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Posted by St. Martin Team on 4/15/2021

If you plan to sell a house for the first time, it pays to think about how you'll price your house. By doing so, you can establish a competitive price for your residence and boost your chances of a fast, profitable home sale.

Now, let's take a look at three pricing tips that every first-time home seller needs to know.

1. Perform Housing Market Research

Although you may have bought your home in the peak of a buyer's market, it is important to note that the real estate sector constantly fluctuates. This means the value of your home today is unlikely to match its value from a few years ago.

Before you price your house, you should take a look at a variety of housing market data. This information is readily available and will enable you to take an informed approach to the real estate market.

For example, a first-time home seller should examine the prices of available houses that are similar to his or her own. With this housing market data, a home seller can find out how his or her residence stacks up against the competition.

It also helps to review the prices of recently sold houses in your city or town. That way, you can determine whether you're about to enter a buyer's or seller's market and set realistic pricing expectations for your residence.

2. Conduct a Home Appraisal

A home appraisal is exceedingly valuable, particularly for a first-time home seller who is uncertain about the value of his or her house.

During a home appraisal, a property appraiser will examine a residence's condition, as well as various housing market data. Then, this appraiser will provide a comprehensive report that includes a property valuation.

By completing a home appraisal, a first-time home seller can receive expert property insights. Plus, the appraisal enables a home seller to identify a property's strengths and weaknesses.

3. Collaborate with a Real Estate Agent

A real estate agent is a housing market professional who is committed to client results. As such, a real estate agent will go above and beyond the call of duty to help a first-time home seller set the right price for his or her house.

Typically, a real estate agent will meet with a home seller and learn about his or her property selling goals. This housing market professional then will provide extensive housing market insights to ensure a home seller can establish a competitive home price from day one.

Let's not forget about the support that a real estate agent provides throughout the home selling journey, either. A real estate agent will set up home showings and open houses and do everything possible to help a home seller optimize the value of a residence. Also, if a home seller has questions, a real estate agent is ready to respond to them at any time.

Take the guesswork out of pricing your residence use the aforementioned tips, and a first-time home seller can establish a competitive price for his or her home.

Posted by St. Martin Team on 4/12/2021

This Single-Family in Westford, MA recently sold for $435,000. This Colonial style home was sold by St. Martin Team - Barrett Sotheby's International Realty.

120 Dunstable Road, Westford, MA 01886


Sale Price

Full/Half Baths
This wonderful antique colonial home has a bonus parcel across the street with 321' OF WATER FRONTAGE ON LONG SOUGHT FOR POND! Gather, cook and enjoy the sunny country kitchen updated with granite counters, newer cabinets, appliances and hardwood flooring. You'll love curling up in the heated porch with pretty water views. Versatile layout to fit your needs...cozy living room, formal dining room and office complete the first floor. Upstairs you will find the master has waterviews, 2 more bedrooms, sitting room and a half bath. on the second floor. First floor laundry, the bathroom has new flooring and entire interior has been freshly painted.. Detached boathouse/garage with small dock. Quick close possible for you to start enjoying summer in your new home.

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Posted by St. Martin Team on 4/8/2021

This Condo in Westford, MA recently sold for $530,000. This Townhouse style home was sold by St. Martin Team - Barrett Sotheby's International Realty.

121 Parkhurst Drive, Westford, MA 01886


Sale Price

Full/Half Baths
This spacious Monadnock model end unit offers approximately 2,900 sq.ft. and 4 levels of finished living space! Tasteful upgrades & pride of ownership show from the moment you walk through the door. The main level features a versatile floor plan: a remodeled kitchen with center island & granite counters, a cozy den, formal dining room, & a large fireplaced living room. The second floor includes a master suite with its own private deck, a walk-in closet & private tiled bath with double vanity, tub and a separate shower stall, a second bedroom with its own full bath, and a laundry room. Hardwood flooring runs throughout first & second floors. The loft overlooks both bedrooms...perfect for a reading nook or office space...and the walk-out lower level is nicely appointed with a large finished room, full bath & storage closet. Enjoy quiet mornings & evenings in the remodeled sunroom or on the private sun deck with composite decking added in 2019. This unit has a 2-car garage.

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Posted by St. Martin Team on 4/8/2021

As a home seller, it is important to do everything possible to generate interest in your residence. Otherwise, it may be tough for you to maximize your house sale earnings.

Ultimately, there are many things you can do to stir up interest in your house, such as:

1. Improve Your Home's Curb Appeal

Buyers may be more likely to schedule a showing to view a home that boasts amazing curb appeal versus other available houses. Fortunately, if you devote time and energy to revamp your house's exterior, you can ensure your home makes a positive first impression on buyers.

To upgrade your home's curb appeal, you should repair any cracked or chipped property siding. You also may want to remove debris from any home exterior walkways and ensure your front lawn is neat and tidy. That way, you can make it easy for buyers to fall in love with your residence as soon as they see it.

2. Remove Clutter

Clutter may make a house appear cramped. Luckily, if you remove clutter from your house, you can show off your residence's full potential to buyers.

If you have assorted personal belongings scattered across your home, you may want to put these items into a storage unit for the time being. This will help you keep your personal belongings safe until your residence sells. At the same time, removing these items from your house could help buyers envision what life may be like if they purchase your home.

3. Perform a Home Inspection

A home inspection is crucial for a seller, as it enables this individual to learn about any underlying property issues. Then, following an inspection, a seller can prioritize home repairs accordingly.

It generally won't take long for a home inspector to review your residence and provide you with his or her findings. Once you have a home inspection report at your disposal, you can determine exactly what you can do to improve your house and help it stand out to potential buyers.

For those who are searching for innovative ways to showcase a home to buyers, you may want to hire a real estate agent, too. This housing market professional can eliminate the guesswork commonly associated with selling a home.

Typically, a real estate agent works with a seller to ensure this individual's house selling dreams can come true. If a seller wants to get the best price for a home, for example, a real estate agent will craft a plan to help this individual achieve his or her desired results. Or, if a seller is unsure about how to promote a residence to buyers, a real estate agent will help this individual host home showings and open house events.

When it comes to selling a house, it usually is a good idea to prepare for the property selling journey. Thanks to the aforementioned tips, you can accentuate your home's features to prospective buyers. And as a result, you could speed up the house selling journey.

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Posted by St. Martin Team on 4/6/2021

42 Groton Street, Pepperell, MA 01463



2nd floor, 1 Bedroom/Studio style apt is ready to go! Updated kitchen with granite and newer appliances including dishwasher and microwave. Bath is clean with bright lighting and sizeable shower stall. Window AC cools the unit beautifully and the rear deck is perfect for a cup of coffee. Rent includes water, sewerage, trash and snow removal. No laundry on-site; laundromat a short distance away. Nashua River Rail Trail is steps away from front door. Dumpster for trash and parking for 1 car is across the street. No smoking, no Pets. Year lease with 1st, last, and security required. Credit Check required.
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No scheduled Open Houses

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