Law Offices of Peter T. Damore, Jr.
Since 1999, we have closed over 7,000 residential transactions and have reviewed over 1,000 purchase and sale agreements for both buyers and sellers. We provide general representation including commercial real estate, small business representation, title dispute resolution, residential & commercial landlord tenant representation, simple estate planning, automobile torts, general liability, closely held corporations, probate matters and other general practice areas of law. Contact us for a free consultation.
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If you are intending to build a new property versus buying a resale, it is helpful to understand the financing solutions available. Financing new homes is very different from financing an older one. The terms, rates, and process may differ. Below are
Home inspections are an examination of the structure and all major systems by a qualified professional. It normally involves an examination of every visible aspect of the interior and exterior of a house. A certified home inspector has evaluated
Moving to a new neighborhood can be a stressful process. There are many factors to review including school systems, local amenities, crime levels, property taxes and traveling to employment. The following is some useful MA Home Buyer Relocation
There are many things to think about when selecting second homes. These include location, finances, and renting. The considerations for selecting second homes in MA in this blog may be useful as you start the process. Considerations for MA Second
Considering several offers can be a confusing undertaking for sellers. The tendency is to consider just the price, but that can result in issues. There are a variety of different terms in an offer that one may consider to determine the best offer.
Most borrowers who use FHA mortgages were persuaded by the low down payment option. Given that mortgage insurance is typically assessed on loans for more than 80% of the value, most FHA buyers have mortgage insurance payments each month. The
PMI is typically required on loans for more than 80% of thee purchase price. Most homeowners who select FHA have little down payment funds and will therefore be responsible for PMI on a monthly basis. The premium is calculated using the