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October 27, 2013

Real Estate Briefs

BRADFORD — Denise Olivares, Will Molina, Tobe and Todd Alperin welcome Penelope Valdez-Mejia to their team of REALTORS in the Coco, Early & Associates’ office in Bradford. Valdez-Mejia, who recently became licensed in Massachusetts, came to the agency following a career as a manufacturing associate at Entegris, Inc. Valdez-Mejia can be reached at the Bradford office, located at 259 South Main St.

MERRIMACK & NASHOBA VALLEYS — The Northeast Association of REALTORS (NEAR) reports that the combined sales of single family homes sold in the 15 cities and towns from Boxford to Littleton in September had a median sales price of $332,960, an increase of 5.7 percent compared with the median of $315,000 in September of 2012. The median sales price for condominiums sold in September was $185,000, a 10.1 percent increase over the median of $168,000 recorded in September of 2013. Multi-family prices increased 5 percent, with a median of $252,500, compared to $240,450 in September of 2012. This report is based on data from MLS Property Information Network in Shrewsbury. The Northeast Association of REALTORS is one of 1,500 local chapters of the National Association of REALTORS. Officially, NEAR covers 15 cities and towns from Boxford to Littleton, though it has members from more than 50 cities and towns in the Merrimack and Nashoba valleys as well as southern New Hampshire.

DRACUT — Coco, Early & Associates is pleased to announce that Stacey Coppa has joined the agent team in Dracut. Coppa recently renewed her Massachusetts license and is targeting those buyers and sellers in the Merrimack Valley. She is also an ASP certified home stager. She lives in Dracut with her family. Coppa can be reached at the Dracut office, located at 1168 Lakeview Ave.

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