Lisa Bradley - Re/Max Vision



Posted by Lisa Bradley on 11/13/2019

This Single-Family in Northborough, MA recently sold for $470,000. This Split Entry style home was sold by Lisa Bradley - Re/Max Vision.


8 Juniper Brook Rd, Northborough, MA 01532

Single-Family

$469,900
Price
$470,000
Sale Price

8
Rooms
3
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
A home that needs nothing, like new with a WOW Factor! Updates including new HVAC & vinyl siding and located in a highly desirable Northborough neighborhood. Drive up the driveway & walk up to the front entry and you'll appreciate the professionally landscaped yard. Once inside the love grows...Like it popped out of the pages of a magazine! A perfectly decorated appealing interior w/ features such as; updated kitchen, gleaming hardwood floors, central a/c & fresh paint! Walk out the dining room to a FABULOUS DECK and feel your heart skip a beat over the dream backyard with gorgeous private land views. Back inside, three spacious bedrooms w/ the Master having its own half bath. The finished lower level offers a warm family room w/ fireplace. A private back room makes an ideal office, playroom or 4th bedroom. Laundry room & storage space complete the lower level. Walking distance to Juniper Hill Golf Course. Close to Rt. 9, Rt. 20, commuter rail, Wegmans, shopping & all major highways!

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Posted by Lisa Bradley on 11/5/2019

If your initial offer to purchase a home is countered, there is no need to stress. In fact, there are lots of reasons why you should negotiate with a house seller, and these include:

1. You can speed up the homebuying journey.

The homebuying journey may prove to be long and complicated. If you find a house you want to buy, however, there is no need to wait to submit an offer to purchase this home. And if a seller wants to negotiate with you, it may be worthwhile to work with this individual so you can acquire your ideal house.

A homebuying negotiation enables you to try to reach a house purchase agreement with a seller. Plus, if you and a seller cannot come to terms, you can always reenter the housing market and continue to search for another home that matches your expectations.

2. You can find common ground with a home seller.

When it comes to buying a home, it is important to avoid submitting a "lowball" offer to purchase. If a buyer submits a lowball property buying proposal, he or she risks alienating a seller. Worst of all, a seller may be more likely than ever before to reject the buyer's proposal and move forward with other offers to purchase.

Thanks to a homebuying negotiation, you can come to terms on a home purchase agreement that works well for both you and a seller. As a result, both you and a seller will be satisfied with the final terms of a home purchase agreement.

3. You can pay the lowest price for your dream home.

If you feel a seller's initial asking price is too high, negotiating with this individual offers an excellent opportunity to get the best price for your ideal house. And if you open up negotiations with a seller, you could acquire a terrific house at a budget-friendly price.

Of course, it is crucial to consider the seller's perspective during a homebuying negotiation. If you maintain constant communication with a seller, both you and this individual can work together to finalize a home purchase contract.

Negotiating with a home seller may be stressful, regardless of whether you are buying a house for the first time or have purchased residences in the past. Fortunately, if you hire a real estate agent, you can receive expert support as you negotiate a home purchase.

A real estate agent is happy to negotiate with a house seller on your behalf. He or she will keep you up to date throughout a home purchase negotiation. Best of all, a real estate agent will do everything possible to help you purchase your dream house at the lowest price.

For those who want to achieve the optimal results during the homebuying journey, it generally is a good idea to negotiate with a seller. If you are willing to negotiate with a seller, you could acquire your dream home faster than ever before.




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Posted by Lisa Bradley on 10/29/2019


390 Walnut Street, Shrewsbury, MA 01545

Single-Family

$449,900
Price

11
Rooms
5
Beds
2
Baths
Open House this Sunday, Nov.3rd from 12:00-1:30 p.m.. This $449,900 list price reflects owners' motivation to sell. QUICK CLOSE AVAILABLE. With more than 3000+ square foot, 5 bedrooms, 2 full baths, 2 fireplaces, wood burning stove, grand oversized, two-tiered deck, two car garage, shed, fenced yard, and a terrific commuter location all set on a .79 acre wooded, private lot this presents the GREATEST VALUE in the price range. This home has undergone two major renovations with great attention to detail. In 1988, a second floor dormer with three bedrooms, a walk in closet and a full bath was added. In 1990, a spectacular family/ living room addition was added on to the rear of the home. Important features include: gorgeous hardwood flooring, tile, pocket doors, custom cherry cabinets and built in kitchen appliances. Some of the other great features include a commute time of only 4 minutes to the Westborough T station and it is conveniently located near Rtes. 9,and 290 and retail.
Open House
Sunday
November 03 at 12:00 PM to 1:30 PM
Come check this out today. Great value, yard and location for Shrewsbury.
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Location: 390 Walnut Street, Shrewsbury, MA 01545    Get Directions

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Posted by Lisa Bradley on 10/29/2019

Completing a successful homebuying journey may be difficult, especially for those who do not plan ahead. In fact, high-pressure situations may arise that lead you to make rash homebuying decisions. And if you make the wrong choices, you risk paying an exorbitant price to acquire your dream residence.

