The Best Home for You Boston MA

The perfect home in Boston, the one that you imagine in your mind, is a great image. However, it is an image that is not all that simple to create. There is no perfect home because all homebuyers have different wants and needs. Some people have families, others are single; some want to have a swimming pool, others do not.

Davis Marcus Partners
(617) 451-1300
One Appleton Street
Boston, MA
 
Long & Gordon Real Estate
(617) 266-2100
633 Tremont St Ste A
Boston, MA

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Keating & Co
(617) 227-8970
66 Beacon St
Boston, MA

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Sprogis Real Estate Dc Incorporated
(617) 262-0018
679 Tremont St
Boston, MA

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Campion and Company
(617) 236-0711
172 Newbury Street, 3rd Floor
Boston, MA
 
Century 21
(617) 482-8493
1 Bromfield St
Boston, MA

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Teel Realty
(617) 557-1799
10 Tremont St Ste 6
Boston, MA

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Louisburg Properties
(617) 720-2999
102 Charles St
Boston, MA

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Furnished Quarters - Massachusetts
(617) 236-4908
221 Massachusetts Avenue, #202
Boston, MA
 
Cornerstone Properties Inc
(617) 742-4454
99 Charles St Ste B
Boston, MA

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The perfect home, the one that you imagine in your mind, is a great image. However, it is an image that is not all that simple to create.

There is no perfect home because all homebuyers have different wants and needs. Some people have families, others are single; some want to have a swimming pool, others do not. Home ownership is a many faceted ideal.

Condos, Co-ops, and Town homes
There are many different types of homes and depending on your situation, you may want to consider the following:

Single Family Detached
It can be an old fixer-upper or it can be a fantastic new home with all the trimmings. However, the fact remains that it is a starter home on its own bit of property. The great thing about a single family detached home is that you get to decide the exterior style and make your own rules (noise, etc.). But remember that you also have to do all the repairs.

Condominiums
Although condos take many different forms, they still abide by two basic principles. First, the owner owns the interior, from the walls in and a portion of the exterior (the roof and communal areas). Second, all owners pay dues to fund a homeowner’s association that handles maintenance, common-area repairs, insurance, and unpleasant surprises. For some buyers, for example singletons and couples without children, condos are an excellent choice. They usually come at a lower cost and the owners do not have to worry about maintenance, while oftentimes they still have all the desired amenities like a swimming pool. The downside, however, is that you have to share many of the amenities, there is more noise, and you will likely appreciate less when it comes time for you to sell.

Co-op
Co-op is short for cooperative apartment, but they are more rare than other forms of property and usually only exist in densely populated areas. People who own co-ops own properties similar to condos with a medium-sized exception. Owners do not own their own unit, they own a share of the corporation that owns the entire property. The corporation manages the property and deals with homeowner’s association dues, maintenance, and pays the mortgage and other bills. The positive is that shareholders get to vote on all major decision, including who gets to live their. Therefore they can prevent prospective buyers from moving in based on financial or reputation issues, though they cannot discriminate by law. However, the negative is that it may be as difficult to leave as it was to move in.

Townhouses
The term “townhouse” is a decorative title, not a legal one. These homes are entirely owned by the buyer, but the walls are shared by another home. They serve as middle ground between houses and condominiums. The compromise is that you do own the land, which comes with a yard, albeit a small one and there are amenities such as swimming pools and other facilities. However, the flip side is that there are noise, privacy, and stylistic issues. They appreciate more than condos when it comes to sell, but less than detached homes.

Detached homes, co-ops, and townhouses all have their benefits. What you buy depends on what will suit your needs best.

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