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Posted by Mary Foley Real Estate Inc. on 1/14/2020

For first-time home sellers, promoting a residence to the right groups of homebuyers may prove to be a major challenge. Lucky for you, we're here to help first-time home sellers streamline the process of showcasing a house to prospective buyers and accelerating the property selling journey.

What does it take to promote a house effectively? Here are three tips to help first-time home sellers do just that.

1. Understand Your Home's Strengths and Weaknesses

A first-time home seller should evaluate a house's interior and exterior closely. By doing so, this property seller can identify any potential problem areas and work to address such issues accordingly.

Typically, a home appraisal offers a great starting point for home sellers. This appraisal ensures a property inspector can assess a house both inside and out and offer expert insights into a residence's strengths and weaknesses.

After a home appraisal is completed, a home seller can use the appraisal report findings to prioritize assorted home improvements. That way, a home seller can commit the necessary time and resources to transform various home weaknesses into strengths.

2. Improve Your House's Curb Appeal

It is paramount for a first-time home seller to consider the homebuyer's perspective. In fact, doing so may make it easy for a home seller to uncover ways to bolster a residence's curb appeal.

Consider what homebuyers will see when they view a house for the first time. This will enable a home seller to identify potential issues and work to resolve such problems without delay.

For example, a home with long, uncut grass or chipped paint on the exterior may be an eye sore. As a result, homebuyers might shy away from this residence after they see it for the first time.

On the other hand, a house with a pristine front lawn and a dazzling exterior may make a great first impression on homebuyers. This means a homebuyer probably will view this house in a positive light something that may lead a property buyer to submit an offer.

3. Collaborate with a Real Estate Agent

When it comes to promoting a house, there may be no better option than hiring a real estate agent. Together, a real estate agent and a first-time home seller should have no trouble promoting a residence to the right homebuyers, at the right time, every time.

A real estate agent will teach a home seller about the housing market and help him or her plan ahead for any potential home selling pitfalls. Plus, this housing market professional will provide honest, unbiased home selling recommendations to ensure a home seller can maximize the value of his or her residence.

Perhaps best of all, a real estate agent will assist a home seller in any way possible. And if a home seller ever has housing market questions, a real estate agent will respond to these queries immediately.

Take the guesswork out of promoting your residence to homebuyers use these tips, and a first-time home seller can stir up interest in his or her residence as soon as it becomes available.




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Posted by Mary Foley Real Estate Inc. on 1/10/2020

This Multi-Family in Fitchburg, MA recently sold for $306,000. This style home was sold by - Mary Foley Real Estate Inc..


22-24 Beekman St, Fitchburg, MA 01420

Multi-Family

$314,900
Price
$306,000
Sale Price

3
Units
3,716
Approx. GLA
WOW! IMPRESSIVE WELL MAINTAINED THREE FAMILY WITH SEPARATE UTILITIES!! PRIDE OF OWNERSHIP SHOWS THROUGHOUT! POSSIBILITY OF A CONDO CONVERSION! A multitude of renovations and large rooms in each unit. First floor tastefully renovated with eat in kitchen, Stainless Steel appliances, Granite countertops, separate dining room, two bedrooms, living room, full bath. Other two units are mirror images in terms of layout. NEW boilers, hot water tanks, electrical panels and porches. Equipped with a two car garage and plenty of off street parking. Home is sited on .23 acres of manicured level grounds and offers over 3700 square feet of living space. Conveniently located across from a beautiful playground with easy access to highway and local amenities. GROUP SHOWING WEDNESDAY JULY 31st AT 5:30PM! CALL TO REGISTER!

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Posted by Mary Foley Real Estate Inc. on 1/9/2020


18-20 Aspen Street, Ware, MA 01082

Multi-Family

$25,000
Price

2
Units
1,476
Approx. GLA
BUY AS A PACKAGE DEAL WITH MLS # 72604363 HANDYMAN SPECIAL / FIXER UPPER!! LOOKING FOR A WINTER PROJECT.. LOOK NO FURTHER. BECOME YOUR OWN LANDLORD AND RENT OUT THE SECOND UNIT!
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Posted by Mary Foley Real Estate Inc. on 1/7/2020

A home inspection is one of the final stages of the property buying journey. If an inspection goes according to plan, a buyer may be able to seamlessly close on his or her dream residence. On the other hand, if problems are discovered during a house inspection, these issues may slow down or stop a home sale.

For property buyers, it helps to plan ahead for a home inspection as much as possible. Thankfully, we're here to help you do just that.

Now, let's take a look at three things that every buyer needs to know about home inspections.

1. A home inspection typically is performed after a seller accepts a buyer's offer to purchase.

With a home inspection, a buyer can review a house with a property expert and identify any underlying problems. If a buyer finds problems during an inspection, this individual can rescind his or her offer to purchase, modify the offer or move forward with a home purchase.

It typically helps to hire a highly qualified and experienced home inspector. By having a skilled home inspector at your side, you can gain the insights you need to determine whether a house is right for you.

2. A buyer is not required to go to a home inspection, but it generally is a good idea to attend.

Usually, a buyer, his or her real estate agent and a home inspector will walk through a house together during an inspection. It also is important to note that a buyer is not required to go to an inspection, but in most cases, it is a good idea for a buyer to attend.

A buyer who attends a home inspection may be able to receive home insights that he or she won't necessarily find in a house inspection report. As such, this buyer can obtain the house insights that he or she needs to make an informed homebuying decision.

3. A home inspection may require several hours to complete.

There is no time limit for a house inspection, but an average home inspection takes several hours to complete. After the inspection is finished, a property inspector will prepare a report that details his or her findings and provide it to a buyer within a few days. Then, a buyer will need to review the report and determine how to proceed.

As a buyer gets ready to enter the housing market, and eventually, perform a home inspection, it helps to hire a friendly, knowledgeable real estate agent. This housing market professional can help a buyer find the right home, submit a competitive offer to purchase and conduct an in-depth home inspection. And after a buyer completes a successful home inspection, a real estate agent will help this individual navigate the final stages of the property buying journey.

Simplify the homebuying process employ a real estate agent, and you can get the help you need to locate and purchase your ideal residence.




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Posted by Mary Foley Real Estate Inc. on 1/4/2020

This Single-Family in Leominster, MA recently sold for $260,000. This Cape style home was sold by - Mary Foley Real Estate Inc..


28 4Th Ave, Leominster, MA 01453

Single-Family

$260,000
Price
$260,000
Sale Price

5
Rooms
3
Beds
1
Baths
WELL KEPT THREE BEDROOM CAPE!! HOME OFFERS A FIRST FLOOR MASTER BEDROOM, SPACIOUS LIVING ROOM, KITCHEN WITH BREAKFAST BAR AND SEPARATE DINING AREA. FULL BATH ON MAIN LEVEL. TWO GOOD SIZED BEDROOMS UPSTAIRS WITH AN OPEN HALLWAY. BASEMENT IS PARTIALLY FINISHED WITH A LARGE FAMILY ROOM AND WOOD STOVE. HOME IS SITED ON .18 ACRES WITH A PARTIALLY FENCED IN YARD. FAVORABLE LOCATION WITH EASY ACCESS TO MAJOR HIGHWAYS, SCHOOLS, TOWN, MALL AND AREA AMENITIES. OFF STREET PARKING AND A SHED ON PREMISES.

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