Robin V. Wish - Real Living Realty Group



Posted by Robin V. Wish on 3/26/2018

You've attended an open house now what? Ultimately, there are many questions for homebuyers to consider after they attend an open house, and these include:

1. Did the home match or exceed my expectations?

It is important to understand whether a home is one that you could enjoy both now and in the future. And if you found that you liked a home after an open house, you may want to proceed with an offer on this residence.

Usually, it is a good idea to carry a checklist of your homebuying wants and needs that you can use throughout an open house. With this list in hand, a homebuyer can identify a house's strengths and weaknesses.

If you ever have concerns or questions during an open house, don't hesitate to find the listing real estate agent for assistance too. By doing so, you can gain the insights you need to determine whether a particular house is a viable long-term investment.

2. What would life be like if I purchased the home?

An open house can bring out a broad range of emotions in homebuyers, particularly if these individuals see things that they like in a residence.

For example, a homebuyer who sees a large outdoor deck may envision summer barbecues with family members and friends. Or, a homebuyer who views a spacious kitchen might picture dinner parties that he or she could host in the future.

If a home brings out positive feelings, it may be a keeper. As such, a homebuyer who feels good about a home after an open house may want to move forward with an offer.

3. Am I ready to submit an offer on the home?

Submitting an offer on a house can be tricky. On the one hand, you don't want to overspend to acquire a residence. Conversely, you want to submit a competitive offer that matches the home seller's expectations.

After an open house, it never hurts to meet with a real estate agent. Then, you can outline your homebuying goals and determine whether now is a good time to submit an offer on a residence.

If you decide to proceed with an offer, ensure that the proposal is fair and is submitted in a timely fashion. In all likelihood, the home seller will have 24 to 48 hours to accept, decline or counter your proposal. Once you receive a home seller's decision on your offer, you can determine the next step on your homebuying journey.

Lastly, if a home seller rejects your offer, there is no need to worry. With an expert real estate agent at your side, you can check out other open house events in your area. And as a result, you should have no trouble accelerating the process of going from homebuyer to homeowner.

Alleviate stress as you decide how to proceed after you attend an open house consider the aforementioned factors, and you can determine whether a particular residence is right for you.




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Posted by Robin V. Wish on 3/19/2018

As you get ready to add your house to the real estate market, you likely will consider high and low initial asking prices. However, it is important to remember that no two residences are exactly alike. And much in the same vein, the initial asking price for your home may vary from that of a similar residence based on your house's condition, age and other factors.

Ultimately, a diligent home seller will allocate the necessary time and resources to determine a competitive initial asking price for his or her residence. This seller will be able to establish an initial home asking price that hits the mark with buyers, and as a result, stir up plenty of interest in his or her house.

Determining the ideal initial home asking price may seem tough at first. Fortunately, we're here to help you set a competitive price for your residence, regardless of the current housing market's conditions.

Now, let's take a look at three tips to help you establish the ideal initial asking price for your residence.

1. Assess Your Home

The present condition of your house may have a major impact on its value. Thus, you should perform a home inspection before you list your house to identify any underlying problems and address such issues.

A home inspection is generally requested by a buyer after a seller accepts an offer on a residence. Conversely, a seller who wants to go above and beyond the call of duty may perform an inspection to take a proactive approach to home improvement projects. This approach may help a seller mitigate potential home problems before they are discovered later in the home selling process.

Thanks to a home inspection, a seller can establish home improvement priorities. Then, this seller can perform myriad home improvements and move closer to maximizing the value of his or her residence.

2. Evaluate the Housing Market

Operating in a seller's market is far different from selling a house in a buyer's market. If you review the real estate market, you can gain the insights you need to establish a competitive price for your home.

Take a look at the prices of houses in your area that are similar to your own residence. This information will enable you to understand the price range for comparable houses in your city or town.

Also, evaluate the prices of recently sold residences in your area. This housing sector data will allow you to determine whether you are operating in a buyer's or seller's market.