There is no reason to let high-pressure situations cause you to make poor decisions throughout the homebuying journey. Now, let's take a look at three tips to help you map out your homebuying journey so you know exactly how to handle any high-pressure situations that come your way.

1. Maintain Flexibility

A high-pressure homebuying situation may make you feel like you are backed into a corner. However, it is important to remember that options are always available. And if you take a deep breath and step back and review a high-pressure homebuying situation closely, you can determine the best course of action.

Those who maintain flexibility as they try to acquire their dream home may be better equipped than others to handle high-pressure homebuying situations. Because if you maintain flexibility throughout the homebuying journey, you can take an objective view of the options at your disposal and proceed accordingly.

2. Establish a Budget

A budget generally is helpful, particularly for those who want to acquire a terrific home as quickly as possible. If you have a budget in hand, you'll know exactly how much you can spend on a home. Then, if you face pressure to increase your offer to purchase your dream residence, you'll know whether you have the financing available to do so.

Keep in mind that the costs associated with purchasing a home extend beyond the price of a house itself, too. As you establish a budget, you'll need to account for closing, appraisal and inspection expenses and various other fees in addition to the cost of a house itself.

3. Work with a Real Estate Agent

A real estate agent can take the guesswork out of buying a house. He or she also will go above and beyond the call of duty to alleviate stress and ensure you can proceed with confidence as you pursue your ideal residence.

Let's not forget about the guidance that a real estate agent provides when you're ready to submit an offer to purchase your dream home, either. At this point, a real estate agent will help you craft a competitive offer to purchase your ideal house. He or she next will submit this offer to a seller on your behalf and negotiate with the seller as needed. If you and a seller come to terms on a home purchase agreement, a real estate agent will help you close on your dream home as well.

For those who want to simplify the homebuying journey, it helps to prepare. Thanks to the aforementioned tips, you can get ready for high-pressure homebuying situations and speed up the process of acquiring your dream residence.




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Posted by Lisa Bradley on 10/22/2019

If you plan to sell your house in the foreseeable future, it usually pays to clean out the garage. In fact, a home seller who declutters the garage today can show homebuyers the true size and beauty of this space, thereby increasing a house's overall appeal.

Ultimately, it won't take long for a home seller to declutter the garage here are three tips to help you remove clutter from your garage before you list your residence.

1. Identify Excess Items

Old automotive parts, tools and other excess items can take up lots of space in your garage. However, a homeowner who dedicates the necessary time and resources to identify garage clutter can plan accordingly.

Separate must-keep garage items from excess items. Then, you can determine exactly how much space that you'll need to store the items that you want to keep.

For many homeowners, storage cabinets and shelving units make it easy to keep track of items in a garage. Or, if you need extra space to store garage items, you may want to consider renting a storage unit until you finalize your home sale.

2. Sell, Donate or Dispose of Excess Items

When it comes to excess garage items, there is no need to delay the inevitable. If you sell, donate or dispose of garage clutter, you can quickly eliminate excess items from your garage.

Selling your excess garage items online or hosting a yard sale may prove to be worthwhile. In both instances, you can generate interest in assorted garage items and earn extra cash at the same time.

In addition, you may be able to donate excess garage items to local charities. If you reach out to local charities and learn about their donation policies, you can find out which charities will accept your excess garage items and schedule donation pick-ups.

On the other hand, if you find garage items that are broken or damaged, dispose of these items. That way, you can free up space in your garage immediately.

3. Conduct In-Depth Garage Cleaning

After you remove garage clutter, it is important to spend some time cleaning your garage from top to bottom. This will enable you to transform an ordinary garage into a spectacular one.

If you need extra help with garage cleaning, don't hesitate to contact a professional home cleaning company. This business likely employs friendly, diligent cleaning experts who can help you accelerate the garage cleaning process.

Lastly, if you're searching for the best ways to improve your home before you list it, you may want to hire a real estate agent.

A real estate agent can offer honest, unbiased garage cleaning recommendations and suggestions. Plus, this housing market professional will set up home showings, keep you up to date about offers on your residence and ensure you can enjoy a fast, seamless home selling experience.

Want to sell your residence soon? Use the aforementioned tips, and you can bolster your garage's appearance in no time at all.




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