Posted by Competitive Edge Real Estate Services on 5/6/2020


63 Central Street, North Reading, MA 01864

Condo

$394,900
Price

5
Rooms
2
Beds
2
Baths
Are you looking for a smaller cozy 55+ community? Check out this tastefully updated first floor unit at Central Place, wooded setting yet minutes to major routes & shopping. Lovingly cared for garden style unit with attached heated private garage. Newer Stainless appliances & granite counters in cabinet packed kitchen with pantry closet, tiled floor & recessed lighting. Spacious open concept living & dining area filled with tons of windows & natural light, gleaming hardwood floors. Gorgeous custom drapery & all new remote fans throughout! Master bedroom, plenty of space for king sized bed, oversized walk in closet, updated master bath, vanity & granite counters, tiled floor, shower unit w/glass doors. Large Guest bedroom featuring double closets. Updated guest bath new vanity,granite counter & tub/shower unit. Fee includes water/hot water. Complex offers outdoor patio, exercise room, club room & library/game room. Easy access through side door & additional parking.
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Posted by Competitive Edge Real Estate Services on 5/5/2020

If you intend to sell your home, you may want to host a yard sale. Thanks to a yard sale, you can eliminate clutter from your residence. Furthermore, a yard sale enables you to connect with your local community and inform community members about your plans to list your house.

Ultimately, there are many ways to ensure a yard sale is an instant success. These include:

1. Determine Exactly What You Want to Sell

You know you have a lot of items you want to remove from your house before you add it to the real estate market. As such, you should allocate time and resources to determine which items to keep and which items to sell.

If you have a variety of items you intend to keep, you may want to rent a storage unit. With a storage unit, you can keep your personal belongings safe until your residence sells.

Meanwhile, with items you want to sell at your yard sale, ensure they work properly and look great. You also may want to perform research to determine a fair price for these items based on their age and condition.

2. Pick a Good Date for Your Yard Sale

A Saturday or Sunday morning is the perfect time to kick off a yard sale. Select a date and time for your yard sale, and you can start counting the days until this event takes place.

Of course, as you consider yard sale dates, be sure to avoid scheduling your yard sale on a holiday. And remember, if you start your yard sale early in the day, you can give visitors plenty of time to check out your event.

3. Promote Your Yard Sale Properly

Create yard sale posters and set them up around your community. That way, you can promote your yard sale to a large group of community members in the days leading up to your event.

In addition, you may want to promote your yard sale online. Social networks make it easy to share information about your yard sale and may help you reach many people beyond your city or town.

As you get set to sell your home and host an upcoming yard sale, you may want to reach out to a real estate agent too. A real estate agent can help you get ready for the house selling journey and ensure you can achieve the optimal results.

A real estate agent is a home selling expert who is committed to client satisfaction. He or she will help you promote your residence to prospective buyers, analyze offers to purchase your home and much more. Plus, if you have any concerns as you navigate the home selling process, a real estate agent can respond to them.

Want to sell your home in the near future? Host a yard sale, and you can move one step closer to eliminating clutter from your home and adding your residence to the housing market.




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Posted by Competitive Edge Real Estate Services on 5/2/2020

New Colonial home, quality construction throughout! Located close to major highways, shopping & schools. Don't miss out, last home to be built in the popular 7 lot subdivision of Robbie Terris Way. Excellent floor plan features large first floor family room, warm and inviting gas fireplace. Spacious dining room with tray ceiling, gorgeous columned entry into expansive cabinet packed kitchen with oversized center island, wine fridge, granite counters, crown molding & recessed lights. Still time to pick appliances with builder allowance. Hardwoods on first floor, stairs & landing. First floor laundry with half bath and tiled floor. Three generous bedrooms on second level. Full bath with granite counter, Master bedroom suite with private bath, shower, double sink vanity, granite counter and walk in closet. Walk up attic for easy storage. Lower level features a tiled mud room, perfect as you enter from oversized garage area.

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Posted by Competitive Edge Real Estate Services on 5/2/2020


15 Robbie Terris Way, Tewksbury, MA 01876

Single-Family

$719,900
Price

8
Rooms
3
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
New Colonial home, quality construction throughout! Located close to major highways, shopping & schools. Don't miss out, last home to be built in the popular 7 lot subdivision of Robbie Terris Way. Excellent floor plan features large first floor family room, warm and inviting gas fireplace. Spacious dining room with tray ceiling, gorgeous columned entry into expansive cabinet packed kitchen with oversized center island, wine fridge, granite counters, crown molding & recessed lights. Still time to pick appliances with builder allowance. Hardwoods on first floor, stairs & landing. First floor laundry with half bath and tiled floor. Three generous bedrooms on second level. Full bath with granite counter, Master bedroom suite with private bath, shower, double sink vanity, granite counter and walk in closet. Walk up attic for easy storage. Lower level features a tiled mud room, perfect as you enter from oversized garage area.
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Posted by Competitive Edge Real Estate Services on 4/28/2020

A home inspection often plays a key role in the homebuying journey. If an inspection shows that there are no underlying problems with a house, you should have no trouble moving forward with a home purchase. On the other hand, if an inspection reveals a variety of structural problems with a house, you may need to reconsider your purchase decision.

Ultimately, a homebuyer who knows what to expect during a home inspection can plan accordingly. This buyer also may be better equipped than others to accept the results of an inspection and make an informed choice about whether to move forward with a home purchase.

What does it take to achieve the best-possible results during a home inspection? To find out, let's take a look at three tips to ensure you can prep for a house inspection.

1. Hire an Expert Home Inspector

There is no shortage of home inspectors available in cities and towns nationwide. However, employing an expert home inspector will require you to conduct an in-depth search.

When it comes to finding an expert home inspector, it pays to search far and wide. Because if you have an expert home inspector at your side, you can boost the likelihood of identifying major and minor house issues during an inspection.

2. Assess Every Area of a House

Oftentimes, a home inspection takes several hours to complete, and for good reason. In order to fully evaluate a residence, you'll want to be diligent. That way, you can minimize the risk of missing potential problems as you perform a home assessment.

As you walk through your house with an inspector, don't hesitate to ask questions too. In fact, a home inspector may be able to provide insights into home problems and repairs that you might struggle to obtain elsewhere.

3. Collaborate with a Real Estate Agent

A real estate agent can help you find your dream house, as well as put you in touch with the top home inspectors in your area. Plus, this housing market professional likely will walk through a house with you during an inspection to ensure you can get the support you need to make an informed homebuying decision.

Furthermore, a real estate agent is happy to consult with you before and after a home inspection. Prior to an inspection, a real estate agent will help you put together a plan to assess a house. Meanwhile, after an inspection, a real estate agent can discuss the inspection results with you and help you determine the best course of action.

Let's not forget about the assistance that a real estate agent can provide throughout the homebuying journey, either. This housing market professional can help you streamline your search for your dream house, submit a competitive offer on a residence and ensure you can purchase a terrific house at a budget-friendly price.

A home inspection may seem daunting at first. Luckily, if you plan ahead for a home inspection, you can use the assessment to gain the insights that you need to determine whether a house is right for you.




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