Stephanie Jones, REALTOR - Andover MA Real Estate, North Andover MA Real Estate



40 Adams Ave., Methuen, MA 01844

East Methuen

Single-Family

$529,900
Price

8
Rooms
3
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Custom built Colonial waiting for its new owner! Notice the difference in this home as you enter in to the custom foyer with formal dining and living room opening to either side creating an elegant first impression. The kitchen serves as the heart of the home; open concept with adjoining living area boasts lots of windows, light, and custom fireplace. An abundance of kitchen cabinets offer ample storage for small appliances and all your pantry needs. Oversized great room with custom built shelving offers the perfect family room for all to come enjoy movie or game night. The Master suite with jetted tub will have you looking to relax and enjoy your space at the end of the day. You'll love entertaining on the oversized patio with it's outdoor cooking area & adjoining Koi Pond. Located minutes to the Loop for shopping and restaurants, the Merrimack Valley Golf Course and the Methuen CGS School. Quick access to Route 213, 495 or 93. Come make this house your next home!
Open House
Saturday
November 16 at 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
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40 Adams Ave., Methuen, MA 01844

East Methuen

Single-Family

$529,900
Price

8
Rooms
3
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Custom built Colonial waiting for its new owner! Notice the difference in this home as you enter in to the custom foyer with formal dining and living room opening to either side creating an elegant first impression. The kitchen serves as the heart of the home; open concept with adjoining living area boasts lots of windows, light, and custom fireplace. An abundance of kitchen cabinets offer ample storage for small appliances and all your pantry needs. Oversized great room with custom built shelving offers the perfect family room for all to come enjoy movie or game night. The Master suite with jetted tub will have you looking to relax and enjoy your space at the end of the day. You'll love entertaining on the oversized patio with it's outdoor cooking area & adjoining Koi Pond. Located minutes to the Loop for shopping and restaurants, the Merrimack Valley Golf Course and the Methuen CGS School. Quick access to Route 213, 495 or 93. Come make this house your next home!
Open House
Saturday
November 16 at 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
First open house!
More Open Houses
Cannot make the Open Houses?
Location: 40 Adams Ave., Methuen, MA 01844    Get Directions

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Looking to add your home to the real estate market? Ultimately, you'll want to do everything you can to maximize the value of your residence.

For home sellers, getting the best price for a residence may seem virtually impossible at times. Fortunately, we're here to help you plan ahead so you can get the best price for your house as soon as it hits the market.

Now, let's take a look at three tips to help you optimize the value of your residence, regardless of the current real estate market's conditions.

1. Examine the Housing Market

When it comes to the real estate market, it is important to understand how your residence stacks up against the competition.

Collect housing market data to learn about the real estate sector. Then, you can establish a "competitive" price for your home and boost your chances of a quick home sale.

Typically, home sellers should look at the prices of currently available residences in their cities and towns. This will enable home sellers to understand the local real estate market and establish a price range for houses that are similar to their own.

Don't forget to review the prices of recently sold houses as well. With this housing market data in hand, home sellers can find out whether they are about to enter a seller's or buyer's market.

2. Complete a Home Appraisal

Let's face it – what your home is worth today is unlikely to match what you initially paid for your residence. If you have completed a wide range of home upgrades over the years, the value of your residence may have increased. Or, if you failed to maintain your house's interior and exterior, your residence's value may have fallen.

A home appraisal will enable you to learn about your house's strengths and weaknesses. This assessment is performed by a professional property inspector who will take a close look at your house's interior and exterior. After the assessment is finished, the property inspector will provide you with a report that can help you price your house appropriately.

If you want to boost your home's value after a home appraisal, you can always complete various home interior and exterior improvement projects. That way, you can enhance your house both inside and out and move closer to maximizing the value of your home.

3. Consult with a Real Estate Agent

A real estate agent is a difference-maker for home sellers, and for good reason. This housing market professional will do everything possible to help you prep your house and ensure you can receive the best price for it – without exception.

Usually, a real estate agent will set up home showings and open houses, negotiate with homebuyers on your behalf and much more. He or she will even provide honest, unbiased home selling recommendations to ensure you can streamline the home selling journey.

Don't leave anything to chance as you get ready to add your house to the real estate market. Use these tips, and you should have no trouble getting the best price for your house.


This Single-Family in Tewksbury, MA recently sold for $430,000. This Colonial style home was sold by Stephanie Jones, REALTOR - Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Verani Realty.


319 Chandler St, Tewksbury, MA 01876

Single-Family

$425,000
Price
$430,000
Sale Price

8
Rooms
3
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Farmhouse colonial home filled with charm & character plus all the amenities todays buyer is looking for. The kitchen has been renovated including stainless steel appliances, gas stove and a sun drenched cozy breakfast nook. Keep chilled on these hot summer days with the recently installed central air conditioning. This home has been lovingly cared for ensuring your maintenance will be kept at a minimum with superior systems such as a Weil McLain Gold boiler, newer windows, young roof and vinyl siding. Appealing wide pine floors, crown molding, built in dining room hutch and colorful stain glass window round out the features of this home. Great location close to town across from the public library. Convenient for running errands or to enjoy the many programs at the library including children activities, concerts & farmers market. Fenced in level yard with oversized shed lends itself to all your favorite outdoor activities. Sure to please; don't miss out!

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The decision to buy a home can bring all sorts of emotions. From stress to joy to fear, you need to be prepared for any situation to arise. From saving up enough money for a down payment to securing financing to hoping for a smooth closing, buying a home is a complex event. Just about the worst thing that can happen in the process is finding the home of your dreams and then having your offer rejected. If you do lose out on the house to another bidder, below, you’ll find a few reasons why.


The Home Is Above Your Means


If you go after a home that’s above a price that you can afford, it’s likely that your offer will be declined. Look at all of your numbers and find a reasonable price point with your real estate agent. Be sure that your agent won’t show you homes that are far above your budget. Don’t risk falling in love with a house that you can’t afford. If you start big, you may be disappointed at the type of home you actually can fit in with your budget. 


A Better Offer Came In


In high competition markets or for a home that’s receiving a lot of attention, sellers may get multiple offers. All that attention is why it’s always best to keep your offer as close to the asking price as possible. Don’t assume that other buyers will bid low. Remember that sellers want to get the most return on their home, which means they are going to take the highest offer in most cases.


You also don’t want to get too carried away in asking for contingencies. If you ask too much of a seller’s, they won’t bother giving your offer serious consideration when other buyers have asked them to put less time and money into the home. Don’t ask for unnecessary repairs or over the top back costs. 


You’re Not Approved For A Mortgage


The seller wants you to have a home loan pre-approved so that the process of selling their home will be that much smoother. Some seller may only consider bids by buyers who have been pre-approved for a loan. You should definitely be pre-approved before you even set out on your home search.


To get your offer accepted on a home you love, you need to do your homework. As a buyer, you want to keep the needs of the seller in mind. Although you want the best deal for yourself, you're more likely to get a property that you want if you compromise a bit. 





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