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Posted by New Age Real Estate on 9/4/2018


16 West Parish Court, Haverhill, MA 01832

Condo

$299,900
Price

5
Rooms
2
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Desirable West Meadow Hill. 2 bedroom upgraded townhouse move in condition. Furnace & Air Conditioner installed in 2015. Water Heater 2016. Eat in kitchen has tile floor, stainless steel stove, granite counters, cherry cabinets & new slider to large deck. Dining room, has hardwood floors, atrium windows & a slider with additional access to that large deck. Living room has hardwood floors, cathedral ceiling, slider to a balcony, fireplace with blower for additional heat in the wintertime. New ceiling fan in living room is remotely controlled. Second floor has two large bedrooms with Berber wall to wall carpeting that is in excellent condition. The full bath is tiled with solid counter top, upgraded vanity, new Velux solar remotely operated sky light with a sensor that closes it when it rains. Both stairs and landings have hardwood floors. All sliders & windows are Anderson replacements. Quiet fans in bath. Plenty of storage. One car garage & one additional parking space. Mint condition.
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September 09 at 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM
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Posted by New Age Real Estate on 9/4/2018


16 West Parish Court, Haverhill, MA 01832

Condo

$299,900
Price

5
Rooms
2
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Desirable West Meadow Hill. 2 bedroom upgraded townhouse move in condition. Furnace & Air Conditioner installed in 2015. Water Heater 2016. Eat in kitchen has tile floor, stainless steel stove, granite counters, cherry cabinets & new slider to large deck. Dining room, has hardwood floors, atrium windows & a slider with additional access to that large deck. Living room has hardwood floors, cathedral ceiling, slider to a balcony, fireplace with blower for additional heat in the wintertime. New ceiling fan in living room is remotely controlled. Second floor has two large bedrooms with Berber wall to wall carpeting that is in excellent condition. The full bath is tiled with solid counter top, upgraded vanity, new Velux solar remotely operated sky light with a sensor that closes it when it rains. Both stairs and landings have hardwood floors. All sliders & windows are Anderson replacements. Quiet fans in bath. Plenty of storage. One car garage & one additional parking space. Mint condition.
Open House
Sunday
September 09 at 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM
Cannot make the Open Houses?
Location: 16 West Parish Court, Haverhill, MA 01832    Get Directions

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Tags: Haverhill   Real Estate   Condo   Open House   01832  
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Posted by New Age Real Estate on 8/31/2018

One of the most important factors that many home buyers face is that of their credit score. You have the right to get one free credit report per year. There are also many different apps and websites that keep you updated on your credit score and any changes in your credit report. These programs even guide you in how to improve your score. 


Why Do We Have Credit Scores? 


A credit score is a number that shows how creditworthy a person is. Lenders look at this score in order to assess how risky a person may be to lend to. This lessens the potential risks that the lender may face, keeping people who may be at high risk for defaulting from securing a loan in the first place. 


Whatís A Good Score?


Credit scores range from 300 to 850, with 850 being the highest score that you can get. A credit score of 700 or above is considered good. A credit score above 800 is seen as excellent. The bottom line is that the better your credit score is, the more reliable of a borrower you will be seen as by lenders. 


If your credit score is less than stellar, however, you need to get to work so that you will be able to get loans in the near future. Hereís some steps that you can take to improve your credit:


Pay Off Outstanding Debt 


If you owe anything on medical collection accounts, credit cards, legal judgements; basically any debt that will show up on your credit report, you need to pay these off. Getting rid of debt can help you to increase your credit score more quickly. 


Rebuild Your Credit


Youíll need to keep up any accounts that you have with good payment history and maintain the good work. You should be diligent to maintain those on-time payments for an increased good payment history. Even if you have accounts that have had late payments previously, you can still work to get the accounts back in good order. 


If you donít happen to have any existing credit accounts, youíll need to get one in order to begin establishing credit. A good way to do this is to apply for a credit card and only charge what you can afford each month in order to help establish a credit history.     

Look At Your Whole Financial Picture


Aside from your credit score, youíll need to take a look at your bigger financial picture. Everything from the amount of savings that you have available to how much of a home youíll be able to afford is important. You need sufficient income so that youíll be able to buy a home and provide a down payment along with money to pay closing costs. 


Once you start investigating your credit score and how to improve it, youíll be on your way to better financial health.





Posted by New Age Real Estate on 8/24/2018

When youíre gearing up to make the largest purchase of your entire life, you have a lot to think about. Thereís also a lot of emotion involved in the entire process. You donít want those emotions to get in the way, causing you unnecessary regret in your purchase. A home is not like a sweater that you can head to the store and return. What do current homeowners wish that they did differently in their home purchase? Below, youíll find some of the most common regrets of homeowners. If you know what to look out for, you can avoid the same kind of buyerís remorse in your own home purchase. 



Not Doing Research First


In hot markets, it can be hard to find the time to do the research and secure the home you want. Before you even begin searching one thing you should have a handle on is location. You probably have a general idea of where youíd like to live. You can research these neighborhoods ahead of time in order to understand the makeup of the area. You should take a look at everything form schools to safety to the amenities close to the location of choice. Do this for a few different areas so that youíre completely prepared before you even head out on the house hunt. Even if you end up in an area you never pictured, if you have a general idea of the spots youíre looking at, it will be much easier to tell what a neighborhood will be like to live in ahead of time. The best advice is not to pin yourself down to searching in one area. 


Not Knowing Anything About The House


If you failed to pay attention during the home inspection, didnít ask a lot of questions, or were just blind to some of the issues that were apparent in the home you bought, you could be in for quite a surprise. Understanding the problems a home has is one thing but knowing how much those repairs are going to cost is another. If you are trying to beat the competition by skipping the home inspection or waiving contingencies, you may end up being pretty unhappy in your new home with an empty wallet. Some repairs cost more than you know and itís important to be aware of what needs to be done in the home before you sign on the dotted line.   


Missing Out On A Big Downpayment


Sometimes that little extra bit of savings can really help. Even though many first time homeowners are simply eager to get into a home, waiting a bit and saving more for a downpayment can significantly lower the longterm costs of homeownership. This includes things like fees, interest rates, and PMI (private mortgage insurance). Also, having a larger downpayment can help you to get a house that you really want when the market is highly competitive. Youíll appear more reliable to sellers. Remember that the higher your downpayment, the lower your monthly payment will be.     

  




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Posted by New Age Real Estate on 8/18/2018

This Single-Family in Tewksbury, MA recently sold for $456,000. This Raised Ranch style home was sold by - New Age Real Estate.


50 Driftwood Drive, Tewksbury, MA 01876

Single-Family

$459,900
Price
$456,000
Sale Price

8
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
WELCOME HOME! BEAUTY, WARMTH, & VALUE! describe this tastefully well maintained raised ranch located in ever popular TEWKSBURY. Excellent opportunity to own this 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom, spacious home which sits on 1.0 plus acre of land in a country setting at the end of the cul de sac. Perfect for outdoor entertainment in your inground pool and lots of privacy. The interior offers the benefits of defined living space while maintaining a nice flow throughout the property. Updated kitchen, dining area with access to 15X14 Sunroom and deck. Freshly painted interior in warm neutral tones. Finished fireplace family room with wet bar & 3/4 bath. Conveniently located close to RTE 93, shopping, schools, and the Wilmington, and Billerica commuter rails. A home in this condition and location does not come on the market often so do not delay. Worth a visit for sure.

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