 5PM. Located in the heart of Maplewood Square and right on the bus route, this corner lot 3 unit house is a fantastic find. This building has been well taken care of with updated features and wonderful curb appeal. Each unit has it's own separate entrance,4 rms & 2 bdrms each unit w/ hrdwd flrs and kitchens equipped with appliances. 2 units deleaded w/ letters of compliance. 4 car pkg, composite staircases and decks/porches and sits right on the corner. Architectural shingled roof is 12-15 yrs old, all heating units are within 8 years old, siding is 10 yrs old. 4 coin-op washer/dryers in the common basement. Pictures depict units when they were vacant. SHOWINGS ONLY AT OH JAN 25/26TH.

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This Single-Family in Revere, MA recently sold for $531,000. This Ranch style home was sold by Joe Duggan, BROKER/OWNER - RE/MAX Trinity.


85 RUMNEY ROAD, Revere, MA 02151

Single-Family

$489,999
Price
$531,000
Sale Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
OH SAT March 14/SUN March 15 from 11-1. Surprisingly spacious ranch offers 3 bedrooms, LARGE EAT IN KITCHEN, two full baths, both RENOVATED, 3 car driveway, CENTRAL AIR, and GAH HEAT! Step inside to 85 RUMNEY RD and feel right at home. HARDWOOD FLOORS in the fireplace living room with BAY WINDOW and loads of natural light. All THREE bedrooms with hardwood floors, double closets, and 6 PANEL DOORS. LOVE TO COOK? Gracious kitchen with plenty of counter space, recessed lighting, GLASS BACKSPLASH/Stainless appliances. 3 season porch off the kitchen is a great place for boots, backpacks, mudroom. Did I mention the lower level is a great playroom, seperate room for home office, bath with new vanity and shower, laundry and walkout to private FENCED YARD with PATIO, SHED& plenty of green grass. Roof new in 2018, central air 2019, bathroom reno 2020, gas furnace 2012. 1 mile to WONDERLAND TRAIN, 5 miles to LOGAN AIRPORT / 7 miles to DOWNTOWN BOSTON. Lower level possible in law/teen space

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Whenever someone is looking to purchase a home, there is always an inherent risk. It is common for buyers and sellers of homes to look for the best deal possible; however, it is also possible that issues might arise after a home has already closed. When looking to buy or sell a home, it is critical to be familiar with some of the common legal issues that arise. Understanding these issues ahead of time may help someone avoid devastating legal consequences after the fact. 

False Advertisements May Arise

One of the most common allegations made is related to false advertisements. Sometimes, someone purchases and house and feels that they didn't receive exactly what was advertised. These ads might take place in a booklet, leaflet or on the Internet. There is a certain code of ethics that comes with any real estate advertisement. While everyone wants to get the best deal possible, it is also important to make sure that all information advertised is truthful.

Equal Opportunity with Real Estate

This is, perhaps, the most important law that everyone needs to keep in mind when it comes to real estate. In the past, it used to be common that people wouldn't sell apartments, homes or condos to people of certain backgrounds including ethnicity, religion and sexual orientation. Now, the government has clauses that protect everyone from discrimination when it comes to real estate. It is critical for anyone selling a home to make sure they provide everyone with an equal opportunity to buy that home. At the same time, those looking for a home should never feel like they are being blocked from buying a home on the basis of their gender, ethnicity, orientation or other demographic factors.

Disclose All Accurate Information Accurately

When someone is looking at various homes, they are counting on the buyer to disclose all relevant information related to the condition of that home. Nobody wants to buy a home only to realize that, immediately after purchasing the home, it is in need of substantial repairs. Sometimes, sellers will try to conceal information from the buyer in an effort to pass on the repairs to someone else; however, this is illegal. If the purchaser finds out that information related to potential repairs in the home were concealed, they can go to court and file a lawsuit to recover the costs of the repairs. Some of the most common issues that arise in this area of real estate law include boundary issues, the presence of pests, problems with the structure and roofing issues. It is important for buyers to make sure they ask for a home inspection to uncover these issues ahead of time.
 


This Condo in Malden, MA recently sold for $275,000. This Other style home was sold by Joe Duggan, BROKER/OWNER - RE/MAX Trinity.


50 Boston St, Malden, MA 02148

Condo

$259,000
Price
$275,000
Sale Price

3
Rooms
1
Beds
1
Baths
This is the one for you!! Adorable 1 bedroom unit with so much closet space. 2 walk in closets, a pantry and additional closet in the kitchen. Hardwood floors throughout the living room and bedroom. Fully appliance kitchen and a stackable washer/dryer. Granite counter tops and open pass though to the living room that provides wonderful entertaining ambiance. This complete owner occupied building has 4 units and owner association with fantastic budget and reserves. 1 car deeded parking and common visitor parking for your guests. Vinyl windows and lots of sunlight in this unit. The building has a charming Mansard roof and farmers porch entry. Public transportation at the end of the street leading to the Malden's Orange line T station. Don't miss out on this great unit with low condo fees. 1st showing at the open house on Sunday, March 15th, 11-12:30pm. All offers are due March 17th at noon. Come on by!




This Single-Family in North Reading, MA recently sold for $250,500. This Cape style home was sold by Joe Duggan, BROKER/OWNER - RE/MAX Trinity.


3 Pinecrest Rd, North Reading, MA 01864

Martins Pond

Single-Family

$269,900
Price
$250,500
Sale Price

4
Rooms
1
Beds
1
Baths
$1500 broker bonus if under contract by 01/20/2020! We extended it but only till then! Now is the time folks to make this your own home! Perfect condo alternative. This property offers a flowing layout with cathedral ceilings in the living room that opens up to the second floor bedroom. The kitchen offers newer stainless steel appliances with hardwood flooring and an eat in area. The bath offers tile flooring and a pedestal sink with a custom built cabinet for linens. The dining room is well lit with a large bay window and provides options for a future thinking buyer. A newer heating and tank less Rinnai hot water system. A new tight tank septic system will be in place prior to closing at the cost of the seller. A lower level area that can easily be refinished for additional space. All that and within walking distance to Clarke Park where you can go to the beach, kayak, or sail in the summer. Great value for North Reading and minutes to Rt 93 makes it great commuter spot!

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