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Posted by Paul Zingarelli on 2/20/2019


15 &15R Casimir St, Westfield, MA 01085

Multi-Family

$539,000
Price

4
Units
4,983
Approx. GLA
NEW PRICE DUE TO 2ND FLOOR UNIT RENOVATED WITH NEW APPLIANCES AND QUALITY FINISHES.This Amazing Property Offers a Beautiful 3 Family Home And a Gorgeous Single Family Home, Perfectly Situated On One Lot. This Well Cared For 3 Family Home Offers 3 One Level Units with Many Wood Floors, Kitchen Pantry's, Spacious Rooms With Inviting Floor Plans. Other Features Include Newer Windows, Updated Electrical with Owners Panel, Vinyl Siding and Lead Compliant. As You Make Your Way To The Rear Of The Property You will Find a Stunning Updated Single Family Home. As Soon As You Enter The Front Door You will Quickly Realize You Are Home With an Inviting First Floor Open Floor Plan, Updated Spacious Kitchen With Beautiful Cabinets and Counters, Spacious Front to Back Family Room With 7 Large Windows , Updated Beautiful Full Bath With Double Sinks and Convenient First Floor Laundry. As You Make Your Way To the 2nd Level you will Find 2 Spacious Bedrooms And a Updated Beautiful Master Bath. Call Today
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Posted by Paul Zingarelli on 2/17/2019

A home inspection report may prove to be a difference-maker for a property buyer, and for good reason. With an inspection report in hand, a property buyer will need to decide whether to proceed with a home purchase or rescind a homebuying proposal. Therefore, a property buyer must allocate time and resources to review a home inspection report so he or she can make an informed homebuying decision.

Ultimately, there are many reasons why a homebuyer should trust the final results of a property inspection report, and these reasons include:

1. A home inspection is conducted by a property expert.

A home inspection is conducted by a property expert who will perform a deep evaluation of a house. As such, a home inspector will provide a homebuyer with a comprehensive report that details his or her findings.

For homebuyers, it often is beneficial to search for a top-rated home inspector. This inspector likely will provide an in-depth report that outlines a house's strengths and weaknesses. A homebuyer then can use this report to make an informed decision about how to proceed with a house.

2. A home inspection is used to assess all aspects of a house.

A home inspection generally takes several hours to complete. During this evaluation, a home inspector will look at a home's foundation, heating and cooling systems and other aspects of a house. By doing so, a home inspector will be able to identify any underlying issues with a residence.

It usually is beneficial to ask questions during a home inspection as well. If you strive to learn from a home inspector, you can boost the likelihood of making the best-possible decision about whether a house is right for you.

3. A home inspection offers insights that property buyers may struggle to obtain elsewhere.

Although a homebuyer may visit a house more than once before submitting an offer to purchase, a home inspection represents a learning opportunity unlike any other. A house inspection enables a homebuyer to examine a residence both inside and out with a property expert. Then, this buyer will receive an extensive inspection report that he or she can review prior to finalizing a house purchase.

If you're preparing to search for a home, you may want to hire a real estate agent. This housing market professional will be able to guide you along the homebuying journey. And once you reach the point where you need to conduct a house inspection, a real estate agent will help you find a top home inspector in your city or town.

Of course, a real estate agent will respond to your homebuying concerns and questions too. As a result, a real estate agent will help you take the guesswork out of buying a house.

Ready to find and purchase a home? Before you finalize a house purchase, perform a home inspection Ė you'll be glad you did. Because if you review a home inspection report, you can determine the best course of action relative to a home purchase.