3. Collaborate with a Real Estate Agent

A real estate agent knows the ins and outs of selling a home in any housing market. He or she can offer a wide assortment of housing market data. Perhaps most important, a real estate agent will make it simple for you to establish a competitive price for your residence and reap the benefits of a fast, profitable home selling experience.

Want to add your house to the real estate market? Use the aforementioned tips, and you should have no trouble setting a competitive initial asking price for your house.





Posted by Robin V. Wish on 3/15/2018

Stunning colonial in cul de sac offers quality upgrades and move in ready! Exterior: new craftsman style front door and three others replaced as well as new Andersen slider from kitchen. Exterior painted clapboard and trim. Newly installed - 17 vinyl double hung windows and new cellular shades! New asphalt driveway and underlayment. Newly pointed front steps, professionally designed and installed front landscape. High-end vinyl fencing surrounds the rear yard. Professionally designed and installed perennial gardens in side yard. Recently completed kitchen with granite, painted white cabinets, pantry cabinet, stainless appliances under-mounted sinks and nickel faucet. Counter-height breakfast bar, dining area with direct access to rear deck. Updated baths offer rectangular sinks, quartz counters and marble floor tiles. Designer paint selections, master bedroom his and her closet systems, New electrical panel too! See additional info attached to listing.

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Posted by Robin V. Wish on 3/15/2018


3 Beaverbrook Ln, Walpole, MA 02081

Single-Family

$675,000
Price

8
Rooms
4
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Stunning colonial in cul de sac offers quality upgrades and move in ready! Exterior: new craftsman style front door and three others replaced as well as new Andersen slider from kitchen. Exterior painted clapboard and trim. Newly installed - 17 vinyl double hung windows and new cellular shades! New asphalt driveway and underlayment. Newly pointed front steps, professionally designed and installed front landscape. High-end vinyl fencing surrounds the rear yard. Professionally designed and installed perennial gardens in side yard. Recently completed kitchen with granite, painted white cabinets, pantry cabinet, stainless appliances under-mounted sinks and nickel faucet. Counter-height breakfast bar, dining area with direct access to rear deck. Updated baths offer rectangular sinks, quartz counters and marble floor tiles. Designer paint selections, master bedroom his and her closet systems, New electrical panel too! See additional info attached to listing.
Open House
Sunday
March 18 at 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
Bring your fussiest buyers to this pristine colonial on a cul de sac street in sought after North Walpole location. Short trip to train, Walpole center, shops restaurants, new library and more! So many amenities -move in ready!
Cannot make the Open Houses?
Location: 3 Beaverbrook Ln, Walpole, MA 02081    Get Directions

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Posted by Robin V. Wish on 3/15/2018


3 Beaverbrook Ln, Walpole, MA 02081

Single-Family

$675,000
Price

8
Rooms
4
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Stunning colonial in cul de sac offers quality upgrades and move in ready! Exterior: new craftsman style front door and three others replaced as well as new Andersen slider from kitchen. Exterior painted clapboard and trim. Newly installed - 17 vinyl double hung windows and new cellular shades! New asphalt driveway and underlayment. Newly pointed front steps, professionally designed and installed front landscape. High-end vinyl fencing surrounds the rear yard. Professionally designed and installed perennial gardens in side yard. Recently completed kitchen with granite, painted white cabinets, pantry cabinet, stainless appliances under-mounted sinks and nickel faucet. Counter-height breakfast bar, dining area with direct access to rear deck. Updated baths offer rectangular sinks, quartz counters and marble floor tiles. Designer paint selections, master bedroom his and her closet systems, New electrical panel too! See additional info attached to listing.
Open House
Sunday
March 18 at 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
Bring your fussiest buyers to this pristine colonial on a cul de sac street in sought after North Walpole location. Short trip to train, Walpole center, shops restaurants, new library and more! So many amenities -move in ready!
Cannot make the Open Houses?
Location: 3 Beaverbrook Ln, Walpole, MA 02081    Get Directions

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