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Posted by CENTURY 21 CUDDY on 8/2/2020

The good news about selling your home is that everything does not have to be absolutely perfect to attract buyers!

Although some prospective buyers may be sticklers for things like cleanliness, the condition of appliances, and the amount of available storage space, perfection is rarely a requirement.

Since most house hunters are primarily focused on finding a house that offers them value, practicality, and affordability, a few minor flaws here and there are usually not going to be deal breakers.

One of your primary objectives as a house seller is to present your home in its best possible light -- both literally and figuratively. All things being equal, the home that looks the most inviting, well cared for, and tastefully decorated will have a decided edge in the real estate market. Fortunately, there are a lot of inexpensive, relatively easy things you can do to make your home more appealing to prospective buyers.

Keeping your kitchen and bathrooms immaculately clean almost always gives you an advantage when your house is on the market. The only way cleanliness can potentially work against you is when your home reeks of harsh cleaning chemicals and artificial room deodorizers. One solution is to use cleansers with a mild citrus fragrance that will create a clean, fresh-smelling environment that won't be offensive to people's sense of smell.

Since kitchens are a focal point for many house hunters, it pays to devote some extra attention to preparing that part of your home for showings. In addition to making sure all counter tops, appliances, and floors are spotless, crystal clear windows and natural light can go a long way toward enhancing the look and feel of your kitchen.

Other key elements of an appealing kitchen could include a simple, but colorful flower arrangement and the placement of a multi-colored bowl of fresh fruit on a table, island, or counter top. While fragrances such as freshly baked bread, muffins, or coffee can also add to the ambiance of your home, it may sometimes come across to buyers as a little too contrived. There's a thin line between effective home staging and trying too hard to make a favorable impression. Ideally, your efforts at home staging should be subtle, rather than obvious. (When in doubt, ask your real estate agent!)

Creating a checklist of tasks and preparations that need to be done before house showings is an essential aspect of selling your house. Although there are dozens of details your real estate agent will handle, only you can make sure your home is clean, well organized, and ready to be shown.

Enlisting the help of all family members to keep your home tidy and uncluttered will assist you in countless ways, including stress reduction, increased efficiency, and enabling you to sell your home within the shortest possible period of time. When everyone understands that it's a team effort, the process is sure to move ahead smoothly and successfully!





Posted by CENTURY 21 CUDDY on 7/30/2020


59 Claflin St, Framingham, MA 01702

Commercial

$998,000
Price

1
Buildings
Commercial
Type of Comm.
20,774.00
Lot Size
1st Time Being Offered for Sale. Location, Location, Location. Direct access to one of the Busiest Commuter Train platforms in all of Metrowest. Custom built with Retail, Commercial and Industrial use. large open Industrial space with 14' drive in doors. 24' ceilings, 1st floor retail space, 2nd floor office space plus 2nd floor unfinished storage space offer great potential for expansion. Built-out and operated as an industrial/showroom/office property and a smaller detached masonry out-building garage. Serious inquiries only, before requesting an appointment buyer or their agent must determine that existing use, zoning is permissible for their needs, sale will not be subject to Zoning approval or change of use approvals. Property being sold as is, buyer reserves right to inspect prior to signing P&S.
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Posted by CENTURY 21 CUDDY on 7/28/2020


755 Winter St, Framingham, MA 01702

Single-Family

$399,900
Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
The Best in the Suburbs. Known on recorded plans as "Sunnyfield Park" Large corner lot, driveway/entrance access on Ransom Rd. 1st time available, Custom built, one family owned 1-1/2 story Full Basement Ranch. Updated roof and Very Expensive, Energy Efficient Lochinvar Gas heat/hot water system. Spacious, flowing, circular floor plan, Great for Entertaining. Large 18' Living with Fireplace. 14' Formal Dining, Huge 17'x 12' Master bedroom. All large bedrooms with oversized closets. Massive 39' Family/Rec room with 2nd Fireplace. 2 full tiled baths, many rooms with hardwood floors (under carpet). Cozy off kitchen sun/breezeway room. Wonderful kitchen with lots of cabinets, counter space and includes all appliances. Quality construction with plaster walls, ceilings and wood finish details. Fantastic basement has an extra 560+-finished square feet and plenty of room to add on. 1-1/2 story design offer 2nd floor potential. Reservoir & Park down the street. Train nearby, fast access to All!
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Posted by CENTURY 21 CUDDY on 7/26/2020

