Posted by Liberty Real Estate on 9/20/2019


6 French Rd, Templeton, MA 01468

Single-Family

$319,000
Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Spacious 2500+ sq. ft. colonial w/ 2 car garage & SOLAR PANELS (owned) on 1.2 acres! First floor features large eat in kitchen with island & stainless-steel appliances, living room & dining room boasting crown molding & wainscoting, and half bath. Hardwoods throughout first floor w/ tiled kitchen & bath. Second floor features a massive master bedroom w/ tray ceiling, walk in ENORMOUS closet, private bathroom w/ corner jacuzzi tub, & another adjoining room perfect for a nursery or an office, another full bathroom, 2 good sized bedrooms, office, & laundry room. Additional sq. footage in finished area in basement for exercise room, family room, playroom, etc.! SELLERS ARE OFFERING A $3,000 CREDIT BACK AT CLOSING FOR NEW CARPETS.
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Posted by Liberty Real Estate on 9/18/2019

This Single-Family in Gardner, MA recently sold for $242,900. This Colonial style home was sold by - Liberty Real Estate.


354 Leo Dr, Gardner, MA 01440

Single-Family

$239,900
Price
$242,900
Sale Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Colonial home in great neighborhood offering 3 bedrooms and 1.5 baths. Freshly painted exterior, kitchen with refinished cabinets and stainless-steel appliances, renovated bathrooms w/ tile flooring. Large kitchen opens to dining area, living room with fireplace & newer pergo flooring, new slider doors off kitchen to oversized deck overlooking private back yard with above ground pool, swing set, and storage shed! Upstairs features new carpeted stairs, 3 good sized bedrooms all with newer pergo flooring, and a full bathroom. Loft bed in 3rd bedroom to convey with property.

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Posted by Liberty Real Estate on 9/18/2019

Receiving a low offer on a home can be frustrating for a seller. But, youíre likely to see at least one or two offers on your property that are lower than you would like.

Right now, the housing market is filled with young professionals burdened with student loans, rising costs of living, and stagnating wages. So, itís no wonder that theyíre trying to save money anywhere they can.

In todayís post, weíre going to talk about what to do when you get a low offer so you can set yourself up for a sale that youíre happy with.

Donít refuse outright

The first thing to know about low offers is that they can sometimes turn into something that both you and the buyer are happy with. Many successful home sales started at a number that the seller considered too low, but--through negotiation--was brought to a higher price and better deal overall.

Many sellers are uncomfortable with the idea of negotiation. Most people seldom negotiate prices unless they are buying a car, and even then would prefer to avoid the hassle.

For others, negotiation is a normal part of everyday life. Flatout refusing an offer, especially if you arenít receiving many other higher offers, could be a missed opportunity.

Compare your asking price with similar homes nearby

Odds are that you and your agent have already done your research and found an asking price that is comparable in your neighborhood. But home prices fluctuate. To reassure yourself that your asking price is fair, take another look at homes up for sale that are around the same age and size of your home.

Take time to craft a counteroffer

Once youíve had time to talk the offer over with your family and real estate agent (and maybe vented a bit), itís time to come up with a counteroffer.

There are a few options for making a counteroffer that donít involve significantly lowering the amount you stand to gain from the home sale. First, you could offer to relieve the buyer of some of the closing costs, such as paying for the inspection. Or, if you planned on leaving new appliances in the home, you could lower your asking price but take the appliances when you move.

Weigh your options

If the buyer still wonít raise their offer close to your asking price, itís probably a good time to move on and rethink your sale strategy.

Take some time to consider the sale as a whole. If you arenít receiving many other offers, it might be time to consider lowering to price or rethinking your marketing plan. You might consider repainting and taking new photos, or changing up your listing to highlight some other features of the house.





Posted by Liberty Real Estate on 9/12/2019


Lot 1 Lord Rd., Templeton, MA 01468

Land

$90,000
Price

21.72
Acres
Residential
Land Type
Large private 21.72 acre wooded lot in desirable Templeton location. Located on a quiet paved road just a few minutes from center of town, and minutes to Rt. 2., 233 Ft. of frontage with town water at street, private septic. Buyers responsible for due diligence, tests & building permits. Lot is located after house #123 and before house #143.
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Posted by Liberty Real Estate on 9/11/2019

If you recently bought or sold a house and plan to move out of state, now is the time to start planning for moving day. By doing so, you can ensure that you're fully prepared to take all of your belongings to your new address.

Now, let's take a look at three tips to help you prep for an out-of-state move.

1. Create a Moving Calendar and Budget

Determine how much time is available before moving day. Then, you can put together a list of items that you will need to pack, along with various pre-moving day tasks that must be completed. With this plan in place, you'll be better equipped than ever before to seamlessly navigate the moving process.

Also, don't forget to budget for your out-of-state move. If you craft a budget today, you can avoid the risk of overspending on moving boxes and other moving supplies.

2. Don't Wait to Start Packing

Moving day will be here soon enough, and as such, there is no reason to wait to start packing your belongings.

Enlist friends and family members to help you pack Ė you'll be glad you did. With loved ones at your side, you can get plenty of assistance as you prep your belongings for your out-of-state move.

In addition, you may want to contact a moving company that specializes in out-of-state moves. If you hire a moving company, you can receive comprehensive support throughout the moving cycle.

3. Cancel Various Services

Reach out to your current utilities providers, along with cable, internet and phone services providers. This will allow you to find out exactly what you'll need to do to cancel various services prior to moving day.

Remember to connect with services providers in your new city or town too. If you contact these services providers today, you can guarantee that all of your essential services can be set up as soon as you reach your new address.

Lastly, if you need help getting ready for an out-of-state move, you may want to reach out to a real estate agent. By collaborating with a housing market professional, you may be able to simplify the moving cycle.

A real estate agent is happy to help you buy or sell a house, as well as connect you with the best moving companies in your area. That way, you can receive plenty of assistance as you count down the days to your out-of-state move.

Furthermore, a real estate agent is happy to provide expert insights into the housing market. If you need to find a new house out of state, this housing market professional can help you discover a great residence at a budget-friendly price. Or, if you need to sell your current residence, a real estate agent will help you find the best ways to optimize the value of your house.

When it comes to moving out of state, why should you be forced to leave anything to chance? Instead, use the aforementioned tips, and you can streamline the out-of-state moving process.




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