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Posted by MDM Realty, Inc on 10/17/2017

The real estate market is fierce, particularly for home sellers of all experienced levels. Thus, it may take you weeks, months or years to sell your residence if you don't prepare accordingly. So what does it take to ensure your home will sell quickly? Here are three tips for first-time and experienced home sellers: 1. Conduct Plenty of Research Before You Price Your Home. Your home may seem priceless, but ultimately, you'll need to establish a fair market price for your residence to generate interest among homebuyers. To determine the right price for your home, consider the pros and cons of your residence. For instance, if you recently had new energy-efficient windows installed in your home or set up an above-ground pool in your backyard, these features may help boost the value of your residence. Conversely, an old furnace or a defective central air conditioning system may lead you to lower your asking price, as these items may need to be replaced in the foreseeable future. Before you price your home, don't forget to look at what similar houses in your area have sold for over the past few months and years, too. And if you hire a professional appraiser to assess your home's value, you'll be able to set an initial asking price that could help your residence stand out in a competitive real estate market. 2. Clean Up Your Home's Exterior and Interior. Typically, you'll want to enhance your home's curb appeal before you add your residence to the real estate market. By doing so, you can improve your house's chances of making a positive first impression on prospective homebuyers. You also may want to commit significant time and resources to bolster your residence's interior. From de-cluttering your home to revamping the interior of your house's kitchen and bathroom, there is a lot that you can do to give your residence a distinct look and feel. Therefore, if you spend some time cleaning up your home's exterior and interior, you may be able to make it easier for homebuyers to fall in love with your residence instantly. 3. Partner with an Experienced Real Estate Agent. Hiring an experienced real estate agent should be a top priority, regardless of whether you're a first-time or experienced home seller. Because with an expert real estate professional at your side, you can simplify the process of adding your residence to the real estate market and ensure your house garners plenty of interest from prospective homebuyers. A real estate agent will offer guidance and support throughout the home selling process, enabling you to optimize the appearance of your home. Plus, this professional will help you handle negotiations with homebuyers and empower you with the knowledge and insights needed to maximize the value of your house. Employ an experienced real estate agent to assist you during the home selling process Ė you'll be glad you did. This real estate professional will make it simple for you to promote your house to large groups of homebuyers and finalize a sale without delay.

Posted by MDM Realty, Inc on 10/12/2017

This Single-Family in Brewster, MA recently sold for $376,000. This Ranch style home was sold by - MDM Realty, Inc.

6 Anawan Rd, Brewster, MA 02631


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OPEN HOUSE CANCELLED DUE TO ACCEPTED OFFER. This is a property to enjoy throughout the year or as your special vacation home. This charming ranch style property with three bedrooms and two baths is move in ready with neutral cape cod colors throughout and all systems in good working condition. Some of the great features include central air, an expansive finished basement completed in 2011, plenty of storage, first floor laundry, one car garage, outdoor shower and private deck (2016) off the eat in kitchen. Walk or bike to the Cape Cod bike path and Nickerson State Park. The home is centrally located to all of the many shops and restaurants along 6A.

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Posted by MDM Realty, Inc on 10/10/2017

Itís difficult to tackle so many projects throughout your home without feeling overwhelmed. This is why itís a great idea to take each part of the house piece by piece. Thereís plenty of quick updates that you can make to your bedroom without breaking a sweat. The idea is to make little changes that have a big impact. Here, weíll show you some easy updates that will make a big difference in your bedroom. Use Color To Your Advantage Adding bursts of color is the easiest, yet the most often overlooked decorating technique. You can add bits of color all over your bedroom. From small accents like picture frames and vases, itís simple to add some color here and there. It will make a huge impact on the room. Feel Your Way Around The Room The textures you use in your bedroom is important to how comfortable the room feels. You can mix and match the linens in your bedroom from the type of throw you use to the type of rug thatís present on the floor. Youíll want to consider changing these a few times a year to match with the seasons. Warmer, fuzzier linens are best for the winter whereas lighter linens are perfect for summer. Suit Your Style Thereís different textures and different items that match up with certain styles and themes. If youíre going for a more romantic feel, consider using velvets and cozy looking throws. Leather gives a more rustic feel whereas blown glass and antique-finished woods provide the feel of country living. If youíre looking for more of a modern bedroom, try teak wood, smooth leather and even plastic touches to achieve your look. Change Your Accent Pillows And Shams Thereís something to be said for simply changing the pillows in your bedroom. Any throw pillows or pillow shams that are present in your bedroom could use a change each season or two. This will give you a fresh perspective instead of the same old tired bedding and accents. These simple changes can make a noticeable difference in your bedroom. Making these changes will also give you something to look forward to each and every season. Change Your Window Treatments Changing your curtains along with the seasons is a great idea as well. In the colder months, you may want to hang more insulated curtains to hold the heat in your room. In the summer months, light and airy curtains will help you to beat the heat. Make It Personal Your bedroom is the perfect place to hang your treasured photographs and artwork. Change up the pictures in your frames and the artwork on the walls every so often so that you can keep your memories flowing with goodness. Youíll get tired of staring at the same artwork day after day. By mixing it up, youíll be able to showcase all of your favorite things throughout the year!

