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Posted by New Age Real Estate on 5/25/2018

As a home seller, you recognize that your house is one of many that is available to prospective homebuyers. However, unlike most home sellers, you're willing to go the extra mile to ensure that your residence represents an attractive choice to homebuyers. Although you may commit significant time and resources to get your house ready for a home showing, there are several factors to consider as you prep your residence. Some of the most common factors to consider include: 1. Appearance Of course, your home's interior and exterior should look pristine so they can help your home make a great first impression on homebuyers. Furthermore, you should clean and declutter your house as much as possible before a home showing. This will allow you to highlight how your house represents a spacious, immaculate oasis that a homeowner can enjoy for years to come. Don't forget to hide personal items like photographs before you show your home, too. Ideally, you'll want homebuyers to envision what it's like to live in your house as they walk through it. And by removing personal items, you'll make it easier for homebuyers to imagine a wonderful future in which they buy your home. 2. Smells Strong smells may linger, and ultimately, impact a homebuyer's impression of your residence. Thus, you'll want to pay close attention to any smells that may turn homebuyers off. Focus on using air fresheners and candles that deliver warm, inviting aromas throughout your house. Whether it's lighting a candle that fills your home with a rich natural scent or spraying an air freshener that brings an unparalleled citrus aroma to your residence, you can use odor eliminators to disguise unpleasant smells quickly and effortlessly. You also should consider smells that may develop on the day of a home showing. For instance, cooking bacon on your kitchen stove may be part of your morning routine but can leave a lingering smell. Conversely, home sellers who try to maintain pleasant aromas throughout their houses day after day should be able to minimize repugnant smells immediately. 3. Lighting Illuminate your residence's interior and exterior as best you can, and you'll likely find that homebuyers may be more attracted to your house over others that are available. From dazzling pendant lights in the kitchen to recessed lighting in the hallways, you can make a bold statement with the right types of lighting throughout your home. Also, you should open the windows prior to a home showing to let sunlight fill your residence. By doing so, you can use natural light to illuminate your house and allow fresh air to filter through your home simultaneously. For home sellers, it is essential to devote time and resources to prep your house for an upcoming showing. And if you need extra support along the way, working with an experienced real estate agent ensures that you can receive expert assistance as you add your home to the real estate market. Consider the aforementioned factors as you get your house ready for a home showing, and you should have no trouble generating interest in your house.





Posted by New Age Real Estate on 5/24/2018


53 Seagirt Ave, Saugus, MA 01906

Single-Family

$389,000
Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
Open house Friday May 18th from 5PM - 7PM and another on Saturday May 19th from 3PM - 5PM. Quaint house in great neighborhood in East Saugus. This 3 bedroom 2 full bath home with laundry on the main floor has been well taken care of for 30 + years. Extra room on 2nd floor that can be used as another bedroom or office. Large master bath. Home features 3 season porch with Pellet Stove. Pellet stove can be moved. Peninsula island in kitchen is moveable. New furnace and tankless water heater installed in 2016. One car garage with second floor for storage and a large driveway that fits 5 cars. Fenced in yard. Roof has been re-shingled in April 2012. Saugus features low taxes and water bills, no trash fees and new middle/high school to be completed in 2022. Saugus is less than 6 miles from Logan Airport, and close to Boston. Saugus also features shopping and is home to Breakheart Reservation where you can take your family to hike.Offers will be reviewed as they are received.
Open House
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Posted by New Age Real Estate on 5/21/2018


55 Perkins Ct., Haverhill, MA 01832

Condo

$299,000
Price

6
Rooms
2
Beds
2
Baths
First floor master bedroom highlight's this end unit townhouse at highly desirable West Meadow Hill. Located in the most serene and quiet area of West Meadow. Low condo fee of $234. Newly remodeled in 2018 with hardwood floors in all room except the two baths that have brushed marble flooring. New granite counters in kitchen and in both baths. Stainless steel appliances. Freshly painted in 2018. All new lighting fixtures, new door and cabinet hardware, new blinds on all windows. In unit washer and dryer. First floor master bedroom has double closets. Second floor master bedroom has a 12 foot walk in closet. All appliances are staying. Very large basement for storage or for finishing. Wonderful neighbors. Watch the many species of birds, rabbits, chipmunks and other small wildlife from you private porch. This is a wonderful place to live.
Open House
Sunday
May 20 at 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
Cannot make the Open Houses?
Location: 55 Perkins Ct., Haverhill, MA 01832    Get Directions

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Posted by New Age Real Estate on 5/18/2018

Sometimes the simplest habits can yield the greatest results. Making to-do lists is the perfect example of a productive habit -- especially if you're getting ready to sell your home.

When putting your house on the market, here are a few tips to keep in mind for staying on track and avoiding delays.

Organization: As a home seller, there are a lot of things you can do to prepare your house for real estate showings.

Making lists can be an extremely effective way to reinforce goals, clarify objectives, and remind yourself what needs to be done. Knowing your priorities for the day (and week) can strengthen your confidence and help you avoid that feeling of being overwhelmed. On the other hand, when you lack clarity and keep forgetting important tasks, frustration and pessimism can creep in, causing you to lose your edge.

Like any method of staying organized and focused, making lists is not without its potential pitfalls. Priority lists are of little use if they get misplaced, buried under other documents, or forgotten about for days or weeks. Ideally, your list of important tasks should be readily accessible, highly visible, and regularly updated. While some people like to use old-fashioned written lists in a spiral-bound notebook or legal-size pad of paper, others may prefer their mobile devices, computer, or a reminder app.

The benefit of creating a list and checking off items as you progress is that it helps keep you focused, goal oriented, and organized. The sooner you create a priority list of tasks, the greater your efficiency will be in getting them done.

Motivation: Although your real estate agent will handle most of the details related to selling your home, there are still dozens of tasks you'll need to be involved in. Keeping your home and property well maintained, presentable, and in a state of good repair are among them. If you're like most home sellers, however, your plate is already full with family responsibilities, career demands, and other obligations. Fortunately, there are strategies for balancing your priorities.

The three keys to getting important stuff done in a timely way are: effective time management, prioritization, and staying motivated. Selling a house is a team effort involving you, your family, your real estate agent, and other professionals. Doing your utmost to keep your real estate objectives on the "front burner" will help keep the sales process moving forward and make a good impression on potential buyers.

Goals, in general, should be specific, attainable, measurable, and deadline-oriented. As motivational writer Napoleon Hill said, "A goal is a dream with a deadline." When you fail to assign a target date or deadline to a house-selling task, it's all-too-easy to let that goal slide and cause you to lose your advantage.





Posted by New Age Real Estate on 5/15/2018


55 Perkins Ct., Haverhill, MA 01832

Condo

$319,000
Price

6
Rooms
2
Beds
2
Baths
First floor master bedroom highlight's this end unit townhouse at highly desirable West Meadow Hill. Located in the most serene and quiet area of West Meadow. Low condo fee of $234. Newly remodeled in 2018 with hardwood floors in all room except the two baths that have brushed marble flooring. New granite counters in kitchen and in both baths. Stainless steel appliances. Freshly painted in 2018. All new lighting fixtures, new door and cabinet hardware, new blinds on all windows. In unit washer and dryer. First floor master bedroom has double closets. Second floor master bedroom has a 12 foot walk in closet. All appliances are staying. Very large basement for storage or for finishing. Wonderful neighbors. Watch the many species of birds, rabbits, chipmunks and other small wildlife from you private porch. This is a wonderful place to live.
Open House
Sunday
May 20 at 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
Cannot make the Open Houses?
Location: 55 Perkins Ct., Haverhill, MA 01832    Get Directions

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