Kimberly Delling - RE/MAX Encore | Wilmington, MA Real Estate, Andover, MA Real Estate



29 Bailey Rd, Andover, MA 01810

Single-Family

$699,900
Price

8
Rooms
4
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Beautifully renovated colonial! Gorgeous Eat in kitchen features new kitchen cabinets, granite counter tops and stainless appliances. The Kitchen slider leads on to the screened in porch and deck for those summer nights overlooking a fenced in in-ground pool and beautifully landscaped backyard perfect for entertaining and relaxation. An inviting front foyer gives way to a spacious living room, family room with rustic stone fireplace and Dining room for all those holidays and parties. The first floor is capped off with a remodeled bath, laundry/mud room, gleaming new hardwood floors. Second floor features 4 spacious bedrooms w/ ample closet space,remodeled spa like bath with double sinks, Carrara marble tops and stunning tile floors. The generous master includes a walk in closet and remodeled private ensuite bath. Whole house freshly painted inside and out, The pull down attic and basement offer plenty of storage. Two car garage, Central Air, House wired for generator, newer oil tank
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For home sellers, a seller's market is ideal. Ultimately, this type of housing market empowers home sellers to maximize the value of their residences, and for good reason.

Typically, a seller's market is defined by several key traits, including:

1. Shortage of Quality Houses

A seller's market often features a shortage of quality houses, which means many home sellers frequently are able to set higher initial asking prices for their residences that they would in a buyer's market.

Although a seller's market may enable home sellers to get more for their houses, a home seller still must find ways to generate interest from prospective homebuyers.

For example, a home seller who revamps his or her home's exterior will be able to boost the residence's curb appeal. As a result, this home may generate greater interest from homebuyers than other residences that are on the market, increasing the chance of a quick home sale.

2. Abundance of Homebuyers

A seller's market may feature an abundance of homebuyers who are ready to make their homeownership dreams come true. As such, a home seller may receive offers as soon as his or her residence becomes available. And in some instances, a home seller might even get multiple offers that exceed his or her initial asking price.

Oftentimes, a seller's market provides increased confidence to home sellers. Conversely, it is important to establish realistic home selling expectations, regardless of the market conditions.

For instance, a home seller who prices his or her residence too high from the get-go is unlikely to generate significant interest – even in a seller's market. Thus, this home may remain on the market for many days, weeks or months, and a home seller might need to lower the price eventually.

On the other hand, offering a competitive price, i.e. a price that corresponds to the prices of similar houses in a particular area, is ideal. If you provide a competitive price on your home from day one, you should have no trouble receiving plenty of interest in it, especially in a seller's market.

3. Consistent Supply of Dependable Real Estate Agents

Real estate agents are happy to help home sellers maximize the value of their residences in a seller's market. These real estate professionals may possess many years of industry experience, which means that they likely understand the ups and downs of the real estate sector. Therefore, real estate agents can offer practical tips to ensure that you can stir up substantial interest in your home, get the most for your house and accelerate the home selling journey.

Perhaps best of all, your real estate agent will be happy to respond to any concerns or questions as you add your home to the housing market. This real estate professional works for you and will do everything possible to ensure you get the best results.

Ready to add your home to the real estate market? Employ a real estate professional, and you can move one step closer to optimizing the value of your house.


Don't be deceived by this cape style house. From the moment you enter this warm and inviting home you can just move right in. The cook's kitchen features recessed as well as pendant lighting, gas cooking, plenty of granite counters, cabinets,a breakfast bar and stainless appliances.The fireplace living room with dark flooring sets the scene for those winter nights, The dining room seats more than 8 comfortably and you can picture those gatherings. Half bath on the first floor plus the slider that leads to the back yard. Second floor has a spacious Master bedroom with skylight, walk in closet, rough plumbing for a bath, The two additional bedrooms are good size with nice light and closet space. Laundry, Bath all remodeled, Ceiling Fans throughout, Huge basement with tons of potential, sonar tubes installed for proposed deck, New Roof (1 Yr) Cedar Clapboard siding, New Front/Side door, New Stairs front and back, $100K renovations make this your dream home!

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29 Maple St, Plainville, MA 02762

Single-Family

$369,900
Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Don't be deceived by this cape style house. From the moment you enter this warm and inviting home you can just move right in. The cook's kitchen features recessed as well as pendant lighting, gas cooking, plenty of granite counters, cabinets,a breakfast bar and stainless appliances.The fireplace living room with dark flooring sets the scene for those winter nights, The dining room seats more than 8 comfortably and you can picture those gatherings. Half bath on the first floor plus the slider that leads to the back yard. Second floor has a spacious Master bedroom with skylight, walk in closet, rough plumbing for a bath, The two additional bedrooms are good size with nice light and closet space. Laundry, Bath all remodeled, Ceiling Fans throughout, Huge basement with tons of potential, sonar tubes installed for proposed deck, New Roof (1 Yr) Cedar Clapboard siding, New Front/Side door, New Stairs front and back, $100K renovations make this your dream home!
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Trying to get your house ready for the real estate market? Ultimately, a home appraisal can help you set a fair price for your residence, thereby boosting your chances of a quick home sale.

During a home appraisal, a property inspector will evaluate your residence both inside and out. Then, this inspector will provide you with a report that details his or her findings, along with an estimated value of your residence.

With a home appraisal report in hand, you can establish home improvement priorities. Plus, you can enter the housing market with a good idea about your house's value and price your residence accordingly.

Clearly, there are many reasons to complete a home appraisal. But it also is important to do everything possible to get your house appraisal-ready to increase your chances of getting a high appraisal.

For those who are struggling to get their homes appraisal-ready, we're here to help.

Now, let's take a look at three tips to help you prep your residence for an appraisal.

1. Take an Objective View of Your Residence

Consider how a homebuyer may see your house – you'll be glad you did. If you take an objective approach to selling your residence, you may be able to identify various problem areas before you list your house.

For example, cracked or chipped home siding may seem like a minor issue to you, but this problem can affect how homebuyers perceive your house. Conversely, if you fix cracked or chipped siding before a home appraisal, you can increase the likelihood of a favorable appraisal.

2. Spend Some Time Cleaning Your House

A tidy house is a pristine residence, one that will surely stand out to homebuyers. Meanwhile, if you allocate some time to clean your residence, you may be able to identify potential home problems that otherwise could hurt your residence's value.

If you need extra help with home cleaning, it certainly pays to hire a professional cleaning company. This business hires friendly, experienced staff members who will help you enhance your house's interior and exterior in no time at all.

3. Consult with a Real Estate Agent

Getting a house appraisal-ready may prove to be costly and time-consuming. Fortunately, if you hire a real estate agent, you can receive extensive support as you prep your residence for an appraisal.

A real estate agent will examine your residence before an appraisal and offer honest, unbiased home improvement recommendations. In addition, he or she can put you in touch with the top property inspectors in your area to guarantee that you can receive a comprehensive appraisal.

Perhaps best of all, a real estate agent acts as a home selling guide. This housing market professional is ready to respond to your home selling concerns and questions and will do whatever it takes to ensure you can maximize the value of your residence.

Move one step closer to selling your house – use the aforementioned tips, and you can streamline the process of getting your home ready for an appraisal.




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