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Posted by Mac Chinsomboon on 11/19/2018

This Single-Family in Cambridge, MA recently sold for $860,000. This Colonial style home was sold by Mac Chinsomboon - Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage.


18 Plymouth St, Cambridge, MA 02141

Kendall Square

Single-Family

$849,000
Price
$860,000
Sale Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
1
Baths
Prime location! Rarely available single-family home in a preferred neighborhood convenient to Kendall Square, Inman Square, the Red Line T and the Bike Path along with numerous restaurant and shopping venues. This charming home features a well-appointed kitchen, high ceilings and extensive wood flooring. Three+ bedrooms, enclosed Sun Room and recent updated utility systems as well as a full basement and driveway parking make this a wonderful opportunity. Enjoy an exceptional city living location within Cambridge's unique cultural, academic and business community. Bike Score of 95!

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Posted by Mac Chinsomboon on 11/18/2018

An open house may be considered a success if it leads to an offer to purchase or a home sale. For a seller to achieve the best-possible results from an open house, it is important for this individual to plan ahead. That way, a seller can ensure that his or her residence makes a great impression on buyers.

Now, let's take a look at three tips to help you get your residence ready for an open house.

1. Clean Your House

A dirty, dusty house is unlikely to do you any favors. Fortunately, if you clean your residence from top to bottom, you could make it easy for buyers to see your house's full potential.

Sweep the floors, wipe down countertops and perform other home cleaning tasks. Taking a room-by-room approach to house cleaning also may be beneficial, as this will allow you to ensure that each room is neat and tidy.

2. Remove Clutter

For those who want to show off the full size of a residence, removing clutter is a must. Because if your home is messy and cluttered, buyers may be turned off by your residence as soon as they walk through the front door.

If you want to cut down on clutter, there are lots of options at your disposal. Oftentimes, it helps to host a yard sale or sell excess items online. You may want to consider donating any excess items to a local charity or giving them to family members or friends, too.

3. Boost Your Home's Curb Appeal

Your home only gets one chance to make a positive first impression on buyers. If you boost your house's curb appeal, you can make the most of this opportunity.

To improve your home's curb appeal, mow the lawn, trim the hedges and perform other lawn care tasks. Furthermore, if there is any cracked or damaged home siding, fix it as soon as possible.

Preparing for an open house may seem stressful, particularly for sellers who want to achieve the optimal results. But if you consult with a real estate agent, you can receive expert guidance in the weeks and days leading up to an open house.

A real estate agent is unafraid to be honest, and he or she will offer unbiased recommendations and suggestions so you can quickly improve your residence. In addition, a real estate agent can respond to any of your open house concerns and questions. He or she will even share buyers' feedback after an open house to help you find ways to speed up the home selling journey.

If you allocate time and resources to prep for an open house, you can improve your chances of enjoying a seamless house selling experience. Thanks to the aforementioned tips, you can get ready for any open house, at any time. And as a result, you can use an open house to stir up interest in your residence.





Posted by Mac Chinsomboon on 11/17/2018


62 Seaverns Ave, Boston, MA 02130

Jamaica Plain

Condo

$629,000
Price

5
Rooms
2
Beds
1
Baths
Highly coveted location in the heart of JP that is just steps to the areaís best restaurants, shops, cafes, the Green St MBTA Subway Stop (Orange line). Imagine enjoying a sunset perched along the tree tops on the south-facing mahogany front porch - and in your own floorthru condo with 1055sqft, 5 room, 2 bed, 1 bath, formal dining room w/ re-finished hardwood trim and dovetailed drawers, updated kitchen and bath, and a GARAGE too. Kitchen features stainless steel appliances, gas cooking, stylish concrete counters, beautiful tiled backspash, separate pantry, and large central breakfast bar/island for cooking and entertainment. Perfect timing to get in by the holidays to enjoy the private decks where you may dine al fresco! Additional storage in the basement, along with laundry. Easy access to Whole Foods, JP Licks, Cafe Nero, FoMu, Jamaica Pond, Southwest Corridor, and Longwood Medical Area. Many recent updates, incl roof, electric, boiler, windows, ext paint, insulation.
Open House
Sunday
November 18 at 1:30 PM to 2:30 PM
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Posted by Mac Chinsomboon on 11/16/2018

This Single-Family in Malden, MA recently sold for $381,000. This Ranch style home was sold by Mac Chinsomboon - Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage.


543A Highland Ave., Malden, MA 02148

Malden West End

Single-Family

$359,000
Price
$381,000
Sale Price

6
Rooms
2
Beds
1
Baths
AFFORDABLE WEST END Row-House. Location can't be beat! Walk to T at Malden Center Station or Oak Grove. Awesome neighborhood. Sweet home w/good natural lighting, fireplaced LR w/picture window & hw fl. Cute kitchen with access to deck and patio to chill, grill & enjoy outdoor space. Two ample size bdrms and a NEW bath complete the 1st fl. Mostly finished basement w/den, bonus room and full size storage room, plus laundry area including washer/dryer. Newer roof, updated heat and fresh interior paint. Across from Ameriage park & tennis courts; Near Middlesex Fells hiking & biking trails and scenic Fellsmere Pond ~ perfect for dog lovers! Green space all around. Convenient to Rt 93, Boston & pub. transportation. Walking distance to Malden Center great restaurants, new breweries :) and amenities. Offers reviewed Mon. Sept. 24, 6pm.

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Posted by Mac Chinsomboon on 11/11/2018

You have finally found what you believe to be the perfect home. Then, something rings off in your gut. Maybe it was poor communication with the seller. Maybe a big change happened in your own life in a short period of time. All you know is that you really want to back out of the deal. You might have a lot of questions. Is this possible? Are there consequences? 


The short answers to these questions are yes, and yes. There is a possibility that you could be sued by your backing out of a deal. Itís rare that buyers are actually mandated to buy a home that they donít actually want to buy. Sellers will, however, be able to keep any money that has already been paid as a deposit after a certain point in the dealings on a home sale. Sellers may also be awarded damages in some cases. 


Legally Backing Out Of The Contract


There are a few circumstances where buyers may have a legitimate right to back out of a contract on a home. If certain contingencies werenít met, as a buyer, youíre free and clear to walk away. These circumstances include:


  • Financing falls through
  • You couldnít sell your former home
  • Flaws in the home have not been disclosed
  • Property boundary line issues exist
  • Liens are against a homeís title
  • The seller does not meet the terms for improvement
  • Undisclosed uses exist for the land such as a pathway


If none of these reasons apply to you and you still have reservations about buying the home, you may need to sacrifice a huge chunk of money. The way that you exit the deal will all depend upon the contracts that were signed previously.


Other Buyers Are Waiting For The Home


If you are in a tight market and decide to back out of buying a home, you could be in luck. Often, if thereís a backup offer, itís enough to satisfy a seller that at least the home will be sold promptly. However, donít hold you breath when it comes to getting your deposits back. If you have already ďpromisedĒ to buy a home, you can kiss the deposit goodbye, unfortunately. 


Always Hire A Real Estate Attorney


Whether your state requires it or not, you should always hire a real estate attorney. These professionals can help you to read each and every line of the contracts that youíre signing when buying a home. They will make suggestions as to how you can protect yourself through the process along the way. Itís a good investment to hire a lawyer when youíre buying a home.