Just think: You can snag a rundown place in a good neighborhood for way below market price, invest some time and money renovating it, and end up with a like-new house that's worth at least twice what you paid for it. Sounds good, right? Often, it is. But buying a fixer-upper can be fraught with peril.
Buying a house to renovate definitely has its advantages. The most appealing may be the opportunity to make the home the way you want it and ideally increase the value. However, it’s certainly not an easy task to undertake.
Buying your first home is a very exciting endevor. Among the many decisions you'll have to make is whether you will buy a house that's move in ready or one that needs a little work. Many people opt for fixer-uppers because of the lower cost but they can end up costing you more in the long run. Here are some things to consider when making [...]
3 Daniel Street in Newton, Ma is a single family residence situated on a 10,734 square foot lot brings an opportunity for renovation or new building project in Newton Centre.
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