Now it the time to buy a home in the Greater Fall River Area!

Real Estate Agent with SB&A Realty Group

Now is the time to buy a home in the Greater Fall River area! There are tons of homes on the market and mortgage rates are terrific. ( See Mortgage Rates Reach Record Lows). With decent credit and as little 3.5% down, you could be in your own home in no time. Programs are available for first time home buyers with 10% down (and good credit) to get a 30 year fixed loan in the 4’s with no PMI! Many homes in rural areas qualify for USDA zero down, 30 years fixed loans with no PMI. Visit USDA site for info.


I recently searched MLS for single family homes currently for sale in Fall River and found there are 129 homes available with asking prices between $150,000 and $250,000.  In the same price range Somerset has 50. Swansea has 43, Dartmouth has 45, Westport has 11, Freetown has 14, and Dighton and Berkley each have 6. That’s just over 300 homes for sale in the Greater Fall River area, and if you’re in the market for something a little more pricey, these same communities have another 426 ranging in price from $250,000 to $500,000, and yet another 136 more ranging in price from $500,000 to one million dollars!



If you have been thinking about finding your dream home, or maybe you would like to take advantage of bargain prices for an investment opportunity, now is the time to act. Housing inventories include a mix of conventional, short sale, and bank owned properties. Some are in pristine, move in condition, some are handy man specials and fixer uppers, and some require complete rehab, but the selection is great, prices are down and financing terms are tremendous! With mortgage rates at record lows, now is the time to buy a home in the Greater Fall River Area!Sold sign




To learn more about the opportunities in the Greater Fall River area, visit my website at or contact me directly at 508-558-8035.



Comments (3)

Karen Anne Stone
New Home Hunters of Fort Worth and Tarrant County - Fort Worth, TX
Fort Worth Real Estate

Steve:  I hope you don't mind my making a suggestion.  I have been reading your blog posts, and you write some good stuff.  I notice, though, that you get very few comments.  I think I have an idea why... or why not.

After you write your post, and submit it to Active Rain... it goes invisible as soon as it drops off the main blog roll... which can happen in as little as five to fifteen minutes, depending on the time of day, and how quickly the new posts are coming in.

You have not taken advantage of the Active Rain Groups feature.  Active Rain encourages you to "include" your posts in up to a maximum of five of the Active Rain groups.  I just went to your profile page, and looked... clicked on your "groups" link... and see that you have not joined any groups.

The more groups you have joined... and I suggest perhaps twenty five to start with... the more different groups you can include each post in... depending on the subject matter of that post.  The more groups it appears in, the more sets of eyeballs that can see it, and the greater the possibility of getting both readers, and comments.

Here is a tutorial post I wrote for my Active Rain Newbie friends.  Using the Active Rain "Groups" Feature .  I suggest you read it, and then follow the directions.  Little by little you will see more results.  I cannot help but think you are starting to get frustrated from not getting much, if any, response from the posts you have written.  Any questions... please ask.  Take care...

Aug 12, 2011 08:29 AM
Karen Anne Stone
New Home Hunters of Fort Worth and Tarrant County - Fort Worth, TX
Fort Worth Real Estate

By the way... I have just subscribed to your blog.  I invite you to subscribe to mine.

Aug 12, 2011 08:34 AM
Steve Waddicor
SB&A Realty Group - Fall River, MA
Greater Fall River, MA Homes for Sale

Karen, Thank you for taking the time to respond and thanks for the valuable information. I am a newbie to blogging and seem to learn something new every day. I will be happy to subscribe to your blog, if this comment is typical of your information, I am sure I can learn a lot!



Aug 14, 2011 09:41 AM