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Posted by St. Martin Team on 7/4/2020

This Condo in Chelmsford, MA recently sold for $189,900. This Other style home was sold by St. Martin Team - LAER Realty Partners.


16 Middlesex Street, Chelmsford, MA 01863

North Chelmsford

Condo

$194,900
Price
$189,900
Sale Price

5
Rooms
1
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
A spacious unit with a unique two-level layout in a small, quiet complex set back from Middlesex Street. Located a short walk to Vinal Square Village in North Chelmsford. Easy Access to Route 3 and 495. Central AC. Roomy living room and eat-in kitchen. Main level repainted and some new flooring. Two partially finished rooms in lower level with a half-bath. Condo docs and budget available on request. Pets allowed with consent of Association Trustees.






Tags: Chelmsford   Real Estate   Condo   01863  
Categories: Sold Homes  


Posted by St. Martin Team on 7/2/2020

This Single-Family in Chelmsford, MA recently sold for $475,000. This Raised Ranch style home was sold by St. Martin Team - LAER Realty Partners.


90 Crooked Spring Rd, Chelmsford, MA 01863

North Chelmsford

Single-Family

$465,000
Price
$475,000
Sale Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
**Offers due Sunday 5/24 by 5:00 pm.** Buyer financing fell through! You'll love the open concept feel to this sun-filled home. Seller updates include spacious updated kitchen with stainless steel appliances, granite countertops, tile flooring and kitchen island (2014), renovation to the full bath including new tub and surround (2020), professional interior paint (2020), water heater (2018) and roof (2018). Huge fireplaced living room on the main level and 3 large bedrooms all with hardwood floors. Dining area with sliders onto patio, where you can grill or relax in the hot tub in your back yard in the summer months. The lower level offers a wonderful family room with fireplace (prior owner had pellet stove), a half bath, plus a workshop area and additional storage. Newer HVAC system. Back up generator included. Home is located minutes from elementary, middle and high schools and offers commuters convenient access to Rte 3. Don't miss this opportunity to buy in sought-after Chelmsford.

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Categories: Sold Homes  


Posted by St. Martin Team on 7/2/2020

The home selling journey varies from person to person. If an individual prepares for this journey, he or she may be better equipped than others to avoid problems along the way. On the other hand, an individual who is unprepared for the property selling journey may struggle to achieve the best-possible results.

There are many things that an individual can do to enjoy a memorable home selling experience. Now, let's take a look at three tips to help you prepare for the house selling journey.

1. Upgrade Your House's Curb Appeal

How your house looks to prospective buyers can have far-flung effects on your home selling experience. If you allocate time and resources to enhance your residence's curb appeal, you could make your house an attractive choice to dozens of potential buyers.

Upgrading your house's curb appeal can be simple. For example, mowing the lawn and trimming the hedges generally won't take long to complete and can help your residence impress potential buyers. You can always repair or replace any damaged home siding as well.

If you require additional help with home exterior upgrades, contractors are available in cities and towns nationwide. In fact, these professionals can help you quickly improve your residence's curb appeal.

2. Set a Competitive Initial Asking Price

It is important to establish a competitive initial asking price for your residence, regardless of whether you are operating in a buyer's or seller's market. Otherwise, you risk alienating potential buyers – something that may result in a time-intensive home selling journey.

To set a competitive initial asking price for your home, it may be beneficial to analyze local housing market data. Compare and contrast your home versus similar residences that are available in your city or town, and you can use these insights to price your residence accordingly.

In addition, you can hire a home appraiser before you list your house. A home appraiser will provide a property valuation that you can use to establish an aggressive price for your residence.

3. Hire a Real Estate Agent

A real estate agent is a difference-maker during the home selling journey, and for good reason. This housing market professional understands what it takes to sell a home and will do whatever it takes to help you enjoy a fast, profitable house selling experience.

