Michelle Gillespie - Keller Williams Realty



Posted by Michelle Gillespie on 6/14/2018


438 Howard Street, Northborough, MA 01532

Single-Family

$899,900
Price

12
Rooms
4
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
An elegant foyer welcomes you to 438 Howard St, where you'll find updates & luxurious details throughout this custom home. The formal dining room w/crown molding, chair rail, and transom window and living room with hardwood floors with inlay provide great space for entertaining. The updated kitchen features granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, double ovens & island with cooktop. Relax & entertain in the family room w/fireplace & access to the deck. A half bathroom & study complete the first floor. Upstairs, you'll find the privacy you need in 4 spacious bedrooms. Escape to the master suite w/cathedral ceiling, walk-in closets & sitting area, as well as a master bath w/jacuzzi tub. The lower level offers a game room w/bar, office w/French doors to patio & additional storage space. Outside, enjoy passing your time on the multi-level deck & patio. Located on ~6 acres w/walking trails near Mt Pisgah, with easy access to 290, this is the property you're waiting to call "home."
Open House
Saturday
June 16 at 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
Cannot make the Open Houses?
Location: 438 Howard Street, Northborough, MA 01532    Get Directions

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Categories: New Homes  


Posted by Michelle Gillespie on 6/14/2018


438 Howard Street, Northborough, MA 01532

Single-Family

$899,900
Price

12
Rooms
4
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
An elegant foyer welcomes you to 438 Howard St, where you'll find updates & luxurious details throughout this custom home. The formal dining room w/crown molding, chair rail, and transom window and living room with hardwood floors with inlay provide great space for entertaining. The updated kitchen features granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, double ovens & island with cooktop. Relax & entertain in the family room w/fireplace & access to the deck. A half bathroom & study complete the first floor. Upstairs, you'll find the privacy you need in 4 spacious bedrooms. Escape to the master suite w/cathedral ceiling, walk-in closets & sitting area, as well as a master bath w/jacuzzi tub. The lower level offers a game room w/bar, office w/French doors to patio & additional storage space. Outside, enjoy passing your time on the multi-level deck & patio. Located on ~6 acres w/walking trails near Mt Pisgah, with easy access to 290, this is the property you're waiting to call "home."
Open House
Saturday
June 16 at 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
Cannot make the Open Houses?
Location: 438 Howard Street, Northborough, MA 01532    Get Directions

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Categories: Open House  


Posted by Michelle Gillespie on 6/10/2018

Before you list your house, you'll need to establish a competitive price for it. That way, you can increase the likelihood of stirring up plenty of interest in your house as soon as it becomes available.

Now, let's take a look at three best practices for pricing your home.

1. Evaluate the Real Estate Market

The current real estate market's conditions can impact your ability to sell your residence. However, if you study the real estate market closely, you can differentiate between a buyer's and seller's market and plan accordingly.

In a buyer's market, the number of home sellers exceeds the number of homebuyers. As such, you likely will need to establish an aggressive price right away to separate your house from the competition.

On the other hand, a seller's market favors home sellers over homebuyers. If you're operating in a seller's market, you may be better equipped than ever before to earn a significant profit.

To differentiate between a buyer's and seller's market, examine the prices of recently sold homes and available homes in your area. This housing market data can provide deep insights into the current state of the housing market. Plus, this data can help you understand how your residence stacks up against the competition.

2. Conduct a Home Appraisal

Ultimately, a home appraisal can make a world of difference for any home seller, at any time.

During a home appraisal, a professional appraiser will examine your house both inside and out. Then, this appraiser will offer a valuation of your property based on his or her findings.

A home appraisal involves an evaluation of the current condition of your home, your house's age and your neighborhood. Therefore, if you complete a home appraisal, you should have no trouble using the appraisal results to help establish a fair price for your residence.

3. Collaborate with a Real Estate Agent

When it comes to selling a house, there is no need to work alone. Fortunately, if you collaborate with a real estate agent, you can receive expert insights into all aspects of the home selling cycle.

