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Posted by The Mavroules Team on 7/24/2017

Character meets modern conveniences and high-end finishes in this beautifully restored Mansion. Completely renovated 3 bedroom 2 bath townhouse. Main level has open concept: kitchen, dining, living room. Kitchen features high end finishes include premium grade granite, breakfast bar, designer lighting, designer tile back-splash, Stainless steel appliances including 5 burner gas cooking. Living room with exposed Antique brick gas fireplace. Lots of natural light, Soaring 10 foot ceilings & gas fireplace and original ornate mouldings in livingroom. Spa-like En-suite master bath featuring designer tile and glass doors. Laundry in unit. New: Roof, Paint inside and out, windows, plumbing, electrical, gas heat and central A C, foam insulation and soundproofing, sprinklered building, exclusive use Side deck. Back yard with common patio. Commuters dream! 5 minute walk to Salem train station!

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Posted by The Mavroules Team on 7/21/2017

There are countless reasons a homeowner might want to sell their home and buy another. Some want to move for a change of scenery or to relocate for work. Others are parents with a recently empty nest who want to downsize to something more affordable that meets their needs.

The good news for second time homebuyers is that you already have an idea of what to expect when buying a home. The research, paperwork, disappointments, and delays that come with buying a home can all be prepared for. However, if you have the burden of selling your old home, finding a temporary place to live, and then moving into a new one, your responsibilities can be doubled or tripled.

In this guide, weíll go over how to prepare for selling your old home and moving into the new one. Weíll cover some common mistakes and offer some advice to keep you sane throughout this daunting (but exciting!) process.

Buying or selling first

For most homeowners, selling first makes the most sense financially. Holding onto a second house often means having to make two mortgage payments at once. Similarly, selling first will give you a much clearer idea of your budget for your new home.

Depending on market conditions, your home may or may not sell for as much as you were hoping. Itís important to keep this in mind before signing onto a new mortgage.

Moving logistics

Once you sell your home, youíll have to work out living and storage arrangements until you are ready to move into your new home. It may seem easy at first--just rent for a couple months until your move-in date, right? It isnít always that simple, however, as deals can sometimes fall through and you can find yourself with a move-out date from your own home without having finalized a deal on your new home. Because of this, many homeowners elect to may their current mortgage for an extra month or two until they can move in to their new home. 

Research your options for short-term living and storage in your area. See if you can work with moving companies who will give you a discount for helping you move twice; once to the storage facility and again to your new home.

One way around this is to time your move out and move-in dates so that you donít have to worry about storage. Some homebuyers will even move into the new home before officially closing on the home (i.e., take possession before closing). While this may be convenient, it can also be dangerous for the buyer and the seller.

Plan meticulously

One of the best piece of advice we can give is to stick to your schedule and keep good records during your buying and selling processes. Make sure whoever buys your home is aware of your plans for moving out and that anything that could delay those plans (inspection issues, moving logistics) are taken care of.  

Keeping track of all this information can be difficult, so donít be afraid to keep a daily list or planner of the things you need to take care of, and never be afraid to reach out to your real estate agent who will often be able to advise you on the best way to make your move as smooth a process as possible.

Posted by The Mavroules Team on 7/20/2017

Look no further, your dream home is here! This brand new conversion boasts a wonderful combination of old world charm and modern amenities & is anything but cookie cutter. Everything has been thought of in this beautifully restored 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath home, that feels like a single family, but with none of the responsibilities. Located 0.5 miles from the commuter rail, this home truly is a commuterís dream. Too many high-end finishes to list, including premium grade granite, breakfast bar, designer lighting, designer tile back-splash & stainless steel appliances. No expense has been spared in the 3 high-end spa-like bathrooms. Other highlights include a completely open concept first floor, perfect for entertaining, gleaming hardwood floors, 2 gas fireplaces, soaring 10 foot ceilings, in-unit laundry, central A/C, over-sized windows & private entrance. All of this in a PET FRIENDLY, maintenance free building, with a very low condo fee. Come experience worry free living at its finest!

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Posted by The Mavroules Team on 7/19/2017

140 Beach, Revere, MA 02151



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Thriving business in excellent area! Call for appointment.
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Posted by The Mavroules Team on 7/18/2017

This Single-Family in Gardner, MA recently sold for $90,000. This Colonial style home was sold by The Mavroules Team - Atlantic Coast Homes.

149 Temple Street, Gardner, MA 01440


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Great project to start in the spring. Three bedrooms, living room, eat in kitchen, bathroom, all for a great price. Nice level back yard. Hardwood floors through out first floor. All offer's must be cash or rehab only.

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