Renee Prunier


Posted by Renee Prunier on 10/16/2018


3 Ponnakin Hill Rd, Charlton, MA 01507

Single-Family

$389,900
Price

11
Rooms
4
Beds
3
Baths
This just might be the one you have been waiting for. Many great features and updates including a Complete In-law / extended family / Au pair suite addition on the 1st floor built in 2005. The main house offers an open kitchen / dining area with new granite, microwave and Stove installed in 2017. Fantastic 3 season porch, front to back living room with brick fireplace. 1st floor bedroom could be used for Master or office. New carpet on stairs, hallway and 2nd floor bedrooms, Freshly painted thru-out. Bonus office/den on 2nd floor with hardwood & Skylight. Grand 24x24 vaulted ceiling great room with Hardwood flooring, skylights & french door to 2nd floor deck overlooking tree lined fenced back yard. Generac 17kw whole home standby generator included. Two car beamed garage with high ceilings & storage. Private setting in a sought after neighborhood just minutes to Rte 20, Rte84,I395/290 & I90.. Owners worked hard to prepare this home for you to just move in! Quick closing Possible.
Open House
Sunday
October 21 at 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM
Cannot make the Open Houses?
Location: 3 Ponnakin Hill Rd, Charlton, MA 01507    Get Directions

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Posted by Renee Prunier on 10/15/2018

If you intend to sell your house, you'll need to put together an engaging home listing. By doing so, you can increase the likelihood that homebuyers will want to check out your residence in-person something that eventually may lead to a home sale.

It is important to do everything possible to differentiate your home listing from others. This will boost your chances of a fast home sale, along with raise the possibility of receiving a home offer that matches or exceeds your initial expectations.

Ultimately, there are several things that separate an ordinary home listing from an exceptional one, and these include:

1. Home Location

All home listings include details about a home's address. However, only the best home listings highlight information about where a residence is located relative to popular landmarks and attractions.

For example, if your house is located near some of the state's top schools, you may want to include information in your home listing about your home's proximity to these high-quality schools. With this information, your home listing may stand out to parents.

On the other hand, if your residence is just minutes from an amusement park, gym or other popular local attractions, you should include this information in your listing as well.

2. Home Upgrades

If you upgraded your house's heating system or installed new windows only a few years ago, it may be worthwhile to incorporate this information into your home listing.

Remember, as a home seller, you'll want to provide homebuyers with as much information about your residence as you can. And if you include details about assorted home upgrades, you can show homebuyers that you've allocated significant time and resources to improve your residence.

3. Home Photographs

When it comes to home photographs, there is no need to settle for "basic" pictures. Instead, a home seller should look carefully at home photographs and incorporate only those that showcase the true beauty of a residence into a home listing.

In many instances, a homebuyer will examine home photographs before he or she decides whether to continue to read a home listing. If a homebuyer is turned off by home photos that make a residence look small or cramped, he or she may move on to other home listings.

For home sellers, it is paramount to clean and declutter a house before you take photos of it. This will ensure your residence looks pristine both inside and out and guarantees that your home photos can make a distinct impression on homebuyers who view your home listing.

Lastly, if you need help preparing a home listing, a real estate agent can provide expert assistance. This housing market professional can collaborate with you as you put together a home listing and offer plenty of tips and recommendations along the way.

Take the guesswork out of crafting an effective home listing consider the aforementioned home listing items, and you can create a home listing that helps you stir up significant interest in your residence.




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Posted by Renee Prunier on 10/10/2018


957 Stafford Street, Leicester, MA 01542

Single-Family

$249,900
Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
Recently renovated Cape with new windows and most doors, refinished hardwood floors, freshly painted inside and out, new gargage door with opener. New heating system and some plumbing. New granite counters, undermount sink, stainless appliances, faucet, and cabinet doors & knobs in kitchen. The back yard had a makeover with trees cut to create a large open level rear yard. Freshly landscaped. Home offers 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, 1 car garage and fantastic sun room. Great location to head in any direction. On the corner of Rte 56 and Stafford Street. Minutes to Mass Pike and Rte 20.
Open House
Sunday
October 14 at 11:00 AM to 12:30 PM
Cannot make the Open Houses?
Location: 957 Stafford Street, Leicester, MA 01542    Get Directions

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Posted by Renee Prunier on 10/8/2018


lot 35 Jennings Road, Charlton, MA 01507

Single-Family

$450,000
Price

7
Rooms
4
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
New Construction Home to be built.
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses

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Posted by Renee Prunier on 10/8/2018

Selling a home may seem exceedingly difficult, particularly for a first-time property seller. However, if you receive an offer on your residence that falls just short of your initial expectations, you may be able to negotiate with a homebuyer.

How you handle a negotiation with a homebuyer may dictate how quickly you sell your residence.

If you're unwilling to understand a homebuyer's point of view, you risk missing out on an opportunity to get the best results from your home sale.

On the other hand, if you stay calm throughout a home selling negotiation, you may be better equipped to understand a homebuyer's perspective. This may help you find common ground with a homebuyer and ensure you can speed up the home selling cycle.

What does it take to remain calm during a home selling negotiation? Here are three tips to help home sellers maintain their composure throughout a negotiation.

1. Keep Your Emotions in Check

A home selling negotiation can be stressful. But home sellers who manage to keep their emotions in check can boost their chances of a quick home sale.

If you feel stressed during a home selling negotiation, don't hesitate to take a step back and look at the big picture.

Remember, your ultimate goal is to sell your residence. With the lines of communication open, you and a homebuyer can work together to ensure all parties involved in a negotiation are satisfied with the end results.

2. Look at All of the Options at Your Disposal

If a home selling negotiation goes south, there is no need to panic. Instead, consider all of the options at your disposal, and you'll be able to determine how to proceed from here.

For home sellers, it is essential to note that many homebuyers are on the lookout for high-quality residences in cities and towns around the country. Thus, if a negotiation with a homebuyer fails to work out, you can continue to promote your house on the real estate market.

3. Work with a Real Estate Agent

A real estate agent is a must-have for many home sellers, and for good reason. This housing market professional will handle a home selling negotiation and ensure you can seamlessly navigate the entire home selling journey.

Typically, a real estate agent can negotiate with a homebuyer on your behalf. He or she will keep you up to date about any homebuyer requests and offer honest, unbiased home selling suggestions. As a result, you can receive expert home selling guidance and make informed decisions at each stage of a home selling negotiation.

A real estate agent also will respond to your home selling concerns and questions at any time. That way, this housing market professional will make it simple for you to alleviate stress in a high-pressure home selling negotiation.

When it comes to handling a home selling negotiation, there is no need to worry. Take advantage of the aforementioned tips, and you should have no trouble remaining calm, cool and collected during a negotiation with a homebuyer.