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Posted by TEAM Metrowest on 9/23/2020


163 Highwood Drive, Franklin, MA 02038

Rental

$1,600
Price

4
Rooms
2
Beds
1
Baths
One floor living in an end unit at Highwood Estates! Wood laminate flooring installed in the last week, freshly carpeted bedrooms, new dishwasher, lots of closet space, partially furnished, nothing to do but move in! Laundry hook-ups in the unit plus washer and dryer to be included for your use. Great outdoor space for your enjoyment plus a shed for storage. Don't miss out!
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September 26 at 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM
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Tags: Real-Estate   Open House   Rental   Franklin   02038  
Categories: Open House  


Posted by TEAM Metrowest on 9/23/2020

When it comes to selling a house, it is important to prepare as much as you can. That way, you can identify potential home selling hurdles and overcome these issues before they escalate.

Now, let's take a look at three tips to help you prep for the house selling journey.

1. Analyze All Areas of Your Home

You might believe your home is virtually perfect, but there may be problems that need to be addressed. Because if you fail to resolve various house issues, it may be tough to optimize your home sale earnings.

Oftentimes, it helps to conduct a home inspection before you list a residence. With an inspection report in hand, you can assess home flaws and correct these issues right away.

You may want to perform a home appraisal as well. After an appraisal, you can obtain an appraisal report to help you establish a competitive initial asking price for your residence.

2. Review the Local Housing Sector

The housing market fluctuates, and a buyer's market today could shift into sellers' favor without delay. Thus, you should analyze the local housing sector closely so you can determine whether you are about to enter a buyer's or seller's market.

A buyer's market generally features a high volume of available houses. Comparatively, there is a shortage of available homes in a seller's market, and new houses that become available may sell quickly.

To differentiate between a buyer's and seller's market, you should find out how long homes that are currently available in your city or town have been listed. In addition, review the prices of recently sold houses in your area, and you can see if sellers are accepting offers at or above their initial asking prices.

3. Consult with a Real Estate Agent

If you are unsure about how to plan for the home selling journey, you need to remember that you are not alone. But if you hire a real estate agent, you can work with a property selling expert throughout the home selling journey.

A real estate agent understands how to succeed in any housing market, at any time. First, he or she will learn about you and your home and help you map out a house selling plan. A real estate agent next will help you establish an aggressive initial asking price for your residence and add your home to the local housing market. Then, if you receive an offer to purchase your home, a real estate agent will help you assess this proposal and make an informed home selling decision.

Furthermore, a real estate agent is ready to respond to your house selling questions. There is no home selling question too big or too small for a real estate agent, and as such, you can rely on this professional for in-depth responses to any property selling queries.

Take the guesswork out of selling a home use the aforementioned tips, and you can plan ahead for the house selling journey.





Posted by TEAM Metrowest on 9/22/2020


163 Highwood Drive, Franklin, MA 02038

Rental

$1,600
Price

4
Rooms
2
Beds
1
Baths
One floor living in an end unit at Highwood Estates! Wood laminate flooring installed in the last week, freshly carpeted bedrooms, new dishwasher, lots of closet space, partially furnished, nothing to do but move in! Laundry hook-ups in the unit plus washer and dryer to be included for your use. Great outdoor space for your enjoyment plus a shed for storage. Don't miss out!
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses

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Tags: Real-Estate   Rental   Franklin   02038  
Categories: New Homes  


Posted by TEAM Metrowest on 9/19/2020

This Single-Family in Natick, MA recently sold for $780,000. This Gambrel style home was sold by TEAM Metrowest - Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Commonwealth Real Estate.


7 Rockwood Rd, Natick, MA 01760

Single-Family

$799,000
Price
$780,000
Sale Price

9
Rooms
4
Beds
3
Baths
On top of the hill in South Natick, Beautifully renovated just a few years ago, all newer kitchen, baths, and s.s. appliances, with granite counter tops,white cabinets. Beautiful wood and porcelain tile floors. 4 bedrooms, master bath plus 2 other full baths. The bedroom over the garage is the one with full bath en-suite and could be used as an au pair suite. Crisp,cool air conditioning, And very cozy and warm in winter with the addition of a brand new Vermont castings Wood Stove and new chimney liner. Outside is a lovely front yard surrounded by green, backyard fenced in for pets or for a swing set. Very nice, serene neighborhood for you to become part of. Walk by trail or on road to Natick Community Organic Farm to buy vegetables and see the farm animals. It is close to highways and to Wellesley for shopping, or you can zip into Boston. Move in, in time for the school year in acclaimed Natick schools. Open houses are by appointment only. NEW PHOTOS ARE HERE!

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Posted by TEAM Metrowest on 9/16/2020

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Staging can be a controversial topic for many home sellers, especially considering the effort and costs it takes to properly prepare the home. But there's no doubt the investment is worth it for many homes in that staging can transform the property entirely for the benefit of the bottom line. We'll look at what it means to stage for different buyers, and how you can use the information to your advantage. 

Stage Matters

Staging is more than just cleaning up the home or fixing up the woodwork. You're showcasing how the home will look once it's filled with its decor. From the fixtures to the furniture, you're giving the home a certain style that will cause it to leave an impression on the buyers. While it's difficult to assign the exact profits of staging, there's plenty of evidence to show that buyers get attached to homes that highlight their potential. 

Age & Lifestyle 

There are a few relatively basic concepts about how to stage a home for different kinds of buyers. If you have a third bedroom tucked in the corner, you may want to add two twin beds and a chest of toys to appeal to young families looking for a starter home. That same bedroom may function better as a dignified study or home office if you're more likely to have single professionals tour the home. Or you could stage it as a guest bedroom if the average buyer in your home is likely to be a retired couple who want their grandchild to stay over every now and again.

Neighborhoods and Styles 

It's important to know more than the basic demographics of the buyers who stop by. Just because an older couple is touring the home, doesn't mean they'll be more attracted to an old-fashioned decor. Young buyers may want to see a walk-in pantry stuffed with luxury food, while retired people may want to see a universal toilet in the bathroom or a grab bar in the shower. If several generations are moving into the home, you may want to stage the basement as its own separate apartment.

It doesn't necessarily make sense to stage every home, but it is highly recommended for most sellers. The best part is that you don't necessarily have to blow your profit margins by spending thousands of dollars. Talking to a real estate agent can make it easy to conserve your budget while still maximizing your return on investment. No matter how you stage, you need to think about how people are perceiving each amenity before you put the house on the market. A real estate agent can help you do just that. 







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