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Posted by CENTURY 21 Classic Gold on 9/25/2020


256 Tremont St, Carver, MA 02330

South Carver

Single-Family

$329,900
Price

5
Rooms
2
Beds
1
Baths
The "Charm of Yesteryear" abounds throughout this 2 bedroom gem! Many updates have been done in this Bungalow Style home in South Carver. Open concept in main living space, original hardwoods, Beautiful maple cabinets in large kitchen/dining area, recently renovated bath with shower, Dutch door leading to cathedral mudroom, and 2 car garage attached. Large sundrenched 3 season room ads to your living space, Private fenced back yard with inground older gunite pool(some repairs needed), A short walk to fully recreational Sampson's Pond. Close proximity to major highways. This will not last!
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Posted by CENTURY 21 Classic Gold on 9/25/2020


40 Blissful Meadow, Plymouth, MA 02360

Condo

$389,900
Price

5
Rooms
2
Beds
2
Baths
GPS 141 Beaver Dam Rd. Plymouth [some sites are incorrect] for directions. BLISSFUL MEADOW, a quaint 55+ development situated on over 17 acres. This home is a 2BR, 2BA, free standing unit. Open kitchen offering your choice of cabinet color, granite counters & hardwood flrs that flow to the living area. Master bedroom has it's own bath w/ shower, tile flooring & choice of vanity w/ granite countertops. The separate laundry room has a pantry w/ tile flooring. 2nd bedroom is nicely sized for guests or office. A 2nd bathroom offers a tub/ shower combo, vanity w/ granite countertops & tile floor. To finish out this gorgeous space there is a back patio/deck to relax on and enjoy the peaceful, beautifully landscaped surroundings. Neighborhood will feature an outdoor pool, club house, putting green, and/or pickleball court. Condo Fee is $330.00. For add'l cost [see photos], builder can make handicap accessible and/or finished basement, Inquire for details and pricing.
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Posted by CENTURY 21 Classic Gold on 9/25/2020


224 Menlo Street, Brockton, MA 02301

Single-Family

$324,900
Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
1
Baths
Older COLONIAL offers charming detail with open foyer, split center staircase accessed from the foyer or kitchen, walk up attic and bedroom w/built in window bench. Living AREA is nicely laid out with potential for 3/4 bedrooms, office or playroom. Newer boiler, water heater, stove,dishwasher and new oil tank. New kitchen/bath flooring. Hardwood under existing carpet. Desirable corner lot with shed, fenced yard and off street parking. Sit on rear deck under lovely shade tree or front porch to watch the world go by. Personal touches will bring out the best.
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Posted by CENTURY 21 Classic Gold on 9/25/2020

This Single-Family in Plympton, MA recently sold for $600,000. This Colonial style home was sold by - CENTURY 21 Classic Gold.


227 Brook St., Plympton, MA 02367

Single-Family

$590,000
Price
$600,000
Sale Price

8
Rooms
3
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
First showings 7/18 and 7/19. BRING YOUR HORSES! Or just be a gentleman farmer on this beautiful 3.8 acre lot, perfect for your animals and gardens. Newly constructed 36X36 Center Isle BARN with 5 stalls, tac room, 24' x 36' loft, and frost free water, Property includes several outbuildings, riding area, 3 turnouts, and is fully fenced. You will love the character of this 60's Colonial, hardwood floors and built-ins, with automatic generator and many updates throughout the years: Septic, windows, roof, heating (brand new). Natural light and neutral colors throughout. Escape the hectic life, come to the Idyllic Town of Plympton, a Farm to table community with convenience to all area amenities

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Posted by CENTURY 21 Classic Gold on 9/25/2020

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Build-to-rent is a major term right now for investors. The industry has seen a serious leap in interest in just the past year, making nearly everyone in the real estate space sit up and take notice. We'll look at the special nature of these properties and which attributes make a property more valuable than another. 

The Hot Spots 

Build-to-rent generally refers to a single-family property built to be used by renters rather than owners. It's popular because it's difficult to profit off of a new build, especially when you take into account the price of the land, materials, and permit costs. The areas that are exploding with these properties tend to be affordable cities with plenty of available infrastructure.

Atlanta, Houston, Charlotte: these hot spots are attracting young renters who may not have a sizable down payment saved for a new house, but they're still willing to pay for the right amenities. It's making it relatively easy for investors to recoup their money (and then some). 

The History of Build-to-Rent 

This trend got its start after the recession churned out countless foreclosures and short sales, but has since morphed into its own asset class. Once home prices started to creep back up, investors saw that there was plenty of money to be made in renting even after the economy returned. Today, the build-to-rent industry is largely driven by new homes. Developers may build several dozen homes in a single area, making it easier for property managers to respond to renter requests and perform regular maintenance.  

What's Behind the Success

The most successful build-to-rent properties are those in highly popular areas that would otherwise be too expensive to the everyday renter. Less than half of all millennials have any kind of substantial savings to put toward homeownership, and even the Baby Boomers are starting to turn toward renting (whether they need to or not). In addition, home appreciation has slowed over the past few years and new tax rules don't exactly make it an open-and-shut case that owning is the best choice available. 

Investors who have the opportunity to get involved in build-to-rent will likely be happy they did. The key is to look for properties that are sensible in nature. Avoid those in areas that make it difficult to build (either through expensive permits or restrictive building codes). Opt for properties in nice areas made with affordable, durable materials. This will cut back on maintenance and increase your profits in the long run. 




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