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This Single-Family in Stoughton, MA recently sold for $487,500. This Multi-Level style home was sold by Office Dedham - Discover Properties.


33 Lurie Cir, Stoughton, MA 02072

Single-Family

$519,900
Price
$487,500
Sale Price

8
Rooms
4
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Desired Stoughton location! Absolutely move in ready! Spectacular 8 room, 4 bedroom, 2.5 bath multi-level home featuring an open living room (with gas fireplace) and dining room, fireplace family room with sliders to huge deck, fully applianced kitchen with stainless appliances and granite counters, master bedroom suite with full bath and slider to balcony, 3 additional second floor bedrooms and additional full bath. There's a big two car garage, large unfinished basement, new central ac, new 3 zone gas heat, beautiful hardwood floors, lofted ceilings, recessed lighting and gorgeous, oversized landscaped lot. Privacy and convenience w/quick access to Rte 24/128/138/95.

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Selling a home may prove to be a long, arduous process. However, if you act as a reasonable home seller, you can identify home selling challenges and overcome such problems without delay.

Now, let's take a look at three tips that you can use to become a reasonable home seller.

1. Learn About the Housing Market

Real estate is complex, particularly for home sellers. Fortunately, many housing market resources are available to help you become a real estate expert.

For example, any home seller can perform an online search to evaluate the housing market in any city or town. Then, a home seller can use this real estate data to analyze the prices of houses that are similar to his or her own and price a residence appropriately.

Home sellers also should look at the prices of recently sold houses in nearby areas. That way, a home seller can find out whether he or she is preparing to enter a seller's or buyer's market and plan accordingly.

2. Try Not to Get Too Emotional

Let's face it – any home selling journey likely includes plenty of ups and downs. But a home seller who understands the best- and worst-case home selling scenarios may be better equipped than others to stay calm, cool and collected, even in the most challenging situations.

Although a home seller may expect his or her home to sell quickly, it is important to set realistic expectations before you list a residence. This will enable you to avoid potential pitfalls that otherwise can prevent you from achieving your home selling goals.

For example, a home seller who receives a home appraisal will have a good idea about the true value of his or her house. And if the home seller receives a home offer that falls well below the appraisal amount, he or she won't feel disappointed. Instead, this home seller should have no trouble politely declining or countering the proposal.

3. Consult with a Real Estate Agent

If you're unsure about how to price your home or promote your house to the right groups of homebuyers, it often pays to get expert help. Lucky for you, real estate agents are available in cities and towns nationwide, and these housing market professionals can help you make informed home selling decisions.

A real estate agent possesses comprehensive housing market expertise and is happy to share his or her home selling insights with you. This means if you ever have questions about what to include in a home listing, your real estate agent can help you out. Or, if you are uncertain about whether to upgrade your house's interior or exterior, your real estate agent is available to provide honest, unbiased home improvement recommendations.

Becoming a reasonable home seller can make a world of difference in any housing market, at any time. Take advantage of the aforementioned tips, and you can quickly and effortlessly navigate the home selling journey.


This Single-Family in Norwood, MA recently sold for $435,000. This Ranch style home was sold by Office Dedham - Discover Properties.


71 Robinwood Rd, Norwood, MA 02062

Single-Family

$429,900
Price
$435,000
Sale Price

5
Rooms
2
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Well loved and well cared for ranch owned by the same couple for almost sixty years. As you enter in, you will immediately feel the warmth and pride of ownership throughout. Bright and sunny living room with stone and brick fireplace enhanced by custom built book shelves. It opens to a formal dining room with access to sun room with lots of windows and patio door to back yard. Eat in kitchen.Two spacious bedrooms with plenty of closet space. Full bath complete this floor. Heated finished basement has a large family room with bar and cedar closet. Half bath and laundry room plus great work room. Fireplace was never used. Hardwood floors underneath wall to wall carpet. Ceramic tile under carpet in sun room. **Roof (2015). Smith boiler (2009)oil tank (2013) ** Central air **Huge fenced in back yard. Fabulous neighborhood. Walk to elementary school. Commuters delight...minutes to all major highways!

