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Posted by Upper Cape Realty on 6/14/2018

This Single-Family in Wareham, MA recently sold for $370,000. This Cape style home was sold by - Upper Cape Realty.


70 Parkwood Dr, Wareham, MA 02571

Parkwood Beach

Single-Family

$379,900
Price
$370,000
Sale Price

6
Rooms
4
Beds
1
Baths
MESMERIZING SUNSETS WITH SPECTACULAR UNOBSTRUCTED VIEWS OF THE WATERFRONT! NO FLOOD INSURANCE NEEDED! Enjoy long strolls along the sandy shoreline, fishing, swimming and so much more! The living areas of this Classic Cape Cod four bedroom home provide wide ocean views year round! Feel like you are sitting on the beach while sitting in your living room! Brick fireplace, central air on first floor, outside shower and three season jalousie sun room are great features. Full basement with inside access, attached one car garage. This could be your year round home, summer cottage or investment property! Large backyard is great for outdoor entertaining. Association club house, tennis court, ball field and many activities/events! Voluntary association dues are $100/year. Town water, sewer and gas! This is a rare opportunity to live along the water in Parkwood Beach. You don't want to miss this one!






Categories: Sold Homes  


Posted by Upper Cape Realty on 6/13/2018


Lot 22 Ridgehill Lane, Bourne, MA 02562

Single-Family

$575,000
Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
One of a very few house lots remaining in Sagamore Beach. This beautifully designed home ticks all the boxes, first floor master with luxury shower, kitchen with full pantry, first floor laundry, fireplace, red quarter oak floors, two car garage,natural gas heat, central air, continuous hot water, lawn irrigation system, manageable yard with adjoining dedicated open space all within a half mile of Cape Cod Bay with no Bridge to cross. Purchase pre-construction and select the finishes to make this thoughtfully designed home truly your own. Favorable Bourne Tax rates, & trash pick up.
Open House
Sunday
June 17 at 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM
Agent onsite at 20 Ridgehill Lane for questions
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Categories: New Homes  


Posted by Upper Cape Realty on 6/13/2018


20 Ridgehill Lane, Bourne, MA 02562

Single-Family

$590,000
Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Ta! Da! Just a few final touches and this splendid new Cape Cod Classic home with bright, gleaming interiors will be ready to be called home. Thoughtfully designed with inviting living areas. You will enjoy the first floor master suite with luxury bath featuring zero entry walk in shower and walk in closet with pocket door. Entertaining is a breeze from this cook's kitchen with stunning granite island & counters and large pantry with deep shelving which opens to the dining room and great room with gas fireplace overlooking yard and open space. First floor laundry room, central air, continuous hot water, irrigation system, hardwood floors and expansive bonus room. One of a few opportunities for new home living in Sagamore Beach. Stroll to a magnificent beach on Cape Cod Bay, bike and fish along the Cape Cod Canal, cruise into Plymouth Village for dinner and entertainment. It is difficult to imagine a more convenient location for work and play. BUILDER BONUS $5,000 appliance allowance
Open House
Sunday
June 17 at 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM
Ready for you
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Location: 20 Ridgehill Lane, Bourne, MA 02562    Get Directions






Categories: Open House  


Posted by Upper Cape Realty on 6/13/2018


Lot 22 Ridgehill Lane, Bourne, MA 02562

Single-Family

$575,000
Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
One of a very few house lots remaining in Sagamore Beach. This beautifully designed home ticks all the boxes, first floor master with luxury shower, kitchen with full pantry, first floor laundry, fireplace, red quarter oak floors, two car garage,natural gas heat, central air, continuous hot water, lawn irrigation system, manageable yard with adjoining dedicated open space all within a half mile of Cape Cod Bay with no Bridge to cross. Purchase pre-construction and select the finishes to make this thoughtfully designed home truly your own. Favorable Bourne Tax rates, & trash pick up.
Open House
Sunday
June 17 at 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM
Agent onsite at 20 Ridgehill Lane for questions
Cannot make the Open Houses?
Location: Lot 22 Ridgehill Lane, Bourne, MA 02562    Get Directions






Categories: Open House  


Posted by Upper Cape Realty on 6/13/2018

If you’re a first-time homebuyer, odds are you’ve thrown the words “prequalified” and “preapproved” interchangeably. However, when it comes to home loans, there are some very important differences between the two.

For buyers hoping to purchase a home with a few missteps and misunderstandings as possible, it’s vital to understand the procedures involved in acquiring financing for a home.

Today, we’ll break down these two real estate jargon terms so that you can go into the mortgage approval process armed with the knowledge to help you succeed in securing a home loan.

Mortgage prequalification

Let’s start with the easy part--mortgage prequalification. Getting prequalified helps borrowers find out what kind and what size mortgage they can likely secure financing for. It also helps lenders establish a relationship with potential customers, which is why you will often see so many ads for mortgage prequalification around the web.

Prequalification is a relatively simple process. You’ll be asked to provide an overview of your finances, which your lender will plug into a formula and then report back to you whether or not you’re likely to get approved based on your current circumstances.

The lender will ask you for general information about your income, assets, debt, and credit. You won’t need to provide exact documents for these things at this phase in the process, since you have not yet technically applied for a mortgage.

Prequalification exists to give you a broad picture of what you can expect. You can use this information to plan for the future, or you can seek out other lenders for a second opinion. But, before you start shopping for homes, you’ll want to make sure you’re preapproved, not prequalified.

Mortgage preapproval

After you’ve prequalified, you can start thinking about preapproval. If you’re serious about buying a home in the near future, getting preapproved will simplify your buying process. It will also make sellers more likely to take you seriously, since you already have your financing partially secured.

Mortgage preapproval requires you to provide the lender with income documentation. They will also perform a credit inquiry to receive your FICO score.

Mortgage applications and credit scores

Before we talk about the rest of the preapproval process, we need to address one common issue that buyers face when applying for a mortgage. There are two types of credit inquiries that lenders can perform to view your credit history--hard inquiries and soft inquiries.

A soft inquiry won’t affect your credit score. But a hard inquiry can lower your score by a few points for a period of 1 to 2 months. So, when getting preapproved, you should expect your credit score to drop temporarily.

After preapproval

Once you’re preapproved for a mortgage, you can safely begin looking at homes. If you decide to make an offer on a home and your offer is accepted, your preapproval will make it easier to move forward in closing on the home.

Once the lender checks off on the house you’re making an offer on, they will send you a loan commitment letter, enabling you to move forward with closing on the home.







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