Posted by Competitive Edge Real Estate Services on 1/19/2018


7 Pinewood Road, Wilmington, MA 01887

Single-Family

$739,900
Price

8
Rooms
4
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Location! Location! Location, close to highways and commuter rail. Very desirable and oversized custom colonial featuring quality construction and high end finishes throughout including designer paint colors. Open floor plan featuring spacious "Cook's" kitchen, cabinets galore, granite counters, center island, slider to deck and more. Entertainment sized family room with gas fireplace with custom mantle. Oak hardwood flooring through 1st level, stairs and hallway. 2nd floor offers master bedroom suite, double vanity, tiled shower and walk in closet. All four bedrooms are good sized. 2nd floor laundry. Walk up attic for future expansion potential. 30 year asphalt shingles and Harvey windows.
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Posted by Competitive Edge Real Estate Services on 1/19/2018

This Commercial in Tewksbury, MA recently sold for $217,500. This style home was sold by - Competitive Edge Real Estate Services.


743 Main Street, Tewksbury, MA 01876

Commercial

$249,900
Price
$217,500
Sale Price

1
Buildings
Commercial
Type of Comm.
43,560.00
Lot Size
Perfect opportunity to live where you work! New and exciting Village Mix use building featuring three commercial units on first floor and two residential units on 2nd level each priced individually! Unit 2 offer expansive 1400 sq. ft. open space. Energy efficient state of the art building cedar impressions, decorative stone finishes. Unit features handicap accessible entry, handicap bath, huge windows offering tons of natural light. Heat, ac, sprinkler system, ceilings, mechanicals, walls to be completed. Plenty of parking. Easy access to major highways, three miles to commuter rail. Pricing for build out done upon request with buyer plans. Why rent when you can own, be your own landlord!

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Posted by Competitive Edge Real Estate Services on 1/19/2018

This Commercial in Tewksbury, MA recently sold for $145,000. This style home was sold by - Competitive Edge Real Estate Services.


743 Main Street, Tewksbury, MA 01876

Commercial

$149,900
Price
$145,000
Sale Price

1
Buildings
Commercial
Type of Comm.
43,560.00
Lot Size
Perfect opportunity to live where you work! New and exciting Village Mix use building featuring three commercial units on first floor and two residential units on 2nd level! Energy efficient state of the art building cedar impressions, decorative stone finishes. Unit features handicap accessible entry, handicap bath, huge windows offering tons of natural light. Heat, ac, sprinkler system, ceilings, mechanicals, walls to be completed. Plenty of parking. Easy access to major highways, three miles to commuter rail. Pricing for build out done upon request with buyer plans. Why rent when you can own, be your own landlord!

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Posted by Competitive Edge Real Estate Services on 1/16/2018

This Single-Family in Haverhill, MA recently sold for $225,000. This Other style home was sold by - Competitive Edge Real Estate Services.


154 South Pleasant Street, Haverhill, MA 01835

Single-Family

$217,000
Price
$225,000
Sale Price

8
Rooms
4
Beds
2
Baths
A fantastic price for Bradford. Spacious with 8 rooms, 4 bedrooms, and 2 newer bathrooms. Assortment of wood floors - hardwood and pine. New carpeting on the 2nd floor. Large laundry and storage room on the 1st floor. Bright and sunny with lots of natural sunlight. Newer roof, vinyl sided and great front porch. Great location. Convenient to major roads, train station, and shopping.

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Posted by Competitive Edge Real Estate Services on 1/16/2018

Whether you’re a first-time homebuyer or someone who has previously owned a home at some point in their life, you most likely know how expensive buying a house can be.

Fortunately, there are many organizations who would agree and who seek to help qualified buyers. There are a number of programs available at the state, local, and federal level designed to help certain buyers purchase a home.

There are also a number of myths around these programs, such as what the term “first-time homebuyer” really means.

In this article, we’ll talk about some of the programs you can look into to get help paying for a home.

Who Qualifies as a First-Time homebuyer?

Contrary to what it sounds like, you can still qualify as a first-time homebuyer if you’ve owned a home in the past. The Federal Housing Administration (FHA) has been helping people achieve their goal of homeownership since the 1930s. The FHA connects first-time homebuyers with lenders if the buyer meets certain criteria. Those criteria are:

  • Someone who hasn’t owned a home in the time previous three years. This includes spouses.

  • A single parent who previously owned a home with a former spouse, or a “displaced homemaker” who has only owned a home a former spouse.

  • People who have only owned homes that didn’t meet building code or a residence not fixed to a foundation.

The way the FHA helps buyers secure an affordable home loan is by insuring the mortgage. This makes it safer for lenders to approve you for a better rate for your home loan.

Veteran, Rural, and Native American Loan Programs

Aside from FHA loans, you might also qualify for a VA loan, a USDA program, or the Section 184 Indian Home Loan program.

VA loans from the U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs help veterans secure low-interest loans with affordable down payments. They will also help repeat veteran home buyers who have had financial difficulties in the past such as foreclosure and bankruptcy.

The Section 184 Indian Home Loan Guarantee Program works similarly to an FHA loan in that the federal government insures the loan so that the buyer can receive a better rate and lower down payment.

This program is designed for American Indian and Alaska Native families. However, not every state is eligible for the loan.

The United States Department of Agriculture is another federal department that offers mortgage assistance. You don’t need to be a farmer or have agricultural aspirations to be approved for a USDA loan. Rather, these loans are designed to help develop rural areas by offering loans with no down payments.

State, Local, and Private Programs

Each state in the United States offers various buyer’s assistance and incentive programs. Be on the lookout for programs specific to your area to find low-interest rates and affordable down payments.

Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, and other companies work with lenders to create affordable lending programs throughout the country. Remember to shop carefully when dealing with private lenders and look out for hidden costs.







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