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Breaking down the Biden First Time Homebuyer Tax Credit

President Elect Joe Biden has unveiled an ambitious plan designed to help first time home buyers get into their first home. Before we breakdown Biden’s first time homebuyer tax credit, check out his website for his vision for the real estate industry. It can be found on his website. The proposal is part of a $640 million dollar housing plan that Biden plans to usher in once he becomes president….

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Rental prices are skyrocketing in Massachusetts. Now is the time to look for a house

The cost of renting an apartment is on the rise in Massachusetts. Massachusetts is currently fifth in the nation in rent cost. That is out of 56 states and territories. As of 2018, the average Fair Market Rent for a 2-bedroom home in Massachusetts was $1,352 per month. The average for a 3 bedroom was $1,707 dollars. A four bedroom would cost you on average $1,893 per month. 2 and…

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In this era of COVID, your credit score could be the difference between buying and not buying a home.

In this era of COVID-19, buying a home has become more difficult. Lenders and banks alike have altered their requirements in an effort to protect themselves. With so many people either furloughed or unemployed, it makes sense from their standpoint. Whether you are buying your first house or your next house, your credit score could be the difference between buying and not buying a home right now. Buyers are focused…

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Despite new challenges due to COVID-19, the real estate market is still strong

If you are thinking about buying your first home or selling your home, do it. Despite the uncertainty of COVID 19 and the limitations we face, the real estate market is still strong. The spring market is usually the “busy season” in real estate. The spring market has been extended however because of COVID 19 and it could even extend into the fall. Inventory is still low, which is an…

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