Upper Cape Realty



Posted by Upper Cape Realty on 12/14/2018


2 Acorn Street (East), Wareham, MA 02558

Onset

Land

$115,000
Price

0.20
Acres
Residential
Land Type
Level lot well suited for a single or two family home. Sewer and Water at site. Beach on Broad Cove is just steps away. Tucked away yet easy walk to all Village activities.
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses






Tags: Wareham   Real Estate   Land   02558  
Categories: New Homes  


Posted by Upper Cape Realty on 12/12/2018

A homebuyer who considers the seller's perspective may be better equipped than others to enjoy a successful property buying experience. In fact, this buyer should have no trouble submitting a competitive offer to purchase – something that may lead to a fast home purchase.

Now, let's take a look at three tips to help you analyze the seller's perspective.

1. Review a Home Listing

A home listing provides a great opportunity to learn about a house. It also enables you to analyze how long a house has been available, a residence's features and other factors that may dictate your decision to pursue a residence.

Assess a home listing closely. If you believe your expectations fall in line with a seller's after reviewing a listing, you may want to consider setting up an in-person showing. Or, if you believe a home does not match expectations, you may want to continue to look for your dream house.

2. Check Out a House In-Person

If you find a home you may want to buy, it generally is a good idea to set up an in-person showing. At this point, you can see how a seller has maintained a house and determine if a home is right for you.

Typically, a real estate agent is ready to respond to a buyer's concerns and questions during a showing. This housing market professional may be able to provide insights into why a seller has listed his or her residence. And as a result, you can use these insights to make an informed decision about how to proceed with a house.

3. Understand the Local Housing Market

The local housing market fluctuates, and it may favor buyers or sellers. If you study the local real estate sector, you can differentiate a buyer's market from a seller's market – or vice-versa.

In a buyer's market, there may be an abundance of quality houses available at budget-friendly prices. On the other hand, in a seller's market, there may be a shortage of first-rate houses, and those that are available may be in high demand among buyers.

Keep in mind how a seller's perspective may vary based on the current housing market's conditions as well. If a buyer's market is in place, a seller may be ready to accept a competitive offer to purchase his or her residence. Conversely, in a seller's market, a seller may be reluctant to accept an offer to purchase that falls below his or her initial home asking price.

Lastly, as you get set to embark on the homebuying journey, you may want to hire a real estate agent. This housing market professional can teach you everything you need to know about buying a house. He or she can help you analyze the seller's perspective and make an informed home purchase too.

Ready to navigate the homebuying journey? Use the aforementioned tips, and you can assess the seller's perspective and boost the likelihood of enjoying a successful homebuying experience.




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Posted by Upper Cape Realty on 12/7/2018

This Single-Family in Plymouth, MA recently sold for $246,000. This Cape style home was sold by - Upper Cape Realty.


76 Dorothy Dr, Plymouth, MA 02360

Single-Family

$262,900
Price
$246,000
Sale Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
Just Reduced is this Cape located in good family neighborhood. Two bedrooms and bath on first floor, master bedroom, bath and open loft on 2nd floor. Fireplaced living room with wood floors. Tiled, kitchen. Nice Yard. Full basement is partially finished. This is a great neighborhood, close to elementary and all other Plymouth schools. This is a Home path property.






Categories: Sold Homes  


Posted by Upper Cape Realty on 12/5/2018

This Single-Family in Wareham, MA recently sold for $362,940. This Cape style home was sold by - Upper Cape Realty.


4 Cushman Rd, Wareham, MA 02571

Single-Family

$369,900
Price
$362,940
Sale Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
This beautiful home is located at the 2nd hole on LITTLE HARBOR Golf Course! This home was completely renovated 2 years ago and has a great floor plan! The 1st floor offers a bright kitchen with tons of cabinets, granite countertops and a tiled floor. Large dining room w/ hardwood floors & a full bath. Spacious 1st floor bedroom & a cozy living room with a wood burning brick fireplace. The 2nd floor has 2 big bedrooms w/huge closets and a full bath. Great yard with mature plantings, tons of parking and an outdoor shower with hot/cold water. Full basement, town water and passing septic! Perfect spot for entertaining as you watch golfers tee-off from the large deck. You can't beat this location! Right across the street from LH Country Club and just around the corner from sandy Little Harbor Beach! Smell the ocean air while watching the gorgeous sunsets! NO FLOOD INSURANCE NEEDED! You won't want to miss this opportunity!






Categories: Sold Homes  


Posted by Upper Cape Realty on 12/5/2018

Many of us will move home several times throughout our lives. Whether it’s relocating for work, needing a bigger house for children, or a quiet place to retire to, it’s likely that the home you live in now won’t be yours forever.

 As a result, many homeowners wonder what they can do to ensure their home will have a high resale value when the time comes to move on.

 The good news is that there are a lot of things you can do now that will give you a good return on investment when it comes to selling your home later. However, there are a few factors that affect a home’s valuation that are out of your control. We’ll talk about all of those factors below. So, read on for a list of the factors that affect your home’s resale value.

 The age of your home

Your house may not complain about it, but it isn’t getting any younger. Homes tend to slowly decrease in value over time. A home built in the late 1970s, even if it’s well taken care of, most likely won’t sell for the same price as a 15-year-old home.

There is one exception to the rule, however, and that is historical houses. Homes that are a century old can sell for top dollar because of the craftsmanship and history that the house contains.

Admittedly, this is a niche market, as many people just want a safe and efficient home to live in. However, there are some homebuyers who will put in a bit of extra work around the house for the chance to live inside of a piece of history.

Smart renovations

When you’re upgrading your house it’s important to remember how that upgrade will pay off years down the road. Some renovations will almost always give a good return on investment such as a finished basement or attic and improving efficiency via added insulation or replacing windows.

Renovations that match a very specific decorative taste or style could come back to haunt you. This includes bathroom sinks, kitchen cabinets, countertops, and other expensive projects that are subject to the next owner’s taste. While these upgrades can give a good return on your investment, they’re more likely to be successful if they fit the current trends of style and craftsmanship.

Neighborhood and town

One of the factors of home valuation that you have little control over is the town and neighborhood the house is located in. If there are closed down businesses, foreclosed and deteriorating homes then potential buyers might be turned off to the neighborhood.

Similarly, the town you live in has a lot to do with how much people are willing to spend. If you have easy access to interstate highways and large cities, highly rated schools, and good local infrastructure, then buyers are likely to take these into consideration when making an offer, as the average cost of a home in your town is likely higher than some surrounding towns.




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