Janet Cramb & Company/LAER Realty Partners



Posted by Janet Cramb on 10/16/2019

Looking to add your house to the real estate market? Ultimately, becoming the "perfect" home seller can make a world of difference, and perhaps it is easy to understand why.

The perfect home seller understands what it takes to list a home in a buyer's or seller's market. As such, this home seller will be able to promote his or her residence to the right groups of property buyers at any time. Plus, the perfect home seller will know how to get the best price for his or her residence – without exception.

Believe it or not, becoming the perfect home seller can be simple – here are three tips to help you do just that.

1. Learn About the Real Estate Market

Although many home sellers have a "basic" understanding of how the housing market works, the perfect home seller will go above and beyond the call of duty to get the ideal results. Therefore, he or she will learn about the intricacies of the real estate sector and map out the home selling journey accordingly.

To learn about the real estate market, it often helps to look at some of the homes that are currently available in your city or town. This will enable you to establish a price range for homes that are similar to your own.

Also, don't forget to look at the prices of recently sold houses in your area. With this housing market data at your disposal, you may be able to determine whether you're preparing to operate in a buyer's or seller's market.

2. Understand Your Home's Strengths and Weaknesses

Your home may seem great, but it never hurts to get a second opinion from a property expert. Fortunately, if you complete a home appraisal, you can learn about your home's strengths and weaknesses and take steps to enhance your residence before you add it to the housing market.

A home appraisal usually requires just a few hours to complete, but the evaluation's benefits may last a lifetime.

After a home appraisal, you'll receive an in-depth report that describes any problem areas in your home. Then, you can allocate the necessary time and resources to transform any weaknesses into strengths and perform assorted home improvements as needed.

3. Work with an Real Estate Agent

The perfect home seller understands the importance of getting plenty of support at each stage of the home selling journey. As a result, this home seller is likely to work with a real estate agent who can help simplify the process of listing and promoting a house.

A real estate agent can help you take the guesswork out of selling a residence. He or she will set up home showings and open houses and negotiate with property buyers on your behalf. Plus, a real estate agent will provide honest, unbiased home selling recommendations to help you make informed decisions.

Streamline the home selling journey – use the aforementioned tips, and you can become the perfect home seller in no time at all.




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Posted by Janet Cramb on 10/14/2019


46 Mill Street, Pepperell, MA 01463

Single-Family

$435,000
Price

7
Rooms
4
Beds
2
Baths
Endless opportunities. Have you ever envisioned opening your own winery or bed and breakfast? This 1980s Antique colonial offers just the right accommodations and location for your entrepreneurial vision. Specifically zoned recreational this 2 acre lot can be used for a daycare, horticultural, commercial greenhouse,nursing home and more. Set back on a knoll overlooking the Nissitissit River this home is rich in history. Recent updates include exterior and exterior paint and new kitchen. Attached barn and garage offer plenty of space for a hobbyist or home based business. Title V Certified.
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses

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Posted by Janet Cramb on 10/11/2019

This Single-Family in Fitchburg, MA recently sold for $135,000. This Colonial,Antique style home was sold by Janet Cramb - Janet Cramb & Company/LAER Realty Partners.


433 5th Massachusetts Tpke, Fitchburg, MA 01420

Single-Family

$119,589
Price
$135,000
Sale Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
1
Baths
Attention Investors, developers and anyone who'd want a wonderful opportunity in an Ideal commuter location in Fitchburg. This sun-filled single family home would be great for an owner occupied or a blank canvas waiting for your ideas and personal touch. This is the place for you if you're looking for city living with a country feeling. Close to rte 2, and T station, large back yard for summer BBQ and entertaining, being sold as is. Will not pass traditional financing.

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Posted by Janet Cramb on 10/11/2019


1 Foster Street, Pepperell, MA 01463

Rental

$1,300
Price

3
Rooms
1
Beds
1
Baths
Now Available! Beautiful newly renovated single family home with 1 bedroom for rent. Open floor plan offers kitchen and living room. Full bath. Laundry on site. Convenient to shopping, dinning and the Nashua River Rail Trail. No smoking or pets allowed. Also available for professional short term rental.
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Posted by Janet Cramb on 10/9/2019

Moving to your new home can either be a fun experience or a very stressful time, depending upon how you choose to manage it. Deliberately preparing yourself for the entire process is one definite way of making sure that the moving experience is a fun one for you. Follow these simple ideas to change your home with ease.

  • Find a moving company: Unless you insist on doing the move yourself, you might be better off with a professional moving company. Ask for good recommendations and decide on one mover that is well within your budget. Schedule a date for the moving with the company when you finally pick one. You can begin this about two months before you have to leave, to give you enough time to wrap up the process.
  • Sort and purge: Decide what you want to move to your new home. Some items will probably be too old or useless where you are going too, so you should sell, give to your neighbors or donate to charity. During this period, you should also work on exhausting things that you won't move, such as perishable food items or cleaning supplies. Ideally, you should start doing this about six weeks before your moving date.
  • Start Packing: At about a month to your moving date, you should start packing your non-essential items into boxes. Things that you don’t use frequently should be the first to go in your boxes. Make sure you mark each carton with a label that identifies what is in the box and what room it's going to in your new home. As your move date draws nearer, pack everything you no longer need until you settle in at your new home at once.
  • Clear out your home: If you have storage facilities outside your current home, like a garage or shed, you should start clearing them out for the move. You want to avoid forgetting something that might turn out to be very important. Wash, dry and pack up all your clothing too. Don't forget to return any items you may have borrowed from neighbors in the past.
  • Final arrangements: In the last days before you leave, go round your house a few times to be sure you are not leaving anything behind. Pack a night bag that you can live out of, pending when you finally settle in at your new home. If using professional movers, ask them for wardrobe boxes to make it easier to unpack your clothes when you arrive. If you need recommendations on moving companies, ask around at the next neighborhood meeting. 

With a plan of action like this, changing your home would not be stressful. Your realtor makes it even less stressful by helping you time closing and moving dates.




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