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Posted by MDM Realty, Inc on 2/11/2020

Selling a house is no small feat, particularly in a competitive real estate market. As such, home sellers may be prone to make mistakes if they don't plan ahead for potential pitfalls.

Common home selling mistakes include:

1. Listing a Home Without Performing Housing Market Research

Let's face it Ė selling a house can be stressful. In many instances, home sellers will want to speed through the home selling journey Ė something that may lead these sellers to list residences without evaluating the real estate market in advance.

Spending even a few minutes looking at the prices of homes in your city or town may make a world of difference. Ultimately, the more housing market research that you perform, the more likely it becomes that you'll be able to optimize the value of your house.

Take a look at the prices of available homes in your city or town that are similar to your own. Also, evaluate the prices of recently sold houses in your area. With this housing market data at your disposal, you'll be better equipped than ever before to price your residence competitively and boost your chances of a profitable home sale.

2. Accepting an Initial Offer on a Residence

The first offer that you receive on a residence may prove to be the best offer. However, in some cases, the initial offer may fall short of your expectations.

Immediately accepting the initial offer on a residence may prove to be costly. Fortunately, a home seller who understands the housing market can take a data-driven approach to determine how to proceed with any offer, at any time.

Performing a home appraisal before you list your residence can provide valuable insights into a property's value. Then, you can list your house for a competitive price, one that helps generate substantial interest in your house and may lead to offers at, near or above your initial asking price.

In addition, don't forget to consult with a real estate agent. If you receive a home offer and are unsure about whether to accept, reject or counter it, a real estate agent can provide expert advice to help you make an informed decision.

3. Ignoring a Real Estate Agent's Recommendations

A seller's agent is committed to helping you optimize the value of your residence, and this housing market professional will offer recommendations as you sell your house to ensure you that can get the best results possible.

If you ignore a real estate agent's recommendations, you may miss out on a golden opportunity to sell your house. A real estate agent provides housing market analysis and insights, along with honest, unbiased recommendations about how to overcome a wide range of home selling hurdles.

Furthermore, a real estate agent always has a home seller's best interests in mind. This housing market professional also is available to respond to a home seller's questions, guaranteeing that a home seller is fully supported at each stage of the home selling journey.

Ready to sell your house? Collaborate with a real estate agent, and you should have no trouble achieving your desired results.




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Posted by MDM Realty, Inc on 2/6/2020


6 Hiram Rd, Framingham, MA 01701

Single-Family

$434,900
Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
1
Baths
Welcome home to this sunsplashed 3 bedroom ranch home in an amazing Location. Located near The Sudbury line you have easy access to Rte 20, rte 9, Edgell rd to the pike making it a commuters dream. Large flat back yard big enough for the gardening, sports or to even add a pool. New windows, Newly renovated bathroom, Central Air conditioning, Upgraded insulation from Mass Save and a FULL walk out basement offering another 1,200 square feet of space to create additional living area. Beautiful Brick fireplace in the living room with hardwood floors all this and so much more. Come see for yourself why you should call this one Home
Open House
Saturday
February 08 at 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
Brand new to the market!
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Posted by MDM Realty, Inc on 2/6/2020


6 Hiram Rd, Framingham, MA 01701

Single-Family

$434,900
Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
1
Baths
Welcome home to this sunsplashed 3 bedroom ranch home in an amazing Location. Located near The Sudbury line you have easy access to Rte 20, rte 9, Edgell rd to the pike making it a commuters dream. Large flat back yard big enough for the gardening, sports or to even add a pool. New windows, Newly renovated bathroom, Central Air conditioning, Upgraded insulation from Mass Save and a FULL walk out basement offering another 1,200 square feet of space to create additional living area. Beautiful Brick fireplace in the living room with hardwood floors all this and so much more. Come see for yourself why you should call this one Home
Open House
Saturday
February 08 at 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
Brand new to the market!
More Open Houses
Cannot make the Open Houses?
Location: 6 Hiram Rd, Framingham, MA 01701    Get Directions

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Posted by MDM Realty, Inc on 2/6/2020


6 Hiram Rd, Framingham, MA 01701

Single-Family

$434,900
Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
1
Baths
Welcome home to this sunsplashed 3 bedroom ranch home in an amazing Location. Located near The Sudbury line you have easy access to Rte 20, rte 9, Edgell rd to the pike making it a commuters dream. Large flat back yard big enough for the gardening, sports or to even add a pool. New windows, Newly renovated bathroom, Central Air conditioning, Upgraded insulation from Mass Save and a FULL walk out basement offering another 1,200 square feet of space to create additional living area. Beautiful Brick fireplace in the living room with hardwood floors all this and so much more. Come see for yourself why you should call this one Home
Open House
Saturday
February 08 at 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
Brand new to the market!
More Open Houses
Cannot make the Open Houses?
Location: 6 Hiram Rd, Framingham, MA 01701    Get Directions

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Posted by MDM Realty, Inc on 2/4/2020

There are many benefits to installing a security system in your home. It gives you a sense security and safety for you and your family. Youíll be able to be away from your home for both short and long periods with a peace of mind. The one choice youíll need to make is the type of security system that you want to be installed in your home. Some alarms are manned by commandoes while others have much more simplistic designs.   


While some systems are installed by a professional, others are easier to install and can be done with a DIY approach. Remember that you can always start small and install a more complicated system as time goes on. You donít even need to know how to use a drill or have any kind of technical expertise for most DIY install security systems. Below, youíll find the basic steps that you should know before you install a home security system.


Basic Components In Your Home Security Package


  • The main panel complete with keypad
  • Sensors
  • Motion detectors


These are the basic things that will come with every home security system no matter how simple or fancy you get in your alarm system selection. The number of sensors that you need will depend on the number of doors and windows that are in your home. It also is based on your own personal preference. Remember that these sensors will be activated every time a door or window is opened when they are installed in your home. 

 

Install The Security Panel


Security panels are often wireless and should be placed near a power source to plug the panel in. These should also have a backup battery of some sorts. You can either place a nail on the wall or put an adhesive on the back of the panel. Itís really that simple to put the panel up!


Install The Sensors In Your Home


Security systems will come with door and window sensors and possibly along with some motion detectors. They will be placed with a moveable adhesive for your convenience. Every security system will come along with instructions for the optimum locations to place these sensors in. 


Test Your System


Once you have completed the above steps, youíll need to test your system to ensure that it has been properly activated and that everything is working properly. The specific system that youíre installing should also come along with some instructions for testing purposes. 


While DIY home security systems seem fairly simple, they arenít for everyone. Some homeowners prefer more complex systems to suit their needs. If a professional installation is for you, you should avoid self-install security systems altogether.    


 




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