Posted by Pamela Crawford on 1/22/2019

Pretty 1/2 acre lot ready for your new house. This lot is zoned 2 family. lopingS lot has water and sewer at the street. Lot has view of river. Final size of lot TBD as lot is being split from larger portion.

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Posted by Pamela Crawford on 1/22/2019

Zoned 2 family this pretty lot is approx 1/2 acre . Lot is gently sloping and has potential for a view. Water is at the street and sewer is near by or private sewer is also option. Final size of lot TBD as lot is being split from larger portion.

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Posted by Pamela Crawford on 1/20/2019

Looking to add your condo to the real estate market? Ultimately, you'll want to set a "fair" price for your property. By doing so, you can stir up plenty of interest in your condo and boost your chances of a fast property sale.

List your condo at a price that meets the needs of both property buyer and seller – here are three tips to ensure you can price your condo properly.

1. Study the Housing Market

How does your condo rate against similar properties? Examine the housing market closely, and you can understand what differentiates your property from others that are currently available.

Check out the prices of comparable condos that have been added to the real estate market recently. That way, you can learn how other condo sellers are pricing their properties and map out your condo pricing strategy accordingly.

Also, evaluate the prices of condos that have sold over the past few months. This will allow you to identify real estate market patterns and trends and may help you establish a competitive price.

2. Hire a Property Appraiser

A property appraiser understands what it takes to assess a condo both inside and out. Therefore, if you conduct a condo appraisal, you can learn about your property's strengths and weaknesses.

During a condo evaluation, a property appraiser will identify problem areas across your residence. Then, he or she will provide a report that you can review to understand how you can enhance your property's value.

Take the results of a property appraisal seriously. If a property appraiser finds minimal problems with your condo, you may be good to go to establish a fair price for your residence.

On the other hand, if a property appraiser discovers a wide range of condo issues, allocate the necessary time and resources to mitigate these problems. In this scenario, you may need to lower your expectations for your condo's asking price based on the current state of your property. Or, you can perform assorted property improvements to bolster your condo's value.

3. Collaborate with a Real Estate Agent

Want expert insights into how to price your condo competitively? Work with a real estate agent, and you can receive comprehensive support as you prepare to add your residence to the housing market.

A real estate agent can make a world of difference for a condo seller, and for good reason. This housing market professional will teach you about the current real estate market and help you determine the right price for your condo.

Let's not forget about the assistance that a real estate agent will provide throughout the condo selling process, either.

With a real estate agent at your side, you can receive help with condo showings, negotiations with condo buyers and much more. And if you ever have condo selling questions, a real estate agent will be able to provide instant responses.

Set the right price for your condo – use these condo selling tips, and you can move one step closer to maximizing the value of your property.




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Posted by Pamela Crawford on 1/15/2019

This Single-Family in Auburn, MA recently sold for $290,000. This Colonial style home was sold by Pamela Crawford - RE/MAX Professional Associates.


406 Pakachoag St, Auburn, MA 01501

Single-Family

$299,900
Price
$290,000
Sale Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
This beautiful antique colonial boasts rich history of Auburn on the historic Pakachoag Hill. It offers over 1700sf of living and 3-4 bedrooms. Home has been fully updated in 2010! This great family home has an upgraded kitchen, dining and living areas that lead to a three-season porch that overlooks the fully fenced in yard. The heart of the home features the dining and family room which lend themselves nicely to holiday gatherings and entertaining. The family room offers a slider to the three-season porch and view of the back yard (ready to be heated for 4 season enjoyment). Note: The sellers have installed all new windows in this 3-season porch in preparation for heating! There are 2.5 baths including a master bath and an en suite for the other 2nd floor bedroom. The interior walls have been freshly painted.Great commuter access with 290/395/20/Pike nearby. Auburn has so much to offer…home of 2 Blue Ribbon Schools with new Middle and High Schools with 1:1 iPad integration!

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Posted by Pamela Crawford on 1/13/2019

There is a lot to think about when you know you’re ready to sell your home. The best approach is to take things step-by-step in order to get everything right. 


Make Necessary Repairs


Before you even decide to put a “for sale” sign out front, you’ll want to address the problems in your home that you know about. If the roof needs to be replaced, or you know you need a new refrigerator, you should tend to those things as soon as possible. While these items can be an expense for you, completing these things before the sale of the home will increase the value of the home and save you some aggravation when it comes time for the home inspection.


Don’t forget about the small details as you look at what needs to be done on your property. Does the doorbell ring? Are the lightbulbs all working? These small details are just as important as the big stuff.   


Find A Real Estate Agent


Finding a real estate agent isn’t a one-size-fits-all job. You want an agent who understands your needs and is an expert in your particular market. You can check with your family and friends to see if they have a particular agent who they recommend. Also, you might check out reviews online to help you discover an agent. Do you have a particular agency in mind? Give them a call and they can set you up with one of their agents. Many agents will be happy to provide a number of references of recent sales if you inquire. 


Find Out How Your Home Will Be Marketed


If your home won’t be on social media, there’s something wrong with the marketing plan. You’ll need lots of good photos and maybe even a video tour of your home. You should definitely be sure that your home is being marketed on YouTube, Facebook, and Instagram to name a few social networks. These networks even offer paid ads to help you reach the right buyers. Talk with your realtor to see what the plan for marketing your home sale is.


Prepare For Home Showings


While you still might need to live in your home while you’re selling it, you want the property to be presentable. Start at the curb of your home and work your way to the inside. The property should look presentable from the moment buyers pull up to the house. The lawn should be mowed, the landscaping should be trimmed, and the inside of the home should be thoroughly cleaned. This will seal the deal on the sale of your property after all of the other hard work has been done.   




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