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Posted by RE/MAX Executive Realty on 9/25/2017

Welcome home to this beauty in sought after Padden Estates neighborhood. Perched on a hill, the home has a private setting loaded w/ tons of natural light. Huge eat-in kitchen was remodeled in 2014; white cabinets, large island w/ wood top, quartz counters elsewhere, SS appliances (all stay), glass backsplash, deep farmer sink & plenty room for expansion if needed. Front to back FR w/ wood burning FP surrounded by modern, custom built ins. 2 addl rooms on 1st floor can have many uses....LR, office, DR, play room etc. 1st floor laundry & 1/2 bath. Step out thru the slider to enjoy the 3 season sun porch overlooking the back yard. Mstr bedroom w/ walk in closet & adjacent full bath - large vanity, Jacuzzi tub & stand up shower. 2 addl spacious bdrms & large full bath complete the 2nd floor. LL has another room that's finished but no heat (easy to add). Added bonuses: NEW C/A-16, H2O heater-13, Carpeting-14, Hrdwds, Town Water/Sewer & Natural gas. Range priced $450k-$475k. Wow!

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Posted by RE/MAX Executive Realty on 9/25/2017

Built in 1820, this historic Medway home is steeped in rich history. Previous home of Medway's original cabinet maker. This home is awaiting a buyer who is attuned to both the value of historic preservation & the benefit of gently assisting the homeís evolution with the current times. This home boasts 4 fireplaces & a wood stove, to complement the main heating source of forced hot water by oil. The timeless elegance of the unique moldings & built-ins in the formal-rooms transition beautifully into the informal living space, w/hand-hewn exposed beams & knotty pine flooring. Updates done throughout the years to continue the functionality of the home. The sunlit 4 season porch is the rear entry of the home with a mudroom to guide you to the kitchen. Kitchen & master bath have vaulted ceilings w/skylights | Formal library w/fireplace & built-ins provides warmth & grace to the home. This finely crafted home sits on .65 acres of land w/beautiful trees & lush landscaping.

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Posted by RE/MAX Executive Realty on 9/24/2017

Believe it or not, the process of buying a home can become long and complicated. And if you're not careful, you may encounter many hurdles that prevent you from acquiring your dream residence.

Lucky for you, we're here to teach you about the ins and outs of buying a house and help you simplify the process of going from homebuyer to homeowner.

Now, let's take a look at three common misconceptions associated with buying a home.

1. You will be able to acquire a house in a matter of days.

The process of locating your dream home is unlikely to happen overnight. Instead, a homebuyer usually will need to perform extensive housing market research to discover a residence that meets or exceeds his or her expectations.

Typically, a homebuyer will look at several houses before he or she can find the right residence. This homebuyer then will need to submit an offer on a house. And if a home seller accepts the homebuyer's proposal, a home inspection will need to be completed before a home purchase is finalized.

It is important to set realistic expectations for your home search. In most instances, it may take a few weeks or months to find your perfect residence. But with a diligent approach to your home search, you'll be able to discover a house that can serve you well for years to come.

2. You will be able to buy a home for less than a property's initial asking price.

Understanding the differences between a buyer's market and a seller's market is essential for a homebuyer.

In a buyer's market, many high-quality residences are available. This market usually favors homebuyers, and in many instances, enables property buyers to secure great houses at budget-friendly prices.

On the other hand, a seller's market features a shortage of first-rate properties. As a result, this market favors home sellers, and many homebuyers may compete with one another to secure the best houses.

Regardless of whether you're operating in a buyer's or seller's market, it is paramount to avoid the temptation to submit a "lowball" offer on a residence. By doing so, a homebuyer can minimize the risk of missing out on an opportunity to acquire his or her perfect residence.

3. You can find your dream home without help from a real estate agent.

When it comes to buying a house, the early bird catches the worm. Therefore, an informed, persistent homebuyer is more likely than others to locate a terrific home at an affordable price.

Ultimately, working with a real estate agent is ideal. With a real estate agent at your side, you can receive expert assistance throughout the homebuying journey.

A real estate agent will set up home showings, keep you up to date about new houses as they become available and much more. He or she also will respond to your homebuying questions and ensure you can acquire a stellar home in no time at all.

Take the guesswork out of buying a house Ė collaborate with a real estate agent, and you can make your homeownership dreams come true.




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Posted by RE/MAX Executive Realty on 9/24/2017

If youíre a first-time homebuyer you might be worried or anxious about the process of making an offer on a home. After all, negotiating isnít something most of us look forward to on a day to day basis and we try to avoid it when possible. When it comes to buying a home, however, negotiating is usually part of the process.

One of the benefits of working with a real estate agent is that they have the knowledge and expertise to help you out through the negotiation process. Not only will they help you formulate your offer, but theyíll also present the offer for you and handle the in-person negotiations.

Buyerís vs sellerís market

Whether or not the odds are in your favor depends on many things. One important factor is the state of the real estate marketing. In a sellerís market, which is what weíre in right now, there are more buyers looking for homes than there are sellers trying to sell them.

However, you can still edge past the competition in a sellerís market if you plan accordingly. This is when negotiation comes into play, and when effective negotiation can get your offer accepted where others are declined.

Time is of the essence

When youíre shopping for a home in a sellerís market, youíll need to be swift with your offer and counteroffers to stay ahead of other prospective buyers. However, being too hasty with your offers can seem imposing or reckless. Itís better to take a day longer to come up with a more effective offer than it is to make an offer that looks bad to the seller.

Be clear and concise

Just as youíre nervous making offers on a home, sellers are usually nervous fielding them. So, if you want to make things easier for you and your seller, make sure your offer is simple and straightforward.

This involves removing unnecessary contingencies and sticking to the contract basics--inspection, appraisal, and financing. If the seller receives another offer that is riddled with contingencies, they might prefer to work with you since you presented them with a simple contract.

Be prepared

Having your paperwork in order, getting preapproved, and making yourself available as much as possible will go a long way in the negotiation process. Now more than ever itís important to be well-organized.

Do your homework on the house and neighborhood youíre interested in. Make sure you know if there is a lot of interest in the area and the house in particular. This will let you know how much breathing room you have.

Getting preapproved will not only help you know the limits you can offer but it will also signal to the seller that youíre a serious buyer.





Posted by RE/MAX Executive Realty on 9/21/2017

Truly a unique stunning home 5,196 square feet of living area above ground level in sought after Tanglewood Estates. Open foyer with double staircase, flowing floor plan with chef's kitchen, large granite center island and stainless steel appliances. Sun filled cathedral family room , french doors and wood burning fireplace. Hardwood floors through out except master private living room and third level. First level has private office and laundry room. First floor bedroom with sitting area and private bath. Easily converted back to dining room if so desired. Master suite w/ jacuzzi bath, tile shower, gas fireplace & large private living room.. Three other large bedrooms on second level with two full baths. Finished 3rd floor with bedroom, sitting room and plumbed for bath. Wonderful flat lot with two porches over looking beautiful landscaping. So many upgrades is a must see to appreciate the beauty of it all. Close to highway, school, shopping and train station.

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