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Posted by Bethania Camilo on 12/21/2017


20 Aegean Dr, Methuen, MA 01844

Commercial

$2,500
Price

0
Buildings
Commercial Condo
Type of Comm.
Property has 5 private offices with kitchen area, two bathrooms. reception area, loading dock with plenty of storage. Gas heat and central a/c. Conveniently located off route 93 West Methuen. Close to multiple shopping areas and restaurants. Easy access from Pelham Street.
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Posted by Bethania Camilo on 12/19/2017


30 Saxonia Ave, Lawrence, MA 01841

Single-Family

$309,900
Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
1
Baths
Completely remodeled large single family home ready to move in!!! This home features gleaming hardwood floors throughout. Brand new kitchen with stainless steel appliances, granite counter-tops, center island, hardwood floors, dining area and recess lighting. Spacious dining room. Three generous sized bedrooms. New roof. New siding. Vinyl windows. Garage and parking. Good size yard. Finished basement. Come take a look before it's gone!
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Posted by Bethania Camilo on 12/18/2017

Completely remodeled large single family home ready to move in!!! This home features gleaming hardwood floors throughout. Brand new kitchen with stainless steel appliances, granite counter-tops, center island, hardwood floors, dining area and recess lighting. Spacious dining room. Three generous sized bedrooms. New roof. New siding. Vinyl windows. Garage and parking. Good size yard. Finished basement. Come take a look before it's gone!

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Posted by Bethania Camilo on 12/18/2017

Completely remodeled large single family home ready to move in!!! This home features gleaming hardwood floors throughout. Brand new kitchen with stainless steel appliances, granite counter-tops, center island, hardwood floors, dining area and recess lighting. Spacious dining room. Three generous sized bedrooms. New roof. New siding. Vinyl windows. Garage and parking. Good size yard. Finished basement. Come take a look before it's gone!

This is a Colonial style home and features 6 total rooms, 1 full bath, 3 bedrooms, 0.14 Acres, and is currently available for $309,900.

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Posted by Bethania Camilo on 12/17/2017

In your search for a home, thereís one option that you may be overlooking. That is the act of sharing a home with others. It can help you to divide the expenses of homeownership and even put you on a faster path to homeownership. When you do decide to share the cost of homeownership with others, thereís a few things that you should know.


Thereís so many different advantages to co-buying a home with a relative, even as a married couple. You do need to make sure that the arrangement is well thought out and planned ahead of time. 


The Title


When you buy a house, you receive whatís called a title. In the case of co-ownership, it explains how the buyers are sharing the title. The way the title is set up could have consequences down the road, especially when it comes to one person exiting the house, and parting ways with the agreement.  


When Sharing A Property With A Non-Spouse


When youíre sharing the property with a non-spouse, you have a few options. These include:


Tenant In Common


With this option, thereís no need for a 50/50 split. Buyers are allowed to own unequal interests in the property. If one of the co-owners were to pass away, their ownership would be transferred to one of their beneficiaries. For this reason, tenant in common is the most popular way that buyers who are not related agree in guying a property together and take on the title.     


Joint Tenants With Right Of Survivorship


With this option, co-buyers have no option but to own equal interests in the property at hand as a 50/50 split. If you bought a home with two other people, youíd each have one-third interest in the home, and so on. If one tenant passes away, the remaining owners gain the deceased ownerís percentage of interest in the property. Thereís no need for a court proceeding or probate, this happens automatically. Even if the deceased owner has a will designating their portion of the property be given to someone else, the request is null and will generally be refused.   



Both of these co-ownership options allow for an undivided interest in a property. All owners are co-owners as a part of the entire piece of property. If one owner wants to sell, for example, they would be selling their tenancy or part interest in the property.       

Important Things To Do:


  • Create a co-ownership agreement
  • Clarify who owns what percentage
  • Decide who pays the ongoing expenses
  • Give options if any owners want out in the future


You could draft one of these agreements with a qualified attorney. Itís a good idea to sit with everyone before the purchase of the property is made to talk and lay out all of the expectations. Everyone should have one of these agreements in writing, however. 


While sharing a property purchase can reduce your debt, itís important to make smart agreements and understand whether the decision makes sense for you and all parties involved.