Posted by Roberta K. Hergt on 5/22/2019


63 Farm Hill Road, North Attleboro, MA 02760

Single-Family

$683,000
Price

10
Rooms
4
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
"LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION" is everything, and this one has it!! Magnificent curb appeal. Situated on over an acre of manicured grounds. Nothing to do but move in! Custom built Colonial, exquisitely updated kitchen with enticing sitting area w/stone fireplace. The sitting area allures you to your first morning coffee or calls you to relax with a great book at the end of your day. Kitchen totally redesigned and fit for the best of chefs. Great counter area, 2 sinks, gas cooking, double ovens, just to mention a few. Off the back of kit/ dining area is a comfortable sun drench familyrm, w/ beamed ceiling, hdwd flr, wall of windows. Atrium doors lead you to private patio area & pool area. Master bdrm redesigned & offers vaulted ceiling, skylights, fabulous views of the pool area. Master bth w/soaking tub, shower, his and her sinks. 3 additional bedrms & updated bth. Lower level family room/rec rm, great area for kids or adults. This home is a must see to be appreciated. Don't miss
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Posted by Roberta K. Hergt on 5/22/2019


63 Farm Hill Road, North Attleboro, MA 02760

Single-Family

$683,000
Price

10
Rooms
4
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
"LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION" is everything, and this one has it!! Magnificent curb appeal. Situated on over an acre of manicured grounds. Nothing to do but move in! Custom built Colonial, exquisitely updated kitchen with enticing sitting area w/stone fireplace. The sitting area allures you to your first morning coffee or calls you to relax with a great book at the end of your day. Kitchen totally redesigned and fit for the best of chefs. Great counter area, 2 sinks, gas cooking, double ovens, just to mention a few. Off the back of kit/ dining area is a comfortable sun drench familyrm, w/ beamed ceiling, hdwd flr, wall of windows. Atrium doors lead you to private patio area & pool area. Master bdrm redesigned & offers vaulted ceiling, skylights, fabulous views of the pool area. Master bth w/soaking tub, shower, his and her sinks. 3 additional bedrms & updated bth. Lower level family room/rec rm, great area for kids or adults. This home is a must see to be appreciated. Don't miss
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Posted by Roberta K. Hergt on 5/19/2019

You’re moving into a new home and have all kinds of ideas about new furniture pieces, arrangements, art, and organization. Knowing this, you also know that you’ll need to pare down the items you’re bringing from your current home. Nowadays, there are myriad ways to sell your unwanted belongings. The classic garage sale, or estate sale, is still a great option and there are simple actions that you can take to make sure your sale goes well. Here are some suggestions to help you be successful in selling off and getting rid of all your items, before, during, or after your sale.

Remember, remember, remember—plan ahead! Knowing what you want to sell, what price you can accept, and when you want to host your sale is imperative to your success. 

PICK YOUR SALE DATE: Many cities only allow you to conduct yard sales on specific dates or weekends throughout the year. Double-check when you may host your sale. Then pick your time and start advertising a few weeks early. Post signs in your neighborhood and on surrounding city streets if you're allowed. And connect with your social network to spread the word. Include the types of items you’re selling, and even images of your higher-value pieces if you can. If your city requires any notice or paperwork completed, make sure you cross all your T’s well before your sale date. 

BIG TICKET ITEMS: If you have any higher-priced items—furniture, appliances, exercise equipment, or tools—consider pricing these items first and starting your sale efforts online. Posting your sale items on Craigslist, eBay, Neighborhood, Facebook Marketplace, Upcycle, and other classified sites can help put your things in front of buyers currently looking for just what you're offering. People looking for specific pieces or professionals looking for new wares for their shops frequently search through these classifieds—and they typically know precisely what their budget is for each item. Once you know your timeline for completing your sales, what day you will host your estate sale, and when you’re moving into your new home get your big-ticket items posted online as early as possible to get the sale process rolling. 

Note: for things you are not able to sell or donate, posting items as “Pick up for free” on classified sites can help you unload them with less effort on your end.

THE SALE:

  • Set prices ahead of time. When you know what pieces you want to sell, start researching their resale price online. Compare resale prices on classifieds sites with suggested pricing on garage sale advice sites. Note the amount you want to sell the item at, and the lowest price you're willing to accept. Keep these handy in a notebook so you can check your bottom line before you haggle. Checking prices ahead of time will also help you discover items that won't sell, so you can price them lower for a quick sale. You’ll help yourself get rid of clutter and have less to manage at the end of your sale. Consider having a “Clearance” or “Liquidation” or “Lowest Price Marked” area—and even a “FREE” area—to indicate items that must go!
  • Create enough space between tables, racks, and standing furniture for shoppers to move through easily and see everything. Try to design the flow of your sale so that traffic moves past the best place for you to be to conduct transactions, answer questions, and keep an eye on your belongings. Clothing will sell better if shoes are set out in pairs, clothing hung on racks (especially adult clothing), and if you divide items by adult/child, gender, and size.
  • If you are selling any electronic items or appliances be sure to provide an area near an outlet or extension cord for shoppers to use to test them. For battery-powered items have a few spare batteries in each of the sizes you need to allow for testing. Make sure you check all items yourself ahead of time and mark any that aren't fully functional.
  • Have a team designated to help you during your sale. You may not be able to answer all questions, make deals, and monitor your belongings on your own. Have enough cash on hand to give change, even for large bills, and designate someone on your team to keep a close eye on the bank box while you assist shoppers. 
  • Attract buyers with signs, by putting attractive large items and small items out front, and by offering a beverage or simple snack to encourage them to say and browse.

