Posted by Anthony Susi on 4/19/2019


82 Church St, Watertown, MA 02472

Multi-Family

$1,324,900
Price

2
Units
3,804
Approx. GLA
Location...Location...Location... Just steps away from Watertown Square is where you will find this one of a kind stunning two family home. First floor unit features na updated kitchen, good size living room and dining room, 3 bedrooms, 1.5 tiled baths, Harwood floors, front porch & huge rear deck overlooking a professionally landscaped private back yard. Second floor features an updated kitchen with granite counters and sliders leading to a covered deck, entertaining dining room and living room with access to sun-filled front porch, 3 bedrooms and 2 full baths. walk up to the third floor master suite with a jacuzzi tub, tiled walk in shower and sliders to a private rear deck. This unit also features hardwood floors throughout and 3 zone heat and a/c. Detached 2 car garage and more. Definitely not a driveway home. You must see all the custom details this home has to offer. Come take a look today!! Won't Last!!
Open House
Saturday
April 20 at 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM
Sorry for the last minute open house, but I have request to show it between 1pm -2 pm tomorrow so I decided to host an hour open house in case anyone else has buyers who may want to seat. Send your buyers!! All offers will be honored. Remember its a 3 percent co-broke. Now that would make an excellent Easter or Passover present for an agent.
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Posted by Anthony Susi on 4/17/2019


82 Church St, Watertown, MA 02472

Multi-Family

$1,324,900
Price

2
Units
3,804
Approx. GLA
Location...Location...Location... Just steps away from Watertown Square is where you will find this one of a kind stunning two family home. First floor unit features na updated kitchen, good size living room and dining room, 3 bedrooms, 1.5 tiled baths, Harwood floors, front porch & huge rear deck overlooking a professionally landscaped private back yard. Second floor features an updated kitchen with granite counters and sliders leading to a covered deck, entertaining dining room and living room with access to sun-filled front porch, 3 bedrooms and 2 full baths. walk up to the third floor master suite with a jacuzzi tub, tiled walk in shower and sliders to a private rear deck. This unit also features hardwood floors throughout and 3 zone heat and a/c. Detached 2 car garage and more. Definitely not a driveway home. You must see all the custom details this home has to offer. Come take a look today!! Won't Last!!
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses






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Posted by Anthony Susi on 4/15/2019

A home showing will help you gain the insights you need to make an informed decision about a house purchase. At the same time, you may have many concerns about whether a residence is right for you, even after you complete a home showing.

Ultimately, there are many questions to consider after you finish a house showing to ensure you can make the right choice about a residence, and these include:

1. How did I feel as I walked through a home?

Oftentimes, homebuyers try to envision what life may be like if they purchase a residence. As these buyers walk through a house during a showing, it sometimes can be simple to imagine the possibilities if you buy this residence. On the other hand, it may be tough to envision a future in a particular home if a house fails to match or exceed your expectations.

Think about how you felt as you explored each room in a house during a showing. If you left a home showing with a good feeling about a residence, it may be beneficial to submit an offer or set up a follow-up showing. Conversely, if a home showing left you feeling uncomfortable with a residence, you may want to continue your search for your dream house.

2. Are there any major issues with a home?

Generally, it is a good idea to ask lots of questions about a house during a showing. This will enable you to learn about the condition of a home and determine whether major repairs are necessary.

A home in need of significant upgrades offers opportunities for homebuyers who are looking for a "fixer-upper" house. In fact, if you submit an offer on a fixer-upper home, you may be able to perform assorted repairs to enhance a house's condition and value.

Comparatively, if you are unwilling to perform substantial home upgrades, there is no need to worry. You can always forego submitting an offer on a house after a showing, and by doing so, continue your pursuit for your ideal home.

3. Is a home a viable long-term investment?

As a homebuyer, it is important to find a house that will serve you well both now and in the future. Because if you fail to do so, you risk purchasing a house that will only decline in value in the years to come.

If you feel that a home is a viable long-term investment following a showing, you may want to submit an offer to acquire this residence. Then, if a seller accepts your offer, you can conduct a home inspection and move forward in the homebuying process.

