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33 Poppasquash Rd, North Attleboro, MA 02760

Condo

$309,900
Price

8
Rooms
2
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Sun drenched townhouse in mint condition and located in a desirable complex; carefree living and one of the largest units with four finished levels. Private and prime location at the end of the cul-de-sac. Enter the unit and immediately you will notice the abundance of light. Spacious kitchen with stainless steel appliances; duel fuel cook’s dream gas stove, Corian counter tops, breakfast island and separate eating area with sliders to private deck. Light and bright living room with triple pane window, cathedral ceiling with skylight and interior balcony. Spacious master bedroom with access to main bath. 2nd bedroom and loft complete the second floor. Bonus 3rd floor den with 2 skylights is a terrific space to relax and watch tv or use as a guest bedroom. Finished lower level features a family room with sliders to patio, a laundry room and utility area. Security system, Central Vacuum. Well cared for unit with many updates. Complex has an attractive setting with walking trails.
Open House
Saturday
August 24 at 12:30 PM to 1:30 PM
Cannot make the Open Houses?
Location: 33 Poppasquash Rd, North Attleboro, MA 02760    Get Directions

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As you go on the house hunt, you’re likely to attend many different open houses. After awhile you can get confused as to what you have seen and where you saw it. Each open house or home showing is only a short window of time. As a buyer, you’re trying to get the feel for a house. Being an observant home shopper can help you to avoid a lot of problems down the road. Check out some of the biggest red flags that you need to look out for when you attend an open house.


The Candles Are Burning Bright


You walk into an open house and see a lovely candle lit on the kitchen table. While it may make you feel all warm and fuzzy, it’s not always a good sign. Candles are a great way to mask odors. There could possibly be a musty odor coming from the sink, the basement, or another part of the house. This spells hidden damage and possible danger for you as a homebuyer. While the home inspection should pick up on things like this, you don’t necessarily want to get that far in the process. The art of masking odors could be a sign that the sellers are trying to hide something.


Be Your Own Inspector


As you walk through the home do you notice squeaky floor boards, cracks in the walls, cracks in the ceilings, or a drippy faucet? Maybe you see some patches on the walls or mirrors and paintings that seem out of place? These are all issues that could be signs of a greater problem. Keep in mind that no house is perfect, but you should do a little investigating on your own while walking through the house at showings.


The Home Doesn’t Appear Cared For


Curb appeal is one thing, but a home that looks unkept is a sign of a larger problem for you. Has the lawn been mowed? Is the fence in disrepair? How does the home appear from the outside at first glance? There are plenty of ways that you can fix up a home to make it your own once you buy it, but the question is just how much of a challenge are you up for? There is always a chance that you’ll have large maintenance costs when a home hasn’t been properly maintained by the previous owners.


Searching for homes and going to open houses can be fun. It can also be an educational experience to help you narrow down what you’re looking for and what you can handle as a homeowner.            




33 Poppasquash Rd, North Attleboro, MA 02760

Condo

$309,900
Price

8
Rooms
2
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Sun drenched townhouse in mint condition and located in a desirable complex; carefree living and one of the largest units with four finished levels. Private and prime location at the end of the cul-de-sac. Enter the unit and immediately you will notice the abundance of light. Spacious kitchen with stainless steel appliances; duel fuel cook’s dream gas stove, Corian counter tops, breakfast island and separate eating area with sliders to private deck. Light and bright living room with triple pane window, cathedral ceiling with skylight and interior balcony. Spacious master bedroom with access to main bath. 2nd bedroom and loft complete the second floor. Bonus 3rd floor den with 2 skylights is a terrific space to relax and watch tv or use as a guest bedroom. Finished lower level features a family room with sliders to patio, a laundry room and utility area. Security system, Central Vacuum. Well cared for unit with many updates. Complex has an attractive setting with walking trails.
Open House
Saturday
August 10 at 12:00 PM to 1:30 PM
Cannot make the Open Houses?
Location: 33 Poppasquash Rd, North Attleboro, MA 02760    Get Directions

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30 Tracy Cir, Mansfield, MA 02048

East Mansfield

Single-Family

$415,000
Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Young Center entrance colonial in desirable neighborhood, "Deerfield Estates". Open and flexible floor plan. Front-to-back family room with hardwood floors and bay window providing lots of natural light. Formal dining room with hardwoods and bay window, perfect for entertaining guests. Kitchen features Stainless Steel Appliances, oak cabinets, separate eating area with slider to deck. Spacious Master Bedroom with walk-in closet, 2 additional bedrooms and full bath complete the second level. New vanities in both bathrooms. Finished lower level is a perfect space for a playroom or for relaxing and watching sporting events. Fenced in backyard with firepit and shed. Town Sewerage. Great locatiion with easy access to schools, T-station, bike path and highways.
Open House
Sunday
August 04 at 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM
Showings start at the Open House on Sunday 11:30-1:00 PM
Cannot make the Open Houses?
Location: 30 Tracy Cir, Mansfield, MA 02048    Get Directions

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For a home seller, hosting an open house can be a double-edged sword.

On the one hand, an open house provides an opportunity to showcase your residence to large groups of prospective homebuyers. Conversely, hosting an open house also requires lots of preparation, and getting ready for an open house may prove to be overwhelming, time-consuming and costly.

Lucky for you, we're here to help host an unforgettable open house.

Now, let's take a look at three factors that a home seller needs to consider before an open house.

1. The Current Condition of Your Home

Although you might believe that your home is currently open house-ready, it may need some work. Fortunately, there are many ways to learn about the strengths and weaknesses of your residence and plan your open house accordingly.

For example, a home appraisal may prove to be exceedingly valuable. This appraisal enables a home inspector to review your residence both inside and out. Then, he or she can offer home improvement recommendations so that you can upgrade your residence as needed.

Take a home appraisal report seriously. By doing so, a home seller can transform an ordinary residence into one that matches or exceeds homebuyers' expectations during an open house.

2. The Home's Interior or Exterior

Homebuyers are drawn to residences that feature dazzling gardens, clutter-free interiors and other stunning features. Thus, a home seller who dedicates the necessary time and resources to bolster a house's interior and exterior can increase the likelihood of hosting a successful open house.

To improve a home's interior, a home seller can scrub the floors, clean the walls and ceilings and perform assorted home interior maintenance and improvements. In addition, a home seller should depersonalize and declutter a home's interior as much as possible.

Comparatively, to enhance a house's exterior, a home seller should mow the front lawn, clear debris and dust from exterior walkways and ensure the house looks great to passers-by. With simple home exterior improvements, a home seller can boost a house's curb appeal and help a home stand out from other available residences.

3. Your Real Estate Agent

Let's face it – prepping for an open house can be stressful. However, a real estate agent can help a home seller get ready for the best- and worst-case scenarios.

A real estate agent will help a home seller prepare his or her residence for an open house. Next, he or she will promote the open house to potential homebuyers and collect feedback from them throughout the event.

After an open house reaches its conclusion, a real estate agent will offer honest, unbiased insights into the event. He or she also will keep you up to date about any potential home offers and ensure you can make informed home selling decisions.

Take the guesswork out of preparing for an open house. Consider the aforementioned factors, and you can get your residence ready for an open house in no time at all.




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