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Posted by Cindy Gleichauf on 10/2/2018


599 Washington St, Walpole, MA 02032

East Walpole

Single-Family

$699,900
Price

7
Rooms
4
Beds
3/1
Full/Half Baths
Tired of cookie cutter colonials? This renovated 4 BR 3 ½ bath gem has a fabulous flowing floor plan! Approximately 2/3 of this home is completely brand new from the foundation up. Set on a level ½ acre+ lot w/endless possibilities for gardening & recreation, no detail has been spared to create the ultimate practical & beautiful home. Open concept center isle granite/stainless kitchen w/glass tile backsplash. Gracious covered front porch & spacious foyer w/loads of closet space. Master w/2 walk-in closets. 1st flr bedroom w/full bath boasts master, guest room or in-law potential & also makes the perfect office or playroom. Separate mudroom entrance w/walk-in closet. 2C garage w/pull-down storage above & extra half bay for workshop area. Rich, warm hardwood floors on 1st floor, staircases and upper hall. Luxurious tile work & stone counters in baths. Town water & sewer, natural gas & central air. This is the one you have been waiting for!
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Posted by Cindy Gleichauf on 10/1/2018


599 Washington St, Walpole, MA 02032

East Walpole

Single-Family

$699,900
Price

7
Rooms
4
Beds
3/1
Full/Half Baths
Tired of cookie cutter colonials? This renovated 4 BR 3 ½ bath gem has a fabulous flowing floor plan! Approximately 2/3 of this home is completely brand new from the foundation up. Set on a level ½ acre+ lot w/endless possibilities for gardening & recreation, no detail has been spared to create the ultimate practical & beautiful home. Open concept center isle granite/stainless kitchen w/glass tile backsplash. Gracious covered front porch & spacious foyer w/loads of closet space. Master w/2 walk-in closets. 1st flr bedroom w/full bath boasts master, guest room or in-law potential & also makes the perfect office or playroom. Separate mudroom entrance w/walk-in closet. 2C garage w/pull-down storage above & extra half bay for workshop area. Rich, warm hardwood floors on 1st floor, staircases and upper hall. Luxurious tile work & stone counters in baths. Town water & sewer, natural gas & central air. This is the one you have been waiting for!
Open House
Saturday
October 06 at 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
More Open Houses
Cannot make the Open Houses?
Location: 599 Washington St, Walpole, MA 02032    Get Directions

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Posted by Cindy Gleichauf on 9/30/2018

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 Cindy Gleichauf on 9/26/2018


760 West St, Wrentham, MA 02093

Sheldonville

Single-Family

$1,150,000
Price

14
Rooms
4
Beds
2/2
Full/Half Baths
Scenic, historic carriage house residence! Set back from the road behind ornate fencing, this modern farmhouse style home & barn w/traditional &Victorian elements perfectly combine today's open floorplan living w/antique character. Residence highlights include great room w/soaring ceilings, skylit kitchen/huge island, grand 23' dining rm w/frplc & moldings, English equestrian themed fam rm w/original detailed wrought iron horse stalls, cathedral clng master w/sitting area/antique tub. Sunken brick greenhouse/sunroom, in-grnd gunite pool, 2 office areas. Incredible 40'x120' 3-story barn w/extensive storage &original Fairbanks scale must be seen! Energy efficient systems/extremely productive solar. Storage for 26+ vehicles/boats between attd 3&2C garages, htd 2C under garage/wkshp, detd garage & barn. So many possibilities, but perfect as-is; own a piece of history & make it yours!
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Posted by Cindy Gleichauf on 9/23/2018

Looking to add your home to the real estate market? Ultimately, you'll want to do everything you can to maximize the value of your residence.

For home sellers, getting the best price for a residence may seem virtually impossible at times. Fortunately, we're here to help you plan ahead so you can get the best price for your house as soon as it hits the market.

Now, let's take a look at three tips to help you optimize the value of your residence, regardless of the current real estate market's conditions.

1. Examine the Housing Market

When it comes to the real estate market, it is important to understand how your residence stacks up against the competition.

Collect housing market data to learn about the real estate sector. Then, you can establish a "competitive" price for your home and boost your chances of a quick home sale.

Typically, home sellers should look at the prices of currently available residences in their cities and towns. This will enable home sellers to understand the local real estate market and establish a price range for houses that are similar to their own.

Don't forget to review the prices of recently sold houses as well. With this housing market data in hand, home sellers can find out whether they are about to enter a seller's or buyer's market.

2. Complete a Home Appraisal

Let's face it what your home is worth today is unlikely to match what you initially paid for your residence. If you have completed a wide range of home upgrades over the years, the value of your residence may have increased. Or, if you failed to maintain your house's interior and exterior, your residence's value may have fallen.

A home appraisal will enable you to learn about your house's strengths and weaknesses. This assessment is performed by a professional property inspector who will take a close look at your house's interior and exterior. After the assessment is finished, the property inspector will provide you with a report that can help you price your house appropriately.

If you want to boost your home's value after a home appraisal, you can always complete various home interior and exterior improvement projects. That way, you can enhance your house both inside and out and move closer to maximizing the value of your home.

3. Consult with a Real Estate Agent

A real estate agent is a difference-maker for home sellers, and for good reason. This housing market professional will do everything possible to help you prep your house and ensure you can receive the best price for it without exception.

Usually, a real estate agent will set up home showings and open houses, negotiate with homebuyers on your behalf and much more. He or she will even provide honest, unbiased home selling recommendations to ensure you can streamline the home selling journey.

Don't leave anything to chance as you get ready to add your house to the real estate market. Use these tips, and you should have no trouble getting the best price for your house.




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