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May 12, 2013

Real Estate Briefs

EPPING — Coco, Early & Associates announces that they are the first real estate agency in the area to offer the Military Platform, MOM (Military on the Move), to veterans and active duty personnel. Military on the Move (MOM) is a one of a kind real estate benefit to those that have served and are currently serving in the Armed Services abroad. Special financing, special assistance and a VA mortgage are just some of the highlights that the MOM platform offers.

Interested families should contact MaryLou Buckley, relocation director for Coco, Early & Associates, at 603-234-6796 or via email at mbuckley@cocoearly.com.

Coco, Early & Associates currently have Massachusetts offices in Dracut, Haverhill, and Methuen as well as New Hampshire offices in Epping, Hampstead, Plaistow and Salem.

LAWRENCE — Coco, Early & Associates is pleased to announce that, after five years, Michael Santana has re-joined their team as a managing partner/broker. Along with Jose Estrella, Santana will be managing the firm’s new Star Division. The Star Division, located at 300 Essex St., in Lawrence, has eight full-time multilingual agents.

Santana has been in real estate for 10 years and is licensed to help buyers and sellers in Massachusetts. His target region is the Merrimack Valley. He formerly sat on the board of directors for the Northeast Association of Realtors (N.E.A.R.) and served as its chairman of the education committee.

Prior to real estate, Santana worked as a marketing professional. He lives in Lawrence with his family.

Santana can be reached directly at msantana@cocoearly.com or at the Lawrence office at 978-687-8600.

MERRIMACK & NASHOBA VALLEYS — The Northeast Association of REALTORS (NEAR) reports that the median sales price for single family homes sold during the first quarter of 2013 combined in the 15 cities and towns from Boxford to Littleton was $297,500, a 12.3 percent increase over the median of $265,000 recorded in the first quarter of 2012. Meanwhile, condominiums sold locally during the first quarter had a median sales price of $179,500, an increase of 12.2 percent compared with the median of $160,000 set in the first quarter of 2012.

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