Kim D'Elia - EXIT Real Estate Executives



Posted by Kim D’Elia on 5/14/2019

This Single-Family in Charlton, MA recently sold for $109,000. This Ranch style home was sold by Kim D’Elia - EXIT Real Estate Executives .


29 Roy Rd, Charlton, MA 01507

Single-Family

$109,900
Price
$109,000
Sale Price

5
Rooms
1
Beds
1
Baths
ATTN: FIST TIME HOME BUYERS THIS IS A GREAT PLACE TO START, CONDO ALTERNATIVE! LOOKING FOR PRIVACY?? YOU'LL LOVE THIS QUIET AREA OF TOWN, ONLY MINUTES TO ROUTE 20, ROUTE 56, MINUTES TO WORCESTER! YOU'LL HAVE ALL THE PRIVACY YOU NEED ON THIS DEAD END ROAD! LARGE LEVEL LOT OFFERS TONS OF POTENTIAL FOR EXPANSION! LARGE CAR PORT/SHED GREAT FOR EXTRA STORAGE OR COULD BE USED FOR A WORKSHOP! HOME OFFERS GREAT OPEN KITCHEN LIVING ROOM AREA! FULL BATHROOM OFFERS ACCESS FROM LIVING ROOM & DEN! GOOD SIZE BEDROOM OFFERS GREAT CLOSET SPACE! NEED MORE ROOM?? NO WORRIES LOWER LEVEL IS PARTIALLY FINISHED WITH FULL SIZE WINDOWS OFFERING AMPLE SUNLIGHT! WALKING DISTANCE TO LITTLE NUGGET POND! THIS IS A MUST SEE! HURRY THIS WON'T LAST LONG!

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Posted by Kim D’Elia on 5/12/2019

Is now the right time to lower the asking price for your residence? If you've studied the housing market closely, set an aggressive price for your home and are still struggling to generate interest in your residence, the answer to this question may be a resounding "Yes."

Ultimately, there are many reasons why you may want to consider lowering the asking price for your house, including:

1. It has been many weeks or months since the last home showing.

Although your home listing initially may have stirred up plenty of interest, homebuyers have shied away from your residence over the past few weeks or months. Thus, there may be no time like the present to lower your house's asking price to widen your net of prospective homebuyers.

Reducing your house's asking price by even a few thousand dollars may help you generate interest in your residence. And in the days following a price drop, you may notice a significant increase in the number of requests for home showings as well.

2. Your home asking price no longer corresponds to the current real estate market's conditions.

A seller's market can quickly morph into a buyer's market. As such, you should evaluate the real estate sector regularly to ensure your home asking price corresponds to the current housing market's conditions.

Take a look at available houses that are similar to your own – you'll be happy you did. This housing market data can help you determine if your house is priced appropriately based on the competition.

Also, examine the prices of recently sold houses in your city or town. That way, you can see how long these residences were available before they sold, find out whether you're operating in a buyer's or seller's market and plan accordingly.

3. You need to sell your house as soon as possible.

If you face a time crunch to sell your home, you should establish an aggressive price for your residence from the get-go. However, if you fail to generate substantial interest in your residence, you may need to act fast to lower your home asking price to meet your deadline.

For those who want to avoid the possibility of lowering a house's asking price, it often pays to work with a real estate agent. This housing market professional can help you establish a fair, competitive price for your residence, one that should help you stir up significant interest in your home.

In addition, a real estate agent will work with you throughout the home selling process. He or she will set up home showings, host open houses and negotiate with homebuyers on your behalf. Perhaps best of all, a real estate agent is happy to respond to your home selling questions and ensure you can make informed home selling decisions.

Before you lower your home asking price, consult with a real estate agent. By doing so, you can get the expert home selling advice that you need to determine whether to wait out the current housing market or reduce the price of your residence.





Posted by Kim D’Elia on 5/5/2019


30 Vista Dr, Shrewsbury, MA 01545

Single-Family

$479,900
Price

9
Rooms
4
Beds
2
Baths
WOW! GREAT OPPORTUNITY IN THE WONDERFUL TOWN OF SHREWSBURY LOCATED ON A DEAD END ROAD! HURRY YOU CAN MOVE IN JUST IN TIME TO OPEN THE INGROUND POOL FOR SUMMER FUN! AS YOU ENTER THIS BEAUTIFUL HOME YOU WILL FALL IN LOVE WITH THE HARDWOOD FLOORS THROUGHOUT! GREAT FIREPLACE SURROUNDED IN CUSTOM CABINETRY, LARGE OPEN DINING ROOM W/CUSTOM CABINETS & WINE CHILLER, THE OVER SIZED KITCHEN WILL AMAZE YOU, LG CENTER ISLAND, CABINETS GALORE FLR TO CEILING, DOUBLE WOLF OVENS, SUB ZERO FRIDGE, 1ST FLOOR OFFICE COULD BE USED AS ADDITIONAL BEDROOM, 2ND FLOOR OFFERS BRIGHT & SUNNY BEDROOMS BEAUTIFUL HARDWOOD FLOORS, MASTER HAS HIS/HER CLOSETS, NEED MORE ROOM? YOU'LL LOVE THE FINISHED LOWER LEVEL PERFECT FOR GAME ROOM, TONS OF STORAGE & LAUNDRY ROOM, YARD IS FULLY FENCED IN WITH GREAT PATIO AREA PERFECT FOR DINNING TABLE & GRILL, GREAT STORAGE AREA OFF THE GARAGE FOR GARDENING TOOLS & POOL SUPPLIES! HURRY T HIS WON'T LAST LONG!
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses

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Posted by Kim D’Elia on 5/5/2019

If you want to achieve the best-possible results during the home selling journey, you should be open to negotiating with a homebuyer. Because if you communicate with a property buyer, you may increase your chances of enjoying a quick, successful home selling experience.

There is no need to stress about a home negotiation. Now, let's take a look at three tips to help you handle a negotiation with a homebuyer.

1. Consider the Buyer's Perspective

Both a home seller and homebuyer share a common goal: to reach an agreement on a house sale. If you analyze both sides of a home negotiation, you may be better equipped than ever before to come to terms with a buyer.

Ultimately, it may be beneficial to make small sacrifices to ensure you and a buyer can find common ground during a negotiation. If you are willing to work with a buyer, you may find that a buyer will work with you too. And as a result, you and a buyer could reach an agreement that satisfies the needs of both parties.

2. Evaluate Your Options

A home negotiation can be stressful, but there is no need to let stress get the best of you. Instead, you should try to stay calm and consider your options as you navigate a negotiation. That way, you can make informed home selling decisions.

Oftentimes, it is helpful to review housing market data as you negotiate with a homebuyer. Information about the prices of recently sold houses in your area that are similar to your own, for example, may help you explain why you want a certain price for your residence.

You also should be unafraid to walk away from a home negotiation. If you feel you cannot find common ground with a buyer, you can continue to promote your residence to prospective buyers until you receive an offer to purchase that matches your expectations.

3. Work with a Real Estate Agent

There is no need to enter a home negotiation on your own. Lucky for you, real estate agents are available in cities and towns nationwide, and these housing market professionals can negotiate with a buyer on your behalf.

During a home negotiation, a real estate agent will do whatever it takes to help you achieve the optimal results. He or she will keep you up to date throughout a home negotiation. Plus, a real estate agent is happy to provide recommendations about whether to accept, reject or counter a buyer's offer to purchase your house.

Let's not forget about the assistance a real estate agent provides after you accept an offer to purchase, either. At this point, a real estate agent will help you prepare for a home closing. He or she will respond to any of your home closing concerns or questions as well.

Be ready to negotiate with a homebuyer – use the aforementioned tips, and you can prepare for a home negotiation and boost the likelihood of getting the best price for your residence.





Posted by Kim D’Elia on 5/1/2019

This Single-Family in Sturbridge, MA recently sold for $262,500. This Colonial style home was sold by Kim D’Elia - EXIT Real Estate Executives .


244 Cedar St, Sturbridge, MA 01518

Single-Family

$269,900
Price
$262,500
Sale Price

10
Rooms
4
Beds
3/1
Full/Half Baths
WOW! WHAT AN AMAZING PLACE TO START! THE SPACE HERE WILL AMAZE YOU! BEAUTIFUL OVERSIZED LIVING ROOM WITH TWO STORY STONE FIREPLACE! 2ND STAIR CASE IN LIVING ROOM LEADS TO LOFT AREA THAT LEADS TO THE MASTER SUITE! TWO WALK IN CLOSET AREAS, LARGE BATHROOM W/STEAM ROOM SHOWER & MORE! BEDROOMS ARE ALL GOOD SIZE, MAIN STAIR CASE LEADS TO FOYER, 2ND LIVING ROOM OFFERS ANOTHER FIREPLACE THAT LOOKS INTO THE KITCHEN, KITCHEN OFFERS TONS OF CABINETS AND SITTING AREA, BEAUTIFUL DINNING ROOM & POSSIBLE OFFICE AREA & MORE! FIRST FLOOR LAUNDRY & TONS OF CLOSET SPACE!!! A LITTLE PAINT AND FLOORING WILL GO ALONG WAY HERE! NEED MORE ROOM NO WORRIES, LOWER LEVEL IS FINISHED FOR ADDITIONAL AREA W/FULL BATH, GREAT STORAGE SHED WITH POWER FOR YOUR GARDEN TOOLS, DECK APPEARS TO HAVE SOME ROT & UNSAFE, PLEASE DO NOT ENTER, DRY INSPECTIONS ONLY SOLD AS IS.

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