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Real Estate — Tax Credit Affect

By Adam Geragosian | March 20, 2010 | Comments Off on Real Estate — Tax Credit Affect

The first time buyer tax credit is a topic that has been extensively covered, to the point that some people are no longer responding to it. There is a common belief that this tax credit is driving the real estate market… that is misinformation. The truth is that the amount of first time buyer’s using […] Read More

Real Estate – Selling + Buying = Intensely Personal

By Adam Geragosian | February 17, 2010 | Comments Off on Real Estate – Selling + Buying = Intensely Personal

Emotional turbulance is common place in the business of real estate. There are countless situations where any real estate broker can reference a client becoming overwhelmed with the impact of an emotional episode. As emotions intensify, a buyer or seller can lose sight of their objective. If you are a seller and this is a […] Read More

Real Estate — Buying Inventory

By Adam Geragosian | January 5, 2010 | Comments Off on Real Estate — Buying Inventory

A common theme that is evident throughout the real estate market in and around Boston is a lack of inventory. There has been a strong flurry of activity since early Fall and buyer’s are extremely motivated to find the right place… wherein lies the problem. The “right place” can be difficult to track down these […] Read More

Real Estate – Milk and Buyer's

By Adam Geragosian | December 4, 2009 | Comments Off on Real Estate – Milk and Buyer's

In day-to-day life we find that the purchase of a quart of milk requires decision-making but little emotion. You decide on whole, skim, one or two percent. If you’re feeling adventurous, maybe chocolate. You know the price of the purchase before you reach checkout. It is not a negotiation. The purchase of a residential property […] Read More

Real Estate – A Touch of Grey; Appraisals

By Adam Geragosian | November 3, 2009 | Comments Off on Real Estate – A Touch of Grey; Appraisals

Establishing value for a property has become more cumbersome for appraisers, and the banks that assign them. With the ebb-and-flow of the current market, it has been more difficult to establish comparables for a particular property. The drop in inventory has caused a situation that is forcing appraisers to give a “best guess” dollar value […] Read More

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