Posted by Pamela Crawford on 11/19/2017

This Single-Family in Fitchburg, MA recently sold for $62,500. This Colonial style home was sold by Pamela Crawford - RE/MAX Professional Associates.


21 Forest St, Fitchburg, MA 01420

Single-Family

$59,000
Price
$62,500
Sale Price

5
Rooms
3
Beds
1
Baths
This home has a lot of potential. First floor features spacious cabinet packed kitchen, 1st floor full bath, large living room, and mudroom. Second floor features 3 spacious bedrooms. Nice flat back yard. This is a real diamond in the rough.






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Posted by Pamela Crawford on 11/19/2017

You may have been looking at homes online for awhile. You might have set up a search to allow properties that meet a certain search criteria to reach your inbox. At some point, you’re going to be heading to open houses, seeing homes firsthand. Whether you tour the home during an open house, or set up a private showing with your realtor, you’ll want to make the most out of your home searches. Each showing is for a limited amount of time, making the time you spend at each home crucial to your search. 


Select The Right Homes To View


You’ll need t narrow down the list of homes from your online search that you’d actually like to see in person. Some ways to easily narrow down the properties are:


  • Look at property details and photos of the property at least a few times. 
  • Ask questions before you go so your realtor can get researching.
  • Ask your realtor if they have similar properties available in their database.


Don’t Look If You Can’t Afford It


It’s a good idea to know your budget before you go and see homes. You don’t want to fall in love with a home that you can’t afford. you want to be more realistic in your approach to what type of home you can afford. 

The listing price comes from a variety of factors including the view, the square footage of the home, the location and more. Similar homes will have similar price tags. If you stick with homes in your budget range, your search will be much easier. 


Understand How Home Showings Are Scheduled


Real estate agents can schedule private home showings for you. You are able to send your agent every listing that you want to see, and they’ll advise you on it and make arrangements. A good agent will think of all the factors that are involved in scheduling the showings including planning the appointment windows and calculating the driving distances. This way, you’ll know how many homes you can realistically see in a certain time frame. Your real estate agent will be able to make all of the calls needed for you and schedule the showings accordingly.    


When you hire a real estate agent, you’ll have a professional by your side to walk you through each home. With someone there to help you see both the pros and cons of a property, you’ll be able to make an informed decision for your home purchase. Your agent can guide you in everything from the state of the real estate market itself to the neighborhood that yoau’re looking to move into. When it comes to making the most of home showings, the biggest piece of advice that you can take is to not go it alone. This is why having a realtor is a great asset!  





Posted by Pamela Crawford on 11/12/2017

If you intend to list your residence, you'll need to think about how you'll price your residence. However, what you initially paid for your home is unlikely to match its value today. And if you set an initial asking price that is too high, you risk alienating potential homebuyers.

Lucky for you, we're here to help you determine the ideal initial asking price for your residence to increase the likelihood of a fast home sale.

Now, let's take a look at three quick, easy ways to establish a competitive price for your house.

1. Look at Housing Market Data

Housing market data is easy to find and can show you how your residence stacks up against recently sold homes in your area.

Evaluate the prices of recently sold local residences that are comparable to your own. With this housing market data in hand, you can better understand pricing trends for houses in your city or town.

In addition, don't forget to check out the prices of available houses in your region. This housing market data will help you understand the current state of the real estate market.

2. Conduct a Home Appraisal

A home appraisal is valuable because it allows you to receive a property valuation from a home expert. When the appraisal is complete, you may be able to prioritize various home improvement projects as well.

During a home appraisal, a property expert will examine your home's interior and exterior. This property expert also will assess the prices of recently sold and available homes in your area, including the prices of residences in your neighborhood. Following the appraisal, you'll receive a property valuation.

If a property valuation falls below your initial expectations, there is no need to worry. Remember, you can always perform assorted home maintenance and upgrades to boost your house's value.

3. Collaborate with a Real Estate Agent

Work with a real estate agent throughout the home selling process – you'll be glad you did. A real estate agent will go above and beyond the call of duty to ensure that you can get the best price for your residence, regardless of the housing market's conditions.

A real estate agent first will learn about you, your home and your home selling goals. Next, this housing market professional will list your residence, promote it to large groups of homebuyers and host home showings and open house events. If a homebuyer submits an offer on your residence, your real estate agent will help you analyze the proposal and determine whether to accept, reject or counter it.

Furthermore, a real estate agent is happy to respond to any home selling questions. This housing market professional knows exactly what it takes to sell a residence, and as such, is ready to respond to your home selling queries at all times.

Get the best price for your home – use the aforementioned tips, and you can price your house appropriately.





Posted by Pamela Crawford on 11/7/2017

Single Family attached 1/2 duplex in sought after location. This spacious 2-3 bedroom town house features large freshly painted and carpeted living room, spacious cabinet packed kitchen with stove, fridge and dishwasher, 1st floor 1/2 bath, oversized master bedroom which was once 2 bedrooms and could be converted back, 2nd large bedroom, updated full bath with ceramic floors and more. Finished basement features family or guest room with large walk in closet or office. Newer energy efficient gas heat, gas hot water, newer roof, and newer windows. Imagine sitting on your own private deck overlooking nature at its best. This is a real charming unit and won't last long.

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Posted by Pamela Crawford on 11/6/2017


54 Vincent Circle, Worcester, MA 01604

Single-Family

$179,900
Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Single Family attached 1/2 duplex in sought after location. This spacious 2-3 bedroom town house features large freshly painted and carpeted living room, spacious cabinet packed kitchen with stove, fridge and dishwasher, 1st floor 1/2 bath, oversized master bedroom which was once 2 bedrooms and could be converted back, 2nd large bedroom, updated full bath with ceramic floors and more. Finished basement features family or guest room with large walk in closet or office. Newer energy efficient gas heat, gas hot water, newer roof, and newer windows. Imagine sitting on your own private deck overlooking nature at its best. This is a real charming unit and won't last long.
Open House
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