Sandi Boucini & Michelle Granger - RE/MAX Executive Realty



Posted by Sandi Boucini & Michelle Granger on 1/16/2019

After you add your house to the real estate market, it may be only a matter of days before you receive the first offer on your residence.

Ultimately, the initial offer on your home may prove to be the best proposal for a number of reasons, including:

1. The offer matches or exceeds your expectations.

An informed home seller understands the condition of his or her house, and as such, sets realistic expectations for the home selling journey.

For a home seller, it is paramount to conduct a home appraisal before you list your residence. With this appraisal, you can learn about your residence's strengths and weaknesses and price your house accordingly.

Furthermore, a home appraisal will help you understand the true value of your home. And if you receive an initial offer that matches or surpasses your expectations, you should have no trouble accepting the proposal and moving forward with a home sale.

2. The offer corresponds to the current state of the real estate market.

Operating in a buyer's market is far different from operating in a seller's market, and perhaps it is easy to understand why.

In a buyer's market, there is an abundance of high-quality houses and a shortage of property buyers. This means a buyer's market typically favors property buyers over property sellers.

On the other hand, a seller's market usually favors property sellers. This market includes many property buyers and a shortage of top-notch houses. Thus, the likelihood of receiving a terrific first offer may increase in a seller's market and decrease in a buyer's market.

As a home seller, it is essential to allocate the necessary time and resources to learn about the housing market. If you understand the differences between a buyer's market and a seller's market, you can identify a great initial offer on your house.

3. The offer is a must-accept in the eyes of your real estate agent.

When it comes to selling a house, it often is a wonderful idea to work with a real estate agent. In fact, this housing market professional may prove to be a difference-maker at each stage of the home selling journey.

A real estate agent will help you list your residence, promote it to potential homebuyers and set up home showings and open houses. That way, he or she can make it easy for you to generate substantial interest in your residence as soon as it becomes available.

Perhaps most important, a real estate agent is happy to provide honest, unbiased home selling recommendations. This housing market professional will help you differentiate between a mediocre initial offer and a stellar one and ensure you can make informed home selling decisions.

Lastly, be sure to analyze the initial offer on your home closely before you accept it. By taking a diligent approach to this home proposal, you can evaluate the pros and cons of it and make the best possible decision based on your individual needs.




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Posted by Sandi Boucini & Michelle Granger on 1/10/2019


207 Worcester Providence Tpke, Sutton, MA 01590

Single-Family

$649,900
Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Unique prime 146 Northbound location! This mixed use property consists of a single family home (renovated in 2003/4) that was in the past used as a salon and could easily be used for office space or as a residence. The house has FHA by oil with central air and 1.5 baths. The 70 x 48 FOUR bay garage (built in 2003) offers an office area, half bath, storage on both lower and upper levels. There is FHA by oil and oil fired heaters for the garage portion. Bring your business and ideas to this high traffic location!
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses

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Posted by Sandi Boucini & Michelle Granger on 1/10/2019


207 Worcester Providence Tpke, Sutton, MA 01590

Commercial

$649,900
Price

2
Buildings
Commercial
Type of Comm.
34,620.00
Lot Size
Prime 146 Northbound location! This mixed use property consists of a single family home (renovated in 2003/4) that was in the past used as a salon and could easily be used for office space or as a residence. The house has FHA by oil with central air and 1.5 baths. The 70 x 48 FOUR bay garage (built in 2003) offers an office area, half bath, storage on both lower and upper levels. There is FHA by oil and oil fired heaters for the garage portion. Bring your business and ideas to this high traffic location!
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses






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Posted by Sandi Boucini & Michelle Granger on 1/9/2019

After you submit an offer on a home and complete a property inspection, there may be only a short amount of time until you close.

Ultimately, it pays to prepare for closing day. If you start planning for your home closing today, you can identify and address any potential problems.

To better understand how to get ready for a home closing, let's take a look at three questions to consider before your closing.

1. What needs to get done before my closing date?

Your closing date may be a few weeks away, but time moves quickly, particularly for a homebuyer who wants to get into a new residence as quickly as possible. Fortunately, homebuyers who understand what needs to get done prior to a closing can plan accordingly.

Typically, a homebuyer will need to secure homeowners insurance and title insurance before closing on a house. Insurance companies are available to provide information about both types of insurance. If you reach out to these companies immediately, you can guarantee that your home and personal belongings will be covered against loss or damage.

You'll need to contact utilities providers as well. That way, you can ensure that your gas, electric and other utilities are good to go as soon as you close on your home.

2. How much are my monthly mortgage payments?

You know that you've been pre-approved for a mortgage. However, if you don't know how much that you'll be paying for your home each month, you'll certainly want to find out sooner rather than later.

Monthly mortgage payments can add up quickly, particularly for homebuyers who fail to budget properly. If you know exactly how much that you'll be paying each month for your home, you can effectively map out a budget.

3. What do I need to bring to my closing?

Homebuyers are required to bring a government-issued ID to a closing. In some instances, you may need to provide a certified or cashier's check to cover assorted closing costs as well.

If you are unsure about what to bring to a home closing, it often helps to consult with a real estate agent. In fact, this housing market professional can help you seamlessly navigate all stages of the homebuying cycle.

Prior to a home closing, a real estate agent is happy to respond to any concerns or questions that you may have. This housing market professional will explain how the home closing process works, how long the process generally takes to complete and, perhaps most important, when you'll receive the keys to your house.

A real estate agent also goes above and beyond the call of duty to provide assistance throughout the homebuying journey. He or she can help you compare and contrast a broad range of houses, submit a competitive offer on a home and ensure that you can discover your dream residence in no time at all.

Get ready for a home closing consider the aforementioned questions, and you can prep for your closing date.




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Posted by Sandi Boucini & Michelle Granger on 1/4/2019

This Single-Family in Sutton, MA recently sold for $300,000. This Cape style home was sold by Sandi Boucini & Michelle Granger - RE/MAX Executive Realty.


116 Leland Hill Rd, Sutton, MA 01590

Single-Family

$299,900
Price
$300,000
Sale Price

6
Rooms
4
Beds
2
Baths
Quintessential New England Antique Cape on idyllic elongated flat lot.The location is perfect for commuting since it is perfectly situated within 15 minutes to the Grafton "T" and 146/20/90.The home itself has been lovingly cared for and offers a young forced hot air heating system ,newer H20 tank, young roof, updated electric and many cosmetic updates.The first floor welcomes you with a wide open kitchen that includes black appliances, white cabinets, lots of light & granite tile counters. This opens up to a 23 x 16 family room with wood floors and plenty of entertainment space. There is a full bath, guest bedroom & first floor master with a fireplace and walk-in closet on the 1st floor.The second level boasts a large loft with great natural light, updated full bathroom and two additional bedrooms with wood flooring and plenty of closet space.The basement offers abundant storage (concrete floor),updated mechanicals and laundry. This is Sutton history with updates done for you!

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