Office Worcester | Worcester Real Estate, West Boylston Real Estate, Leicester Real Estate



Worcester, MA 01606

Single-Family

$364,900
Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
3
Baths
BRAN NEW CONSTRUCTION!! In Worcester on West Boylston line. Quality built single family home with 2x6 construction, open floor plan, cathedral ceiling loaded with upgrades. Energy efficient with hardwoods-granite-stainless appliances and recessed lighting throughout. Private back yard with deck. House is on dead end road with no traffic. Great location with easy access to highway-shopping-and restaurants, 10 minutes to U-Mass. Must see call listing agent for showing instructions, won't last.
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If you are thinking of refinancing your mortgage, there are so many options available to you that address your needs. Whether you want to do some home improvement projects or provide a down payment for another property refinancing can be a good option for you. There are many different options when it comes to home loans and refinancing. Below, you’ll find some of the most popular choices and what they mean for your mortgage and your finances. 


Standard Refinance


A standard refinances requires that you have a certain amount of equity in your home. If you want to avoid Private Mortgage Insurance (PMI on the refinance, you need 20% equity in the home. Different lenders have different requirements for the amount of equity that you need in order to do this primary refinancing of your home loan. Keep in mind that a good credit score is also a requirement to do this type of loan.


Refinancing With Cash Out


This option is great when you need to take some of the equity out of your home. This way, you can get some of the equity out of your home without selling the house. This way, you’re able to refinance the mortgage, get a good loan term that’s affordable, and borrow a part of the equity you have built up in your home.


You can use the cash that you take out for just about anything you need including college, home renovations, business start-up costs, or to consolidate other debt you have. The only drawback is that you’re not able to borrow 100% of your equity. Usually, the highest percentage you’re eligible to borrow is 80%. The amount is based on both the equity you have built up in your home along with your income. Also, keep in mind that after you take out one of these loans, the amount of equity you have in your home decreases.  


Short Refinance


Short refinances may not be offered by all lenders. If you don’t qualify for a HARP loan or standard, refinance this could be a good option for you. If you hope to avoid foreclosure and are struggling to pay your mortgage each month, your lender may agree to the terms of this type of loan. The loan is in effect is a combination of a short sale and a refinance. The lender agrees to pay the existing mortgage off. The loan s replaced with a new mortgage. Beware that if you choose this option, your credit score may go down significantly. If you’re able to keep up with the new mortgage payments, you’ll be able to repair your credit score over time.         



This Single-Family in Worcester, MA recently sold for $359,900. This Split Entry style home was sold by Office Worcester - Properties Central Realty.


Worcester, MA 01606

Summit

Single-Family

$359,900
Price
$359,900
Sale Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
3
Baths
BRAN NEW CONSTRUCTION !! in worcester on westboylston line.Quality built single family home with2x6 construction, open floor plan,cathedral ceiling loaded with upgrades.Energy efficient with hardwoods-granite-stainless appliance and recessed lighting throughout.private back yard with deck.House is on unpaved road with no traffic.Great location with easy access to highway-shopping-and restaurants must see call listing agent for showing instructions

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Shrewsbury, MA 01545

Single-Family

$1,100,000
Price

12
Rooms
5
Beds
3/1
Full/Half Baths
Young stunning WATERFRONT home, sweeping views , stone walls, patios and extensively landscaped private lot perfect for outdoor living, dramatic stone entry leads to two story foyer w cable railing, stained hardwoods throughout main areas, 5 bedrooms 3.5 bath 2nd floor loft, luxurious master w custom designer bath and massive walk in closet. Chefs kitchen w huge island and subzero/ wolf appliances tastefully finished walkout w wet bar/full bath and office/bedroom, 3 car garage. This home is perfect for entertaining and loaded w high end designer finishes that will not disappoint!
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When it comes to finding the ideal neighborhood for your next home, there's no "one size fits all" formula.

While some people enjoy the hustle and bustle of an urban environment, others prefer a quiet family-oriented neighborhood in the suburbs.

Whatever your preferences, convenience is near the top of just about everyone's priority list. Here's why:

Closeness to Work: Long, daily commutes are not only stressful, but they can cause you to miss family dinners, school events, and relaxing evenings at home. There's also the added cost of gasoline, highway tolls, and wear-and-tear on your vehicle. If you happen to be leasing a vehicle, then long commutes could result in additional mileage charges at the end of your lease. Although car leases vary, exceeding the mileage allotment set by the leasing company can sometimes run you as much as 25 cents a mile. That can potentially add up to a hefty surcharge!

While there are a lot of reasons to look for a home that's relatively close to your job or business, quality of life issues are among the most important. As an example, if your daily commute is 45 minutes, each way, that adds up to an hour-and-a-half on the road. If you factor in occasional traffic jams, road repairs, and other inevitable delays, you're talking about more than eight hours a week just driving back and forth to work. It's equivalent to adding an additional work day to your week! Although it's not always feasible (especially in two-income households), there are major advantages to finding a house that's less than a half-hour commute to your job(s).

Proximity to Conveniences: Life will also be easier if you live close to a well-stocked supermarket. When you shop at a large, high-volume grocery store, prices are more economical and food tends to be fresher. Corner grocery stores and pharmacies are nice to have nearby when you just want to pick up a few quick essentials, but for selection, price, and freshness, supermarkets are usually your best bet!

Other desirable locations to keep in mind when house hunting include good-quality schools, reputable childcare centers, and proximity to family and friends. Depending on your lifestyle, you might want to be close to airports, major highways, recreational facilities, and entertainment. It can also be an advantage to choose a home near medical and dental offices, a veterinary clinic, and a preferred church, synagogue, or mosque.

When launching a search for your family's next home, the key to success is to stay focused, create detailed priority lists, and work with a seasoned real estate agent. Whether you decide to live in a rural area, suburbia, or downtown, a real estate agent has the knowledge, training, and negotiating skills to help you get a good deal and match your lifestyle goals with your budget and timeframe.




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