A real estate agent is happy to meet with you and learn about your home selling goals. Next, this housing market professional will offer home pricing recommendations, ensuring you can make an informed decision about how to price your house.

In addition, a real estate agent will go above and beyond the call of duty to ensure you can enjoy a seamless home selling experience. This housing market professional will promote your residence to large groups of homebuyers, set up home showings and open houses and put together an engaging and informative home listing. Also, a real estate agent will always keep you up to date about any offers on your home.

Looking to list your home in the near future? Use the aforementioned best practices, and you can establish a competitive price for your residence and boost your chances of a fast, profitable home sale.





Posted by Michelle Gillespie on 6/5/2018

This Single-Family in Northborough, MA recently sold for $485,000. This Raised Ranch style home was sold by Michelle Gillespie - Keller Williams Realty.


14 Morse Circle, Northborough, MA 01532

Single-Family

$474,900
Price
$485,000
Sale Price

9
Rooms
3
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
You will love this updated,well maintained, beautiful, 3 bedroom/2.5 bathroom home located on cul-de-sac in a private setting. Formal Living Room and Dining Room with hardwood floors. Welcoming foyer with tile floor, closet and recessed lighting. Kitchen with corian counters, cherry cabinets, breakfast bar, tile floor, recessed lighting and sliders to new deck. Beautiful large family room carpet, french doors and recessed lighting. Office with fireplace and recessed lighting. Master bedroom with ceiling fan, closet and master bathroom. Two other bedrooms with a closet and ceiling fan. Two full bathrooms with tiled showers, granite counters and tiled floors. Great laundry room. Bonus room with closets. Updates include roof, windows, furnace, newly painted interior and exterior. Extensive landscaping which includes perennials, mature shrubs & ornamental trees. Two car garage. Shed. Natural Gas. Town Water. Cul-de-sac neighborhood. Close to major highways for commuting.

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Posted by Michelle Gillespie on 6/3/2018

For home sellers, maximizing the value of your residence is key. However, it is important to remember the dangers associated with overvaluing your house.

If you overprice your residence, homebuyers may choose to look elsewhere for their dream house. As such, it may take you many weeks, months or years to sell your residence if you fail to price it correctly from the get-go.

So what does it take to avoid the risk of overpricing your home? Here are three tips to help home sellers set a fair price for any residence, in any real estate market, at any time.

1. Review the Housing Market in Your Area.

Spend some time assessing the local housing market you'll be glad you did. This will enable you to better understand how your home compares to other residences in your city or town so you can price your house accordingly.

Check out the listing prices of homes that currently are available as well as the sold prices of residences that recently were purchased. By doing so, you'll be able to collect a broad assortment of housing market data and use this information to determine the right price for your house.

2. Get Your Home Appraised.

A home appraiser will conduct an in-depth examination of your residence, help you identify problem areas and determine your house's value. That way, you'll be able to enter the real estate market with realistic expectations and set a fair asking price based on your home appraisal.

Furthermore, a home appraisal offers valuable insights into ways that you can improve your home. The assessment will allow you to learn about the pros and cons of your home, and ultimately, determine the best ways to transform your house's weaknesses into strengths.

Don't forget to evaluate your home's interior and exterior as well. Completing home improvement tasks will improve your residence inside and out. Plus, performing home maintenance may allow you to set a higher asking price than you initially expected.

3. Hire an Experienced Real Estate Agent.

Let's face it navigating the real estate market can be a long, arduous process. Thankfully, real estate agents are available that possess extensive industry experience and know-how, ensuring you can set the right price for your house without delay.

Perhaps best of all, a real estate agent understands the ins and outs of both buyer's and seller's markets. As such, he or she can offer recommendations about how to price your home, enhance your house's interior and exterior and much more.

With the right real estate agent at your disposal, you should have no trouble setting a fair price for your home. In addition, this professional will do whatever it takes to promote your house to the right homebuyers consistently, bolstering your chances of optimizing the value of your residence.

Don't leave anything to chance when you sell your home. Instead, employ a real estate agent, and you can speed up the process of selling your residence.




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