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Posted by Jane Cheetham on 3/7/2019


298 Lincoln St., Blackstone, MA 01504

Single-Family

$325,900
Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
1
Baths
Here it is- an impeccably maintained split level home ready for a new buyer! This home offers a beautifully updated kitchen and newly remodeled (2017-2018) bathroom. Fresh paint, 1 yr old quality carpet (bedrooms), hardwoods, tile, Weil McLain furnace (2011), 200 amp service, generator hook up, roof (2008) stripped and shingled, replacement windows and vinyl siding are just some of the improvements this property features. There is an abundance of natural light. Pellet stove reduces oil usage. Bedrooms are well proportioned. Spacious lot with rear woods, 1 car garage, plenty of off street parking, 12 x 20 shed and oversized wood deck. Septic (2004)- Title V in hand. Open House, Saturday 3/9 from 12 pm-2pm. Showings can begin now.
Open House
Saturday
March 09 at 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
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Location: 298 Lincoln St., Blackstone, MA 01504    Get Directions

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Posted by Jane Cheetham on 2/26/2019

You've attended an open house – now what? Ultimately, there are many questions for homebuyers to consider after they attend an open house, and these include:

1. Did the home match or exceed my expectations?

It is important to understand whether a home is one that you could enjoy both now and in the future. And if you found that you liked a home after an open house, you may want to proceed with an offer on this residence.

Usually, it is a good idea to carry a checklist of your homebuying wants and needs that you can use throughout an open house. With this list in hand, a homebuyer can identify a house's strengths and weaknesses.

If you ever have concerns or questions during an open house, don't hesitate to find the listing real estate agent for assistance too. By doing so, you can gain the insights you need to determine whether a particular house is a viable long-term investment.

2. What would life be like if I purchased the home?

An open house can bring out a broad range of emotions in homebuyers, particularly if these individuals see things that they like in a residence.

For example, a homebuyer who sees a large outdoor deck may envision summer barbecues with family members and friends. Or, a homebuyer who views a spacious kitchen might picture dinner parties that he or she could host in the future.

If a home brings out positive feelings, it may be a keeper. As such, a homebuyer who feels good about a home after an open house may want to move forward with an offer.

3. Am I ready to submit an offer on the home?

Submitting an offer on a house can be tricky. On the one hand, you don't want to overspend to acquire a residence. Conversely, you want to submit a competitive offer that matches the home seller's expectations.

After an open house, it never hurts to meet with a real estate agent. Then, you can outline your homebuying goals and determine whether now is a good time to submit an offer on a residence.

If you decide to proceed with an offer, ensure that the proposal is fair and is submitted in a timely fashion. In all likelihood, the home seller will have 24 to 48 hours to accept, decline or counter your proposal. Once you receive a home seller's decision on your offer, you can determine the next step on your homebuying journey.

Lastly, if a home seller rejects your offer, there is no need to worry. With an expert real estate agent at your side, you can check out other open house events in your area. And as a result, you should have no trouble accelerating the process of going from homebuyer to homeowner.

Alleviate stress as you decide how to proceed after you attend an open house – consider the aforementioned factors, and you can determine whether a particular residence is right for you.




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Posted by Jane Cheetham on 10/23/2018

If you plan to attend an open house, it usually pays to be prepared. That way, you'll know exactly which questions to ask during an open house and can ensure that you can gain the insights that you need to determine whether a residence is right for you.

Now, let's take a look at three key questions to ask a listing agent during an open house.

1. Why is this home for sale?

Although a home listing provides plenty of information about a residence, it is unlikely to explain why a homeowner is selling his or her house. Thus, you should use an open house to find out exactly why a home is for sale.

In many instances, a listing agent will be honest and forthright about why a homeowner has decided to add his or her residence to the real estate market. Once you receive an answer to your query, you can better understand whether a house matches your expectations.

On the other hand, if a listing agent hesitates or shies away from your question, you should be skeptical. At this point, you should continue to dig for more information about a residence to learn about any potential flaws.

2. Are there any home problems that I need to know about?

An open house enables you to get an up-close look at a residence. Furthermore, the event allows you to find out about a residence's pros and cons from a listing agent.

Ask a listing agent about any home problems – you'll be glad you did. The listing agent should be able to provide you with plenty of insights into a home's condition, ensuring you can make an informed decision about whether to submit an offer.

A listing agent is likely to be honest with you about any problems with a house. By doing so, this agent will reduce the risk of a homebuyer later rescinding an offer after a home inspection.

3. Have there been any offers on the house?

It is important to find out if there is any competition for a house, especially if you discover your dream residence. Thus, during an open house, you should ask a listing agent if any offers have been submitted on a residence.

If a listing agent responds "Yes" to your query, you may want to act fast to submit a competitive offer on a house. Because if you wait too long to make an offer on your dream residence, you risk losing this house to a rival homebuyer.

Lastly, if you need help getting ready for an open house, you should collaborate with a real estate agent. This housing market professional can provide deep insights into a residence before you attend an open house. Therefore, a real estate agent will help you take the guesswork out of getting the most out of any open house, at any time.

Want to optimize the value of an open house? Ask the aforementioned questions, and you can get the information that you need to fully evaluate a residence.




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Posted by Jane Cheetham on 5/30/2018


227 Lincoln St., Blackstone, MA 01504

Single-Family

$309,000
Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
1
Baths
Welcome to this sweet, well loved multi (tri) level home! The LR/DR/Kit areas provide a functional, open living design. This terrific space is enhanced with a vaulted ceiling and plenty of natural light. The kitchen offers upgraded cabinetry along with quartz counters.The bedrooms are well proportioned and the dual entry, updated bath provides access to the master bedrm and hallway. Additional living space is located in the lower level. The LL also includes a handy workshop with a walkout to the yard & office. Ample storage abounds throughout with numerous closets, hideaways and attic space. Carpeting is <4 yrs old. The roof, replacement windows (Pella), sliders and driveway are under 10 yrs of age. Shed -2011. Septic-2012.This nicely landscaped home has a generous, deep back yard which is partially fenced. Deck and patio are perfect for outdoor living. Located near the JFK playground and Blackstone River Bikeway/ Greenway. Convenient access to major area routes- MA 146,495 & RI 295.
Open House
Sunday
June 03 at 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM
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Location: 227 Lincoln St., Blackstone, MA 01504    Get Directions

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Posted by Jane Cheetham on 8/15/2017


230 West Sutton Rd., Sutton, MA 01590

West Sutton

Single-Family

$275,000
Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
1
Baths
Come view this oversized Split entry overlooking scenic Stockwell Pond in West Sutton. Newer Harvey windows, vinyl siding, doors, updated front entry and handy 2 car under are some wonderful exterior features of this property. (Roof is appx 11 yrs.) Ample driveway space for parking/turning. Spacious deck of 48' spans the rear of the home. Comfortable floor plan with good sized rooms and hardwood floors on the upper floor. All appliances -including w/d remain (dw and stove very young). Brick wall with fireplace highlights the LR. Lower level features fam rm with built in shelves, drybar and hearth for potential use. Rough plumbed for full bath in laundry room. Radon mitigation system in garage. Title V in hand- new septic 2010. This home offers a lovely 4 season, country setting and is nicely situated near all highways and conveniences. Stockwell Pond (across st) is operated by the state and offers fishing, ice skating, kayaking & trails. Owners are motivated- quick close is possible!
Open House
Sunday
August 20 at 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
New Price! Great price to get into Sutton- send your buyers!.
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Location: 230 West Sutton Rd., Sutton, MA 01590    Get Directions

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