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Posted by Tom Ruble on 10/22/2018


14 Forslund Rd, Princeton, MA 01541

Single-Family

$324,900
Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
WOW!! Huge Market Adjustment. Seller is Motivated. Antique, Cape style Home in Desirable Princeton, MA. has been totally renovated. Poured basement floor, new sills, new roof 2017. Newer boiler - 4 zone. Upgraded electrical & plumbing systems. Princeton has much to offer with Highly Rated School System, reliable Municipal Light Dept. & close proximity to Worcester & Boston. This home features updated kitchen & baths. Granite Counters, lots of cabinets & a Breakfast Bar in Kitchen. 1st. floor features lots of wide pine & ceramic tile flooring. 3 large bedrooms, 2 Baths on 2nd. floor. Many newer windows. Large 2 car Garage. 2 Fireplaces to relax by. 2 acres with a large level backyard for playing & entertaining. Get your exercise in the Inground Lap Pool. Enjoy morning coffee or evening libations in your 3 Season Porch located directly off the Fireplaced Family Room or watch the Sunset from your Rear Deck. Lots of Ambiance in this Beautiful Home. Here's your chance to live in Princeton.
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Posted by Tom Ruble on 10/21/2018


56 Pearl St, Gardner, MA 01440

Single-Family

$35,000
Price

15
Rooms
5
Beds
3
Baths
Contractors - Looking for a Project ? This Grand Old Lady is looking to be restored to her original grandeur. This is a project for experienced builders, contractors and/or craftspeople. Many unique features remain throughout property, but much restoration or repairs are needed. Former M/F has lost use status and is being sold as a Single Family with In-law potential. Approvals required by Gardner ZBA. Lots of potential for the right Buyer. CASH SALE OR REHAB LOAN ONLY. Being Sold "as is". Not Bank Owned or Short Sale. Buyer or Buyer Agent to do due diligence. Bring your Talents and Tools - you'll need them :)
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Posted by Tom Ruble on 10/19/2018

If you discover a house that you want to buy, it generally is a good idea to submit a competitive offer. That way, you can move one step closer to acquiring your ideal residence.

However, the hours after you submit a home offer can be stressful, particularly for a buyer who fails to plan accordingly. Lucky for you, we're here to help you stay calm, cool and collected as you wait to receive a seller's response to your offer.

Let's take a look at three tips to help you get ready to handle a seller's response to your homebuying proposal.

1. Plan for the Worst-Case Scenario

Even the worst-case scenario is not the end of the world for a buyer who is awaiting a seller's response to a home offer. In fact, if a seller rejects your proposal, you can always reenter the housing market and continue your pursuit of your dream home.

As you await a seller's response to your home offer, you should not stop searching for available houses. Because if you continue your home search, you'll have no trouble moving forward in the homebuying journey if a seller rejects your home offer.

2. Consider All of Your Options

If you submit a home offer and a seller says "Yes," what should you do next? Consider how you'll proceed if a seller accepts your proposal, and you'll be better equipped than ever before to enjoy a seamless homebuying experience.

On the other hand, it helps to prepare for a potential counter-offer from a home seller as well. If you are open to negotiating with a seller, you may be able to find common ground with him or her and finalize a home purchase.

3. Consult with a Real Estate Agent

A real estate agent knows all about the stress that is commonly associated with submitting a homebuying proposal. He or she can help you minimize this stress and ensure you can achieve the best-possible results throughout the homebuying journey.

Typically, a real estate agent will work with you to submit a homebuying proposal. This housing market professional then will keep you up to date as you await a seller's response to your offer. And if you have any concerns or questions during this time, a real estate agent is happy to respond to them.

A real estate agent will make it simple to streamline the homebuying journey too. For instance, if a home seller accepts your offer, a real estate agent will be ready to help you move forward with a property inspection and appraisal. Conversely, if a home seller rejects your proposal, a real estate agent will be prepared to work with you to help you discover another house that matches or exceeds your expectations.

The waiting period after you submit an offer on a house may prove to be a challenging time. Fortunately, if you plan ahead for this period, you can maintain your confidence and continue to move forward in the homebuying journey.




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Posted by Tom Ruble on 10/12/2018

An open house can have a significant impact on the property selling journey. As such, it is important for a property seller to allocate time and resources to prepare for an open house. If a seller plans for an open house, he or she may be able to boost the likelihood of a fast, profitable property selling experience.

Now, let's take a look at three things that every seller needs to know about open houses.

1. There is no shortage of open houses held on weekends in cities and towns nationwide.

Many open house events are held throughout the year in cities and towns across the country. These events commonly take place on weekends and enable sellers to showcase their residences to dozens of prospective buyers at the same time.

Ultimately, it is important to find ways to differentiate a home from the competition. If a seller can promote his or her residence to the right groups of potential buyers, this individual may be able to convince buyers to attend one open house over another.

2. An open house gives a seller a great opportunity to make a positive first impression on buyers.

As a seller, it is paramount to embrace the opportunity to connect with buyers. An open house allows a seller to do just that, as it ensures this individual can provide buyers with a stress-free opportunity to view his or her residence.

When it comes to getting ready for an open house, it generally is a good idea to clean both inside and out. Also, a seller should perform home repairs and remove home clutter. Because with a neat, tidy residence, a seller can make it easy for buyers to envision what life may be like if they decide to purchase a particular residence.

3. Every open house provides a seller with a valuable learning experience.

Regardless of how much a seller prepares for an open house, there is no telling how this event will turn out. However, a seller who sets realistic expectations for an open house can plan accordingly.

In the worst-case scenario, no buyers will attend an open house. If this happens, there is no need to worry. In fact, a seller can learn from the experience and use it to find new ways to promote his or her residence to prospective buyers going forward.

For those who need help selling a home, it may be beneficial to hire a real estate agent. In addition to helping you get your residence ready for an open house, a real estate agent will offer tips and guidance so you can achieve the optimal property selling results. Perhaps best of all, if you ever have concerns or questions during the home selling journey, a real estate agent is ready to address them at any time.

Streamline the home selling process hire a real estate agent today, and you can receive comprehensive assistance as you navigate each stage of the property selling journey.





Posted by Tom Ruble on 10/9/2018


Lot D-1 Adams Dr, Athol, MA 01331

Land

$49,900
Price

8.60
Acres
Residential
Land Type
Beautiful 8.6 acre lot offers plenty of privacy while being located close to everything Athol has to offer. This could be the lot you've been seeking to build your Dream Home. Located in the North Central MA Town of Athol, there are many opportunities to enjoy life, both Recreational and Cultural. The immediate area offers numerous Outdoor Activities (Hunting, Fishing, Skiing, Swimming, Hiking, Sky Diving) to name a few, as well as Cultural (Museums, Heritage Parks, Galleries) and Culinary (Restaurants, Craft Breweries, Farms and Farmers Markets). Come check us out.
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