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Posted by Mac Chinsomboon on 9/19/2018


167 Warren Ave, Boston, MA 02116

South End

Condo

$649,000
Price

3
Rooms
1
Beds
1
Baths
This sunny floorthru one bedroom has high ceilings and tall windows, and is on the second parlor level in a quintessential New England brownstone. The efficient kitchen features a modern backsplash and corian countertop, and a cutout opening to the large living room with a bow-front carve out perfect for a dining area, and a beautiful decorative fireplace with marble mantel and a huge classic mirror. Beautiful hardwood floors, an open closet system in the bedroom, a fresh bathroom with tub shower, and in-unit laundry. Located right in the middle of the South End, close to the Back Bay, steps to great restaurants, cafes, and shops, Back Bay Station (Orange subway and Commuter rail & Amtrak), Prudential station (Green subway), and just 2 blocks from the Southwest Corridor where there’s tennis, basketball, gardens, walking and running path, and right down to luxury shopping at Copley and Prudential. On street permit parking and rental garage nearby. Low condo fee of $148/month.
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Posted by Mac Chinsomboon on 9/18/2018

This Condo in Needham, MA recently sold for $800,000. This Townhouse style home was sold by Mac Chinsomboon - Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage.


900 Greendale Ave, Needham, MA 02492

Condo

$799,900
Price
$800,000
Sale Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Newer construction townhouse was built in 2015. Unique as it features $110K+ in luxury upgrades. Deep garage leads to a heated entrance, and “plus” room. The 2nd flr is open concept living/dining/kitchen, accent wood paneled walls, wide-plank hw floors, moulding, gas fireplace slate floor, surround sound, dining area, sliding door to a deck, a bedroom and half bath. The kitchen features Sub-Zero refrigerator, Miele dishwasher, Bosch oven/micro, Quartzite counters, tiled backsplash, custom hand-blown light fixtures. The 3rd floor features two en-suite bedrooms and bathrooms (heated floors), and LG full-feature full-size washer/dryer in the hallway closet. The master bedroom has a fully accessorized walk-in closet w/ safe, grasscloth wallpaper, large walk-in shower, separate soaking tub, heated floors. Legand light dimmers and power blinds w/ remote. The 20 unit complex is 0.6 miles to the Hersey Commuter Rail, near Needham Golf Club, the Charles River, I-95/Rt-128/Rt-9.

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Posted by Mac Chinsomboon on 9/17/2018

This Condo in Boston, MA recently sold for $449,900. This 2/3 Family style home was sold by Mac Chinsomboon - Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage.


11 Juliette St., Boston, MA 02122

Dorchester's Meeting House Hill

Condo

$449,900
Price
$449,900
Sale Price

5
Rooms
2
Beds
2
Baths
Check out the amazing Views from the 11 Juliette St condos! Wonderful rehab of your Traditional Boston Triple decker with the Volume pumped up.These 2 bed/ 2 bath Condos offer Snappy kitchen upgrades with granite, upgraded stainless appliances, Fresh Paint, Gleaming Hardwoods, Tremendous open floor plans,, and Central A/C!! A new common back yard patio area is a great addition to the front and back porches if you like being outdoors. Large Storage units in the basement! Pet Friendly & Priced to move! 2 year Home Warranty, too! On Street parking with quick access to Fields Corner T.

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Posted by Mac Chinsomboon on 9/16/2018

You may have been looking at homes online for awhile. You might have set up a search to allow properties that meet a certain search criteria to reach your inbox. At some point, you’re going to be heading to open houses, seeing homes firsthand. Whether you tour the home during an open house, or set up a private showing with your realtor, you’ll want to make the most out of your home searches. Each showing is for a limited amount of time, making the time you spend at each home crucial to your search. 


Select The Right Homes To View


You’ll need t narrow down the list of homes from your online search that you’d actually like to see in person. Some ways to easily narrow down the properties are:


  • Look at property details and photos of the property at least a few times. 
  • Ask questions before you go so your realtor can get researching.
  • Ask your realtor if they have similar properties available in their database.


Don’t Look If You Can’t Afford It


It’s a good idea to know your budget before you go and see homes. You don’t want to fall in love with a home that you can’t afford. you want to be more realistic in your approach to what type of home you can afford. 

The listing price comes from a variety of factors including the view, the square footage of the home, the location and more. Similar homes will have similar price tags. If you stick with homes in your budget range, your search will be much easier. 


Understand How Home Showings Are Scheduled


Real estate agents can schedule private home showings for you. You are able to send your agent every listing that you want to see, and they’ll advise you on it and make arrangements. A good agent will think of all the factors that are involved in scheduling the showings including planning the appointment windows and calculating the driving distances. This way, you’ll know how many homes you can realistically see in a certain time frame. Your real estate agent will be able to make all of the calls needed for you and schedule the showings accordingly.    


When you hire a real estate agent, you’ll have a professional by your side to walk you through each home. With someone there to help you see both the pros and cons of a property, you’ll be able to make an informed decision for your home purchase. Your agent can guide you in everything from the state of the real estate market itself to the neighborhood that yoau’re looking to move into. When it comes to making the most of home showings, the biggest piece of advice that you can take is to not go it alone. This is why having a realtor is a great asset!  





Posted by Mac Chinsomboon on 9/9/2018

You want to buy a house, but you know that you need to save as much money as possible for a down payment. Although you've tried to save money in the past, your best efforts have failed to help you collect the funds that you'll need to make a down payment on your dream residence.

Let's face it – saving for a home can be difficult. Fortunately, we're here to offer creative ways to help you get the money that you'll need to make your homeownership dream come true.

Now, let's take a look at three creative ways to save for a down payment on a house.

1. Start a Friendly Competition

Competition often brings out the best in homebuyers. Much in the same vein, you and your friends may be able to compete against one another to see who can save the most money for a down payment on a home.

If you and your friends intend to buy a home together or separately, a friendly competition can make a world of difference in getting the required funds for a down payment. In fact, you can even award the winner of this competition with an "Ultimate Saver" trophy or other fun prizes.

Ultimately, a friendly competition is a great way to have fun with friends and save money for a down payment on a house at the same time. Regardless of who wins the competition, you'll notice that your down payment savings will increase, moving you one step closer to acquiring your ideal residence.

2. Use a Rewards System

Saving for a down payment on a home may seem like a long, arduous process. However, if you build rewards into your day-to-day savings efforts, you can earn incentives as you reach various milestones.

For instance, you may want to reward yourself with a special dinner every time that you reach a savings milestone. Or, you can always celebrate hitting a savings milestone with a trip to the dog park with your puppy.

3. Trim the Fat from Your Budget

It sometimes can be tough to remove cable TV, takeout meals and other excess items from your budget. But if you consider the long-term benefits of these short-term sacrifices, you may be better equipped than ever before to save significant funds for a down payment on a home.

Look closely at your daily, weekly and monthly budgets. Then, you can determine which budget items are essential and which are not and trim the fat from your budget accordingly. This will allow you to speed up the process of saving for a down payment on a house and ensure that you can achieve your homeownership dream faster than ever before.

Lastly, as you prepare to explore available homes, don't hesitate to reach out to a real estate agent for extra help. By hiring a real estate agent, you can get the assistance that you need to discover a great house that falls within your price range.