Another Property Sold – 28 Crocker Drive Barnstable, MA

This Condo in Barnstable, MA recently sold for $230,000. This style home was sold by Tom Mahedy – Oceanside Realty Group.








28 Crocker Drive ,



Barnstable, MA 02601

Hyannis

Condo

$249,900
Price

$230,000
Sale Price

3
Total Rooms

1
Beds

1
Baths

Cape Cod Cottage living! Easy care, two level, freestanding condominium with low fees, just 2/10th of a mile to the sandy, southside beaches of Hyannis! This adorable and bright, two level property features refinished wide pine floors, a skylit living/dining room with door leading to fully fenced, low maintenance rear yard with multiple patios & fire-pit. Large bedroom with space for a sitting area has new carpet, double closets & lots of natural light. Tucked away, small complex, in a great location – steps to Keyes Memorial & Sea Street Beaches or a stroll to Main Street for Shopping, Dining & Nightlife. PETS -AND- WEEKLY RENTALS allowed. On Town Sewer/Water. NOT in Flood Zone requiring flood insurance.

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Avoid the Danger of Self-Sabotaging a Home Sale

Selling a home requires time, dedication and patience. As such, you need to be aware of the biggest dangers associated with selling a residence before you add your home to the real estate market; otherwise, you risk wasting your valuable time and resources.

One of the biggest home selling dangers often remains ignored – self-sabotage. And if you’re not careful, you may sabotage your chances of selling your residence without even realizing it’s happening.

So what can you do to avoid the danger of self-sabotaging your home sale? Here are three tips that home sellers can use to eliminate this risk altogether:

1. Be Realistic About the Price and Value of Your Home.

Employ a professional appraiser to evaluate your home before you list it on the real estate market. By doing so, you’ll be able to better understand what your home is worth and price it appropriately.

Also, keep in mind that what you ask for your house may not be what homebuyers offer for your residence.

For instance, in a seller’s market, you might actually receive multiple offers that exceed your initial asking price. Conversely, in a buyer’s market, you may wind up getting numerous offers at or below your original asking price.

Regardless of whether you’re selling your residence in a buyer’s or seller’s market, however, it is important to remain flexible.

Ultimately, you need to feel comfortable with the initial asking price you set your house and the offers you receive for your residence, and only then will you be able to finalize an agreement that works well for both you and a homebuyer.

2. Act Fast on Any Offers You Receive.

It is paramount to prepare for offers before they arrive, as this will enable you to act quickly and efficiently.

Typically, you’ll only have a short amount of time to decide whether to accept a homebuyer’s proposal. And if you plan for prospective offers you’ll receive, you can act confidently under duress.

Consider how you’ll respond if you receive an offer that meets or exceeds your initial asking price, along with how you’ll respond to an offer that falls below your initial expectations. Because if you plan for the best- and worst-case scenarios, you’ll be better equipped to minimize the chance of sabotaging a home sale.

3. Work with an Experienced Real Estate Agent.

Collaborate with an experienced real estate agent, and you’ll be able to prevent the risk of self-sabotage.

A real estate agent will help you determine the best price for your home and get your residence ready for a home showing. Meanwhile, this professional likely will possess years of experience and ensure you understand the ins and outs of the real estate market, allowing you to make the best decisions possible relative to your home sale.

Find the right real estate agent to sell your home – you’ll be thrilled you did! With an expert real estate agent at your disposal, you’ll be able to improve your chances of finding many interested homebuyers and getting multiple offers for your residence.

Understand the danger of self-sabotage, and you can prevent this problem from arising as you attempt to sell your house.

Another Property Sold – 83 Frost Lane Barnstable, MA

This Single-Family in Barnstable, MA recently sold for $299,500. This Ranch style home was sold by Tom Mahedy – Oceanside Realty Group.








83 Frost Lane ,



Barnstable, MA 02601

Hyannis

Single-Family

$299,500
Price

$299,500
Sale Price

4
Total Rooms

2
Beds

2
Baths

Looking for a Charmer? This 2 bedroom/2 full bath Ranch is in great shape, Open Living space with custom wood floors. Newer Roof and Septic, nice sized yard, front and back decks and just about a mile to Beach in Hyannis Port! Vibrant Main street with great restaurants and shops are close by. Will not last! All dimensions/info the verified by Buyer.

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Another Property Sold – 57 Longboat Drive Barnstable, MA

This Single-Family in Barnstable, MA recently sold for $408,400. This Contemporary style home was sold by Tom Mahedy – Oceanside Realty Group.








57 Longboat Drive ,



Barnstable, MA 02632

Centerville

Single-Family

$419,900
Price

$408,400
Sale Price

5
Total Rooms

3
Beds

2
Baths

Nestled in the woods of a quiet neighborhood, this 3 bedroom, 2 bath home exudes serenity. The large front porch with lush colorful landscaping invites you into this fresh and airy home. Gorgeous hardwood floors, new Anderson windows, cathedral ceilings and skylights give the home a spacious and bright feel. The open concept kitchen boasts granite countertops, custom cabinets, and stainless steel appliances while the living spaces in the home have beautiful and charming gas fireplaces.The Master Bedroom is freshly painted with new carpets and a renovated bathroom with a granite counter. There are two additional bedrooms freshly painted with new carpeting that share an updated bathroom with granite top. Fantastic walkout finished basement on the lower floor and stunning,

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