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Posted by CENTURY 21 CUDDY on 1/19/2018


12 Walnut St., Framingham, MA 01721

Rental

$2,450
Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
OPEN HOUSE, Fri. 1/19, 5:30-7 PM. HEAT & Hot Water INCLUDED. Huge 2100+- Sq.ft. 3 Bedrm, 2 Full bath Multi level unit. Breathtaking & Elaborate floor plan, feel of a Boston or a New York Loft Style apartment. Updated Center Island kitchen w/Quartz counters, New Cabinets, Subway tile back splash, New Appliances, Stove, Dishwasher, Refrigerator, Washer & Dryer. Living room. Dining area. 25 ft. Family/Entertainment room. 13 ft. Den/Office with Stain Glass transom window. Breathtaking 19 ft. Master Suite with Private full bath, Walk in closet, Cathedral Ceiling, Skylights and a jaw dropping Spiral Stair case with Glass platform to 12 ft. loft. Hardwd. flrs. Oak Staircase & railings, Custom finish details. Parking for 3 cars (no large commercial vehicles) Walk to Town Sports field, track, tennis courts & beach. Minutes to Commuter Rail, Mass Pike, Downtown, Route 9 shopping & restaurants, No Pets, No Smokers, Applicants must have satisfactory-verifiable income, credit & references.
Open House
Friday
January 19 at 5:30 PM to 7:00 PM
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Categories: Open House  


Posted by CENTURY 21 CUDDY on 1/14/2018

If you've lived in your home for more than a couple years, chances are you've grown rather attached to it. Whether you're selling your house because your family has outgrown it or your company has transferred you to another location, you're probably attaching a lot of sentimental value to the price tag. Unfortunately, sentimental value does not translate into dollars and cents in today's real estate market.

The emotions of prospective buyers will often play a role in their decision to make on offer on your house, but they're probably not going to pay more than the market value for your property -- unless there's a bidding war situation going on. One of the best ways to determine a fair and reasonable asking price for your home is to have it appraised by an experienced real estate agent. Their appraisal will be based on objective data, such as the selling price of comparable homes in your area. The location and condition of your home will have a bearing on pricing your home effectively, as will the prevailing market conditions and other factors. Although online estimates can sometimes give you a ballpark figure of what your house may be worth, a local appraisal is more accurate

A common misconception among homeowners is that a $10,000 home improvement expenditure should justify a $10,000 increase in the selling price of a home. Although that concept may seem logical, it unfortunately doesn't work that way in the real estate market. An updated kitchen, bathroom, or roof may make your house more appealing to prospective buyers and help it sell faster, but it probably won't have a dollar-for-dollar impact on the price buyers would be willing to pay. Since each selling situation is unique, however, your local real estate agent is the best person to consult regarding a fair asking price for your home.

Avoiding Home Seller Mistakes

In addition to overpricing their home, another mistake home sellers make involves three related activities: decorating, staging, and attempting to create curb appeal. In spite of a homeowner's best intentions, their decorating and home staging ideas may clash with those of the house-buying public. When you attempt to tackle home staging on your own, several things could go wrong.

  • You could either spend too much or too little on making repairs and sprucing up your home's appearance.
  • You could spend your time and money upgrading inconsequential features of your home, while overlooking the real important changes that need to be made.
In either case, you're missing the mark when it comes to maximizing the marketability of your home. That's why it pays to take advantage of the knowledge, expertise, and objectivity of a professional real estate agent. Their recommendations on pricing and home staging will be based on experience, best practices, objective criteria, and current market conditions.





Posted by CENTURY 21 CUDDY on 1/12/2018

This Single-Family in Framingham, MA recently sold for $415,000. This Colonial style home was sold by - CENTURY 21 CUDDY.