Let's face it buying a home in a hot housing market is no easy task. For example, if you wait too long to submit an offer on a house, you risk losing this residence to a rival buyer. On the other hand, if you rush to submit a home offer at or above a seller's initial asking price, you risk spending too much to acquire your dream residence.

Clearly, there's a lot to think about as you search for a home in a hot housing market. Lucky for you, we're here to help you overcome myriad homebuying hurdles and acquire your dream residence, even in a hot housing market.

Let's take a look at three tips to help you succeed as a homebuyer in a hot housing market.

1. Narrow Your Home Search

You know that you want to live in a specific city or town, but you still are uncertain about what type of house that you want to purchase. However, if you create a list of home must-haves and wants, you can narrow your house search and speed up the homebuying process.

Once you have a homebuying checklist in hand, you should have no trouble evaluating residences in a hot housing market. Then, you can check out these houses in person and move one step closer to submitting an offer to purchase your dream house.

2. Get Pre-Approved for a Mortgage

To acquire a home in a hot housing market, you'll likely need a mortgage. Thankfully, lenders are available that can teach you everything you need to know about a wide range of mortgage options.

Lenders can explain the differences between adjustable- and fixed-rate mortgages, describe exactly how a mortgage works and much more. That way, you can assess many mortgage options and select one that matches your finances.

After you obtain a mortgage, you can enter a hot housing market with a homebuying budget. This will enable you to further accelerate your home search and ensure you can quickly submit an offer as soon as you discover your ideal residence.

3. Collaborate with a Real Estate Agent

Navigating a hot housing market sometimes can be tricky, particularly for a homebuyer who is competing against dozens of rivals. But if you hire a real estate agent, you can receive comprehensive support as you pursue a home in a hot housing market.

A real estate agent is ready to assist you in any way possible. This housing market professional will offer insights into the real estate conditions in a particular city or town and help you map out your homebuying journey accordingly.

In addition, a real estate agent understands exactly what it takes to buy a residence in a hot housing market. He or she will help you put together a competitive offer on any home, at any time. And if your offer is rejected, a real estate agent will help you regroup and reenter a hot housing market so you can find your dream home.

Ready to buy a home in a hot housing market? Use the aforementioned tips, and you can accomplish your homebuying goals faster than ever before.




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Posted by CENTURY 21 CUDDY on 7/21/2020


40 Nouvelle Way, Natick, MA 01760

Condo

$699,000
Price

5
Rooms
2
Beds
2
Baths
Location, Location, Location. The Terraces, Coveted 6th floor overlooks 1.2 Acres Roof Top park with award winning landscaping, 2 putting greens, walking paths, tranquil seating and patio areas and a Magnificent Skyline View. This full Service Luxury Condominium Community offers unmatched quality and design with 24-hour Concierge Service and secure garage parking. Large 2 Bedroom with beautiful detail finish work, 2 Full exquisitely tiled Baths, High End Cherry cabinets, Stainless Steel appliances, formal dining & living rooms, Solid Brazilian Cherry Flooring, Walk in closet with full California Closet system, walk in laundry room with California closet system. Condo fee Include Heat, Hot water, on site fitness center with sauna. The fee also includes use of Club Nouvelle, private dining in High Style, Fireplace lounge, wine bar, Piano, Large Gourmet Kitchen, large party entertainment, Library, both Pool & Card tables, multimedia & conference rooms, storage, maintenance and much more.
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