Len and Leslie Marma | Marshfield Real Estate, Scituate Real Estate, Pembroke Real Estate



49 Hingham Ave, Marshfield, MA 02050

Land

$129,900
Price

0.23
Acres
Residential
Land Type
BUILD YOUR NEW SINGLE FAMILY HOME WITH 4 BEDROOMS AND AN ATTACHED 22X22 GARAGE OVERLOOKING THE SOUTH RIVER CORRIDOR WITH GREAT VIEWS. PERC TESTS, SOIL SURVEY AND APPROVED SEPTIC DESIGN, FOUNDATION/BUILDING PERMIT ALL IN HAND. OVERHEAD ELECTRIC AVAILABLE, WATER LINE TO BE EXTENDED FROM ADJOINING LOT, ACCEPTABLE ROAD AS IS, NO WETLANDS.GREAT LOT IN WOODED SETTING. SELLER WILL CLEAR TREES AND STUMPS AND INSTALL A NEW SEPTIC SYSTEM.
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49 Hingham Ave, Marshfield, MA 02050

Land

$169,900
Price

0.23
Acres
Residential
Land Type
BUILD YOUR NEW SINGLE FAMILY HOME WITH 4 BEDROOMS AND AN ATTACHED 22X22 GARAGE OVERLOOKING THE SOUTH RIVER CORRIDOR WITH GREAT VIEWS. PERC TESTS, SOIL SURVEY AND APPROVED SEPTIC DESIGN, FOUNDATION/BUILDING PERMIT ALL IN HAND. OVERHEAD ELECTRIC AVAILABLE, WATER LINE TO BE EXTENDED FROM ADJOINING LOT, ACCEPTABLE ROAD AS IS, NO WETLANDS.GREAT LOT IN WOODED SETTING. SELLER WILL CLEAR TREES AND STUMPS AND INSTALL A NEW SEPTIC SYSTEM.
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35 Chickatabot Rd, Quincy, MA 02169

Merrymount

Single-Family

$395,000
Price

7
Rooms
4
Beds
1
Baths
Walk to beach from this classic home in the popular Merrymount section of Quincy. LR w FP, dining area, eat-in kit., first floor master, 3 bedrooms up, full basement, bright 3 season room and garage all on a landscaped lot with private patio and screened in and open porches. Great potential and great neighborhood.
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49 Hingham Ave, Marshfield, MA 02050

Land

$149,900
Price

0.23
Acres
Residential
Land Type
BUILD YOUR NEW SINGLE FAMILY HOME WITH 4 BEDROOMS AND AN ATTACHED 22X22 GARAGE OVERLOOKING THE SOUTH RIVER CORRIDOR WITH GREAT VIEWS. PERC TESTS, SOIL SURVEY AND APPROVED SEPTIC DESIGN, FOUNDATION/BUILDING PERMIT ALL IN HAND. OVERHEAD ELECTRIC AVAILABLE, WATER LINE TO BE EXTENDED FROM ADJOINING LOT, ACCEPTABLE ROAD AS IS, NO WETLANDS.GREAT LOT IN WOODED SETTING.
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Many people think of their first home as a “starter home.” This refers to a home that is fairly small and typically is for young people who are just starting out in a new phase of life. These types of homes are generally not thought of as “forever homes.” Many times, as families expand, they will move on from their starter homes to bigger and better homes. This includes living in desirable neighborhoods and adding extra comforts that the first home may not have had. Other times, people expand on their starter home in order to make more room for children and the needs of a growing family. These homes truly are jumping off points. Studies show that the idea of starter homes is disappearing. It could be that the requirements of first-time homebuyers are changing and therefore the types of homes that are being sought after are few and far between. The expectations of buyers have increased greatly. Buyers would like adequate space and hope that their first home is not only in a great location, but ready for them to move in without much work as well. Really, buyers are looking for everything anyone would want in their forever home in their starter homes. So, is it a smart idea to search for a starter home, only to move a few years later? The answer is multi-faceted. Starter homes are typically the homes that you can afford at the present time in your life. If you decide that you can save up longer and go for the house you really want, that may be a smarter financial decision for you. There’s always an option to wait for more homes to go on the market while you rent a place. If you do decide to go for a starter home, here’s some tips for you: Don’t Try To Get Everything You Want For A Low Price Buyers tend to have wish lists of the things they desire in a house. While that’s a great idea, don’t expect to get everything you want in your starter home. Manage your expectations along with the cost of the home. See Where You Can Expand Many homes have great potential, but buyers have what they see set in their minds and fail to see what can be done in the future. Look at homes with open eyes and picture the possibilities. Know There Will Be Work Involved Purchasing a starter home means that you’ll usually need to participate in home improvement projects. Don’t go for a home that needs major work done if you’re not up for the challenge. Typically, you’ll need to be able to get your hands dirty by doing things like changing out wallpaper, painting walls, or sanding cabinets. These are the little projects that make your house your own.



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