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Posted by Lisa Santilli on 11/16/2017


2 COSMOS STREET, North Reading, MA 01864

Condo

$579,900
Price

6
Rooms
2
Beds
2/2
Full/Half Baths
You’ll love this inviting, new construction detached/townhouse-style colonial with spectacular panoramic views of Martins Pond. This 2-3 bedroom, 2 full, 2 half bathroom home will give you 2,400 sf of generous space to move about (without losing that quaint, cozy atmosphere when it's time to cuddle up by the fireplace with a good book). Wake up each morning to awe-inspiring sunrises and drift off to sleep each night with the tranquil sounds of nature. Features include an open floor plan, generous room sizes, plenty of storage and three finished levels, including a sunny, finished walk out lower level with slider to a patio and small back yard. House has docking rights and can accommodate a 45 x 8 foot dock. This house is situated in a friendly community with an award-winning school system, just thirty minutes from Boston. Call today to see this special offering with an exceptional view!
Open House
Sunday
November 19 at 12:00 PM to 1:30 PM
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Location: 2 COSMOS STREET, North Reading, MA 01864    Get Directions

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Posted by Lisa Santilli on 11/13/2017

Dealing with a lot of stress as you try to sell your house? You're not alone. Fortunately, there are many great ways to minimize stress during the home selling process, including: 1. Prepare Before You List Your Home on the Real Estate Market A diligent home seller will prepare for the best and worst case scenarios, ensuring he or she is ready to deal with any challenges that may arise. For instance, you should conduct extensive research before you list your house on the real estate market. By doing so, you can determine a fair price for your residence and may be able to reduce the need for potentially stressful negotiations with prospective homebuyers. Don't forget to get your home appraised, too. A home appraisal will enable you to find out what your home is worth and discover ways to boost the value of your house as well. 2. Try to Focus on the Positives Unfortunately, when it comes to selling your home, it's often easy to see lots of negatives. From homebuyers who seemingly demand the world from you to the stress associated with keeping your home pristine in the event that you need to host a home showing on short notice, these negatives can add up quickly. And as such, they can cause a tremendous amount of stress. As a home seller, it's important to focus on the positives of your day-to-day life and use these positives to outweigh the negatives frequently associated with selling a home. Whether it's spending time with family members and friends or simply going for a walk on your own, there are many stress-relieving activities that you can enjoy any time you choose. Try to find stress-relieving activities that make you smile, and you should have no trouble maintaining a positive outlook as you try to sell your residence. 3. Work with a Dependable Real Estate Professional Why should you leave your home sale to chance? Instead, work with a reliable real estate agent, and you can minimize stress throughout the home selling process. Many real estate agents are available, and you should try to find one who will collaborate with you during every stage of the home selling journey. Ideally, the perfect real estate agent will possess extensive industry knowledge that makes him or her qualified to sell your residence. You also should strive to find a real estate professional who understands your wants and needs and will stand by your side in both good times and bad. Perhaps most important, your real estate agent should be ready to answer any concerns or questions that you may have at any time. Thus, this professional will be able to help you relieve stress and streamline the process of selling your house. There's no reason to let stress get the best of you as you try to generate interest in your home. But with the aforementioned tips, you'll be able to alleviate stress throughout the home selling process.





Posted by Lisa Santilli on 11/8/2017


2 COSMOS STREET, North Reading, MA 01864

Condo

$579,900
Price

6
Rooms
2
Beds
2/2
Full/Half Baths
You’ll love this inviting, new construction detached/townhouse-style colonial with spectacular panoramic views of Martins Pond. This 2-3 bedroom, 2 full, 2 half bathroom home will give you 2,400 sf of generous space to move about (without losing that quaint, cozy atmosphere when it's time to cuddle up by the fireplace with a good book). Wake up each morning to awe-inspiring sunrises and drift off to sleep each night with the tranquil sounds of nature. Features include an open floor plan, generous room sizes, plenty of storage and three finished levels, including a sunny, finished walk out lower level with slider to a patio and small back yard. House has docking rights and can accommodate a 45 x 8 foot dock. This house is situated in a friendly community with an award-winning school system, just thirty minutes from Boston. Call today to see this special offering with an exceptional view!
Open House
Sunday
November 12 at 12:00 PM to 1:30 PM
Cannot make the Open Houses?
Location: 2 COSMOS STREET, North Reading, MA 01864    Get Directions

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Posted by Lisa Santilli on 11/8/2017


2 COSMOS STREET, North Reading, MA 01864

Single-Family

$579,900
Price

6
Rooms
2
Beds
2/2
Full/Half Baths
You'll love this inviting, new construction colonial with spectacular panoramic views of Martins Pond. This 2-3 bedroom, 2 full, 2 half bathroom home will give you 2,400 sf of generous space to move about (without losing that quaint, cozy atmosphere when it's time to cuddle up by the fireplace with a good book). Wake up each morning to awe-inspiring sunrises and drift off to sleep each night with the tranquil sounds of nature. Features include an open floor plan, generous room sizes, plenty of storage and three finished levels, including a sunny, finished walk out lower level with slider to a patio and small back yard. House has docking rights and can accommodate a 45 x 8 foot dock. This house is situated in a friendly community with an award-winning school system, just thirty minutes from Boston. Call today to see this special offering with an exceptional view!
Open House
Sunday
November 12 at 12:00 PM to 1:30 PM
Cannot make the Open Houses?
Location: 2 COSMOS STREET, North Reading, MA 01864    Get Directions

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Posted by Lisa Santilli on 11/6/2017

Buying a home is a very detail-oriented process, and there's a lot of important things you can overlook if you're not organized.

Home buyers generally have the opportunity to do a last-minute inspection of the premises to make sure everything's up to standards prior to closing on the property.

A real estate buyer's agent can accompany you on the final inspection or provide you with advice on what to look for.

If you've already visited the home a couple times and had the house professionally inspected, you're probably well-acquainted with any major malfunctions, flaws, or repair issues. In many cases, home buyers may reach an agreement with the seller to fix, replace, or make allowances for mechanical or cosmetic problems. While real estate negotiations and sales agreements are as varied as the people and properties involved, there are typically dozens of things buyers need to check on before they sign the final documents and accept ownership of the property.

Final Walkthrough Tips

As you're doing the final walk-through of the house, it's necessary to remember or have notes on the condition of the home when you last looked at it. You'll also want to have a clear idea of what appliances, fixtures, and window treatments are supposed to be remain in the house after it's been vacated by the seller. Depending on how close your final walk-through is to the actual closing, that has probably already happened.

If there's anything missing that the seller agreed to include in the sale, then that's an issue you'll want to discuss with your real estate agent or attorney. Any property damage that may have resulted from moving furniture and other belongings should also be discussed before final papers are signed. The same thing would apply to landscaping changes that appear to be inconsistent with the sales agreement. Your buyer's agent and/or lawyer can serve as intermediary in getting these issues clarified and ironed out.

To make sure your final inspection is thorough, it's a good idea to have a "final walk-through checklist" to help keep you organized and focused. You'll want to take a last-minute inventory of items that are supposed to be included with the property sale, such as appliances, lighting fixtures, furnishings, window treatments, children's play structures, hot tubs, and anything else that was agreed to in the sales contract.

Other items you'll need access to may include garage door openers, manuals for appliances and mechanical systems, warranties, invoices for repairs made, and remote control devices for things like ceiling fans, alarms, and other systems.

Your checklist and final walkthrough should focus on a variety of items, including the working condition of appliances, the electrical system, plumbing fixtures, and the condition of walls, floors, ceilings, doors, windows, and landscaping features. For a complete checklist, look online or consult your real estate agent.