This segment of home buyers, called a "sandwich generation" may be at the prime of their careers, and now have children and senior parents to care for, and all living under one roof. The households are made up of several generations. We are working with more and more buyers that are looking for these multi-generational living arrangements.
Condominium living is a little different from living in a regular single family home but it can be wonderful. Though not everyone will appreciate the benefits of condo living, it is just right for many buyers especially first time buyers.
If you are going to be relocating into the Metrowest Massachusetts area and are working on a limited budget or have certain expectations of what you want in a home, the following towns offer the maximum amount for the money. Each of these communities are not longer than an hour from Boston.
A home buyer should get a home inspection every time they contract to buy a home. It is not just for older homes but new homes as well. Even the best home builders around can miss some items and these will show up on a home inspection report. Home inspections on older homes can keep a buyer from making a big mistake of purchasing a real money pit and the wrong home for them.
Check for ticks when in the woods. Tick paralysis will usually start with the legs and move to the trunk, arms and head within hours and may lead to respiratory failure and death. This usually affects animals and children under the age of 10. Once the tick is removed the symptoms will diminish but it could be potentially fatal.