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Posted by Marilyn Ellis, CBR, CHMS, LMS, HAFA on 7/3/2018

Colonial Drive Condominiums in Andover where the living can be both affordable & easy! The 2 bdrm, full bath unit has just been tastefully refreshed and updated with new appliances, granite countertops in the kitchen, new fixtures, tile, and laminate hardwood floors have replaced the carpeting. There are two assigned parking spaces, convenient to Rte 125 & 93, less than a mile to nearby shopping and restaurants, there's more - not always offered but heat & hot water is included in the monthly fee. Pets are negotiable and must be registered with management. Great opportunity for an investor or buyer looking for a move-in ready property.

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Posted by Marilyn Ellis, CBR, CHMS, LMS, HAFA on 7/1/2018


2 Colonial Drive, Andover, MA 01810

Condo

$190,000
Price

4
Rooms
2
Beds
1
Baths
Colonial Drive Condominiums in Andover where the living can be both affordable & easy! The 2 bdrm, full bath unit has just been tastefully refreshed and updated with new appliances, granite countertops in the kitchen, new fixtures, tile, and laminate hardwood floors have replaced the carpeting. There are two assigned parking spaces, convenient to Rte 125 & 93, less than a mile to nearby shopping and restaurants, there's more - not always offered but heat & hot water is included in the monthly fee. Pets are negotiable and must be registered with management. Great opportunity for an investor or buyer looking for a move-in ready property.
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Posted by Marilyn Ellis, CBR, CHMS, LMS, HAFA on 6/29/2018

This Single-Family in Methuen, MA recently sold for $150,000. This Ranch,Raised Ranch style home was sold by Marilyn Ellis, CBR, CHMS, LMS, HAFA - Leading Edge Real Estate.


131 Weybossett Street, Methuen, MA 01844

Single-Family

$179,000
Price
$150,000
Sale Price

5
Rooms
2
Beds
1
Baths
Serious Contractor, Builder or Rehabber. This property could be an opportunity. Financing options are limited. Sellers prefer cash or depending on offer consider 203K rehab loan. Property may not qualify for FHA or conventional financing due to the condition. PLEASE NOTE: It is the full responsibility of the potential Buyer, Buyer's agent or their representative to do their own due diligence to their satisfaction regarding any/all information about the lot, variances/parcel consolidation/permits. There are no representations, promises or warranties made by sellers, listing agent or listing brokerage.

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Posted by Marilyn Ellis, CBR, CHMS, LMS, HAFA on 6/28/2018

If you recently bought a home, now may be an ideal time to look at internet services providers in your new city or town.

Ultimately, not all internet services providers are created equal, and you'll want to look closely at the options at your disposal.

To better understand how to find the right internet services provider, let's consider three best practices.

1. Evaluate the Services That You Need

Most homeowners demand fast, reliable internet services, but it is important to note that the needs of one homeowner may vary from the needs of another.

For example, a homeowner who works out of his or her residence may need the fastest internet services available. This homeowner likely will need internet services that deliver consistent latency and bandwidth to ensure he or she can stay on track with everyday work.

On the other hand, a homeowner who uses the internet to download movies, music and video games may require internet services that work great around the clock. That way, this homeowner can instantly download large files at any time.

Check out all of the internet services that a company has to offer. And when in doubt, speak with an internet services representative directly. This will enable you to learn about all of the internet services that are available and make an informed purchase decision.

2. Consider Your Budget

The costs of internet services may vary based on where you live. As such, you'll want to consider your monthly budget to guarantee that you don't stretch your finances too thin.

In many instances, internet services providers will offer discounts or rebates if you sign a multi-year agreement. This may prove to be an excellent option if you plan to live in your home for the next few years, as you'll be able to lock in your internet services pricing for a set amount of time.

Furthermore, many companies provide internet, TV and phone services. And if you bundle the aforementioned services, you may be able to receive discounted rates.

3. Examine Customer Reviews

What are current and past clients saying about an internet services provider? Evaluate customer reviews, and you can find out what it's like to work with a particular internet services provider.

You may be able to receive client reviews directly from an internet services provider. Or, if you conduct an online search, you should have no trouble evaluating feedback about a broad array of internet services providers in a particular city or town.

Lastly, if you need extra help as you evaluate internet services providers, you should consult with a real estate agent. In addition to helping you discover your dream home, a real estate agent can offer insights into internet services providers in various cities and towns. Then, you'll be able to make the best possible decision.

Take the next step to set up internet services at your new home – use the aforementioned best practices, and you can choose an internet services provider that will meet or surpass your expectations.




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Posted by Marilyn Ellis, CBR, CHMS, LMS, HAFA on 6/21/2018

After you accept a buyer's offer to purchase your house, it may be only a few weeks until you finalize your home sale. However, problems may arise that slow down the home selling process. And if these problems linger, they may stop your home sale altogether.

As a home seller, it is important to do everything possible to ensure the home selling journey is quick and seamless. If you know what to expect after you accept a buyer's offer to purchase your residence, you can prepare accordingly.

Now, let's take a look at three tips to help you wrap up a home sale.

1. Negotiate with a Homebuyer As Necessary

Typically, a homebuyer will request a house inspection after his or her offer to purchase your residence is accepted. This appraisal will enable a buyer to identify any underlying problems with your home. It also may lead a buyer to request a price reduction or property repairs in order to finalize a home sale.

Although you may have allocated significant time and resources to upgrade your residence before you listed it, a home inspector still might identify assorted house issues. In this scenario, you should be ready to negotiate with a homebuyer to find a solution that satisfies the needs of all parties involved in a home transaction.

2. Remain Patient

Ultimately, the period between when you accept an offer to purchase your house and closing day may seem endless. At this time, try to remain patient and focus on the big picture, and you may be better equipped than ever before to limit problems that could slow down your house sale.

It generally is a good idea to be open to communication with a homebuyer as well. If you keep the lines of communication open with a buyer, both parties can work together to ensure a home sale goes according to plan.

3. Collaborate with a Real Estate Agent

For those who are stressed out about the home selling journey, there is no need to worry. In fact, if you work with a real estate agent, you can receive expert guidance at each stage of the home selling journey.

A real estate agent is committed to helping you achieve the best-possible results. He or she will collaborate with you throughout the home selling journey and help you identify and address any potential home selling hurdles.

Let's not forget about the assistance that a real estate agent provides after you accept a buyer's offer to purchase your home, either. At this point, a real estate agent will keep you up to date about a home inspection request and the final results of an inspection. Plus, as closing day approaches, a real estate agent will help you get ready for the big day.

Take the guesswork out of selling your house – use the aforementioned tips, and you should have no trouble wrapping up a home sale.




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