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Posted by Mac Chinsomboon on 1/6/2019

If you're ready to sell your home, you may wonder if the time is right. Timing is truly everything when youíre selling a home. If you have some flexibility, it might be a good idea to wait to sell your home. Even with time constraints, there are a few strategies to employ that can help you find the sweet spot in your time frame.


The Month Matters


Itís widely accepted in the real estate community that the best time to sell a home is in the spring. Since people want to get moved in over the summertime, May could be the best month of the year to put your home on the market. 


Why Spring?


Springtime offers favorable weather conditions in most places. The good weather means that itís easy for buyers to get to open houses. Homes will also look more attractive with green grass and flowers blooming. Parents also want to get their kids settled into a new home and new neighborhood over the summer months before they start a new school. 


Competition


The favorable conditions along with the urgency of springtime buyers translate into more competition which equates to a better price tag for your home because buyers are willing to pay more due to the anxiety of wanting to find a place. 


The Day Of The Week Matters


Most buyers start looking for homes when they have free time which is generally on the weekend. That means the end of the week- preferably a Thursday- is a good day to pick to list your home. Homes that were listed earlier in the week will be farther down on the search page. Buyers will be more likely to see your listing first the later in the week that itís listed.   


Consider Your Needs


While timing is a good marketing strategy to sell your home, you need to go by your own timeline. If you need to move due to a job change or other life circumstances, you canít wait to sell. There are pros to selling during many different times of the year; it just may not be as busy or competitive on the buyerís side of things. Selling your home fast might not be a sure thing. No matter what time of year you decide to sell your home, just make sure itís inviting to buyers.         




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Posted by Mac Chinsomboon on 1/3/2019


118 Saxton St, Boston, MA 02125

Dorchester's Savin Hill

Condo

$549,000
Price

5
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
Fantastic renovated 3 bed, 2 bath, floor through in Dorchesterís hottest neighborhood of Savin Hill and is just down the street from the Savin Hill Red line subway T stop. Features an open kitchen/dining/living floorplan, enclosed front porch, sliders to a large open rear deck, gas fireplace, bamboo floors, recessed lights, central air conditioning, in-unit laundry, large master bedroom with master bath, en-suite second bedroom, and third bedroom down the hall. The kitchen has beautiful light cabinets, granite countertop, open island, stainless steel appliances, gas cooking, pendant lights. Easy access to I-93, Carson Beach, the Polish Triangle, South Bay Shopping, Tesla car chargers, red line subway, Star Market supermarket, and Dorchesterís best restaurants, shops, and cafes. Low condo fee of $200/month.
Open House
Sunday
January 06 at 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM
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Posted by Mac Chinsomboon on 12/30/2018

You know you want to make your homeownership dream come true sooner rather than later. At the same time, you still have no idea about how you'll acquire a great house at a budget-friendly price.

Navigating the housing market can be tricky, especially for those who are operating with limited finances at their disposal. Lucky for you, we're here to take the guesswork out of the homebuying journey and ensure you can discover a wonderful residence at a price that won't break your budget.

Now, let's take a look at three tips to help you buy your dream house at the lowest-possible price.

1. Analyze the Housing Market

The real estate market may seem complicated at first. Fortunately, homebuyers who collect and review housing market data can become real estate experts in no time at all.

Ultimately, homebuyers who know the ins and outs of the real estate market may be better equipped than others to get the best price on a house. These buyers can identify patterns and trends within housing market data and determine whether they're operating in a buyer's or seller's market. Then, once a buyer finds his or her dream house, this individual can submit a competitive offer to purchase that meets the needs of all parties involved in a home sale.

2. Get Pre-Approved for Home Financing

Getting pre-approved for home financing allows you to enter the real estate market with a good idea about how much you can spend on a residence. Thus, you'll be able to determine exactly how much you can afford to pay for a residence Ė and avoid overspending on a house Ė if you obtain pre-approval for a mortgage.

To receive pre-approval for a mortgage, you should meet with a variety of banks and credit unions. These financial institutions employ courteous, knowledgeable mortgage specialists who can teach you everything you need to know about home financing. That way, you can get the information you need to make an informed mortgage decision.

3. Collaborate with a Real Estate Agent

Hiring a real estate agent is essential for a homebuyer who wants to purchase his or her dream house at the right price. In fact, a real estate agent will go above and beyond the call of duty to ensure that you can avoid paying too much for your ideal residence.

Typically, a real estate agent will meet with you and learn about your homebuying goals. He or she next will craft a personalized homebuying strategy, one that allows you to quickly and effortlessly discover a high-quality and affordable residence. After you find your ideal house, a real estate agent will help you put together a competitive offer to purchase too. And if a seller accepts your homebuying proposal, a real estate agent will guide you along the final stages of the property buying journey.

Ready to make your homeownership dream a reality? Use the aforementioned tips, and you can find a top-notch house at a price that matches your budget.




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Posted by Mac Chinsomboon on 12/23/2018

If you have been looking for homes online for some time, you may be tired of viewing them on a screen. While online home searches are helpful and a perfect starting point for finding a home, you need to see a home to get a feel for it. Whether you are attending open houses or have set up private showings with your real estate agent, there are certain things that you can do to make the most of touring potential homes. You only have a limited amount of time to see a home. Your agent wonít wait around for you all day while you explore every nook of a house and people still live in the house. Thereís a good chance someone may need to come back in at some point! Read on for tips on how to use your time and resources wisely when it comes to searching for a home to buy.


Donít Waste Time


First, you should select the right homes to view. Donít waste your time looking at properties that you canít afford or arenít the right size for you. From your online search, make a list of properties youíd like to see in person. You can narrow down your search quickly by doing the following:


Carefully read property details

Check out the photos of the home in detail

Find out from your realtor if there are any comparable properties for sale


Know What You Can Afford


If you canít afford a property, donít waste your time looking at it. Be realistic in your home search, finding the properties that will suit your needs and your budget. Remember that many factors go into a listing price for a home including the location, the size of the house, the neighborhood, the amenities, and more. The bottom line is to stick with homes that fall in your budget to make your search much more manageable.


Work With Your Realtor To Schedule Home Showings


Make use of your agent. They can schedule private showings for you or alert you to upcoming open houses. You can send your agent a handful of listings that youíre interested in, and they can make a schedule for you to maximize your time seeing properties in specific locations.


Hiring a real estate agent is an essential step in buying a home. They can help you to find and view the properties that could potentially come your next home.    





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Posted by Mac Chinsomboon on 12/20/2018

This Condo in Newton, MA recently sold for $757,000. This Townhouse style home was sold by Mac Chinsomboon - Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage.


173 Auburn St, Newton, MA 02466

Auburndale

Condo

$715,000
Price
$757,000
Sale Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Welcome home to this beautiful Newton Townhouse conveniently located minutes from the Auburndale Commuter Rail Station, 505 Bus & the Mass Pike! The first floor features gleaming hardwood floors throughout, updated kitchen & appliances, large living room and dining room that are great for entertaining family and friends and also a family room/playroom off the kitchen and half bath. The second level has 3 large bedrooms and two full baths including one for the master! High ceilings and new large windows throughout this home give the home plenty of sunlight. This townhouse also features off street parking and one garage space. Don't miss out on this opportunity to live in Newton!

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