AFTER THE SALE: For the easiest close to your sale, arrange for a local charity to come to pick up any remaining items at the end of the day. Or, have someone on your team (maybe your friend with the pickup?) scheduled to take leftovers to a donation center. This way you won't have to worry about storing any items you weren't able to sell. 

Ask your local real estate agent for their advice on preparing for a sale before your next big move.




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Posted by Roberta K. Hergt on 5/12/2019

Living with kids can be challenging for so many reasons. One of the biggest concerns that most parents have within their home besides keeping their home safe is keeping it neat and clean. Although it can seem like an impossible task, you can keep your house clean while your kids are still living in the house. Read on for some tips to a clean and organized house. 


Get Rid Of What You Don’t Use


Too much stuff is one of the first problems in a messy home. You need to make a list of every space in your home. See which areas need improvement. Start in those spots to see how much more space you can make. Keep only the essentials. Everything else should be donated or tossed in the trash. If you have more space to get organized, the task of being neat will be even easier to achieve.


Everything Needs A Place


After you get rid of what you don’t use, clutter can still accumulate easily. If you don’t have a system in place to help your kids put things away, chaos will continue to ensue. How do you develop a sense or organization? Group things together. Electronics, batteries, and cords should go together. Different types of toys can have separate bins and containers. Keep blocks with other blocks and crayons with art supplies. Not only will things be more accessible to put away for your kids, but they’ll also be able to find item easier as well. Do you see that you still need a “junk drawer”? You can designate one spot in the house for miscellaneous things that either need a home or are in transition. Just don’t let this space be too big or get out of hand. 


Have A Clean-Up Time In Place


Sometimes, clutter becomes a problem because we don’t make cleaning up a priority. Add cleaning up clutter to your list of what needs to be done on a daily basis. Just as you clean your dirty dishes up from the sink, you should take the time to put items back in their place. Are you a procrastinator? Make sure you keep the importance of cleaning up fresh in your mind. Keeping clutter at bay is a habit that needs to be developed by both you and your kids. As a parent, you can make a game or competition out of clean up time. This contest can help to motivate your kids to learn your organizational systems and keep them in place. 


Keeping a neat house when you have kids isn’t as impossible as it seems when you attack the project from the right angle.   





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Posted by Roberta K. Hergt on 5/5/2019

Believe it or not, a home listing may make or break your ability to sell your residence. If your initial home listing fails to stir up interest from property buyers, there is no need to stress. In fact, there are many quick, easy ways to bolster a house listing.

Now, let's take a look at three tips to help you transform an ordinary home listing into an exceptional one.

1. Include High-Quality Home Images

High-quality images that showcase your home's kitchen, bathrooms and other areas could help you differentiate your residence from other available properties. Perhaps most important, these images may make it easy for property buyers to fall in love with your house – something that could lead to many home showings in the near future.

If you plan to take photographs for a home listing, it is important to clean your residence and remove clutter in advance. That way, you can use images to showcase the true size and beauty of your house.

Also, if you need help with photographing your house, you may want to hire a real estate photographer. This professional can help you capture top-notch images of your home that you can instantly incorporate into your house listing.

2. Provide Accurate Information About Your Home

A home is a major investment, and as such, you should strive to provide buyers with as much information as possible about your residence. By doing so, you can make it simple for a buyer to determine whether your residence is the right choice.

Oftentimes, it helps to include room measurements, information about recent home upgrades and other relevant details about your residence in a property listing. Consider the buyer's perspective, and you may be better equipped than ever before to include home details that could help you differentiate your residence from the competition.

3. Be Honest with Property Buyers

There is no need to stretch the truth in a home listing, and doing so may do more harm than good as you try to sell your house. Instead, be honest, and you can craft an effective house listing that hits the mark with the right groups of buyers.

Lastly, as you search for ways to improve your home listing, you may want to collaborate with a real estate agent. This housing market professional will help you navigate all stages of the property selling journey and ensure you can achieve your desired home selling results.

A real estate agent will learn about you and your home and help you put together an engaging and informative house listing. Then, he or she will host home showings and open house events. And if you receive an offer to purchase your home, a real estate agent will help you review this proposal and determine the best course of action.

Eliminate the guesswork associated with preparing an effective home listing and other property selling tasks – hire a real estate agent today, and you can get the help you need to streamline the home selling journey.




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