Lastly, as you consider what to do after a home showing, you may want to collaborate with a real estate agent. This housing market professional can help you evaluate the pros and cons of submitting an offer on a particular residence. Perhaps best of all, a real estate agent will offer expert tips to ensure you can find your dream residence in no time at all.




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Posted by Anthony Susi on 4/10/2019


82 Church St, Watertown, MA 02472

Multi-Family

$1,385,000
Price

2
Units
3,804
Approx. GLA
Location...Location...Location... Just steps away from Watertown Square is where you will find this one of a kind stunning two family home. First floor unit features na updated kitchen, good size living room and dining room, 3 bedrooms, 1.5 tiled baths, Harwood floors, front porch & huge rear deck overlooking a professionally landscaped private back yard. Second floor features an updated kitchen with granite counters and sliders leading to a covered deck, entertaining dining room and living room with access to sun-filled front porch, 3 bedrooms and 2 full baths. walk up to the third floor master suite with a jacuzzi tub, tiled walk in shower and sliders to a private rear deck. This unit also features hardwood floors throughout and 3 zone heat and a/c. Detached 2 car garage and more. Definitely not a driveway home. You must see all the custom details this home has to offer. Come take a look today!! Won't Last!!
Open House
Sunday
April 14 at 12:00 PM to 3:00 PM
Come take a look at this one of kind Two Family Home that is sure to "WOW" you over!! Owner Say's Sell.. So send your buyers and all offers will be honored!!
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Posted by Anthony Susi on 4/8/2019

With rent prices soaring in many areas of the U.S., renters are starting to consider whether now is the right time to start saving for a down payment on a home.

Depending on where you live and what your timeline is for buying a house, you might be wondering the same thing.

So, in todayís post, weíre going to talk about how to break down your rental costs to determine whether it makes more sense to buy a home rather than continue renting.

Add up your rental costs

There are any number of costs associated with renting depending on your lease agreement. Some renters are required to pay their own heating and utilities, while others have several bonuses thrown into the cost of their rent, such as internet, gym memberships and more.

So, take a minute to write down each of your rental expenses. To get you started, hereís a list of some of the most common costs for renters:

  • Monthly rent

  • Electric bills

  • Heating bills

  • Trash removal

  • Renterís insurance

  • Parking fees

Now that you know how much you put toward renting each month, itís time to take a look at what it could cost you to own a home.

Homeowner expenses

The key thing to remember about buying a home is that your costs can vary widely based on the size of your home, where itís located, and a number of other factors. However, you can often find area averages online.

If youíre considering a starter home (which you should!), then youíll want to look at houses in your area that are on the lower end of the market.

To get an idea of what your mortgage payments and monthly interest will be, you can use a free tool like Bankrate.

Now, letís make a list of your homeowner expenses:

  • Mortgage payment

  • Home insurance

  • Trash removal

  • Utilities

  • Heating and AC costs (plan for higher costs than renting due to more space)

  • Electricity

  • Property taxes (divided by 12)

  • Mortgage insurance (if you donít have a 20% down payment saved)

Cost-benefit analysis of owning a home vs renting

Now that you know the general costs, youíre getting close to knowing whether it would be cheaper or more expensive to buy a home than rent.

However, that isnít the full picture. When you own a home, youíre responsible for maintenance and upkeep. That means you should budget around $250 per month toward maintenance. Even if you donít use that amount each month, thereís a good chance youíll have to make a repair or upgrade, or even hire a professional to come and fix something on your home.

The final piece of the picture involves home equity. When you own a home, most of the money you pay each month to your lender will come back to you in the form of equity. As a renter, your money goes to your landlord and will never be seen or heard from again.

So, if youíve added up your lists, accounted for maintenance costs, and still have enough left over to live comfortably each month by buying a home, you can most likely bet on buying as being a better option.

If not, it might pay off to rent for another year or two while you save up for a down payment so you can get the lowest interest rate and avoid PMI.




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