William Manchenton - Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage



Posted by William Manchenton on 5/6/2019


223+ Perry St, Lowell, MA 01852

Commercial

$2,200,000
Price

3
Buildings
5+ Residential
Type of Comm.
9,253.00
Lot Size
3 bldgs, 18 units total/6 per bldg. All bdgs must transfer together. Addresses 223-225, 229-231, 237-239 Perry St. Known as "Perry Street Apartments" Property is under a restrictive convenant to be retained as affordable housing for low and moderate income families by G.L. c184.31-33. All buyers must be approved by DHCD and/or EOCD and complete an application and qualification process. All units receive assistance payments under the Mass Rental Voucher Program through Lowell Housing Authority. Further restrictions apply see Middlesex Registry B08746 P159, B09830 P280. Current rent $1381.00 per unit. All units 3 bedroom, living room, kitchen, bathroom and have washer, gas stove, refrigerator in unit & back decks. Separately metered electric and gas. Individual unit controls and hot water tanks. Water included in rent. Two-3rd Party Dumpsters on site picked up 5x/wk. Newer vinyl siding, decks and roofs. Vinyl windows. Professionally managed and maintained.
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses






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Posted by William Manchenton on 3/29/2019

This Commercial in Tewksbury, MA recently sold for $44,000. This style home was sold by William Manchenton - Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage.


1147 Main St, Tewksbury, MA 01876

Commercial

$49,900
Price
$44,000
Sale Price

1
Buildings
Commercial Condo
Type of Comm.
100.00
Lot Size
Terrific first floor Commercial/Office space in great, high visibility location on Main Street in Tewksbury. Formally used as an office for a driving school, could be used for all sorts of office/commercial uses. Space is two rooms, owner believes wall separating front from second room is not load bearing and could be removed for a larger space. (Buyer should verify.) Unit has closet space and a bath with toilet and sink. Low monthly condo fee of $180, lots of shared parking. Attractive, well cared for office mall, on busy Main Street.






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Posted by William Manchenton on 3/28/2019

This Single-Family in Lowell, MA recently sold for $287,500. This Ranch style home was sold by William Manchenton - Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage.


664 Beacon Street, Lowell, MA 01850

Single-Family

$299,900
Price
$287,500
Sale Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
Spacious ranch on corner lot in desirable neighborhood, near Lowell/Dracut line. Close to restaurants and shopping as well as schools and a park within walking distance! Main level boasts large eat in kitchen, living room, full bath with 3 good size bedrooms. Partially finished basement with potential 4th bedroom or office, 2nd full bath and laundry room. basement access to one car under garage. 3 season porch overlooks fenced in yard with patio, a shed for storage a deck and an above ground pool for summer time enjoyment. A must see!

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Posted by William Manchenton on 3/26/2019

One of the most famous books around, with over 18 million copies in print, and that holds the title as the longest running "New York Times" bestseller ever, is What to Expect When Youíre Expecting. Now in its fifth edition, this pregnancy bible walks parents through what to expect during the nine months leading up to and including delivery.

Buying a home is nearly as momentous as having a baby, and yet, most potential buyers donít really know what to expect when closing on their home purchase. In fact, knowing what to expect is even more urgent because closing happens in a much shorter time-frame, in as little as 12 days in some cases.

So, what should you expect?

The one part those home-buying reality shows leave out is the closing. So, to many buyers, it remains a mystery until they're in the middle of it. Even real estate professionals get nervous about closing. It's the moment where anything can go wrong, and everything can go right! It begins with mountains of papers to sign and ends with a handful of keys in exchange for a lot of money. So just what is closing and what should you expect?

ďClosingĒ is short for closing the deal or completing the transaction. During closing several significant things happen: Title of your home transfers from the seller to the buyer; the proceeds of the sale (everything remaining after any sellerís fees are paid) distribute to the seller; and if financing the home, the buyer signs the mortgage note, pays fees, insurances, taxes, and real estate commissions. A lot of things happen at closing, so give yourself plenty of time to understand each aspect of the process if itís your first time around.

At the time of closing, your agent and your loan officer will inform you about what you need to bring to the meeting. Bring identification, so have your driverís license or passport on hand. Youíll need a cashierís check for your down payment and the closing costs that appear on your HUD-1 Settlement Statement. This three-page document outlines exactly what your obligations are at closing and in the future. In addition, small items crop up at closing that might need additional funds (furniture you requested the seller leave behind, extra propane or heating oil you're buying directly from the seller) and last-minute requests. 

You'll be signing lots of papers. These legal documents obligate you for many years to come, so make sure you understand them. Also, make certain your name is spelled correctly on every page and every addendum. If you're purchasing with a partner or spouse, make sure the legal designation is as you want it. Changing it later may be difficult.

Recognize that while you may have a close estimate of closing costs, you will not know the exact amount until the day of closing, so round up a bit and have extra funds on hand. Sometimes you can swing a deal for the seller to pay all closing costs, but youíll still be liable for pro-rated taxes, association dues, insurance, and other buyer obligations.

Don't be surprised by fees. Ask your agent to go over all the charges with you so that you know which ones you pay for and which ones the seller pays for.




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Posted by William Manchenton on 3/22/2019

This Single-Family in Lowell, MA recently sold for $335,000. This Colonial style home was sold by William Manchenton - Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage.


28 Dunfey St, Lowell, MA 01854

Pawtucketville

Single-Family

$339,900
Price
$335,000
Sale Price

9
Rooms
4
Beds
1/2
Full/Half Baths
Very well maintained, four bedroom colonial with so many improvements and upgrades. Leased solar panels from Solar City. Carport for sheltered parking. Hardwood and ceramic tile floors on the lower level and first floors, beautiful laminate, ceramic tile and wall to wall on the second floor. Updated kitchen with solid surface and butcher block counters. Ceiling fans in multiple rooms up and down. Current dining room can be first floor bedroom, (has closet). Beautiful stairs to second floor leads to three additional bedrooms, full bath and TV/family room/study. Master bedroom is beautiful, spacious and has matching large closets. Current owner runs a daycare from amazing finished lower level: storage areas, bathroom, exit to outside, counters and cabinets, laundry, so much more. SUBJECT TO SELLER FINDING SUITABLE HOUSING.

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