Metrowest Area Homes Team - RE/MAX Executive Realty | Hopkinton MA Real Estate



45 School St, Upton, MA 01568

Single-Family

$444,900
Price

8
Rooms
4
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
This is the one you have waited for! young 4 bedroom, 2.5 bathroom Upton Colonial. Brand New Kitchen with Granite, NEW Roof/ NEW Windows/ NEW Water heater/ NEW exterior paint - big ticket items done! Kitchen remodel complete with stainless steel, granite, tile flooring! Bathrooms revamped! Family room with fireplace, formal living/office space, dining room, Oversized, attached 2 car garage and laundry room round out first floor. Upstairs you will find four large bedrooms to include a large master with walk-in closet and private en-suite bath. Exterior recently painted and newly installed gutters! Beautiful 0.74 acres of landscaped yard surrounded by Stone Walls invites you to spend summer nights on the 3 season porch. Don't miss this one.
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses

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For home sellers, accepting a homebuyer's offer represents one of many steps you'll need to complete to finalize your home sale. In fact, accepting a homebuyer's proposal provides no guarantees, and a homebuyer likely will conduct a home inspection that may determine whether he or she moves forward with a home purchase.

Ultimately, a home inspection may make or break your home sale. But if you spend some time preparing for a home inspection, you can improve your chances of accelerating the home selling process.

Here are three tips to help home sellers get ready for a home inspection.

1. Clean Up Your Home's Interior and Exterior

A home inspector will investigate every nook and cranny of your house. As such, you'll want to ensure your residence dazzles when a home inspector visits, as any flaw could damage your chances of finalizing your home sale.

Conduct an extensive clean-up of your house's interior and exterior – you'll be happy you did. With a neat, tidy home, you'll be able to improve your chances of making a positive impression on a home inspector.

Plus, evaluating your residence before a home inspection ensures you can identify and address any minor flaws before the evaluation. That way, you'll be able to eliminate any problems and improve your chances of a fast, seamless home inspection that won't jeopardize your home sale.

2. Ensure All Areas of Your Home Are Easily Accessible

A home inspector will want to examine your hot water heater, your home's siding and more, so you'll want to make every area of your home easily accessible to a home inspector to guarantee he or she can perform the assessment properly.

Although a home inspector may uncover a variety of problems with your residence, the assessment represents a valuable learning opportunity for both you and the homebuyer. Thus, if all areas of your home are easily accessible, you may be able to make the most of this opportunity, learn about hidden problems with your residence and work to resolve these issues accordingly.

3. Consult with Your Real Estate Agent

Let's face it – a home inspection can be stressful, particularly for home sellers who want to finalize a home sale as soon as possible. Luckily, your real estate agent can help you minimize stress and ensure you know exactly what to expect before, during and after a home inspection.

Your real estate agent can answer any of your home inspection questions and ensure you are fully prepared for the assessment. In addition, your real estate agent will collaborate with you and the homebuyer. And if problems are discovered during a home inspection, your real estate agent will help you determine the best course of action.

When it comes to a home inspection, there is no need to worry. If you use the aforementioned tips to prepare for a home inspection, you'll be able to improve your chances of speeding up the home selling process.


This Single-Family in Holliston, MA recently sold for $600,000. This Colonial style home was sold by Metrowest Area Homes Team - RE/MAX Executive Realty.


6 Pine Oak st, Holliston, MA 01746

Single-Family

$599,950
Price
$600,000
Sale Price

10
Rooms
4
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Welcome home! Imagine your own peaceful oasis, expansive and elegant enough to accommodate extended family and friends, yet intimate enough for quiet evenings with the family. If this dream setting describes your perfect home, look no further! This newly constructed 4 bed/2.5bath property in the highly-coveted Holliston community exquisitely utilizes every inch of its 3000SF dimensions with all the modern environmental approaches built in to save you money and give you great peace of mind. This is a home filled with character and warmth; a place where memories and laughter are shared. If you like light, warmth and impeccable luxury finishes, you will feel right at home in this spectacular residence! This home has amazing curb appeal from all angles and claims a peaceful location on a quiet cul-de-sac for perfect privacy. Tucked away in a wonderful neighborhood, this home enjoys close proximity to several premier schools as well as the beautiful Pinecrest Golf Club.

