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Posted by TLC Real Estate on 1/24/2020


501 Commerce Dr, Braintree, MA 02184

Condo

$339,900
Price

4
Rooms
2
Beds
2
Baths
Desirable Turtle Crossing Largest floor plan first floor condo Open granite kitchen, island seating for 5. Wood floor, stainless appliances over sized pantry opens to generous sized living room overlooking private covered patio New gas range and tankless water heater Complex offers seasonal pool,hot tub,fitness center,club room,putting green and a playground On site management Close to rt 3 ,53 & 93,commuter rail,South Shore Hospital,Whole Foods etc...
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Sunday
January 26 at 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
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Posted by TLC Real Estate on 1/24/2020

As a homebuyer, you likely will want to do everything possible to secure your dream house at a budget-friendly price. Yet for those who are dealing with an aggressive property seller, achieving the optimal results may prove to be challenging.

Lucky for you, we're here to help you simplify the homebuying process so you can acquire your ideal residence at an affordable price – even if you're forced to deal with an aggressive home seller.

Now, let's take a look at three tips to help you deal with an aggressive property seller and accomplish your desired homebuying results.

1. Remain Patient

It may be tough to deal with an aggressive home seller at times, but those who stay the course can buy a house that matches or exceeds their expectations.

Remember, a patient homebuyer generally is a happy homebuyer. If a buyer avoids rash decisions and remains calm, cool and collected when dealing with an aggressive seller, he or she can boost the likelihood of making the best-possible choices throughout the property buying journey.

2. Focused on Your Desired Results

The ultimate goal of the homebuying journey is to find and buy a house that you can enjoy for years to come. In some instances, an aggressive seller may make it difficult for you to accomplish your goal. But if you prioritize the end results of the homebuying journey, you may be better equipped than others to secure a terrific residence.

If you focus on the big picture, you may be able to reduce the risk that minor issues with an aggressive home seller could slow down the property buying journey. And if you do whatever it takes to achieve your desired homebuying results, you may be able to find unique solutions to various problems.

Don't forget to maintain open communication with a seller. If you open the lines of communication with a seller, both you and a seller can work together to ensure all parties are satisfied with the results of a home sale.

3. Hire a Real Estate Agent

If you're uncertain about how to deal with an aggressive seller, you may want to hire a real estate agent. That way, you'll have an expert negotiator at your disposal.

A real estate agent is happy to negotiate with a home seller and his or her agent on your behalf. By doing so, a real estate agent will minimize the risk of potential property buying delays.

Let's not forget about the frequent updates that a real estate agent provides during a negotiation with a property seller, either. A real estate agent will keep you informed about seller negotiations and ensure you can move along the homebuying cycle. And if you ever have concerns or questions during the homebuying journey, a real estate agent is ready to respond to them at your convenience.

Manage the homebuying journey like never before – use the aforementioned tips, and you can avoid the headaches commonly associated with dealing with an aggressive property seller.




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Posted by TLC Real Estate on 1/17/2020

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Identity theft is an issue that has become more common since the digital age has bristled and bloomed. Many people are victims of phishing scams – an online predator steals your identity by impersonating a respectable institution and takes your sensitive information, financial information being stolen from non-secured sites, hacking or good, old-fashioned credit card theft, to name a few. Every form of identity theft can lead to severely damaging credit reports and scores, and may affect whether or not you’re able to purchase your next home.

Are you a victim of identity theft?

Often, your financial institution will contact you if they suspect suspicious activity on your accounts. As an account holder, monitoring these accounts or setting up an extra layer of security notifications will also help you figure out when someone is trying to steal your identity. Some of the tell-tale signs of identity theft can include a rapidly plummeting credit score, random accounts appearing in your financial hub, notification of attempted loan applications via mail, etc.

What should you do if you think you’ve been targeted for identity theft?

Freeze Your Credit

You can put a freeze on your credit by contacting the three major credit bureaus. When doing so, feel free to report that you suspect you’ve been targeted for identity theft. Once you place the freeze on your account, creditors will have to verify that they have done their due diligence in confirming your identity should they wish to open a new account for you or check your credit report.

Send a Fraud Alert

You may also want to send a fraud alert out to the credit bureaus. Doing so informs them that there’s been a breach in your personal security, and you’re trying to amend the situation.

Check Your Credit Report

Monitor your credit report to see where things went awry. You are entitled to one free credit report per year, so make the most of it. Obtaining your credit report should allow you to pinpoint exactly when the fraudulent activity started and give you some insight into what was going on at the time.

Talk to the Debt Collectors

If someone has taken advantage of your credit and your identity, there’s a good chance you’ll be receiving some information from debt collectors; especially if you were unaware that the debt was being racked up in the first place. The best thing to do is give them a call and find out exactly which debt they’re collecting on, who they’re acting on behalf of and get any other information that may pertain to your identity being stolen.

File a Report

Identity theft is a heavy crime and should be reported to the police immediately. After reporting with the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and getting your report, be sure to have an official government ID with photograph, all current mailing information and any other reports that you’ve collected stating that your identity has been stolen.
Many Americans are afflicted by identity theft every year. Once the issue has been halted and is monitored carefully, you may want to start rebuilding. Request a new card from your credit card company and bank. Keep an eye on those accounts, protect yourself by taking the extra security measures of shopping on secured sites, requesting verification from anyone asking you for sensitive information and checking your credit activity often. This will lower your chances of undergoing a second attack.





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Posted by TLC Real Estate on 1/16/2020


501 Commerce Dr, Braintree, MA 02184

Condo

$339,900
Price

4
Rooms
2
Beds
2
Baths
Desirable Turtle Crossing Largest floor plan first floor condo Open granite kitchen, island seating for 5. Wood floor, stainless appliances over sized pantry opens to generous sized living room overlooking private covered patio New gas range and tankless water heater Complex offers seasonal pool,hot tub,fitness center,club room,putting green and a playground On site management Close to rt 3 ,53 & 93,commuter rail,South Shore Hospital,Whole Foods etc...
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Posted by TLC Real Estate on 1/16/2020


10 Shipyard Drive, Hingham, MA 02043

Condo

$699,999
Price

5
Rooms
2
Beds
2
Baths
Escape ordinary in this new waterfront condominium community in the vibrant Hingham Shipyard. If you dream of soft sea breezes and stunning water views, this is the home for you. If you’re looking for single-level living and a beautifully appointed home, look no more. Hingham’s only new condominiums directly on the water, Brio is just steps from the ferry and right in the heart of the Hingham Shipyard’s relaxed lifestyle. No wonder Brio is the South Shore’s premiere luxury condominium opportunity. Walk-in tours available 7 days a week 12-2pm.
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Saturday
January 18 at 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
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