The Donna Caissie Team - Oxford, MA Real Estate, Auburn, MA Real Estate, and surrounding towns

This Multi-Family in Fitchburg, MA recently sold for $251,000. This style home was sold by Donna Caissie & Sandra Terlizzi - Emerson Realtors.

63 Hartford St, Fitchburg, MA 01420



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Incredibly well maintained 2 family on nice dead end street right on the Leominster border. This home had a new roof placed on it in 2017. Each unit has a very large family room and kitchen. Both units come with gas ovens, refrigerator, dishwasher, washer, and dryer. First floor unit equipped with central air. Utilities are separately metered. Home will be delivered vacant. Great for an investment or a first home!

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Establishing a competitive initial asking price for your house often can be difficult. Fortunately, we're here to help you determine the ideal asking price for your home, regardless of the current housing market's conditions.

Now, let's take a look at three tips to help you set the right initial asking price for your home.

1. Study the Housing Market

How does your residence stack up against the competition? Evaluate the prices of comparable houses in your city or town, and you can narrow your home price range.

Furthermore, it helps to examine the prices of recently sold residences in your area. With this housing market data, you can find out whether you're preparing to enter a buyer's or seller's market. Then, you can map out your home pricing strategy accordingly.

2. Conduct a Home Appraisal

A home appraisal offers a valuable learning tool for a home seller. It allows a seller to receive expert insights into the value of his or her residence. As a result, a seller can get a property valuation from a home appraiser and use this figure to establish a competitive home asking price.

In addition, it may be beneficial to conduct a home inspection prior to listing your house. An inspection enables you to learn about any problems that may affect your house's value. And if you choose, you can use a home inspection report to prioritize assorted home repairs that may help you boost the value of your house.

3. Collaborate with a Real Estate Agent

If you're unsure about how to price your residence, there is no need to stress. In fact, you can hire a real estate agent to receive comprehensive support at each stage of the home selling journey.

A real estate agent is happy to help you assess your house and determine the right price for it. He or she is unafraid to be honest, and as such, will offer unbiased home pricing recommendations. That way, you can establish a competitive price from day one of the home selling journey and increase the likelihood of a quick home sale.

Also, a real estate agent goes above and beyond the call of duty to assist a home seller. This housing market professional will set up home showings and open house events to showcase your residence to prospective buyers. Plus, he or she will keep you up to date about offers on your residence. A real estate agent will even negotiate with a buyer's agent on your behalf to ensure you can maximize your home sale earnings.

Perhaps best of all, a real estate agent will respond to your queries throughout the home selling journey. If you ever have home selling concerns or questions, you can simply talk to your real estate agent and receive expert support.

Take the guesswork out of pricing your residence – use the aforementioned tips, and you can set a competitive price for your home in any housing market, at any time.

This Single-Family in Oxford, MA recently sold for $285,000. This Ranch style home was sold by Donna Caissie & Sandra Terlizzi - Emerson Realtors.



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Meticulously maintained 3 bedroom Ranch nestled on a dead-end street. Updates include Roof, windows, lighting, electrical panel, hybrid hot water heater, 6 panel wood doors, kitchen and bathroom remodels! A buyer will love the mint composite deck just off the kitchen. Enjoy your morning coffee or evening glass of wine in privacy. Fenced yard! The kitchen has a built in island, under cabinet lighting and 3 year old appliances. The sunny living room has custom wainscoting and is open to the kitchen. You will find the home very comfortable and inviting. All neutral colors! Fresh paint. The yard offers some wonderful perennials ready to burst for the season. A 12x12 storage shed. Security system. This is a very nice home that has been loved by the same owner for many years. A job transfer is the only reason it is being sold. Schedule to see this lovely home.

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3 JUNE STREET, Oxford, MA 01540



4 Bedroom Cape on a desirable corner lot. Offer 1800+ GLA! The home is solid and features spacious 4 bedrooms, 2 full bathrooms, Hardwood floors, FP living room, convenient heated entry mudroom that adjoins the oversized 2 car garage and walkout to the back yard!. The SEPTIC, ROOF and WINDOWS have all been updated over the last 3/4 years. Seller can include an entire house hold of items with the sale...from dishes, to furniture, to lawncare items! There is an over abundance of kitchen cabinets and closet space throughout the house. Built ins. I encourage you to come view and see for yourself. Great property with many comforting features! Shopping and easy highway access!
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Have you been fantasizing about giving your green thumb free rein but are dealing with a limited amount of room in your outdoor living space? Perhaps you've got active children in the household who need backyard space to work off all that energy, or maybe your yard is just small. If so, you'll be glad to know that there's hope for those freshly picked vegetables, herbs and flowers you've been dreaming of cultivating. Many homeowners in your position have turned to vertical gardening as an alternative to the traditional horizontal gardening spot, and they're finding they like this approach even better. Here's what you need to know about vertical gardening:

Vertical Gardens Can Be Anything You Want Them to Be

Otherwise known as green walls, vertical gardens are highly customizable -- you can use them to grow a huge variety of herbaceous perennials or annuals. You can choose to fill them up with flowering annuals for a vibrant aesthetic, ferns for a woodland effect, strawberries for treats at the table and culinary herbs to spice up your meals. They can be small affairs designed to hold a few herbs and fit neatly right outside your kitchen door, or they can be cover entire walls from ground to roof-level with cascades of greenery and flowers. You don't need to stop at just one, either -- many homeowners have multiple vertical gardens because they enjoy them so much they can't seem to stop after they get started. 

Getting Started With Your Vertical Garden

If you're the do-it-yourself type, you can construct your own vertical garden frame using lumber, plastic sheeting and landscaping fabric. A variety of easy-to-follow plans are available depending on the which size works best for the space. If you're the creative type, you can craft vertical gardening frames out of discarded pallets. If you're like many busy homeowners, however, your time is limited. Because vertical gardening has caught on throughout the country, you can purchase whatever size of ready-made frame you need from your local home and garden retailer.

Other Benefits of Vertical Gardening

A vertical garden also provides a great way to cover a not-so-attractive wall or pull together an unfinished outdoor aesthetic by adding vertical balance. Perhaps one of the greatest advantages of vertical gardening is that you aren't constantly bending and stooping the way you would be while working in a garden planted on a horizontal plot, and your back will thank you at the end of every gardening session. Vertical gardens also offer good ways to get the kids interested in learning about how plants grow. 

Even if you've got ample garden space in your yard, why not give a vertical garden a whirl as well?