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This Single-Family in Middleboro, MA recently sold for $351,000. This Raised Ranch style home was sold by Mary O'Brien - United Real Estate Boston Metro South - West.


11 Thomas St, Middleboro, MA 02346

Single-Family

$339,900
Price
$351,000
Sale Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
1
Baths
Welcome Home to this amazing raised ranch !! This home offers everything you could possibly want and more. There is no work to be done just move right in and unpack!! New flooring throughout, update kitchen and bath, freshly painted throughout, these are just a few of the bonus items this home has to offer. As soon as you enter the open kitchen living room area you notice just how spacious it is, add to that a huge master and two well appointed additional bedrooms, and a bath to finish out your new first floor. The finished lower level offers a home office, game/tv room, and a playroom with full size window on the front and a walkout on the back. With a little more than an acre of land you also get tons of privacy and a stunning back yard!! This home is truly the complete package!!

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This Single-Family in Lakeville, MA recently sold for $482,000. This Colonial style home was sold by Mary O'Brien - United Real Estate Boston Metro South - West.


17 Nachaomet Road, Lakeville, MA 02347

North Lakeville

Single-Family

$489,900
Price
$482,000
Sale Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Lakeville 3 Bedroom-2.5 Bath Colonial Situated on a 3.92 Acre Lot(181' of Frontage on Nachaomet/Charming Cul De Sac Location-Underground Utilities & Sidewalks/Attached 24'x24" 2 Car Garage w/Side Door/Bright & OPEN Floor Plan/Front to Back(23'x15")Living Room w/Wood Burning Fireplace & Slider to Private Back Yard/Fully Appliance'd Kitchen w/Granite Counter Tops & Ceramic Tiled Flring/Separate(15'x12')Dining Room w/Hardwood Flring/Spacious(24'x19')MASTER Bedroom w/Private Bath & Walk-In Closet/Two Additional Bedroom & Full Bath on 2nd Floor/FULL-Finished Basement(700+s.f.)w/Recessed Lighting/200 Amp. Electric/Updated Water Filtration System/Shed/Underground Dog Fencing/Shed/Seller to Install NEW Title V. Septic Prior to Closing!/Superb Commuting Location-Close to Highways(105, 495, 44 & 24),Town Amenities(Betty's Neck-Check Out Facebook Page),Ted Williams Camp & Clear Pond Park, Schools & ONLY 6 Miles to Lakeville Commuter Rail/Great New Construction Option

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The home inspection may seem like a standard thing that you need to go through in the process of buying a home. Really, you’re paying for the home inspection, and it’s a huge opportunity for you. As a home buyer, you should look at the home inspection as an educational event for homeowners. You’ll learn a lot about the history of the property that you’ll be living in. From water that may have been present in the basement to a leaky roof, you’ll get to know your new home and how everything works.


When you hire your home inspector, he or she may seem like they are talking to experts. For this reason, it’s a good idea to ask questions during the inspection so that you can clarify what the inspector is talking bout.


Is This Problem Urgent?


It’s a good idea to see how soon any problems in the house need to be fixed. If the roof needs to be replaced within 3-6 months and your finances are tight, it’s something that you’ll want to know about. While home inspectors will reserve their opinions about a property overall, professionally, they can tell you how big of an issue certain things are. You may need to hire a certified professional who specializes in a certain area like plumbing or electricity for further evaluation in many cases. For your own knowledge, it’s a good idea to know what needs to be done around the property and when.             


Take Notes


You’re never going to remember where everything is in the house on the first pass. It’s a good idea to carry a notepad with you when you’re going through the home. Make notes of any major issues, where they are, and how to fix them. This way, even after the inspection report is sent, you’ll have something to refer back to.  


Is This At The End Of Its Lifespan?


Your home inspector will take a look at all of the moving parts of the home that you’re about to purchase. This includes the appliances. Is the dishwasher on its last leg? Will you need a new refrigerator very soon? Is that creak in the floor more than just a problem with a floorboard? If you find out what to expect from both the major and minor issues in the home, you’ll have a better idea of what to expect from the property overall. 


Home inspectors give you an overview of the condition of a home. Inspectors will tell you that there is no home that comes completely clean when it comes to an inspection. Even a brand new home that was just built will have some issues. While it may not be the most fun to find out that your new home needs a new roof, at least you and your realtor will know what needs to be brought to the negotiation table if you decide to go through with the purchase of the home.


This Multi-Family in Taunton, MA recently sold for $217,550. This style home was sold by Mary O'Brien - United Real Estate Boston Metro South - West.


7 Albro Ave, Taunton, MA 02780

Multi-Family

$249,900
Price
$217,550
Sale Price

2
Units
2,072
Approx. GLA
Great investment or owner occupied opportunity, with just a small amount of TLC this could be your dream come true. Unit one offers a large eat in kitchen, a den/dining room, and living room on the first floor and two bedrooms upstairs. Unit 2 offers a kitchen living room and bedroom on the first floor and a large bedroom on the second floor. Newer heating system, updated electric, and 2 car garage, and a great back yard are just some of the bonuses in this home. Excellent commuter location.

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If you're in the process of preparing your home for the real estate market, get ready to roll up your sleeves and make your home as irresistible as possible!

While this may sound like an enormous undertaking that you don't have the time or energy to tackle, remember one thing: When you put your home up for sale, there's a lot at stake!

Generally, the longer your house stays on the market, the less marketable it becomes. If potential buyers learn that your house has been on the market for longer than, say, a few months, one of the first questions they'll ask or think will be "What's wrong with it?" Once questions like that start arising, the overall appeal of your home begins to decline. As you can imagine, your ability to get the highest possible price for your house also weakens over time. That's why it's important to do everything possible to enhance the look and feel of your home.

Home Staging Counts

Although effective home staging can be a crucial aspect of selling your house quickly, there is a point at which diminishing returns may come into play. Few home sellers have unlimited time and money to invest in staging their home, and it's easy to go above and beyond what's actually necessary to secure a buyer.

There are dozens of variables that affect a house selling strategy, including the real estate market and the condition of your home. If it's a "buyers' market" and there are a lot of comparable houses for sale in your neighborhood, then you might have to work a little harder to make your home stand out and attract offers. If you're fortunate enough to be in a desirable area and not facing a lot of competition from other home sellers, then the law of supply and demand should work in your favor! However, it's still important to make the most of your property's curb appeal and the overall appearance of your home's interior.

The cost of home staging can range from a few hundred dollars to thousands, but your real estate agent can provide invaluable guidance on how to cost-effectlively maximize the "eye appeal" of your house and property. While perfection is generally an unattainable standard in home staging (or anything else), optimal results only come from putting your best foot forward.

Several words to remember and be guided by when preparing a house for sale are "immaculate", "spotless", "manicured" (lawn), "fresh" (looking and smelling), "updated", "well-maintained", and "charming". If prospective buyers are using those words and phrases to describe your home, then you know you're on the right track! Your agent can provide you with helpful insights and suggestions for making a great impression on potential buyers -- without having to spend more on home staging than necessary!




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