Plymouth and Bristol County Real Estate - Larry Costa


If you list your home and fail to stir up interest in it, there is no reason to panic. In fact, there are many quick, easy ways to ensure your house consistently garners homebuyers' attention.

Now, let's take a look at three tips to help you showcase your home to dozens of prospective buyers.

1. Bolster Your House's Curb Appeal

How your home looks to potential buyers can have a significant impact on the house selling journey. If your residence appears drab and cluttered, buyers may be reluctant to set up a home showing. However, if you enhance your residence's curb appeal, you could make your home an attractive choice to buyers.

To upgrade your house's curb appeal, it is essential to mow the lawn, trim the hedges and perform other lawn care tasks. Don't forget to repair or replace any damaged home siding too. Because if you make your home's exterior appealing to buyers, you may find that many buyers want to check out your house as soon as possible.

2. Eliminate Clutter

Clutter is a problem that home sellers must eliminate. Otherwise, excess items scattered throughout a home may make a residence appear small.

For those who want to cut down on clutter, it may be beneficial to rent a storage unit. You can rent a storage unit close to home that enables you to keep various belongings safe until your residence sells.

If you are ready to get rid of assorted items, you can host a yard sale or list these items online. You also may want to donate unwanted items to a local charity or give them to family members or friends.

3. Employ a Real Estate Agent

When it comes to generating interest in a home, it often helps to hire a real estate agent. This housing market professional knows how to promote a residence to buyers, and ultimately, ensure a seller can reap the benefits of a quick, profitable property selling experience.

Initially, a real estate agent will walk through your home and perform an in-depth analysis. He or she next will work with you to craft a house selling strategy and showcase your residence to buyers. Finally, if you receive an offer to purchase your home, a real estate agent will help you assess this proposal and determine how to proceed.

Let's not forget about the assistance a real estate agent provides after you accept an offer to purchase, either. At this point, a real estate agent will guide you through the closing stages of the home selling journey. And if you have any concerns or questions along the way, a real estate agent is happy to address them.

If you find that buyers are hesitant to view your house, you may want to revamp your property selling strategy. Thanks to the aforementioned tips, you can revise your house selling plan and take the necessary steps to get buyers interested in your residence.



57 Crystal Water Dr., East Bridgewater, MA 02333

Condo

$239,900
Price

5
Rooms
2
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Welcome to River's Edge, East Bridgewater's premiere active adult community. This unit is nicely laid out unit featuring the open floor plan that everyone loves, a 3 season room for enjoying that morning coffee, a large master bedroom with double closets, hardwood floors and private full bath, and much more. There's plenty of storage in your full basement. The Rivers Edge community features a large clubhouse with function room, exercise room and in ground pool! Its also Pet friendly, dogs under 50lbs. Special Assessment has been pain in full! OWNER WILL FINANCE WITH 50% DOWNPAYMENT, CALL AGENT FOR DETAILS.
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63 Lyn Ln., Middleboro, MA 02346

Mobile Home

$189,900
Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
One of the largest units offered at Edgeway Park, featuring 3 bedrooms and 2.5 baths! Edgeway is a resident owned 55 plus community. This model features cathedral ceilings throughout, OPEN FLOOR PLAN, multiple skylights, huge fireplaced living room, lots of recessed lighting, large eat in kitchen with island, 1/2 bath and separate laundry room, a separate family room, and a master suite walk in closet and private bath including whirlpool tub and separate shower. This asking price includes a $5000 new flooring credit to be paid at closing.
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57 Crystal Water Dr., East Bridgewater, MA 02333

Condo

$248,900
Price

5
Rooms
2
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Welcome to River's Edge, East Bridgewater's premiere active adult community. This unit is nicely laid out unit featuring the open floor plan that everyone loves, a 3 season room for enjoying that morning coffee, a large master bedroom with double closets, hardwood floors and private full bath, and much more. There's plenty of storage in your full basement. The Rivers Edge community features a large clubhouse with function room, exercise room and in ground pool! Its also Pet friendly, dogs under 50lbs. Special Assessment has been pain in full! OWNER WILL FINANCE WITH 50% DOWNPAYMENT, CALL AGENT FOR DETAILS.
Open House
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House hunting can be enjoyable but becomes overwhelming pretty quickly. After looking at many different houses, they can all start to look the same. It’s hard to remember what homes had what features. In order to make a right decision on which home to make an offer on, you’ll need to remember the details of each house. Read on for tips to help you house hunt like a pro.


Keep Track Of The Homes You Have Looked At


Whether you’re doing simple online searches or touring open houses, it’s easy for your mind to get jumbled as to what you have seen. It’s a good idea to keep a record of homes with their addresses as to where they are located, the color of the house, and the desirable features contained within the home. This way, you can have an overall picture of what you want. 


Know What Features Are Important 


You should make a list of everything you’re looking for in a home before you even start searching. Include things like:


  • The price range
  • How big of a house you’re looking for
  • How many bedrooms
  • How many bathrooms
  • Additional features like walk-in closets
  • Eat-in kitchen or dining room
  • What type of home you’re looking for
  • How many stories you want the home to be



You can then branch off from the essentials on the list adding other desirable features in a property like a pool, a jacuzzi, a large backyard, or a fireplace. Then, you should make a list prioritizing what is the most important to you in your home search. Things like the number of bedrooms and the size of the home will be a higher priority than a jacuzzi tub. 


Look At Your Commute


One of the most significant factors in finding a home is how far it is from your workplace. The closer you are to work, the less stressful your life will be. If you take the train or a bus to work, it may be easier to live close to a station or stop. On the flip side, to be closer to work what are you sacrificing? Are you close to schools, parks, stores, and other regularly visited spots? See what locations suit your lifestyle.


Review What You’ve Looked At

Once you have done your research and decided what you need and want, it’s time to make comparisons. Look at the prices of each home and see what they have to offer for the money. Once you decide the price and amenities are on par with your original wishlist, the house is a good candidate to put an offer on.