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Zumper ranked Boston as the third most expensive rental market in the United States.
Boston moved up two spots, with one-bedroom rent growing 3.3% to $2,480. Two-bedroom rent saw no fluctuation at $2,700/month.
A major benefit of working with one of our ...View More
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Thinking about getting your home loan with the same institution where you do your banking? This may not be the best option for you if you bank with a large commercial lender. Here are 4 reasons why going smaller is better when you shop for a mortgage.
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**Your lender decides what you can borrow but you decide what you can afford.**
When you make the decision to purchase a home, it is worth your time to consider total expenses and mortgage payments in your decision.
Lenders are careful, but they make qualification decisions based on averages and ...
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Are you thinking now would be a good time to buy that house I've always wanted? Have you started visiting local Open House(s) and learning a little about what the neighborhood has to offer? Great. You're on the right path to home-ownership but let's not forget ...View More
Freddie Mac (OTCQB: FMCC) last week released the results of its Primary Mortgage Market Survey® (PMMS®), showing average fixed mortgage rates reaching new 2015 highs heading into the holiday weekend and ahead of the June jobs report.