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Posted by Anthony Susi on 11/12/2018

When it comes to finding the ideal neighborhood for your next home, there's no "one size fits all" formula.

While some people enjoy the hustle and bustle of an urban environment, others prefer a quiet family-oriented neighborhood in the suburbs.

Whatever your preferences, convenience is near the top of just about everyone's priority list. Here's why:

Closeness to Work: Long, daily commutes are not only stressful, but they can cause you to miss family dinners, school events, and relaxing evenings at home. There's also the added cost of gasoline, highway tolls, and wear-and-tear on your vehicle. If you happen to be leasing a vehicle, then long commutes could result in additional mileage charges at the end of your lease. Although car leases vary, exceeding the mileage allotment set by the leasing company can sometimes run you as much as 25 cents a mile. That can potentially add up to a hefty surcharge!

While there are a lot of reasons to look for a home that's relatively close to your job or business, quality of life issues are among the most important. As an example, if your daily commute is 45 minutes, each way, that adds up to an hour-and-a-half on the road. If you factor in occasional traffic jams, road repairs, and other inevitable delays, you're talking about more than eight hours a week just driving back and forth to work. It's equivalent to adding an additional work day to your week! Although it's not always feasible (especially in two-income households), there are major advantages to finding a house that's less than a half-hour commute to your job(s).

Proximity to Conveniences: Life will also be easier if you live close to a well-stocked supermarket. When you shop at a large, high-volume grocery store, prices are more economical and food tends to be fresher. Corner grocery stores and pharmacies are nice to have nearby when you just want to pick up a few quick essentials, but for selection, price, and freshness, supermarkets are usually your best bet!

Other desirable locations to keep in mind when house hunting include good-quality schools, reputable childcare centers, and proximity to family and friends. Depending on your lifestyle, you might want to be close to airports, major highways, recreational facilities, and entertainment. It can also be an advantage to choose a home near medical and dental offices, a veterinary clinic, and a preferred church, synagogue, or mosque.

When launching a search for your family's next home, the key to success is to stay focused, create detailed priority lists, and work with a seasoned real estate agent. Whether you decide to live in a rural area, suburbia, or downtown, a real estate agent has the knowledge, training, and negotiating skills to help you get a good deal and match your lifestyle goals with your budget and timeframe.





Posted by Anthony Susi on 11/8/2018


125 Loring Road, Weston, MA 02493

Single-Family

$987,200
Price

9
Rooms
3
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Step inside this amazing contemporary home and be impressed with all it has to offer!!! Features a free flowing open concept floor plan with multi levels. Great for entertaining. Soaring exposed mahogany beam sky-lit ceilings, Gourmet chef's kitchen with maple cabinets, granite countertops, island & high end stainless steel appliances, Sun-filled large dining room with built ins, step down into the warm and inviting living room with a custom stainless steel fireplace. The lofted master bedroom above has its own full bath with a marble floor, there are 2 additional bedrooms & an office with built ins on the main floor, walkout finished lower level offers an oversized family room with marble floors, half bath, home office & a custom walk in closet plus direct access into a 2 car garage. Set back from the road with 10 car parking plus additional gravel parking compliment the professionally landscaped private yard & surroundings that further enhance the beauty of this magnificent home.
Open House
Saturday
November 10 at 11:00 AM to 12:30 PM
The leaves are falling and now is the perfect time to fall in love with this gorgeous one of a kind contemporary home. Owner Say's Sell... So let's make a deal... Agents please feel free to send your buyers on their own, all offers will be honored.
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Location: 125 Loring Road, Weston, MA 02493    Get Directions

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Posted by Anthony Susi on 11/5/2018

If youíre on the hunt for a home, youíre undoubtedly excited. You might be eager to ask a lot of questions and get all the information that you can. Youíre also probably eager to share quite a bit of information about yourself and your home purchase. While this is a great approach, this isnít the case for everyone youíre involved with in your real estate transaction. When youíre dealing with the sellerís agent, more information isnít always better. You donít need to share as much information with them as you may think you do. Your agent as a buyer is your advocate. They do know a lot of information about you, and they should. Your buyerís agent knows everything from your budget to your needs and wants. The sellerís agent doesnít need to know any of this! This is why you hire a buyerís agent in the first place. Hereís what you shouldnít divulge to a sellerís agent and why:


Your Opinion Of The House


Youíll want to be as neutral as possible when it comes to how much you like or dislike a house. While itís perfectly fine to let the agent know that you feel at home in the space and are interested in putting in an offer, you don't need to get into too many details. 


On the flip side, if you have a few things that you donít like about a house, you should keep those to yourself. You donít want to decide to put an offer in on the home, only to be seen as a less than serious buyer. In hot markets, you should always give yourself the upper hand. 


Your Budget


You should never let a sellerís agent know how much youíre looking to spend on a home. If sellers know how high or how low youíre willing to go on a home purchase, both the buyer and the seller should get a fair price for the home. Your goal as a buyer is to have your offer accepted at the best possible price. 


Let Your Agent Do His Job


While it can be hard in the midst of excitement, you should really let your agent do most of the talking when it comes to a home purchase. Your agent can help you through everything from negotiations to working with your lender to navigating you through open houses. Your agent may even be able to attend quite a few open houses right along with you. This way, youíll have someone else to do the talking for you. Just remember the tips above in case youíre flying solo through some home tours. While itís great to be eager on your home search, itís never to your benefit to be overzealous.




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Posted by Anthony Susi on 11/2/2018

This Multi-Family in Waltham, MA recently sold for $792,000. This style home was sold by Anthony Susi - REALTY EXECUTIVES.


228-230 School St, Waltham, MA 02451

Multi-Family

$799,900
Price
$792,000
Sale Price

2
Units
3,306
Approx. GLA
Opportunity Knocks!!!! Townhouse style two family with two floors of living in unit 228 and three floors of living in unit 230. Perfect for owner occupied owners, investors or developers.... This 12 room home with 3.5 baths awaits its new owners. Features 2 new gas heating systems, newer roof, newer vinyl siding, updated electrical, replacement windows, 7 car non tandem parking, 1st floor laundry room in each unit & more. All refrigerators, washers and dryers are included. Conveniently located just steps away from main st and downtown waltham. Unit 228 was previously leased for $2,100 per month and Unit 230 was previously leased for $2,900 per month prior to seller vacating both units for new owners ideas. Unit 228 has a letter of full deleading compliance done in 2003, House will be delivered completely vacant. Come take a look and see all it has to offer. Won't Last!!!

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Posted by Anthony Susi on 11/1/2018






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