Posted by Jeffrey Chubb on Saturday, September 30, 2023 at 2:31:47 PMBy Jeffrey Chubb / September 30, 2023Comment
4 Ways to Sell an Inherited House
You had the passing of a loved one and inherited a house. Generally these times can be rough times… And sometimes the house can actually make the situation worse depending on the house and dynamics of it all.
This is a tough situation, so let’s guide you through all of your options to sell the house. From easiest and fastest to netting the estate the most. We will tackle them all.
But first, real quick, my name is Jeff Chubb and I am a recovering Investment banker, turned real estate agent that has sold more than a 1,000 homes. We get calls, texts and emails from folks just like you who are looking to sell a house and I absolutely love it! So whether you are needing to sell a house in the next 9 or 90 days… It doesn’t matter. Give us a call, shoot us an email or stop by YouTubeRealEstateAgent.com and fill in your information and we will reach out to you!
First let's talk about the easiest, fastest and most mindless way to sell an inherited house. You can sell it to an investor. I think at this point everyone has heard of We Buy Ugly Houses. They are an example of an investor that you can sell to. But there are also independent investors… As an example, my company and I are always looking to purchase houses.
A real estate investor is a business and not a community service. They are looking to make a profit on the property and make offers that are in line with them making a profit. In other words, they are looking to purchase the house at a discount. The investors will buy the property, do any repairs and restorations that are needed and then either hold on to the property as a rental property or flip it by selling it traditionally. ...
Posted by Jeffrey Chubb on Friday, September 29, 2023 at 2:22:15 PMBy Jeffrey Chubb / September 29, 2023Comment
Pros & Cons Quincy
So you are thinking about making a move to Quincy and you want to know everything that there is to know about living in Quincy. Like where it is, what makes it special, where are the good shops and restaurants… But you also want to hear of some possible downsides so you know the full story of Quincy and whether it's worth your consideration. And you may just be curious about all the Quincy Homes For Sale
Well that is what we are going to tackle today in the video on the Pros and Cons of Quincy. But first, real quick, my name is Jeff Chubb and I am a recovering Investment banker, turned real estate agent that has sold more than a 1,000 homes. We get calls, texts and emails from folks just like you who are looking to make a move or sell their home in the Boston Metro area and I absolutely love it! So whether you are looking to make a move in the next 9 or 90 days and are looking for homes for sale in Quincy MA… It doesn’t matter. Give us a call, shoot us an email or stop by YouTubeRealEstateAgent.com and fill in your information and we will reach out to you!
Quincy is located 11 miles South of Boston. It actually shares a small border with Dorchester which is a neighborhood in Boston. How long it can take to drive to Boston really depends on where you live in Quincy. If you are close to 93, then you would be in the 15 to 20 minute range. But if you live further out say by the Fore River Bridge then you would be looking at more like 20 to 30 minutes. Add in a little 93 or Neponset traffic and that 30 minutes could quickly turn into 50 minutes!...
Posted by Jeffrey Chubb on Wednesday, September 13, 2023 at 2:42:36 PMBy Jeffrey Chubb / September 13, 2023Comment
So you are thinking about making a move to Cohasset which is a suburb South of Boston and you want to know everything that there is to know about living in Cohasset. Like where it is, what makes it special, where are the good shops and restaurants… But you also want to hear of some possible downsides so you know the full story of Cohasset and whether it's worth your consideration.
Well you are in luck because that is what we are going to talk about today!
Cohasset is located about 20 miles Southeast of Boston. It is surrounded by the towns of Hull to the North, Hingham to the West, Scituate to the South and the Atlantic Ocean to the East.
Ultimately what makes Cohasset special with its location and proximity to the ocean is also what can be its downfall to others… But I feel like I am getting a little ahead of myself there. The town is serviced by the Commuter Rail, however many residents will drive to the Hingham Shipyard and take the Ferry into Boston. Driving into the city could take anywhere from 45 minutes on days without traffic to and hour and 15 minutes or more depending on the misery that we call 93.
Residents don’t really consider parts of the town neighborhoods… They are more areas if you will. You have the Village and or the Harbor area which is the area close to the downtown and the Harbor. You have the area that is South of town that goes down South Main and subsequently the area North of town which goes down North Main. The area by Black Rock Beach and then the area by Beachwood. And I guess the area by Sandy Beach. Don’t get me wrong. There are neighborhoods like Linden Drive or Fairoaks, but the town is...