RESOURCES

RESOURCES FOR THE MASSACHUSETTS HOMEBUYER

CREDIT & CREDIT SCORING

There are many resources for credit and credit scoring. We provide links to help locate the information you need. READ MORE

MORTGAGES

The CFPB, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, is an excellent source of information about mortgage financing and homebuying. See this and other useful links. READ MORE

NEIGHBORHOOD AND SCHOOL INFORMATION

Knowing your neighborhood and the schools available for raising you family is crucial to the home buying process. Valuable links are here. READ MORE

EXPERT BUYING HELP

Yes, home-buying can be an adventure.  Knowing who to trust and which advice is worth considering and following is the biggest challenge you will face.  This website will help you to understand the process and pitfalls. READ MORE

HOMES FOR SALE

Looking to check out homes for sale in Massachusetts without having to sign up and provide your email address?  This is the best website to use. READ MORE

ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS

Homebuyers in Massachusetts will find down-payment and closing-cost-assistance programs and grants by going online to this website which links to an organization that maintains a database of down payment assistance programs throughout the country, including Massachusetts. READ MORE

PROTECT YOUR FAMILY FROM LEAD

Did you know that many homes built before 1978 have lead-based paint? Lead from paint, chips, and dust can pose serious health hazards. Read this entire brochure to learn more. READ MORE

OTHER USEFUL LINKS: CLUE REPORTS

More homebuyers are requiring home sellers to provide a C.L.U.E., Comprehensive Loss Underwriting Exchange report as a contingency to a purchase offer. READ MORE

HOME INSPECTION

The best home inspectors issue reports that meet or exceed internationally accepted standards of the National Association of Certified Home Inspectors. READ MORE

FIND A TRUE LOYAL AGENT

I’ve coined the name True Loyal Agent™ to refer to a real estate licensee/true agent who is with a company that represents real estate consumers as a true agent and never practices dual or designated agency. READ MORE

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