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Posted by New Age Real Estate on 8/2/2018

This Single-Family in Saugus, MA recently sold for $385,000. This Colonial style home was sold by - New Age Real Estate.


53 Seagirt Ave, Saugus, MA 01906

Single-Family

$389,000
Price
$385,000
Sale Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
OPEN HOUSE CANCELLED SATURDAY. 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.

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Posted by New Age Real Estate on 7/27/2018

If you want to promote your house to potential buyers, there is no shortage of options at your disposal. In fact, some of the proven ways to showcase a residence to potential buyers include:

1. Home Listing

A home listing can make a world of difference for any home seller, at any time. However, it is important to note that not all home listings are created equal. But if a seller allocates the necessary time and resources to create an effective home listing, he or she should have no trouble stirring up interest in a residence.

Oftentimes, an effective home listing includes accurate information about a home's age and condition. The listing also should be both informative and engaging.

The ideal home listing should be shared with a seller's family members and friends too. That way, a seller's loved ones can offer details to lots of potential buyers about a residence, thereby increasing the likelihood of a fast home sale.

2. Social Media

Facebook, Twitter and other social networks are exceedingly valuable to home sellers. These networks enable sellers to share details about their residences, as well as respond to potential buyers' concerns and questions.

If you decide to share details about your home via social media, it often helps to include high-resolution photographs of your residence. With these photographs, a seller can showcase various areas of a home and help a buyer determine whether to set up a date and time to check out a residence in-person.

Furthermore, don't forget to post to social media regularly. Because the more frequently that a seller shares details about his or her home across social networks, the more likely it becomes that a potential buyer will learn about the residence and schedule a home showing.

3. Real Estate Agent

If you are unsure about how to promote your residence to potential buyers, there is no need to worry. Dozens of real estate agents are available in cities and towns nationwide, and these housing market professionals can guide you along the home selling process.

A real estate agent will learn about your home selling goals, as well as your residence. Then, this housing market professional will offer home selling suggestions and help you map out a successful home selling strategy.

Typically, a real estate agent will set up home showings and open house events, keep you up to date about offers on your residence and negotiate with a buyer's agent on your behalf. He or she also is unafraid to speak from the heart, and as such, will provide honest, unbiased home selling recommendations.

Perhaps best of all, a real estate agent can respond to your home selling queries. This housing market professional will even educate you about the real estate market and ensure that you can make informed home selling decisions.

Ready to promote your residence to large groups of potential buyers? Use the aforementioned options, and you can improve your chances of stirring up substantial interest in your house.




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Posted by New Age Real Estate on 7/20/2018

If thereís one battle that all homeowners fight, itís the one to get organized in their spaces. Thereís a few actions that you can put into play to help you finally get organized once and for all. Follow the tips below to develop your own plan to get organized. 


Find Your Focus


If you know the areas of your home that drive you crazy, youíll know where to start to get organized. Does your entryway get cluttered easily? Is it difficult for you to find things in your kitchen? start in these rooms to be on your way to organizational greatness.  


Have A Plan


The first thing that you should do when youíre trying to get your home organized is make a list. This will make your organizing duties much easier if you can see your plan on paper. Decide where you want to start in your home with organization. If you approach your home room by room, the task will be that much less overwhelming for you. Have your priorities set. Which room do you really want to be the first to have some order in it? If you start there, then it will be easier to get moving on the other rooms that need some semblance.   



Declutter And Purge


A big part of organizing is decluttering. To reduce the amount of clutter that you have in your home, youíll need to get rid of some things. As you go through each room, include a donate pile and a throwaway pile. Old things that you arenít using can either be repurposed or gently trashed. Try to keep the rule that if you havenít used the item within a year, itís time for it to go! Plenty of things that you arenít using can be put to good use by families in need.    


Set Goals


Itís important to set goals throughout your organizational process. You donít want your project to be going on for years with no end in sight. Plan a party, for example, and be sure to get the majority, if not all of your organizational tasks done in a timely manner. You can show off your newly straightened out home to friends. Your home will feel like a new place when you can find everything with ease.


Get Your Storage Under Control


Undoubtedly, youíll have some things that will need to be stored. To make things easier for yourself, label all of your boxes and keep them in convenient places close to where youíll need them. Anything that is stored in the attic or the basement should be labeled and put away by by category. All of your Christmas decorations should be in one place and labeled, and so on. As a bonus try to get all of the same colored boxes for each purpose if you can.





Posted by New Age Real Estate on 7/15/2018


455 Washington St, Haverhill, MA 01832

Multi-Family

$459,900
Price

5
Units
4,549
Approx. GLA
A great fully rented 5 unit building in Haverhill. Low maitenance. Rubber roof is 10 years old. 4 boilers and 1 is forced hot air. DRIVE BY ONLY. DO NOT GO INTO HOUSE WITHOUT ACCOMPANIED LISTING AGENT.
Open House
Thursday
July 19 at 11:00 AM to 11:30 AM
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Location: 455 Washington St, Haverhill, MA 01832    Get Directions

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Posted by New Age Real Estate on 7/13/2018

This Single-Family in Hampstead, NH recently sold for $365,000. This Split Entry style home was sold by - New Age Real Estate.


71 Woodridge Road, Hampstead, NH 03826-0594

East Hampstead

Single-Family

$359,900
Price
$365,000
Sale Price

3
Bedrooms
8
Rooms
2
Baths
Welcome to this wonderful home in East Hampstead, NH! This 8 room, 3 bedroom, 2 bath split level has been owner occupied and impeccably maintained since 1984. This home features 2 fireplaces, a finished lower level, updated windows, newer roof, 2 car garage, central air and a great room addition that must be seen to be appreciated! The master bedroom has a 3/4 bath while the full bath has a whirlpool tub. The 1.27 acre lot is landscaped and has a storage shed and a nice stone patio that would be perfect for a nice fire pit or to barbecue. Septic system was installed in 1989. The septic plan is available at Hampstead Town Hall Assessors Office. Come see this lovely home on Sunday 5/20/2018.






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