May 17, 2013
Michael Cucchi, a thirty-something technology executive, and his wife, Kathleen, a research director, thought finding a house to buy this spring would be a relatively simple process.
They?ve been teaching themselves about the real estate market, passively looking for a year and a half and aggressively bidding on places for the past two months.
Armed with a pre-approval letter, as well as already owning the condo they live in on the North Shore, which they don?t need to sell, the Cucchis set out to purchase a home closer to their jobs in Cambridge.
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