AT HARVARD AVE REALTY, WE WORK WITH YOU TO FORM A PARTNERSHIP
Our job is to help you make decisions you can be proud of.We own one of the most up to date databases in the Boston area and excellent buyer aid technology to keep you informed from beginning to end. We are committed to assist you and provide you with the best-personalized home-finding experience.
Purchasing a home is one of the biggest life changing decisions you will make, and it is our responsibility to make the process as stress-free as possible. Together, we will determine what type of property and price range are best for you, provide in-depth information and neighborhood tours, and educate you on the best financing steps to take.
WE OFFER SINGLE FAMILY AND MULTI FAMILY CONDOMINIUMS FOR PURCHASE IN BOSTON.
FROM TIME TO TIME WE ALSO OFFER COOPERATIVES.
Single Family Homes
Single-family homes are homes built on a single lot, with no shared walls. The entire space around the building is private. They also typically have no property management fees, such as the ones associated with condominium and townhomes. These are often considered advantages. However, all maintenance and repair costs — interior, exterior, and everything in between — are at the owner’s expense.
A building which by design houses a number of different families in separate units. A good example of multi family housing is an apartment building. Additionally, Duplexes, quadraplexes and townhomes also qualify as multifamily housing. An individual, an entity, may own the entire building structure or, as is with condominiums by individuals who have purchased units.
Condominiums are a multi-unit complex in which the units are individually owned.
When buying a condominium, you are purchasing the deed to the real estate within that building and will be responsible for real estate taxes and monthly common charges. Moving, renovation and sub letting rules tend to be less strict in condos. Most new inventory entering the market is condominiums, and prices are usually higher.
A multi-unit apartment building where each resident has an interest in the entire building, and a lease (or contract or share of stock) enabling the owner to occupy a particular apartment unit there.
The co-op association, which is usually a corporation consisting of all the shareholders, owns the entire building, including all of the individual units. Very few of these in the Boston Area.
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