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43 McCormick Terrace, Stoughton, MA 02072

Rental

$1,795
Price

4
Rooms
2
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Spacious, (1,155 sq. ft. area), completely updated, four-room, two-bedroom, one and one half bathrooms one level rental. New kitchen, granite counters and stainless steel appliances, two new bathrooms--one full bath with tub and one half bath off the master bedroom. Huge walk-in closet off the master bedroom. All new floors, rug, wood and tile. One deeded parking, space #56 matching unit #56. plenty of dedicated guest parking. Beautiful, in-ground, pool for owners and tenants only. Near trans, shopping, Stoughton Center, hospital, and major routes. ALL Utilities Included in rental amount. Come see your new home. Tenant pays first month's rent and one month security deposit to landlord and a half month rental/finder's fee to listing agency. Very good credit/good references required. 97541800
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses

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You may have noticed significant changes in your neighborhood. Younger couples and young professionals have been moving in around you. Along with them, you see a few new restaurants, coffee shops, or co-work spaces have popped up in the area. As you become aware of the increased attraction of your community to younger buyers, you might consider selling your home under a potentially upgraded resale value. So, how do you know what attracted these young folks to the homes in your neighborhood? You purchased yours some years ago and are trying to compare the value you saw to the new perception. If this seems to fit your situation, these tips below and a consultation with your local real estate agent can help you properly determine what these new buyers’ value in a home and what you can do to most appeal to them if you want to resell. 

The first thing to remember is you can't put Millennials into any specific box. This generation spans two decades of people with entirely different upbringings, social circumstances, technology, and more! Take a look at your home and neighborhood with your agent and find what features to highlight or improve before you sell. 

Low Maintenance.

Many young buyers want to own their own home but have active lifestyles or work-life and not much time to take care of the house. Some are well-adapted to technology but may not have learned the skills to care for property or a home. When considering upgrades to your home, consider replacing wooden siding with a fiber cement-style or sturdy new exterior technology that mimics wood but won’t need repainting. Think about replacing your lawn with a low maintenance xeriscape and extend your backyard patio to allow for more outdoor living space and less lawn care. Make sure your roof is up to par and won't need attention in the near future. Look for ways to minimize the work necessary to make the home easily maintained. 

Functionality. 

Consider the vast array of lifestyles pursued by Millennials today. With so many interests, endeavors, and hobbies young buyers are not necessarily looking for a traditional home set up—though they aren’t not-looking for it either. Open floor plans and easily changeable spaces are essential to your potential buyers. They may have aspirations of a home business or hobby or host different clubs and activities that require more than the standard living or dining spaces. Find ways to open up the home and allow for easy furniture changes. Look for opportunities to improve built-in storage to require less standing furniture in each room—hallway cabinets, built-in shelving, etc. If you can make your home appeal to the different living space needs of this eclectic buyer group, you can improve your sale prospects. 

Entertaining. 

One desire of new home buyers that hasn't changed much from generation to generation. Many new home buyers have high aspirations in the realm of entertainment. Depending on your home's layout and style you won't be able to appeal to all entertainment goals, but you should look for ways to highlight and improve some key areas of the home — first, the kitchen. Young buyers no longer use formal dining rooms for entertaining guests. Many want an open kitchen with plenty of seating and counter space, and an ability for the host to entertain while cooking. Look for ways to upgrade your kitchen, add an island and wet bar area and move the party into the kitchen space. A great patio is another way to attract buyers. Extend your back patio to allow for more seating area or install a great built-in grill to be the center of entertaining. Take a look at your space to find how you can upgrade different parts to show your buyers the possibilities: sitting area, grill area, possible hot tub area, space built for outdoor games and more!

If you hope to sell your home soon, and you think you see a new market in younger buyers, get with your local real estate agent to make a plan to attract these buyers to your home’s value.




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