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Waltham Massachusetts MLS Property Search

Waltham Massachusetts Real Estate Property Search

Waltham has a diverse housing stock, with dense multi-family housing in the southern section of the city and larger lot single-family housing in the northern section. Waltham also boasts an assortment of large parks and open-space recreational facilities such as Prospect Hill Park and the Robert Treat Paine Estate.

pictureOther popular historic and recreational sites include Gore Place, a country mansion and U.S. National Historic Landmark dating from 1806; the Lyman Estate, also a U.S. National Historic Landmark, dating from 1793; the Charles River Museum of Industry; and the Embassy Cinema, which hosts a wide assortment of independent, foreign-language and Hollywood films. With an aggressive revitalization program, the city is witnessing the rebirth of its historic downtown as it furnishes better public access to the Charles River, its greatest natural resource.

Let Waltham MA real estate assist you in finding the right property to meet your needs from local area homes for sale, foreclosure listings (bank-owned), country properties, land, condominiums and equine facilities -- all through the MA real estate Multiple Listing Service (MLS). Request relocation, or school demographics and information.

The Massachusetts home search is easy with "quick search" options to search for MA real estate. The Virtual Homes MLS Map Search provides all MLS listings plotted in each town on a map.  

RE/MAX Innovations real estate agents can assist you in your search for the perfect home ((877) 266-9747.

Massachusetts Multiple Listing Service- Search the MLS for all NH property listings.   Go to MA MLS.

Massachusetts  Foreclosures and Bank Owned Homes - Register to receive New Hampshire foreclosure (bank-owned) listings and short sale opportunities.  Go To MA Bank Owned

Home Search Service- Home search is a web-based real estate software tool (MLSpulse) that keeps you continually informed of your local real estate market.

 

Comment balloon 0 commentsFred Doleac • March 01 2009 09:17PM

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