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Posted by RE/MAX Integrity on 4/19/2018


30 Eagle Dr, Douglas, MA 01516

Condo

$189,900
Price

5
Rooms
3
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Easy living best describes this end unit,townhouse style Condo!This unit offers 3 very generous sized bedrooms along with 1.5 baths. Lovely eat in kitchen with loads of storage.Who doesn't like 2nd floor laundry? Additional ammenities include central air, 2 deeded parking spots, and perfect size deck which overlooks private yard. Dont' miss this opportunity! Showings deferred until 4/22/2018 at Open House from Noon-1:30. Send your Buyers
Open House
Sunday
April 22 at 12:00 PM to 1:30 PM
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Categories: Open House  


Posted by RE/MAX Integrity on 4/19/2018


30 Eagle Dr, Douglas, MA 01516

Condo

$189,900
Price

5
Rooms
3
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Easy living best describes this end unit,townhouse style Condo!This unit offers 3 very generous sized bedrooms along with 1.5 baths. Lovely eat in kitchen with loads of storage.Who doesn't like 2nd floor laundry? Additional ammenities include central air, 2 deeded parking spots, and perfect size deck which overlooks private yard. Dont' miss this opportunity! Showings deferred until 4/22/2018 at Open House from Noon-1:30. Send your Buyers
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses

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Tags: Real Estate   condo   01516   Douglas  
Categories: New Homes  


Posted by RE/MAX Integrity on 4/16/2018

Want to sell your residence? As a home seller, you'll want to take a cautious approach to the real estate market. That way, you can improve your chances of getting the best price for your residence, regardless of the current housing market's conditions.

Ultimately, there are many reasons why home sellers should err on the side of caution as they prepare to add their houses to the real estate market, including:

1. The housing market constantly fluctuates.

For home sellers, it is important to differentiate between a seller's market and a buyer's market. By doing so, a home seller can assess the current housing market and proceed accordingly.

In a seller's market, there is usually a shortage of high-end houses and an abundance of interested homebuyers. This means home sellers who operate in a seller's market may be more likely to stir up plenty of interest in their houses as soon as these properties become available.

Conversely, a buyer's market typically favors homebuyers, as it features a limited number of homebuyers and a wide range of home sellers. If you're selling your home in a seller's market, you'll likely need to price it competitively to help your residence stand out from the competition.

Allocating the necessary time and resources to analyze the housing market is key. With housing market data in hand, a home seller can determine whether he or she is getting ready to list a house in a buyer's or seller's market.

2. What your home was worth yesterday is unlikely to match what it is worth today.

The price that a home seller initially paid for a residence is unlikely to match what the house is worth today. Thus, a home seller should perform a home appraisal to learn about the present value of his or her residence.

During a home appraisal, a property inspector will assess a house both inside and out. Then, the property inspector will identify any problem areas with a house that could negatively affect the residence's value.

A home appraisal is exceedingly valuable to home sellers. It enables them to understand a house's strengths and weaknesses as well as uncover ways to transform a home's weaknesses into strengths. As a result, a home seller can use a home appraisal as a learning opportunity and find innovative ways to enhance a residence before adding it to the real estate market.

3. Homebuyers are always on the lookout for bargains.

Although a home seller will do everything possible to learn about the housing market, there is always the danger that a homebuyer will submit a "lowball" offer on a house. Conversely, a home seller who errs on the side of caution will be able to differentiate between a legitimate offer and a lowball one time and time again.

Lastly, if you need extra help as you get ready to sell your house, don't hesitate to work with a local real estate agent.

Real estate agents are available in cities and towns nationwide. They can help you get your house ready for the real estate market and ensure you can reap the benefits of a quick, seamless home selling experience.

Become a cautious home seller, and you can move one step closer to maximizing the value of your house.




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Posted by RE/MAX Integrity on 4/15/2018

When you're a homeowner, it's tempting to save money any way you can. Oftentimes people take repairs into their own hands when they don't have the knowledge or experience to complete the job safely. What begins as a way to save money can quickly turn into a disaster--as you spend lengthy periods of time on a project and find yourself going over your initial budget. It isn't always easy to know which projects you can attempt yourself and which ones are better left to the pros. And, of course, it will depend on your comfort and skill level when it comes to various household repairs. So, if you're a plumber, disregard our plumbing advice and dive in to your DIY plumbing projects since you have the know-how. But if you're an average homeowner looking to make some renovations and repairs, read on to find out which ones you should attempt and which ones are better left to the pros.

1. Electrical work

So you've got a few faulty outlets in the new home you bought. It doesn't seem worth calling in an electrician just for those few minor issues. However, due to the dangers and complications that can arise from electric work, it's a good idea to hold off and call in the experts. Aside from shocking yourself (which can be deadly), you could also create fire hazards or damage circuitry, resulting in much higher repair costs than you initially had. Another benefit of calling in an electrician, other than having the project done correctly, is that they will be able to diagnose your home circuitry to let you know what other problems might arise in the foreseeable future.†So, when it comes to power issues, always call in the pros.

2. Hazardous materials

Many people will tell you not to worry about asbestos or lead paint unless you have children. However, these are both dangerous materials than can create several chronic health problems in adults as well. If you're concerned for the safety of yourself and your family, call in contractors who will remove the lead or asbestos. What can go wrong if you try to do it yourself? Lead chips and dust will fly through the air when attempting to remove lead paint. Breathing in these fumes is dangerous initially and down the road when the dust settles into the corners of your home. Asbestos, especially in blown-in insulation can be particularly dangerous. Aside from ensuring your safety, a contractor will also be able to assess the situation and determine whether your hazardous materials need to be removed or can just be "repaired" or covered up. Simple repair jobs on asbestos or lead-containing objects can save you some serious time and money.

3. Roofing and siding

There's a reason even building contractors bring in third party companies to install roofs and siding. These are both labor-intensive and time-intensive jobs that require specialized skills and tools that only dedicated companies can accomplish correctly. Roofing and siding are both dangerous jobs that carry the risk of falling off of roofs and ladders, as well as injuring your back lifting heavy shingles. The pros have the tools and experience to avoid these injuries. When you hire the professionals to do your roofing or siding, you can rest assured that the job is done correctly and will last much longer than if you made it a DIY project as well.





Posted by RE/MAX Integrity on 4/14/2018

This Single-Family in Rehoboth, MA recently sold for $569,000. This Colonial,Contemporary style home was sold by - RE/MAX Integrity.


24 Linden Ln, Rehoboth, MA 02769

Single-Family

$574,900
Price
$569,000
Sale Price

9
Rooms
4
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Welcome to 24 Linden Lane! Located in the Preserve at Brook Street. This "better-than-new", sophisticated, light filled, contemporary colonial is perfect for entertaining! Exquisite attention to detail, along with a smart layout, makes this property perfect for today's lifestyle. Built-in cabinetry, hardwood floors, crown molding, master bedroom with ensuite, maintence free deck, paver walkway, whole house generator and irrigation system is a sample of the endless upgrades. The premium level lot rounds out this custom built 4-bedroom, 2.5 bath, Colonial. Commuter friendly location. This home can not be reproduced at this price! Showings begin Saturday January 27th at 11 am.

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