Sherry Bourque - RE/MAX Main Street Associates



Posted by Sherry Bourque on 5/23/2020


196 Kingsbury Ave, Haverhill, MA 01835

Bradford

Single-Family

$519,900
Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
Bradford beauty featuring 7 rooms, 3 bedrooms, 2 full baths, over 3000 sq. ft. on gorgeous .34 acre private sanctuary with beautiful perennial gardens . Not your average split level, and definitely not a drive by property! Open concept and updated, cabinet packed kitchen with granite counter tops, open to gigantic fireplaced great room, with cathedral ceiling, this room over looks majestic yard and spacious deck for entertaining. Fireplaced living room and two spacious bedrooms complete the first floor. The lower level features 3rd bedroom with fireplace and large walk in closet. Bonus room - fantastic game room , you don't need a game room? Then you can convert back to 2 stall garage. Central air, public water and sewer.
Open House
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Categories: New Homes  


Posted by Sherry Bourque on 5/20/2020

This Condo in Haverhill, MA recently sold for $190,000. This Garden style home was sold by Sherry Bourque - RE/MAX Main Street Associates.


108 Hunters Run Pl, Haverhill, MA 01832

Condo

$200,000
Price
$190,000
Sale Price

5
Rooms
2
Beds
1
Baths
Private showings only! Appointments available as soon as Saturday 4/11/20. One level living on 1st floor of the building. Kitchen has stainless steel appliances and plenty of cabinet space, which leads to the dining area. Master bedroom is good size and has walk-in closet. Slider in living room leads to a patio that you can relax and enjoy the garden. Laundry is in unit for added convenience. Plenty of visitor parking. Close to shopping and restaurants.

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Categories: Sold Homes  


Posted by Sherry Bourque on 5/18/2020


11 Willowdale Dr, Merrimac, MA 01860

Single-Family

$554,900
Price

9
Rooms
3
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Priced Reduced! View our Matterport 3D Tour . This Traditional Colonial with over-sized 2 car attached garage, situated in one of Merrimac's most desirable cul-de-sacs . For over 25 years this home has been meticulously maintained by 1 owner. Kitchen appliances have recently been upgraded to stainless steel. Highlights include 3 Large second floor Bedrooms, The large master has a full bath and walk in closet. The finished 3rd floor (35x16) could be used as a 4th bedroom, office, playroom or both! Enjoy the living room with fireplace and is located next to the formal dining room providing add'l space for entertaining or relaxation. Hardwood chair rails, and wainscoting add the elegant finishing touches. The finished basement is the perfect place for a play room.
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No scheduled Open Houses

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Posted by Sherry Bourque on 5/17/2020

As you complete the final steps of the home selling process, it is important to cancel various everyday house services prior to moving day. In fact, some of the essential services that you may need to cancel include:

1. Electric

Notify your electric company about your plans to move. You also can tell the company how much longer you will be staying in your house and provide it with a forwarding address for your final invoice.

Ultimately, you should provide your electric company with at least a few weeks' notice about your plans to relocate. This will ensure that you and the electric company can work together to settle your final bill.

2. Cable and Internet

If you like your current cable and internet services provider, you may be able to transfer your current services to your new location. And if you call your cable and internet services provider and speak with a customer service agent, you can find out exactly how to do that.

Of course, there may be instances where you need to cancel your cable and internet services. If you are moving to a city or town where your current cable and internet services provider is unavailable, for example, you may need to cancel your services.

3. Water

Contact your local water company and give it the news about your moving plans. This will ensure that you won't be billed for any water services after your moving date.

Don't wait until the last minute to notify your water services provider about your move, either. Remember, the sooner you inform your water services provider about your moving plans, the sooner you can guarantee that any water services in your name will be discontinued once you relocate from your current address.

As the day of your home closing approaches, it helps to plan ahead as much as possible. If you collaborate with a real estate agent throughout the property selling journey, you can get the help you need to overcome any potential house selling hurdles.

A real estate agent is a house selling expert, and as such, will serve as a helpful guide throughout the property selling journey. First, a real estate agent will learn about you and your home. He or she next will craft a custom property selling strategy, one that ensures you can quickly sell your residence and maximize its value. Then, a real estate agent will list your residence, promote it to prospective buyers and set up house showings and open house events. And once you receive an accept an offer to purchase your residence, a real estate agent will make it easy for you to finalize your home sale.

When it comes to selling a house, it often helps to hire a real estate agent. By employing a real estate agent, you can receive in-depth insights at each stage of the house selling journey. And as a result, you can quickly and effortlessly accomplish your desired home selling results.





Posted by Sherry Bourque on 5/10/2020

In a sellerís market, you shouldnít have a home thatís simply sitting there. If a home isnít selling and the market is hot, something must be wrong. There are many different reasons that your home isnít selling. Below, youíll discover some of those issues and what you can due to remedy the problems.


You Need To Adjust Your Expectations


Many people put their homes on the market expecting high results. While itís good to have confidence, it can be detrimental to your home sale. Great expectations can lead to an overpriced home, a lack in marketing efforts, or lowering the price of the home too late. All of these situations can be detrimental to your home sale. Research and hiring a realtor to help you with the sale can keep you organized and assist ou in staying on top of the market. 


 You Donít Understand Home Values


If youíre selling your home on your own, you may not have priced the property correctly especially if you have no professional experience. This is where a realtor comes in. A real estate agent can do the professional market research that finds the sweet spot for a price on a home for sale. Knowing that price is one of the best ways to sell your home fast. Without a well-valued home, it could sit idle in a good market. 


Your Home Is Neglected


If you have been neglecting various projects around your home, you could find that itís more difficult to sell your home. Buyers want the best house for the lowest possible price. Homes that have been properly maintained with the right HVAC maintenance, yard upkeep, and regular appliance services are more likely to be scooped up fast by buyers. 


Before your home even goes on the market, you should do any tasks around the house that you have been neglecting. The investment of both time and money will be worth it for you in the long term when you go to sell your home. 


The Photos Arenít Professional


The marketing efforts used to sell a home are very important. On the top of this list is the photos that represent the house. Most home buyers begin their search online. This means the first impression that they get of your home is from pictures. If these are not well done, it could be very detrimental to your home sale. 


For good photos, be sure that you get rid of all the clutter from your space before the pictures are taken. Itís really best to hire a professional to deal with his aspect of home marketing. If you must take the photos on your own, using a better camera than that a cell phone provides can really be a step up in the picture taking process.


              







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