News from Charles River Properties
Did you know?
"How's the market?" That's the first question home buyers and sellers ask their real estate broker.
We've just added a new research tool our team can use to provide a timely, reliable and objective answer to that question for any location.
for a look at current reports for some of the places where we helped our clients buy or sell homes in 2020.
If you're a landlord,
you don't need us to remind you that the rental market has been challenging, to say the least. Rentals have been a core part of our business for ten years.
Here's a quick look at the services we offer.
We produce 360 video tours
for many of our properties offered for lease and sale.
Here are some examples.
a broker in our Newton Office, is now a Notary Public. If you need a document notarized, feel free to give her a call at 617-916-3808 or
complete this form.
Our local homeless population is in need of warm clothing
. Our Waltham rental agent,
collects clothing for distribution at the Community Day Care Center. Check Pat's
for an update on what's most needed.
Our Recent Closings
Closed January 14:
Quaint 2 bed/1 bath condo
on a tree-lined street-a quick commute to the JFK and Andrew Square red line stations. This condo sits atop a detached 3-family on Harvest Street, allowing for tons of natural sunlight to stream in. We represented the buyer.
Closed January 6:
Large Worcester 3- family
in a great commuter location.
Closed December 18: A 1960
expanded ranch house
on Waverley Oaks Road, near the Belmont line. One compelling feature is the back yard, nicely landscaped by the owner over many years; another is a nice ground-floor office formerly used as a beauty parlor.
Also closed recently:
An 18th C Colonial home in Northfield
Our North Shore agent,
, just completed the sale of a gorgeous condominium unit in Salem. Miguel listed
17 Central Street, Unit 8
for $459,900, sold it for $467,500. Reach Miguel at 617-233-6075.
A Commercial investment opportunity
Are you looking for an opportunity to invest in a commercial property? Our newest Commercial listing merits your consideration.
33-41 Nason street in Maynard
is a mixed-use commercial/residential building with six units generating approximately $109,200 in Gross Income.
Residential and Commercial Properties for Rent
We have several attractive residential properties for rent, some furnished. Looking for a commercial property investment, a garage for rent in Newton or retail storefronts for lease in Arlington or Maynard?
Let us know if one of these places appeals to you.
We promote some of our listings on MLS, but in most cases the rentals we offer are available exclusively through us.
Real Estate Market News and Opinions
Centers for Disease Control Situation Summary
Information from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts
Coping with Coronavirus Stress
Looking to the future *
Waltham Mutual Aid Network
Atty. Richard Vetstein's Massachusetts Real Estate Law Blog
Need to know more about mortgage relief options?
Coronavirus resources for property owners
Mortgage help for homeowners impacted by the coronavirus
For home buyers and sellers
Right now may be the right time to sell your house*
Four Expert Views on the 2021 Housing Marlet 1-01-21*
The #1 Reason not to wait to list your home for sale 10-14-20*
Why pricing your home right is essential 10-5-20
How to Prepare for a Bidding War 10-16-20*
How to Invest in Real Estate During the Pandemic 5-18-20
Home Buying Guide -- Zillow 8-20
What landlords wish new investors knew before buying their first property 12-11-20
Ten Ways to Catch Frauduent Rental Applications 6-25-20
COVID-19 Coronavirus Landlord-Tenant Laws, Regulations and Procedures Monthly updates
The Newfound Importance of Technology in Property Management (National Real Estate Investor)
*Items marked * are from the Charles River Properties LLC blog.
All opinions are those of the respective authors. Charles River Properties LLC employees and associates do not necessarily share the views expressed. For general information only, not legal or tax advice. Any property information is subject to change and is from sources we deem reliable but its accuracy is not guaranteed.