Janet Cramb & Company/LAER Realty Partners



Posted by Janet Cramb on 7/16/2019


2-4 Tucker Ave, Pepperell, MA 01463

Single-Family

$279,000
Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
1
Baths
One of Pepperell's most admired homes is for sale. Located in the center with access to all town amenities. Lovingly maintained for years this 1910 Colonial is loaded with the charm of yesteryear and ready for today's modern updates. Sprawling front lawn with one of 2nd oldest trees known in Pepperell. New oil tank, bulkhead and furnace. Eat in kitchen, living room, dining room and full bath on the first floor. 2nd floor offers 3 bedrooms. There are two stair cases, stain glass windows, screened in front and back porch. Detached barn can be used as a garage or workshop. Public water, sewer and gas.
Open House
Sunday
July 21 at 12:00 PM to 1:30 PM
Cannot make the Open Houses?
Location: 2-4 Tucker Ave, Pepperell, MA 01463    Get Directions

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Categories: New Homes  


Posted by Janet Cramb on 7/16/2019


2-4 Tucker Ave, Pepperell, MA 01463

Single-Family

$279,000
Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
1
Baths
One of Pepperell's most admired homes is for sale. Located in the center with access to all town amenities. Lovingly maintained for years this 1910 Colonial is loaded with the charm of yesteryear and ready for today's modern updates. Sprawling front lawn with one of 2nd oldest trees known in Pepperell. New oil tank, bulkhead and furnace. Eat in kitchen, living room, dining room and full bath on the first floor. 2nd floor offers 3 bedrooms. There are two stair cases, stain glass windows, screened in front and back porch. Detached barn can be used as a garage or workshop. Public water, sewer and gas.
Open House
Sunday
July 21 at 12:00 PM to 1:30 PM
Cannot make the Open Houses?
Location: 2-4 Tucker Ave, Pepperell, MA 01463    Get Directions

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Categories: Open House  


Posted by Janet Cramb on 7/15/2019

This Single-Family in Townsend, MA recently sold for $259,000. This Ranch style home was sold by Janet Cramb - Janet Cramb & Company/LAER Realty Partners.


3 Squannacook Ter, Townsend, MA 01469

Single-Family

$259,900
Price
$259,000
Sale Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
Beautiful 3 Bed Ranch in the heart of town backed by a scenic river view & conservation land. This property features a New Roof (Fall 2018), Vinyl Siding, Living Room Carpet (2015), and an updated Bathroom in the Partially Finished Basement. Cozy & character-filled Living Room boasts a wood fireplace & opens into the large Sunroom with an incredible wood ceiling & glass sliders offering sights of the backyard & Squannacook River. Quaint Kitchen offers built in seating area making for a great entertaining space as it overlooks the LR. Interior of the home is completed with a Formal Dining Room, 3 Bedrooms, Full Bath & a partially finished basement with a workshop & Full Bathroom. While updates have been made there's still room to truly make it your own! Quaint exterior space offers a large woodshed & peaceful nature views. Close to town on a cul-de-sac & move in ready makes this a great home you won't want to miss out on!

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Categories: Sold Homes  


Posted by Janet Cramb on 7/10/2019

If you intend to list your residence in the near future, you might believe your house is worth more than you originally paid for it. However, there are many factors that impact a house's value, and these factors include:

1. The Current State of the Real Estate Market

The housing market can vary from city to city, town to town and state to state. So it's generally a good idea to analyze the local real estate climate. You then can use housing market data to determine whether the current real estate climate favors buyers or sellers.

In a buyer's market, there is typically an abundance of quality houses. Meanwhile, a seller likely will need to dedicate time and resources to differentiate his or her home from the competition in a buyer's market. A seller will also want to hire a real estate agent who can help them navigate the challenges of listing a residence in a buyer's market.

Comparatively, in a seller's market, a seller has a golden opportunity to maximize their house sale earnings. In this market, there is usually a shortage of first-rate houses, and homes may sell shortly after they become available. If the market is currently favoring sellers, you may be better equipped than ever before to enjoy a seamless house selling experience.

2. Your Home's Condition

Over the years, you may have committed substantial time and resources to upgrade your residence both inside and out. As such, if you list your home now, your residence may be worth more than you initially paid for it.

On the other hand, if your home has its fair share of problems, these issues may negatively affect its value. But if you upgrade your house before you list it, you could improve your house's value accordingly.

Of course, a home appraisal may help you verify the current value of your residence based on its condition, the housing market, and other factors. During a house appraisal, a property expert will analyze your residence both inside and out. They will provide you with an appraisal report that can help you determine how to price your house.

3. The Economy

Economic fluctuations are common across the United States, and the present state of the national economy may have far-flung effects on your house's value.

For example, a thriving economy may lead people to pursue their dreams of owning a house. In this economy, a seller who lists a top-notch house could reap the benefits of a fast, profitable home selling experience.

Conversely, in a fledgling economy, the number of home sellers may exceed the number of homebuyers. In this scenario, sellers will need to work diligently to promote their residences to the right groups of potential buyers and price their residences competitively.

Consider these factors as you get set to list your home. By doing so, you can analyze your home's value and explore ways to boost the likelihood of getting the best price for your residence.





Posted by Janet Cramb on 7/3/2019

Believe it or not, the process of buying a home can become long and complicated. And if you're not careful, you may encounter many hurdles that prevent you from acquiring your dream residence.

Lucky for you, we're here to teach you about the ins and outs of buying a house and help you simplify the process of going from homebuyer to homeowner.

Now, let's take a look at three common misconceptions associated with buying a home.

1. You will be able to acquire a house in a matter of days.

The process of locating your dream home is unlikely to happen overnight. Instead, a homebuyer usually will need to perform extensive housing market research to discover a residence that meets or exceeds his or her expectations.

Typically, a homebuyer will look at several houses before he or she can find the right residence. This homebuyer then will need to submit an offer on a house. And if a home seller accepts the homebuyer's proposal, a home inspection will need to be completed before a home purchase is finalized.

It is important to set realistic expectations for your home search. In most instances, it may take a few weeks or months to find your perfect residence. But with a diligent approach to your home search, you'll be able to discover a house that can serve you well for years to come.

2. You will be able to buy a home for less than a property's initial asking price.

Understanding the differences between a buyer's market and a seller's market is essential for a homebuyer.

In a buyer's market, many high-quality residences are available. This market usually favors homebuyers, and in many instances, enables property buyers to secure great houses at budget-friendly prices.

On the other hand, a seller's market features a shortage of first-rate properties. As a result, this market favors home sellers, and many homebuyers may compete with one another to secure the best houses.

Regardless of whether you're operating in a buyer's or seller's market, it is paramount to avoid the temptation to submit a "lowball" offer on a residence. By doing so, a homebuyer can minimize the risk of missing out on an opportunity to acquire his or her perfect residence.

3. You can find your dream home without help from a real estate agent.

When it comes to buying a house, the early bird catches the worm. Therefore, an informed, persistent homebuyer is more likely than others to locate a terrific home at an affordable price.

Ultimately, working with a real estate agent is ideal. With a real estate agent at your side, you can receive expert assistance throughout the homebuying journey.

A real estate agent will set up home showings, keep you up to date about new houses as they become available and much more. He or she also will respond to your homebuying questions and ensure you can acquire a stellar home in no time at all.

Take the guesswork out of buying a house collaborate with a real estate agent, and you can make your homeownership dreams come true.




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