Kathy Murray | Boston MA Listings. Real Estate


This Single-Family in Acton, MA recently sold for $575,000. This Raised Ranch,Split Entry style home was sold by Kathy Murray - Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage - Westwood.


10 Broadview St, Acton, MA 01720

Single-Family

$575,000
Price
$575,000
Sale Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
Welcome home to this completely renovated property. The open concept main floor features refinished hardwoods, a chefs kitchen with granite counters, stainless steel appliances, and custom cabinetry. The kitchen opens to a lovely dining room and fireplaced living room perfect for large gatherings. Large yard accessed through a lovely three-season porch. The main level also includes a master bedroom with a completely renovated bathroom, two additional bedrooms, and a renovated common bath. In addition to all of this space, walk down to a massive family room also with a fireplace. Renovations include a brand new kitchen, bathrooms, roof, windows, recessed and task lighting, other electrical, plumbing, HVAC system, new septic system, a partially finished basement and a 2 car garage on a fantastic lot. Minutes to schools, groceries, restaurants, coffee shops and more!

Similar Properties



A successful home seller knows exactly what it takes to list a residence and maximize its value, regardless of the current real estate market's conditions. In fact, a successful home seller displays many attributes, such as:

1. Empathy

If a home seller can step into a homebuyer's shoes, he or she may be better equipped than ever before to enjoy a successful home selling experience. Thus, empathy may play a key role in your ability to quickly sell your house and receive the best price for it.

When it comes to analyzing the buyer's perspective, it generally helps to conduct a home inspection. That way, you can receive insights into any underlying home issues and address these problems accordingly.

Furthermore, an empathetic home seller may be more likely than others to conduct a home appraisal. With a home appraisal report in hand, a home seller can use a data-based property valuation to establish a competitive home price.

2. Diligence

A successful home seller will do everything possible to achieve the optimal results throughout the home selling journey. As such, this individual is diligent and allocates the necessary time and resources to learn what it takes to sell a house.

Typically, a successful home seller will work with a real estate agent, and for good reason. A real estate agent can provide expert insights into the housing market and help a seller get his or her residence ready to sell. Then, a real estate agent can offer comprehensive recommendations and tips to ensure a home seller can succeed.

3. Patience

Patience is a virtue that no successful home seller can live without. If a home seller displays patience, he or she may be able to address various home selling challenges with ease.

For example, a patient home seller understands that the housing market frequently fluctuates, and a seller's market today may transform into a buyer's market tomorrow. This seller also may realize that there is no guarantee that his or her house will sell as soon as it becomes available. Yet a patient home seller is prepared to deal with the uncertainty surrounding the real estate market and will remain calm, cool and collected, even in tough times.

Selling a home may prove to be a long, arduous process, particularly for those who are unprepared to deal with potential challenges throughout the home selling journey. Luckily, real estate agents are available who can assist you as the home selling journey moves forward.

A real estate agent can help a home seller list a residence and showcase it to the right groups of buyers. Plus, a real estate agent is happy to help a home seller alleviate stress during the home selling journey and ensure this individual can succeed in any housing market, at any time.

Want to succeed as a home seller? Reach out to a local real estate agent, and you can get the support you need to thrive throughout the home selling journey.


This Single-Family in Medfield, MA recently sold for $892,000. This Colonial,Contemporary style home was sold by Kathy Murray - Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage - Westwood.


33 Granite Street, Medfield, MA 02052

Single-Family

$899,000
Price
$892,000
Sale Price

9
Rooms
4
Beds
3/3
Full/Half Baths
Looking for that Wow Factor? This completely renovated, surprisingly spacious home boasts over 3800' with an open floor plan designed to embrace nature, the sun and outdoor living. Ideal for entertaining, the well-appointed white kitchen opens to stylish formal rooms and an expansive fireplaced family room featuring a custom bar and easy access to the resort-style pool and patio. Enjoy your morning coffee on the balcony or by the fireplace in the hotel master suite w/dressing area, two luxurious baths, impressive closet & private office. A 2nd master bedroom wing features a striking new bath w/tile shower & walk-in closet. Two addit'l bedrooms share another gorgeous bathroom. Fabulous 2nd floor laundry! Beautifully finished 29x25 recreation room & oversized garage w/sep storage area. Spectacular setting on a circular drive facing a cul-de-sac, private yet in a neighborhood w/manicured lawn & gardens, salt water pool & cabana bath. New roof, siding, windows, AC, flooring...don't wait!

