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Renovated Malden Colonial offers views of Boston skyline The home features a kitchen with stainless-steel appliances and a dining area with a fireplace and chandelier. 84 Belmont St. has 4 bedrooms and 2 baths in 1,963 square feet. ...read more
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HOMEBUYERS BEWARE! Book Review
This book is an excellent first step in a complicated process.
Buying a home is like buying a car, on steroids. It’s the biggest investment you are likely to make so the stakes are incredibly high. I knew that having an agent represent me was a good idea.
What I hadn’t grasped was how important it is to find one who is not connected with the selling side in any way—through an agency that also represents sellers, as most do, at least in Mass. In researching buyer agents, I found Tom through the Mass. Assoc. of Buyer Agents (MABA).