Posted by MDM Realty, Inc on 10/3/2017

Price isn't the only major factor that stops people from buying houses. In fact, there are adults who qualify for good fixed mortgage rates who opt not to buy a house. Part of the reason for this is history. As with any other life choice, past experiences living or owning a house matter.

What's keeping you from exiting rentals?

For example, if someone grew up watching his parents struggle to pay the mortgage to the point where his parents worked long hours, rarely spending time with him when he was a child, that person might attach home ownership to hard work, struggle and lack of work life balance. Avoiding poor work life balance for this guy could mean never buying a house.

In addition to price and past experiences, below are four other reasons why people choose to keep renting instead of buying a house. Although these four reasons are not all inclusive, they are major stalling agents:

  • Changing economies can create the fear that causes you to think that even if you could afford a house right now, a significant economic shift would easily put you in over your financial head
  • Adjustable rate mortgages can wreck as much damage on your ability to pay your mortgage as can a significant downward economic shift. With an adjustable rate mortgage, your monthly mortgage payment could start at $900 and shift upward to more than $1,200. A workaround for this is a fixed rate mortgage.
  • Job insecurity could be the result of a person going through two or more layoffs in less than 10 years. It goes without saying that a job layoff can put a person at great risk of not being able to afford a mortgage. To offset this fear, buy a house that requires no more than a third of your income. That way you could pay your mortgage if you took on part-time work until you found a permanent job.
  • Relationship changes like a divorce can also cause you to be cautious about owning a house, especially if you lost a previous house as part of a divorce.

Don't let fears keep you renting

You're right to think that owning a home will change your life. Where you might be wrong is in thinking that owning a house will drive you into prolonged debt or push you out of work life balance. You also might be surprised to discover that owning a house doesn't mean that you absolutely must take on unexpected repair expenses.

Should you buy a new house, you might enjoy seven years of repair free living. Regularly perform maintenance on your house from the first year that you own the home and decades  might pass before you have to deal with a major house repair.

If you're still afraid of potential repair expenses, engage in conversations with workers at your local home goods store. These workers could offer you free tips and advice on steps that you could take to deal with minor house repairs. Additionally, some home goods stores perform interior design work, saving you the time of finding an interior designer should you decide to upgrade your house.

Just don't talk yourself out of owning a house if that's what you really want to do. There are home ownership options that let you ease in owning a house. For instance, your pathway to home ownership could start with renting a house for a year through rent to own agreement.

Posted by MDM Realty, Inc on 10/2/2017

61 Hillando Dr, Shrewsbury, MA 01545



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Brand new Roof and Central AC!Welcome home to this shining star 4 bedroom Colonial in a quiet neighborhood close to route 9 for easy commuting. This home is in the middle of a horse shoe shaped street with a neighborhood playground that's fun for all. . Natural light floods into all the spaces which have neutral décor. Large eat in kitchen with Corian counters and a slider leading to the enormous 12x31 deck overlooking back yard all ready for your spring and summer get together. Living room has fireplace and there is a formal dining room with French doors. Master bedroom has walk in closet and a Hollywood style full bath. House has 2 car garage, central AC, Hardwood flooring in DR and family room, this house meets all your expectations and more.
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