10 Seminole Avenue, Framingham, MA 01702

Single-Family

$409,900
Price
$415,000
Sale Price

8
Rooms
4
Beds
2
Baths
Well Maintained and Renovated Colonial in the quaint Coburnville neighborhood..Hardwood Floors throughout..Two Full Baths each has been renovated and a New in 2012 Granite Counter Kitchen featuring Gas Cooking and Eat-In Breakfast Nook..Formal LIving Room and Dining Rooms each has Ceiling Molding..Four Queen size Bedrooms with ample closets..Full Basement with space for Workshop, Children's Recreation Room, and Storage plus bulkhead to rear yard..Large Treed yard perfect for Play Dates and room for Two Car Garage expansion..Walk to Neighborhood Park, less the 100 yards, and Train to Boston and Worcester

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Posted by CENTURY 21 CUDDY on 1/11/2018


12 Walnut St., Framingham, MA 01721

Rental

$2,450
Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
HEAT & Hot Water INCLUDED. Huge 2100+- Sq.ft. 3 Bedrm, 2 Full bath Multi level unit. Breathtaking & Elaborate floor plan has the feel of a Boston or a New York Loft Style apartment. Updated Center Island kitchen w/Quartz counters, New Cabinets, Subway tile back splash, New Appliances, Stove, Dishwasher, Refrigerator, Washer & Dryer. Living room. Dining area. 25 ft. Family/Entertainment room. 13 ft. Den/Office with Stain Glass transom window. Breathtaking 19 ft. Master Suite with Private full bath, Walk in closet, Cathedral Ceiling, Skylights and a jaw dropping Spiral Stair case with Glass platform to 12 ft. loft. Hardwood floors, Oak Staircase & railings, Custom finish details, Recessed lights. Off street parking for 3 cars (no large commercial vehicles) Walk to Town Sports field, track, tennis courts & beach. Minutes to Commuter Rail, Mass Pike, Downtown, Route 9 shopping & restaurants, No Pets, No Smokers, Applicants must have satisfactory-verifiable income, credit & references.
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses

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Categories: Price Change  


Posted by CENTURY 21 CUDDY on 1/7/2018

If you are on the fence about whether to accept or reject a homebuying proposal, it is important to remember that a third option is available: countering the offer.

By countering a home offer, you can set the stage for a negotiation with an interested buyer. If a buyer accepts your counter-proposal, you and the buyer can move forward with a purchase agreement. Or, if a buyer rejects your counter-offer, you can always continue to seek out proposals from other potential buyers.

Before you counter a home offer, it is important to know what to expect after you make this decision. That way, you can feel confident about your decision to counter a homebuyer's proposal, even in a high-pressure situation.

Now, let's take a look at three tips to help you analyze a home offer and determine whether to counter it.

1. Assess the Housing Market

The housing market ultimately may play a key role in how a home seller approaches an offer. Because if a seller examines the real estate sector closely, he or she may gain actionable insights that can be used to differentiate a "fair" proposal from a "lowball" offer.

Look at the prices of comparable houses in your city or town, as well as the prices of recently sold residences in your area that are similar to your own. Then, you can use this information to take a data-driven approach to analyze an offer. And if you decide to counter an offer, you can rest assured that your decision is backed by relevant real estate insights.

2. Review Your Home's Pros and Cons

Oftentimes, it is beneficial to consider your house's age and condition as you review an offer. This will enable you to account for any potential home repairs and the costs associated with them something a buyer also may do before he or she submits an offer on your home.

Don't forget to consider the strengths of your home as well. If you recently performed a series of home upgrades, you probably accounted for these house improvements when you set the initial asking price for your home. Thus, you should have no regrets about countering a home offer if it fails to match your expectations.

3. Consult with a Real Estate Agent

Hiring a real estate agent is crucial, particularly for a home seller who is uncertain about how to proceed with a home offer. A real estate agent can help you evaluate all aspects of a home offer and make it easy to submit a counter-proposal as needed.

Typically, a real estate agent will offer expert home selling recommendations. He or she also will respond to your home selling concerns and questions and ensure you can make an informed decision about any offer, at any time.

Ready to review an offer on your house? Use the aforementioned tips, and you should have no trouble deciding whether to counter a homebuying proposal.







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