Coldwell Banker Murray Real Estate



Posted by Coldwell Banker Murray Real Estate on 5/10/2019


14 Mary Willet Court , Harwich, MA 02645

Harwich (village)

Single-Family

$529,000
Price

3
Beds
7
Total Rooms
3
Baths
New to Market! Desirable Standish Woods neighborhood on cul de sac 3 bedroom 3 full bath ranch home w/in-law potential wimany custom features, offers you 2 car garage, gas heat, central air, a master ensuite 2 guest beds with shared full bath, 1st floor laundry, open concept living-dining- kitchen with new hardwood throughout, never used wood burning fireplace, slider to generous deck, views of choice plantings in lovely yard, with complete & aesthetically fenced back w peeks of Mudd Pond and conservation lands. Natural gas heat, central air, irrigation. Finished basement (not incl in sqft) for guest overflow or entertaining, offers 2nd fireplace, heat & a/c full bath, wet bar and slider access to back lawn- Close to golf, boating, shopping and beaches.
Open House
Sunday
May 12 at 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM
A really nice house, with much to offer in a super nice neighborhood. Close to golf course, shopping, boat ramp.. very private back yard. Put this one on your list MUST see list !Carrie 508 776-3130
Cannot make the Open Houses?
Location: 14 Mary Willet Court , Harwich, MA 02645    Get Directions

Similar Properties





Categories: Open House  


Posted by Coldwell Banker Murray Real Estate on 5/7/2019

Looking for the perfect buyer can be easy, but it can also be a difficult task. For home sellers who cannot part with their house without choosing carefully who gets it, it can be a little worrisome.

If you are looking for the right buyer for your house, you should look for the following characteristics:

First, you have to make a shortlist of the offers that you get. Your top priority should be the offer that the potential buyer makes. Make a shortlist of the best suggestions that you get. Vet the people, take the ideas that stand out, and choose the ones that may work around you and your budget.

The trick here is to set a worst-case price and discuss it with your real estate agent. This one allows you to set an asking price as well. You should aim to reject any offers that are lower than the figure that you agreed on. 

A common mistake that sellers do is to focus on the highest offers when the truth of the matter is that they should focus on the terms of the contract.

If you set a worst-case price and accept offers that go above that, you can choose the terms that come with every proposal. Eventually, you can select the right person.

Second, look at the possibility of the deal falling apart. Studies have shown that transactions with first time buyers, people looking for a second home, and cash buyers work and do not fall apart. When choosing a buyer, you should consider this possibility as there are costs associated with transactions that fell through.

Third, you should check your emotional response to a potential buyer. You should check out if you like a potential buyer. Trust your gut. A person's emotional response matters because you are giving away your house to strangers.

Finally, you want a buyer who would move in close to your moving date. It could be a little burdensome for you to change the time of your moving day because your buyer’s moving day is before yours. Talk about this detail and make sure that you clarify everything with your real estate professional.

Now that you know how to choose the right buyer for your house, it is important to decide based on what you prioritize. Contact your preferred real estate professional so you can get better advice on how to select the right buyer and give them a piece of your history.




Categories: Uncategorized  


Posted by Coldwell Banker Murray Real Estate on 5/6/2019


14 Mary Willet Court , Harwich, MA 02645

Harwich (village)

Single-Family

$529,000
Price

3
Beds
7
Total Rooms
3
Baths
New to Market! Desirable Standish Woods neighborhood on cul de sac 3 bedroom 3 full bath ranch home w/in-law potential wimany custom features, offers you 2 car garage, gas heat, central air, a master ensuite 2 guest beds with shared full bath, 1st floor laundry, open concept living-dining- kitchen with new hardwood throughout, never used wood burning fireplace, slider to generous deck, views of choice plantings in lovely yard, with complete & aesthetically fenced back w peeks of Mudd Pond and conservation lands. Natural gas heat, central air, irrigation. Finished basement (not incl in sqft) for guest overflow or entertaining, offers 2nd fireplace, heat & a/c full bath, wet bar and slider access to back lawn- Close to golf, boating, shopping and beaches.
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses

Similar Properties





Categories: New Homes  


Posted by Coldwell Banker Murray Real Estate on 4/30/2019

If you intend to list your residence, you'll need to think about how you'll price your residence. However, what you initially paid for your home is unlikely to match its value today. And if you set an initial asking price that is too high, you risk alienating potential homebuyers.

Lucky for you, we're here to help you determine the ideal initial asking price for your residence to increase the likelihood of a fast home sale.

Now, let's take a look at three quick, easy ways to establish a competitive price for your house.

