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Posted by Bob Falter, CRS, GRI on 7/2/2018

This Commercial in North Brookfield, MA recently sold for $109,000. This style home was sold by Bob Falter, CRS, GRI - Exit Real Estate Executives.


24 Summer St, North Brookfield, MA 01535

Commercial

$129,000
Price
$109,000
Sale Price

1
Buildings
Commercial
Type of Comm.
3,049.00
Lot Size
If you dream of being your own boss and embarking on an adventure of opening your own business then this is the one for you! A legal conforming mixed use property, beautifully remodeled residential space directly above your modern street level commercial gallery! An urban, central to downtown location will make visiting your business easy and convenient for your customers. Utilize the entire building yourself or rent out 1 or both units for investment. Units are separately metered for electric and gas. Upstairs has every amenity of a single family home. Plenty of storage with ample closet space-bonus storage/work room on the 3rd floor and in unit laundry hookups in your oversized bathroom! Your retail space is fitted with a laundry hookup/area for your business needs (smocks, linens, towels, drop clothes....) and a bathroom for your customers! Built in shelving for stunning product displays!Enjoy a work/life balance with your "commute" in a property that truly Welcomes You HOME!






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Posted by Bob Falter, CRS, GRI on 6/24/2018

This Single-Family in Holden, MA recently sold for $405,000. This Multi-Level style home was sold by Bob Falter, CRS, GRI - Exit Real Estate Executives.


5 Wendover Rd, Holden, MA 01520

Single-Family

$399,900
Price
$405,000
Sale Price

8
Rooms
5
Beds
3/1
Full/Half Baths
Quick close available!! Custom multi-level contemporary on a slow private road near Worcester line. It doesn't get more convenient than this. This home has been fully renovated and shines with an interior designers touch. Not a thing to do but move in. With 3 large bedrooms in the main house and a large open concept plus 3 baths, there is plenty of space. There is a separate living area ADJACENT to main home for your family or your in-laws to stay featuring a private entrance, two additional bedrooms, a full kitchen and multi level living room and another full bath and its own deck. If you are not looking for this additional set up, the home can easily be converted back to utilize space as a large master suite. This gorgeous home opens to a huge private level lot with deck, pergola and custom shed. Two pellet stoves keep the space warm all winter.

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Posted by Bob Falter, CRS, GRI on 4/18/2018

If you plan to pursue your dream house, it generally helps to evaluate housing market data. In fact, there are many reasons why homebuyers should assess real estate market data, and these include:

1. You can learn about mortgage interest rates.

Mortgage interest rates rise and fall frequently. As a homebuyer, you'll want to do everything you can to identify the lowest-available mortgage interest rates. And if you study the housing market, you may be better equipped than ever before to do just that.

In addition, it often helps to meet with banks and credit unions. These financial institutions can help you track mortgage interest rates and provide you with mortgage insights that you may struggle to obtain elsewhere. Plus, banks and credit unions can help you get pre-approved for a mortgage and ensure that you have finances in hand when you pursue your dream residence.

2. You can reduce the risk of spending too much to acquire your ideal house.

Let's face it Ė you want to buy your dream house, but you don't want to break the bank to do so. Fortunately, if you understand housing market data, you may be able to avoid the temptation to overspend on a house.

Examine the prices of available houses and recently sold homes in areas where you want to live. By doing so, you can establish a price range for your dream residence and find out whether you're preparing to enter a buyer's or seller's market.

3. You can quickly and effortlessly navigate the homebuying journey.

The homebuying journey may prove to be long and complicated, especially for those who fail to prepare for it. Luckily, housing market data can give you a better idea about what to expect as soon as you kick off your search for your ideal house. Then, you can use this information to identify and address potential homebuying hurdles faster than ever before.

For those who are unsure about how to collect and analyze housing market data, there is no need to stress. If you collaborate with a real estate agent, you can get the help the you need to discover your dream house.

A real estate agent can provide you with the right housing market data, at the right time, every time. He or she also will allocate the necessary time and resources to explain the importance of assorted housing market data and paint a picture of the current state of the real estate sector. That way, you can take a data-driven approach to buying a house.

Perhaps best of all, a real estate agent is available to take the guesswork out of the homebuying journey. This housing market professional will keep you up to date about new houses as they become available and ensure that you can find a terrific house that matches your budget.

Ready to make your homeownership dream come true? Use real estate market data, and you can become an expert homebuyer in no time at all.




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Posted by Bob Falter, CRS, GRI on 1/31/2018

The corner lot is a prized piece of real estate. Is living on the corner really all that it is said to be? The truth is that there are both pros and cons to buying the corner lot. Breaking down the pros and cons of the corner lot can help you to make an informed decision on your home purchase. The Upside Thereís so many advantages to living on the corner lot. Living on the corner lot feels like youíre living on more space. Corner lots also enable you to have a garage on the side of the home, because you have roads on both the front and the side of the home. Wrap-around porches are a reality on corner lots due to their design. The ultimate privacy is also available on the corner lot, since you only have one neighbor on one side of the house. These are definitely pros for people who are looking for privacy. This gives your family flexibility to use both the front and the side yard with ease. Thereís so many things you can do with the extra space on the larger side yard like put up a basketball hoop, plant a garden, or set up a volleyball game. The possibilities are endless. The Downside There are some downsides to living on the corner lot. First, thereís a lot more to landscape. With more yard, this only stands to reason. You want your yard to look even and flow beautifully with the way itís landscaped, so thereís a bit more work to be done in this area. This landscaping work includes trimming, mowing, irrigating and maintaining. Your garage or driveway will also be affected by owning the corner lot. Since it may be set back more from the street, entering and exiting your driveway will be challenging in some cases. You also need to be mindful that your car isnít edged out into the sidewalk or the road when it is parked. Another downside to the corner lot is that itís often more expensive since itís usually a more versatile piece of land. While privacy is a plus on the corner lot when it comes to neighbors, privacy could be a negative for these homes depending on the location. Noise and privacy concerns are a must consider when it comes to homes in certain locations because the amount of traffic (whether by vehicle or by foot) can cause some disturbances to you and your family. To remedy this problem, you may consider installing fencing or other landscape buffers. These privacy concerns may not be as much of an issue depending upon the design of the home. If you consider where the entrances to the home are as well as the location of the garage, the house could be perfect for your needs. No matter where you choose to live, pay special attention to the lot surrounding the home before you decide to buy. Itís important to choose to live in a place where youíll feel comfortable and happy.





Posted by Bob Falter, CRS, GRI on 1/26/2018

This Multi-Family in Millbury, MA recently sold for $320,100. This style home was sold by Bob Falter, CRS, GRI - Exit Real Estate Executives.


25 S Main St, Millbury, MA 01527

Multi-Family

$314,900
Price
$320,100
Sale Price

4
Units
3,408
Approx. GLA
Spacious well maintained fully rented four unit dwelling. All apartments include 1-2 bedrooms and one full bath, kitchen with refrigerator, gas stove and combo dining/living room area with built-ins. Electric washers and dryers are in each unit.. Property offers assigned off street parking for 2 cars. Owners have allowed pets with restrictions and has implemented a "no smoking" policy. Owners have also been proactive in requiring renters insurance and Veterinarian information and proof of pet records. Close to shopping, Rtes 20 and 146.






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