Michelle Gillespie - Keller Williams Realty



Posted by Michelle Gillespie on 3/31/2020


293 West Main Street, Northborough, MA 01532

Commercial

$485,000
Price

1
Buildings
Commercial
Type of Comm.
8,712.00
Lot Size
New Price and Motivated Seller for this excellent location for a business on Rte 20, at major intersection in Northborough's Business West District. Renovated in 2016, this professional office space is currently used as a medical office with four exam rooms, a private office, reception area, lab room, two bathrooms, employee break room and utility room. Abutting commercial properties have thriving malls which include restaurants, coffee shops and service related businesses. Located nearby mixed use with commercial and residential and less than 2 miles from Northborough Crossing which includes national stores such as Wegman's, BJ's, Pottery Barn, Kohls and many more. With this excellent location, combined with an updated commercial building, makes this a perfect fit for your business moving to Northborough.
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Posted by Michelle Gillespie on 3/29/2020

As a homebuyer, it is important to set high expectations. At the same time, a homebuyer must act reasonably, or he or she risks missing out on a golden opportunity to acquire the perfect residence.

Ultimately, becoming a reasonable homebuyer can be quick and easy here are three tips to help you do just that.

1. Establish Realistic Expectations for the Homebuying Journey

The homebuying journey sometimes can take weeks or months to complete, and a homebuyer should plan accordingly. By doing so, a homebuyer can prepare for any potential homebuying pitfalls.

For example, a homebuyer may submit an offer on a home and receive a "Yes" from a home seller. But if a home inspector discovers myriad problems with a residence, a homebuyer may need to walk away from the house and restart the homebuying journey.

In the aforementioned scenario, a homebuyer may become frustrated and annoyed, and for good reason. Conversely, if a homebuyer understands the challenges associated with buying a house, he or she can plan for the best- and worst-case scenarios.

2. Search for Homes That Fall Within Your Price Range

Have you established a budget for your home search? If not, you may wind up focusing on houses that you won't be able to afford.

Get pre-approved for a home loan you'll be glad you did. With a home loan in hand, you can enter the real estate market with a homebuying budget. Then, you'll be able to narrow your home search to houses that fall within your price range, thereby speeding up your search for the ideal residence.

It won't take long to get pre-approved for a home loan, either. In fact, if you meet with local banks and credit unions, you can instantly learn about a variety of home loan options.

3. Collaborate with a Real Estate Agent

Although you know that you want to buy a house, you have no idea what to expect during the homebuying journey. Fortunately, if you hire a real estate agent, you can learn what it takes to stay calm, cool and collected as you search for a house.

A real estate agent is a housing market expert who takes pride in his or her work. As such, a real estate agent will be available to respond to your homebuying concerns and questions, ensuring that you can make an informed home purchase.

Perhaps best of all, a real estate agent will go above and beyond the call of duty to eliminate homebuying hurdles.

For instance, a real estate agent is happy to negotiate with a seller's agent on your behalf, guaranteeing that you can avoid the stress of negotiating a home price. Or, if you need help finding a qualified home inspector, real estate attorney or other local professionals, your real estate agent can provide honest, unbiased recommendations.

Be reasonable as you kick off your search for your dream residence. That way, you can seamlessly navigate the homebuying journey and improve your chances of acquiring a house that matches or exceeds your expectations.




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Posted by Michelle Gillespie on 3/26/2020


6 Foxwood Lane, Northborough, MA 01532

Single-Family

$819,900
Price

12
Rooms
4
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Stunning property in desirable cul-de-sac neighborhood. Simply beautiful inside & out w/one of the most gorgeous lots. This custom built home w/4 Bedroom/2.5 bathrooms w/many updates from flooring, painting, lighting & more. Foyer w/hwd floors. Formal living room & dining room w/hwd floors & crown modeling. Private office/study w/hwd floors. Updated open concept kitchen w/granite counters, Wolf 6 burner gas stove, ss appliances, breakfast bar, dining area w/skylight, family room w/vaulted ceiling, skylight & fireplace. Enjoy sunshine in year round sunroom. FF mens room. Master Suite w/walk-in closet, vaulted ceiling & spacious master bath w/double sinks, tile floor & jacuzzi tub. Second floor - bedrooms w/closets, updated bathroom w/tile floor, shower/tub, granite counter, laundry room w/gas dryer. Large bonus room, great for relaxing. Finished basement. Utility rm. Deck gas connect for grill. Irrigation. Walk-up attic. Central Air. Two car garage. Must see this one of a kind property.
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Posted by Michelle Gillespie on 3/23/2020


10 Potter Circle, Northborough, MA 01532

Single-Family

$514,900
Price

9
Rooms
3
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
New Price for this one of a kind property in Northborough Farms cul-de-sac w/premium lot. Newly painted interior w/great natural light. Living room w/updated bay window, cathedral ceiling & hardwoods. Dining room w/hardwood floors & french doors leading to glassed in three season room. Updated kitchen w/stainless steel appliances, gas cooking, vented hood, tile backsplash, granite countertops, updated cabinets, pantry & dining area. Master bedroom w/closet & hardwood floors. Updated master bath w/shower & granite countertop. Bedrooms w/closets, hardwood floors & recessed lighting. Updated main bathroom w/tile floor, tub & tiled shower. Finished Lower Level w/family room, fireplace, built-in shelves & ceiling fan. Half bath & Laundry room. Office w/separate entrance & storage. Gas Heat & Navien On-Demand HW, Central Air, Roof (2yr), Owned & Revenue Producing Solar Panels (2yr), Sunroom, Vinyl Siding, Insulated Garage Door, Garage, Two Sheds & Deck overlooking level landscaped large yard
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Posted by Michelle Gillespie on 3/22/2020

An open house enables a buyer to check out a residence in-person and determine if this home matches or exceeds his or her expectations. However, a buyer who fails to plan ahead for an open house may struggle to make the most of this opportunity.

Ultimately, there are several things you need to consider before you attend an open house, such as:

1. Your Home Must-Haves

Make a list of must-have home features you will be glad you did. With this list in hand, you can check out a house in-person and determine if it has the features you require.

You also may want to put together a list of preferred cities and towns prior to launching a house search. This list will allow you to hone your home search and your search for open house events to a small group of cities and towns.

2. Your Homebuying Budget

As a homebuyer, it is crucial to optimize your time and resources as you search for your dream residence. If you enter the housing market with a budget at your disposal, you can avoid the risk of attending an open house for a residence you may be unable to afford.

To establish a homebuying budget, you should review your current finances. You may want to meet with banks and credit unions as well. And if you get pre-approved for a mortgage, you will know exactly how much you can spend on a residence when you start your house search.

3. Your Homebuying Timeline

There is no guarantee that attending one open house will help you find your dream residence. But if you maintain flexibility, you can attend a variety of open house events and boost the likelihood of discovering a residence that falls in line with your expectations.

Furthermore, you should be ready to act quickly if you attend an open house and want to buy a residence following the event. In this scenario, you should be prepared to work diligently to put together a competitive offer to purchase the home.

As you get set to attend an open house, you may want to employ a real estate agent, too. A real estate agent can keep you up to date about open house events in cities and towns where you want to reside. Plus, a real estate agent can attend an open house with you and provide plenty of homebuying tips and insights.

Let's not forget about the support a real estate agent provides once you find a house you want to purchase, either. At this point, a real estate agent will help you put together a competitive homebuying proposal. And if your offer to purchase is accepted, a real estate agent will help you finalize your house purchase.

Consider the aforementioned factors closely before you attend an open house. By doing so, you can prepare for an open house and use the opportunity to determine if a residence is right for you.




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