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Posted by Paul Zingarelli on 2/12/2019


132 Prynnwood Rd, Longmeadow, MA 01106

Single-Family

$699,000
Price

8
Rooms
4
Beds
4/1
Full/Half Baths
Come view this amazing home along the 2ND HOLE OF LONGMEADOW'S FINEST COUNTRY CLUB! This remarkable and stunning 4646 sq ft Elroy Webber home resides on 1.61 acres and offers cinder block and steel beam construction, 4 bedrooms and 4.5 baths, the ultimate one-level living experience.This solid home offers Impressive floor-to-ceiling windows and doors with an abundance of skylights bathing the house in natural light. Other features include fine quality wood ceilings, poured solid floors and a gorgeous full-size indoor heated, gunite pool. The recently updated eat-in kitchen includes new cabinetry, updated appliances, barbecue area, pass-through bar to dining room, walk-in pantry and glass subway back splash. Family room hosts a gorgeous wood burning fireplace open to the dining area, which is surrounded by floor-to-ceiling windows and doors. The Asian-inspired landscape design features bamboo, professional lighting and pools of smooth stones for the ultimate calming experience
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February 17 at 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM
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Posted by Paul Zingarelli on 2/10/2019

Buying a home as a single individual comes with its own set of unique experiences and challenges. Some are to be expected, like financing with a single income. While others not so much, like a more competitive market.

You know that financing will be based on your sole income. However, the vast majority of homeowners are couples who have dual incomes. Your eligibility is going to be very different than that of a couple and for some home buyers when they receive a lower number this comes as a shock. Expect to see numbers that are on the lower side of those who apply as couples.

Since you are on a sole income you may want to look into various loan types such as those that offer low-interest rates and lower down payments. Two to look at are first-time buyers programs and FHA loans.

When comparing options watch the lenders fee in comparison to the interest rate. Where you may have low-interest rate it might come with a higher lender fee. Do the math on these ratios to get a true value of each.

Before applying for mortgage approval, clean up your budget and handle any existing debts, especially expensive ones. Pay off card balances, refinance student loans, and swap out expensive monthly car payments for one that is more reasonable.

Draw up a budget and get really clear on just how much house you can afford month to month. Include the cost of house ownership and maintenance in your budget in addition to the cost of future monthly mortgage payments.

As a sole earner having savings is incredibly important as you donít have a second income to rely on. In addition to setting aside your down payment (as close to the recommended 20% as you can), build up a nest egg of three to six months worth income should anything misfortune arise.

Start the buying process well prepared with the right mindset. Smaller houses make up a lower percentage of the housing market and cheaper homes are competitive when it comes to the buying process. Be ready for a search that might go a little longer and a buying process that needs you to move a little faster than traditional ones.

Bring a trusted friend or family member with you to home viewings to have a sounding board for your decision process. Itís easier to get swept away emotionally when you donít have a partner to hash out the gritty details with. Find someone who can come to each viewing with you so that you can compare the different homes proís and conís together.

Buying a home as an individual is a unique process but it doesnít have to be a difficult or lonely one. Ask for feedback from your realtor, bring a trusted friend and know what to expect from the buying process as a sole income earner.





Posted by Paul Zingarelli on 2/9/2019

This Multi-Family in Warren, MA recently sold for $272,000. This style home was sold by Paul Zingarelli - KELLER WILLIAMS REALTY.


18 North St, Warren, MA 01083

Multi-Family

$289,000
Price
$272,000
Sale Price

7
Units
5,885
Approx. GLA
COME VIEW THIS CONVENIENTLY LOCATED 7 FAMILY BRICK HOME FOR ONLY $289,00. THIS TRULY INCREDIBLE INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY OFFERS 4 BEAUTIFUL UPDATED RENTED UNITS AND 3 ADDITIONAL UNFINISHED UNITS JUST WAITING TO START GENERATING INCOME. FOR THE MOTIVATED INVESTOR THIS COULD BE THE CASH COW YOU HAVE BEEN SEARCHING FOR. THIS HOME ALSO OFFERS NEWER WINDOWS. 8 SEPARATE ELECTRIC METERS INCLUDING AN OWNERS PANEL, PLENTY OF PARKING, BEAUTIFUL VIEWS AND LEAD CERTIFICATES. CLOSE TO THE WORCESTER AND BOSTON AREA!!!!!!! CALL TODAY FOR MORE INFO!!!

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