Brenda Titus REALTOR® Broker/Owner - CENTURY 21 Classic Gold



Posted by Brenda Titus REALTOR® Broker/Owner on 8/17/2017


241 Carver Rd., Plymouth, MA 02360

West Plymouth

Condo

$325,000
Price

5
Rooms
2
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
It's all about the AMAZING VIEWS! Not to mention your private sandy beach to enjoy swimming, fishing and kayaking from your doorstep. This Townhome is quality built and nestled on beautiful lush grounds in convenient WEST PLYMOUTH, just minutes to shopping, highways and the Plymouth waterfront. Unit features views from all rooms, a 15x20 deck, full basement with bonus space and great storage. Take advantage of this WATERFRONT opportunity! ** Oversize end garage with loft as shown in photos for reference is on separate deed and is available for additional cost** (see list agent)
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses

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Categories: Price Change  


Posted by Brenda Titus REALTOR® Broker/Owner on 8/14/2017

Many home sellers face a dilemma. In most instances, it is important to set a competitive price for your property to stir up plenty of interest in it. Conversely, it is essential to explore ways to maximize the value of your residence.

For home sellers, establishing the right price for your house is key. By doing so, you can set a price for your home that meets your needs as well as homebuyers'.

What does it take to establish the right price for your residence? Here are three tips to ensure home sellers are equipped to do just that.

1. Study the Housing Market Closely

The housing market fluctuates constantly. As such, what your home was worth yesterday may not be what it is worth today.

If you study the housing market closely, you can price your residence based on the current real estate sector's conditions. Thus, you'll be better equipped than other home sellers to garner attention from homebuyers and accelerate the home selling process.

Examine the prices of comparable houses in your area, along with the prices of recently sold houses similar to your own. This will make it easy for you to establish "fair market value" for your property and price it accordingly.

Also, don't forget to conduct a home appraisal before you add your home to the real estate market. With a home appraisal, you'll be able to receive comprehensive insights into your home's condition and complete home repairs to boost its value.

2. Set Home Selling Goals

Do you want to sell your house as quickly as possible? Or are you looking to optimize the value of your home, regardless of how long it remains on the real estate market?

Set home selling goals prior to adding your house to the real estate market, and you can establish a fair price for your residence.

For example, if you want to sell your house so you can relocate quickly, you may want to price your residence competitively. On the other hand, if you can afford to be patient, you can always wait out a buyer's market to maximize the value of your residence.

3. Hire an Experienced Real Estate Agent

Your real estate agent will play a key role in your ability to sell your house and get the best price for it. And if you employ an experienced real estate agent, you should have no trouble accomplishing your home selling goals.

With an experienced real estate agent at your disposal, you can receive extensive support throughout the home selling process. This real estate professional will offer expert tips and advice to help you get your property ready for the real estate market. In addition, he or she can offer guidance about how to price your home competitively, whether to accept or reject a homebuyer's offer and more.

Collaborate with an experienced real estate agent, and ultimately, you can simplify the process of selling your home.




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Posted by Brenda Titus REALTOR® Broker/Owner on 8/11/2017

This Single-Family in Mashpee, MA recently sold for $365,000. This Cape style home was sold by Brenda Titus REALTOR® Broker/Owner - CENTURY 21 Classic Gold.


148 Mashpee Neck Rd., Mashpee, MA 02649

Single-Family

$365,000
Price
$365,000
Sale Price

8
Rooms
4
Beds
2
Baths
Neat and clean "ONE OWNER" home offers versatile floor plan. 2-story 14x22 addition was part of original plan and has separate entrance and stairs to room above. Possible family-sharing situation? Roof was new in 2016 and Sellers are installing a new 4-bedroom septic system. Private & level lot in desirable location across from Mashpee River Woodlands Conservation area and down street from Marina and Town Boat Ramp with access to open water. Be the fortunate second owner and enjoy all this home and location offers!

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Posted by Brenda Titus REALTOR® Broker/Owner on 8/7/2017

It's all about the AMAZING VIEWS! Not to mention your private sandy beach to enjoy swimming, fishing and kayaking from your doorstep. This Townhome is quality built and nestled on beautiful lush grounds in convenient WEST PLYMOUTH, just minutes to shopping, highways and the Plymouth waterfront. Unit features views from all rooms, a 15x20 deck, full basement with bonus space and great storage. Take advantage of this WATERFRONT opportunity! ** Oversize end garage with loft as shown in photos for reference is on separate deed and is available for additional cost** (see list agent)

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Posted by Brenda Titus REALTOR® Broker/Owner on 8/7/2017

If you were to look at a photo of a suburban neighborhood from the 1950s and one from today, you would notice many similarities. The houses have gotten much larger, but they still have perfectly manicured lawns and milky white fences. American culture has come a long way since the days of nuclear families. An emphasis on conservation and environmentalism has added recycling bins to many of our homes. But by and large our backyards remain mostly unchanged. Some people are electing to deviate from those norms to make their homes and yard more eco-friendly. Part of that change has been to adapt natural landscaping techniques that make your backyard seem less chiseled-out and more a part of its natural environment. With proper planning and care, natural landscaping can give your yard both a modern and natural look, and it won't look messy or overgrown. Here are some tips to get you started on natural landscaping in your backyard.

Native planting

A big part of natural landscaping is understanding your local plant life. Planting flora that is native to your area is not only helping your yard look more natural but also helping your local plant and wildlife. Often we bring in "exotic" plants and flowers without understanding the ecological issues that can arise from invasive species, both on other plants as well as on the local animals. So what are some ways you could alter your yard to house more local plant life? That depends entirely on your taste and on your local flora. If you live in a coastal, warm area, you might choose a sand or shell path in your yard that leads through tall grasses. If you live inland it might make more sense to choose stones or pebbles for your walkway and a variety of shrubs, flowers, and grasses for around the yard.

Lawn dividers

You won't find any white picket fences naturally occurring in the woods. But nature has its own barriers that can be adapted for use around your property. Vines, trees, bushes, and even rocks can all be used as natural barriers. People have used rock walls to mark of their property for centuries, and for good reason: they last forever (with some occasional maintenance) and they compliment the natural environment of your yard.

Make your lawn livable

Your lawn should be hospitable for your plants, your local wildlife, and for you. Using natural wooden benches, tree swings, and maintained paths will make your backyard look like the walkthrough gardens that we see in old English manor houses. But you should also keep in mind the birds, bugs, and other animals that will frequent your yard. By not using chemical insecticides or weed killers you're already helping your local wildlife thrive. But you can attract even more birds by setting inconspicuous feeders in the trees around your yard.

What's to gain from natural landscaping?

Aside from looking nice, natural landscaping has countless other benefits. When you're growing plants native to your area you know the plants are predisposed to grow well in your yard. That means less maintenance, watering, and less money spent buying replacements for dead plants. You'll be helping the local wildlife fit in, and you'll be helping yourself by giving your yard a refreshing, natural look.