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Posted by Joe Kulle and Katie Riley on 10/18/2018


82 Annawon Dr., Halifax, MA 02338

Single-Family

$199,900
Price

5
Rooms
3
Beds
1/2
Full/Half Baths
Bank Owned and opportunity is knocking! With a little love this home is truly a winner! Check it out for your self by calling for a viewing. Only minutes to the commuter rail and shopping. Close to lake, and public transportation. Open floor plan on first floor. Large back yard with deck. And note you have 2 half baths for the growing family. ALL OFFERS WILL NEED A 7-10 DAYS RESPONSE BACK FROM LENDER.
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Posted by Joe Kulle and Katie Riley on 10/14/2018

The home selling journey varies from person to person. If an individual prepares for this journey, he or she may be better equipped than others to avoid problems along the way. On the other hand, an individual who is unprepared for the property selling journey may struggle to achieve the best-possible results.

There are many things that an individual can do to enjoy a memorable home selling experience. Now, let's take a look at three tips to help you prepare for the house selling journey.

1. Upgrade Your House's Curb Appeal

How your house looks to prospective buyers can have far-flung effects on your home selling experience. If you allocate time and resources to enhance your residence's curb appeal, you could make your house an attractive choice to dozens of potential buyers.

Upgrading your house's curb appeal can be simple. For example, mowing the lawn and trimming the hedges generally won't take long to complete and can help your residence impress potential buyers. You can always repair or replace any damaged home siding as well.

If you require additional help with home exterior upgrades, contractors are available in cities and towns nationwide. In fact, these professionals can help you quickly improve your residence's curb appeal.

2. Set a Competitive Initial Asking Price

It is important to establish a competitive initial asking price for your residence, regardless of whether you are operating in a buyer's or seller's market. Otherwise, you risk alienating potential buyers something that may result in a time-intensive home selling journey.

To set a competitive initial asking price for your home, it may be beneficial to analyze local housing market data. Compare and contrast your home versus similar residences that are available in your city or town, and you can use these insights to price your residence accordingly.

In addition, you can hire a home appraiser before you list your house. A home appraiser will provide a property valuation that you can use to establish an aggressive price for your residence.

3. Hire a Real Estate Agent

A real estate agent is a difference-maker during the home selling journey, and for good reason. This housing market professional understands what it takes to sell a home and will do whatever it takes to help you enjoy a fast, profitable house selling experience.

Perhaps best of all, a real estate agent will develop a personalized home selling strategy for you. Thus, if you want to sell your residence as quickly as possible, a real estate agent will help you do just that. Or, if you want to optimize the earnings from your house sale, a real estate agent will go above and beyond the call of duty to ensure you can get the best price for your house.

As you prepare to add your house to the real estate market, there is no need to worry. Take advantage of the aforementioned tips, and you can boost the likelihood of enjoying a seamless property selling experience.




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Posted by Joe Kulle and Katie Riley on 10/12/2018


82 Annawon Dr., Halifax, MA 02338

Single-Family

$267,300
Price

5
Rooms
3
Beds
1/2
Full/Half Baths
Bank Owned and opportunity is knocking! With a little love this home is truly a winner! Check it out for your self by calling for a viewing. Only minutes to the commuter rail and shopping. Close to lake, and public transportation. Open floor plan on first floor. Large back yard with deck. And note you have 2 half baths for the growing family. ALL OFFERS WILL NEED A 5-7 DAYS RESPONSE BACK FROM LENDER.
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Posted by Joe Kulle and Katie Riley on 10/7/2018

Buying a condo represents a life-changing investment. As such, you'll want to allocate the necessary time and resources to ensure that purchasing a condo is right for you.

So what does it take to determine whether to purchase a condo? Here are three tips for those who are evaluating the pros and cons of buying a condo.

1. Understand What Condo Life Is All About

A condo and a house are two very different types of properties. Thus, you'll want to understand what condo life is all about before you purchase a condo.

For example, homeowners likely will have a front yard and backyard that they will need to maintain year-round. Homeowners also can plant a garden, install an in-ground pool and perform various home maintenance and upgrade projects at any time.

On the other hand, condo owners frequently live in closer proximity to one another in comparison to homeowners. This means condo owners likely won't have to mow their own lawns or shovel their walkways in winter. However, condo owners might lack the space to set up a personal garden, and they may require homeowners association (HOA) approval to complete any home exterior modifications as well.

2. Know the HOA Fees

Although you'll pay a mortgage as part of a condo purchase, you will still need to consider the HOA fees in addition to your monthly mortgage costs.

HOA fees cover the costs of insurance, maintenance and other property expenses. Plus, if your condo's roof is severely damaged or destroyed, you should be covered thanks to your HOA fees.

To learn about your HOA fees, you can contact the HOA directly. Also, your real estate agent will be able to provide insights into the HOA fees associated with a condo.

3. Collaborate with an Experienced Real Estate Agent

When it comes to purchasing a condo, all real estate agents are not created equal.

Finding a real estate agent who possesses many years of experience with condos is paramount. This real estate agent will be able to help you understand the ins and outs of condo life, examine HOA fees closely and discover whether a condo purchase is right for you.

Furthermore, your real estate agent should be able to help you along each stage of the homebuying journey. He or she will be able to set up condo showings, assess condos that match your price range and provide expert homebuying tips as you move along the homebuying journey.

Perhaps best of all, your real estate agent understands that the process of buying a condo can be challenging. As a result, your real estate agent is happy to respond to your concerns and queries. That way, if you're uncertain about purchasing a condo, you can consult with your real estate agent and get the best support possible.

Hire a real estate agent with condo experience you'll be glad you did. With this real estate professional at your disposal, you should have no trouble finding your dream condo in no time at all.




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Posted by Joe Kulle and Katie Riley on 10/2/2018


217 Plymouth Street, East Bridgewater, MA 02333

Multi-Family

$599,900
Price

2
Units
2,410
Approx. GLA
TWO FAMILY home just restored to excellent condition inside and out! This home was gutted to the studs and everything is Brand New! This is a must see property to appreciate the unbelievable restoration job that was completed. Perfect for extended family or in-law. Features include all separate utilities with 2 new gas hot air heating systems and 2 new A/C units, new 200 amp electric service, new plumbing throughout with new granite and kitchen cabinets, stainless appliances, beautiful 5" hardwood floors throughout, tile in bathrooms and front hall. Exterior is maintenance free with vinyl siding and new gutters and covered trim. New Sheetrock and plaster walls and freshly painted. New driveway with ample parking for lots of vehicles with a two car garage. Brand new septic and it will be professionally landscaped. Let the tenant help pay your mortgage or have family live with you and split the payment. Open House Coming this week. GREAT IN-LAW POSSIBILITY! LOW DOWN PAYMENT.
Open House
Saturday
October 06 at 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM
TRULY THE NICEST TWO FAMILY IN THE BRIDGEWATER'S. ONLY MINUTES TO COMMUTER RAIL, COLLEGE AND SHOPPING. MAKE SURE TO TELL YOU CLIENTS ABOUT THIS INVESTMENT. ALSO COULD BE USED AS A IN-LAW OR EXPANDED LIVING. HOPE TO SEE YOU AND YOUR CLIENTS AT THE OPEN HOUSE THIS WEEKEND.
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