1. Look at Housing Market Data

Housing market data is easy to find and can show you how your residence stacks up against recently sold homes in your area.

Evaluate the prices of recently sold local residences that are comparable to your own. With this housing market data in hand, you can better understand pricing trends for houses in your city or town.

In addition, don't forget to check out the prices of available houses in your region. This housing market data will help you understand the current state of the real estate market.

2. Conduct a Home Appraisal

A home appraisal is valuable because it allows you to receive a property valuation from a home expert. When the appraisal is complete, you may be able to prioritize various home improvement projects as well.

During a home appraisal, a property expert will examine your home's interior and exterior. This property expert also will assess the prices of recently sold and available homes in your area, including the prices of residences in your neighborhood. Following the appraisal, you'll receive a property valuation.

If a property valuation falls below your initial expectations, there is no need to worry. Remember, you can always perform assorted home maintenance and upgrades to boost your house's value.

3. Collaborate with a Real Estate Agent

Work with a real estate agent throughout the home selling process – you'll be glad you did. A real estate agent will go above and beyond the call of duty to ensure that you can get the best price for your residence, regardless of the housing market's conditions.

A real estate agent first will learn about you, your home and your home selling goals. Next, this housing market professional will list your residence, promote it to large groups of homebuyers and host home showings and open house events. If a homebuyer submits an offer on your residence, your real estate agent will help you analyze the proposal and determine whether to accept, reject or counter it.

Furthermore, a real estate agent is happy to respond to any home selling questions. This housing market professional knows exactly what it takes to sell a residence, and as such, is ready to respond to your home selling queries at all times.

Get the best price for your home – use the aforementioned tips, and you can price your house appropriately.





Posted by Coldwell Banker Murray Real Estate on 4/23/2019

After you complete a condo inspection, you'll need to make a major decision: Should you move forward with your condo purchase or rescind your offer?

Ultimately, there are several important questions to assess before you finalize your decision on a condo, including:

1. What was discovered during the property inspection?

Study the results of a condo inspection closely. By doing so, you'll be able to learn about a condo's strengths and weaknesses and plan accordingly.

A property inspector will evaluate a condo both inside and out. He or she also will provide honest, unbiased feedback, enabling you to make an informed decision about how to proceed with a condo.

Take into account major and minor condo problems that a property inspector discovers. And if this inspector finds minor flaws associated with a condo, you may want to stay the course and move forward with your initial proposal.

On the other hand, if a property inspector finds significant problems with a condo, i.e. issues that may prove to be costly and time-consuming, you may want to consider rescinding your offer. Or, in this case, you can always ask the condo owner to complete property repairs before you finalize a condo purchase.

2. How much will it cost to perform assorted condo repairs?

The costs associated with condo repairs will vary. However, if you allocate the time and resources to learn about condo problems and the costs associated to fix these issues, you may be able to avoid expensive, time-intensive mistakes.

For example, consider what might happen if a property inspector discovers a defective kitchen light switch in a condo. Although this light switch is a problem, the time and costs needed to repair or replace the faulty light switch likely are minimal. As such, a condo buyer may choose to ignore this problem, or a condo owner may be willing to complete the fix quickly.

Conversely, consider what could happen if a property inspector finds that a condo's furnace is defective. It may cost thousands of dollars to fix or replace a faulty furnace. As a result, a condo buyer may ask the property seller to repair or replace the defective furnace. And if the condo owner fails to do so, a buyer may choose to walk away from the condo purchase altogether.

3. Can I enjoy this condo both now and in the future?

It is essential to consider both the short- and long-term ramifications of a condo purchase. That way, a condo buyer can determine whether a property can serve him or her well for years to come.

A property inspection offers valuable information that a buyer can use to assess the pros and cons of purchasing a condo. Furthermore, a condo buyer who works with an experienced real estate agent can get the support needed to make the best decision possible.

Consider the aforementioned questions as you evaluate your options following a condo inspection, and you should have no trouble deciding whether a particular condo is right for you.




Tags: Condo   buyer tips   Buying a home  
Categories: Uncategorized  




Tags
©2018 Murray Real Estate,Inc. All Rights Reserved. Coldwell Banker® and the Coldwell Banker Logo are registered service marks owned by Coldwell Banker Real Estate LLC. Murray Real Estate, Inc. fully supports the principles of the Fair Housing Act and the Equal Opportunity Act. Each franchise is independently owned and operated. Any services or products provided by independently owned and operated franchisees are not provided by, affiliated with or related to Coldwell Banker Real Estate LLC nor any of its affiliated companies.