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17 Lot 21 S. Mill St, Hopkinton, MA 01748

Single-Family

$1,129,900
Price

9
Rooms
4
Beds
4
Baths
Now under Construction, perfect time to customize to your taste. Braim Farm Estates, final 6 wooded estate lots of 16 lot subdivision, Award winning builder known for quality and detail, wainscoting, custom trim, coffered ceilings, custom built ins (as per plans). The Whitney model shown features Vaulted 20 by 20 Family room with transom windows, 1st floor study, very large 25x18 eat in kitchen, coffered ceiling living room. 1st floor study and full bath. 2 bedrooms with walk in closets, third with private bath. Master with 10 ft ceiling, sitting area and large his and hers walk in closets. Master bath with free standing tub, full tile / glass shower with body sprays. Dark Stained wood floors on first floor rooms and second floor landing, terrific walkout basement to very nice yard and woods. 3 car garages, Generous allowances and Landscape package. Luxurious Kitchens with Hi End Thermador appliances. 9 foot foundation pour. Interior photos are different plans by same builder
Open House
Sunday
October 15 at 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
Five lots remaining two homes under construction now is the time to customize to your taste
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Location: 17 Lot 21 S. Mill St, Hopkinton, MA 01748    Get Directions

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For home sellers who want to do whatever it takes to enhance a house's interior, depersonalization is key.

By depersonalizing a house's interior, a home seller can make it easy for a homebuyer to envision what life might be like if he or she purchases a residence. That way, a home seller can increase the likelihood of a fast, seamless and profitable home selling experience.

Effectively depersonalizing a home's interior can be simple – here are three areas that a home seller needs to consider to depersonalize a house's interior:

1. Photographs

Although photographs of loved ones, celebrations and family vacations may hang throughout your residence, now is the right time to take them down if you're selling your house.

Removing photographs from all walls and shelves is necessary to effectively depersonalize a house. In addition, don't forget to hide any photographs located in a home office.

2. Antiques

Antiques are beautiful treasures that deserve to be displayed. However, if you're selling your house, it may be worthwhile to temporarily store these items outside your residence.

When it comes to antiques, it is always better to err on the side of caution. If you have priceless treasures that need to be removed from your house, you should allocate the necessary time and resources to store them properly. This will enable you to minimize the risk of damage to your antiques while you sell your home.

In some instances, renting a storage unit for your antiques may prove to be a great idea. Or, if you have a family member or friend who has extra storage space available, he or she may be able to hold your antiques until your residence sells.

3. Artwork

Awe-inspiring artwork can help you show off your unique personality. But if you have bold paintings, sculptures or other artwork in your home, you may want to remove these items while your house is listed on the real estate market.

Artwork sometimes can be distracting, and as a result, may make it tough for homebuyers to imagine what life could be like if they purchase your house. Also, if artwork takes up lots of space, it might be difficult for homebuyers to see the full potential of your living space.

If you need help with depersonalizing your house's interior, you should reach out to a real estate agent for support.

A real estate agent understands how to showcase a residence to homebuyers. As such, he or she will offer honest, unbiased recommendations to help you depersonalize your residence's interior and ensure your home will capture homebuyers' attention.

Furthermore, a real estate agent can serve as your guide along the home selling journey. He or she will set up home showings and open houses, negotiate with homebuyers on your behalf and respond to your home selling concerns and questions at any time.

Ready to depersonalize your house's interior? Consider the aforementioned areas, and you can give your home's interior a fresh look and feel before you list your residence.




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