Perhaps best of all, a real estate agent will develop a personalized home selling strategy for you. Thus, if you want to sell your residence as quickly as possible, a real estate agent will help you do just that. Or, if you want to optimize the earnings from your house sale, a real estate agent will go above and beyond the call of duty to ensure you can get the best price for your house.

As you prepare to add your house to the real estate market, there is no need to worry. Take advantage of the aforementioned tips, and you can boost the likelihood of enjoying a seamless property selling experience.




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Posted by St. Martin Team on 6/30/2020

This Single-Family in Acton, MA recently sold for $585,000. This Colonial style home was sold by St. Martin Team - LAER Realty Partners.


1 Aspen Ln, Acton, MA 01720

North Acton

Single-Family

$600,000
Price
$585,000
Sale Price

9
Rooms
4
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Young colonial home with 9 rooms, 4 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, 2-car garage & COST SAVING $22K TESLA 6.5 kW SOLAR PANEL SYSTEM! Freshly painted throughout & carpeting in bedrooms & basement has been professionally cleaned. Hardwood flooring throughout main level: formal living & dining rooms, half bath, and family room with gas fireplace that opens to kitchen with granite counters, stainless steel appliances, gas cooking and dining area overlooking sunny back yard. Second floor features 4 bedrooms with custom Bali blinds & 2 full baths, including a master bedroom with its own private bath & 2 closets (one a walk-in) . Lower level offers 465+sq.ft. of heated living space. Bonus features: central AC, security system, Nest thermostats, flowering fruit trees & rosebushes. Private road & neighborhood setting. Enjoy Acton for top-rated schools and convenience to shops, dining & commuter routes. PRIVATE SHOWINGS BY APPT. ONLY. PLEASE ADHERE TO SOCIAL DISTANCING GUIDELINES.

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Tags: Real Estate   Single-Family   Acton   01720  
Categories: Sold Homes  


Posted by St. Martin Team on 6/25/2020

When selling your home, you want to be able to get the largest return for your investment. And buyers are looking for their next place to call home. They are looking for a place that they can see themselves living and creating a future. And oftentimes, it’s very difficult for buyers to look beyond the cosmetics of a home, especially when viewing online. Therefore, if large investments are not in the cards for you or won’t bring a significant ROI, small home improvements are the way to go. These small improvements can take your home from blah to wow!

Let’s take a look at some of the best small home improvements that will certainly provide you with a return.  

1. Fresh coat of paint: A fresh coat of paint can make the world of a difference in a home. It can instantly brighten up a space and make the home look and feel newer—an instant plus for any seller and buyer. But be sure to choose more neutral colors as not everyone will be a fan of bold colors.

2. Adding architectural touches: Architectural features like crown molding and a chair rail can add an elegant upgrade to any home. They can be fairly inexpensive and would only take a weekend to put up.

3. Update front door: Your front door is a large part of your curb appeal. And a home’s curb appeal can leave a substantial impression on buyers. You can go the inexpensive route and add a pop of color that compliments your home’s exterior and landscaping or purchase a new door if a coat of paint won’t do the trick.

4. Add a backsplash: Backsplashes don’t have to break the bank to catch a buyer’s eye. And there are so many options from subway tile to mosaic to antique tin.

5. New hardware: Updating the hardware in your kitchen and bathroom can make the world of a difference. Adding modern hardware to cabinet doors will add a refreshing, simple update.

6. Update fixtures: Replacing old, worn down bathroom and kitchen fixtures is a very simple home improvement. Although not the cheapest of these options, they will definitely make a big difference in those rooms.Think of a home built in the 90s that has brass fixtures. The home looks very outdated and therefore worth less in the eyes of a buyer. If you update these fixtures to pewter or brushed nickel, you are instantly bringing the spaces into the 21st century and catching the appeal of buyers.

The amount of time, effort, and money that you want to put back into your home is a decision that you alone can make. It may seem silly to put more money into the home you are trying to sell, but it’s quite the opposite. Be smart about your updates and improvements. Try to think like a buyer and make updates that the majority will like and want.







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