Posted by Tom Mahedy on 11/28/2018


103 Baxter Road , Barnstable, MA 02601

Hyannis

Single-Family

$259,500
Price

4
Total Rooms
2
Beds
1
Baths
Don't miss out on this Charmer! A Beautiful renovation has brought New Gas Heat and Central AC, Granite and Stainless Kitchen, Updated Bath, New Roof, Paint inside and out and all new flooring. Large, Private, Fenced Yard is a great spot for Kids, Pets and a Fire Pit! Stroll to Vibrant Main Street's great restaurants and shops, Island Ferries and awesome beaches! Kalmus Beach is home to some of the best Windsurfing on Cape Cod! All dimensions/info to be verified by Buyer/Buyer Agent.
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Categories: Price Change  


Posted by Tom Mahedy on 11/23/2018

Selling a house the second time around may prove to be much easier than your initial home selling experience. In fact, a veteran home seller can learn a lot from his or her past home selling experience, including:

1. How to Establish a Competitive Initial Home Asking Price

Setting a competitive initial home asking price is paramount, regardless of a home seller's experience. If a seller establishes a competitive initial asking price from the get-go, he or she can increase the likelihood of stirring up plenty of interest in a house. Conversely, a seller who sets an initial asking price that is too high or too low may struggle to achieve the optimal home selling results.

Think about how you priced the home that you most recently sold. This experience may help you determine how you'll price your current house, as well as enable you to avoid potential pricing mistakes along the way.

Furthermore, it usually helps to look at the prices of comparable houses in your city or town. If you assess this housing market data, you can see how your house stacks up against the competition and narrow the price range for your residence.

2. How to Promote a House to the Right Groups of Buyers

If you previously struggled to showcase your house to buyers, you can learn from your past experience and avoid making the same mistakes once again.

Ultimately, a home seller should allocate time and resources to enhance the curb appeal of his or her home. If a house features a stunning exterior, it may generate lots of interest from buyers.

It often helps to maintain a clean home interior as well. If you keep your home neat, tidy and clutter-free, buyers should have no trouble envisioning what life might be like if they purchase your house.

3. How to Hire the Right Real Estate Agent

Conduct an in-depth search for the right real estate agent you'll be glad you did. If you meet with a variety of real estate agents, you can find a housing market professional who can help you achieve your desired home selling results.

Don't forget to request client referrals from a real estate agent. Because if you can learn about past clients' experiences with a real estate agent, you can make an informed choice about whether to hire this real estate agent to guide you along the home selling journey.

Ready to add another house to the real estate market? Use your home selling experience to your advantage, and you can boost your chances of enjoying a profitable home selling journey.




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Posted by Tom Mahedy on 11/16/2018


37 Seagate Lane , Barnstable, MA 02601

Hyannis

Single-Family

$319,500
Price

6
Total Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
Just listed! Come see this charming 3-4 Bedroom/2 Full bath Gambrel on the Hyannis/Centerville line. In 2007 the house received a New 4 bedroom Septic, New Kitchen and updated baths, Beautiful Wide Pine wood floors, replacement windows, New roof, and in 2012 house was converted to natural Gas with a new boiler and hot water heater. Owner made a large Master out of 2 beds but could easily go back to being a 4 Bedroom. A little paint and landscaping will create a great house! Short drive to Beautiful Craigville Beach, Golf and Vibrant Main Street with ton's of great restaurants. Will not last. All dimensions/info to be verified by Buyer/Buyer Agent.
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Saturday
November 17 at 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM
Just Listed! First Open House...come see this Charming Gambrel on the Hyannis/Centerville Line
Cannot make the Open Houses?
Location: 37 Seagate Lane , Barnstable, MA 02601    Get Directions

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Categories: Open House  


Posted by Tom Mahedy on 11/16/2018


37 Seagate Lane , Barnstable, MA 02601

Hyannis

Single-Family

$319,500
Price

6
Total Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
Just listed! Come see this charming 3-4 Bedroom/2 Full bath Gambrel on the Hyannis/Centerville line. In 2007 the house received a New 4 bedroom Septic, New Kitchen and updated baths, Beautiful Wide Pine wood floors, replacement windows, New roof, and in 2012 house was converted to natural Gas with a new boiler and hot water heater. Owner made a large Master out of 2 beds but could easily go back to being a 4 Bedroom. A little paint and landscaping will create a great house! Short drive to Beautiful Craigville Beach, Golf and Vibrant Main Street with ton's of great restaurants. Will not last. All dimensions/info to be verified by Buyer/Buyer Agent.
Open House
Saturday
November 17 at 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM
Just Listed! First Open House...come see this Charming Gambrel on the Hyannis/Centerville Line
Cannot make the Open Houses?
Location: 37 Seagate Lane , Barnstable, MA 02601    Get Directions

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Categories: New Homes  


Posted by Tom Mahedy on 11/16/2018

After you accept a homebuyer's offer on your residence, he or she likely will complete a home inspection. Then, the homebuyer may choose to move forward with the home purchase, rescind or modify his or her offer or ask the home seller to complete home improvements.

Ultimately, a home seller is likely to have many questions following a home inspection, including:

1. What did the homebuyer discover during the home inspection?

As a home seller, it is important to do everything possible to enhance your residence before you add it to the real estate market. By doing so, you can boost your chances of generating substantial interest in your house. Plus, when a homebuyer performs a home inspection, he or she is unlikely to find any problems that may slow down the home selling process.

An informed home seller may conduct a home appraisal prior to listing his or her house on the real estate market. This appraisal enables a home seller to identify potential trouble areas within a residence and explore ways to address such problems.

If you failed to perform a home appraisal, there is no need to worry. For home sellers, it is important to see a home inspection as a learning opportunity. And if a homebuyer identifies problems with your residence during a home inspection, you should try to work with him or her to resolve these issues.

2. Should I stand my ground after a home inspection?

Be realistic after a home inspection, and you'll be able to make the best decision about how to proceed.

For example, a home seller who goes above and beyond the call of duty may address major home problems prior to listing his or her house on the real estate market. This home seller will dedicate the necessary time and resources to correct home problems and ensure a homebuyer is able to purchase a top-notch residence.

But what happens if a homebuyer identifies problems during a home inspection, despite the fact that a home seller already tried to correct various home issues?

A home seller should consider the homebuyer's inspection report findings closely. If minor home repairs are needed, he or she may be able to fix these problems to move forward with a home sale. Or, if a homebuyer is making exorbitant demands, a home seller may feel comfortable allowing the homebuyer to walk away from a home sale.

3. How should I proceed after a home inspection?

A home inspection can be stressful for both a home seller and a homebuyer. After the home inspection is completed, both parties will be better equipped than ever before to make informed decisions.

If a homebuyer encounters many problems with a residence, he or she will let the home seller know about these issues. Then, a home seller can complete assorted home repairs, offer a discounted price on a home or refuse to perform the requested home maintenance.

Working with a real estate agent is ideal for a home seller, particularly when it comes to home inspections. A real estate agent will negotiate with a homebuyer on your behalf and ensure you streamline the home selling process.