Similar Properties



This Single-Family in Franklin, MA recently sold for $475,000. This Cape,Contemporary style home was sold by Kathy Murray - Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage - Westwood.


7 Delta Drive, Franklin, MA 02038

Single-Family

$465,000
Price
$475,000
Sale Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Proudly presenting this stylish contemporary cape set on a corner lot in a quiet neighborhood, close to major routes, train, school & downtown. Beyond the welcoming front porch, a sun-filled open concept floor plan features a large kitchen w/ample white cabinets, stone counters, subway tile, stainless appliances & natural views through oversize windows. A gorgeous dining room w/hardwood floors transitions into the spacious family room w/fireplace. During warmer months, relax or dine alfresco in the screened porch. Upstairs the master is generous, boasting a new custom closet. Well-proportioned bedrooms w/newer carpet & ceiling fixtures. Updated baths. Easy expansion potential in the walk-up 16x24' framed space adjacent to bedroom, ideal for a 4th bedroom or office. Large, heated LL, ready to finish! Oversize garage w/storage. Lovely setting w/expansive front lawn, private backyard w/fenced play area and mature trees. Walking distance to Parmenter school, restaurants, shops. Pristine!

Similar Properties



Selling a home takes patience. Especially when you’re balancing your time between settling into your new home, and keeping up with your work and family life. So, when you’ve finally gotten to the point of accepting an offer on your home, you’ll probably breathe a sigh of relief--and you should!  However, there are still a few more things that will need to happen and a couple of things to consider before closing the deal on your home sale.

Contingencies on the purchase contract

A purchase contract typically includes contingency clauses that are designed to protect the interests of both the buyer and the seller. These clauses mean that the contract is contingent upon the actions being completed before it can be legally valid.

There are three main contingencies that will likely be included in the purchase contract before closing--inspection, financing, and appraisal.

Inspection contingency

The inspection contingency allows the buyer to have the home inspected by a professional before closing (the time should be specified within the contract, but the inspection should usually occur no more than two weeks after you accept the offer). A home inspection lets the buyer know what to expect in terms of repairs that the home needs now or will need in the near future.

Financing contingency

Since the vast majority of buyers will be purchasing their home through a loan, a financing contingency is included to allow the buyer time to secure their mortgage. Getting pre-qualified and pre-approved makes this process easier, but the buyer will still have to finalize and close on their mortgage before their financing is official.

This clause exists to protect the buyer in the event that their mortgage application is denied, ensuring that they aren’t penalized.

Appraisal contingency

The third contingency most often found in purchase contracts is a home appraisal. The buyer will order an appraisal and then the appraiser will reach out to you to find a day to come and value your home.

If the home is then appraised at the amount agreed upon in your contract, this contingency is met. However, if the appraisal comes up lower than the purchase amount, the buyer can renegotiate the price.

Walkthrough and closing

Once the appraisal and inspection have been met and financing secured, the buyer will have a chance to do a final walkthrough of your home. The walkthrough usually occurs no more than two days prior to closing on the sale. A walkthrough allows the buyer view the home one last time to ensure that the condition of the home hasn’t drastically changed since the home was inspected or appraised. So, make sure the buyer is aware of any changes you planned to make to the home before closing.

Now you’re ready to close on your home sale. You’ll receive a disclosure form to review (read it carefully!) and sign. Once closing is complete, ownership of the home is officially transferred to the buyer.

While the closing process does include several steps, it’s important to be available and cooperative along the way to ensure a smooth sale and transition into your new home.




Loading