Kathy Foran - REALTY EXECUTIVES Boston West



Posted by Kathy Foran on 12/4/2020

This Single-Family in Framingham, MA recently sold for $522,400. This Ranch style home was sold by Kathy Foran - REALTY EXECUTIVES Boston West.


10 Clara Road, Framingham, MA 01701

Single-Family

$489,900
Price
$522,400
Sale Price

8
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
Move right into this lovely updated & open 3 brm, 2 full bath ranch with 1,750 sf of living space in wonderful neighborhood location! Gorgeous, brand new, white kitchen w/granite counters, subway tile backsplash, luxury wood look vinyl floor, stainless steel appliances, recessed & pendant lighting & Black walnut butcher block opens to dining area w/new luxury wood look vinyl flooring! Bright fireplaced living rm w/vaulted ceiling, newer carpet & large picture window! Large family rm w/berber carpet & chair railing! Office w/new carpet & black walnut shelf! Large Laundry rm w/new wood look vinyl flooring, black walnut shelving & newer washer & dryer! Large master brm w/2 double closets & full updated bath w/tile floor! 2 additional brms both w/double closets! Updated main bath w/tile floor! Gorgeous private fenced backyard w/paver patio & 2 sheds! Architectural roof! Entire exterior & interior painted in 2020 & more! Great location, walk to schools & shops & minutes to all major routes!

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Posted by Kathy Foran on 12/2/2020

This Single-Family in Framingham, MA recently sold for $530,000. This Ranch style home was sold by Kathy Foran - REALTY EXECUTIVES Boston West.


3 Bellwood Road, Framingham, MA 01701

Single-Family

$489,900
Price
$530,000
Sale Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Lovely, bright & open 3 brm full basement ranch w/1 car attached garage in wonderful neighborhood location! Open floor plan w/fireplaced living rm w/lg picture window, recessed lights, crown molding & hardwood fl! Formal dining rm w/Bay window, crown molding & hardwood floor opens to eat in kit area w/brand new picture window(Sept 2020) & recessed lights! Kitchen w/tile fl, newer stainless steel appliances, tile backsplash & door to lovely 18x12 three season porch! Master brm w/updated half bath, hardwood flr, double closet & recessed lts! 2 additional bedrooms w/hardwood flrs, double closets & recessed lts! Future expansion potential in huge basement, to almost double the living space! Amazing, level, private half acre lot with irrigation system w/separate meter! Gas heat & Central air! Updates include new gas water heater in July 2020, architectural roof in 2009, updated windows & more! Wonderful location, walk to Callahan State Park & minutes to all major routes, schools & shopping!

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Posted by Kathy Foran on 12/1/2020

This Single-Family in Framingham, MA recently sold for $576,000. This Ranch style home was sold by Kathy Foran - REALTY EXECUTIVES Boston West.


41 Pinewood Drive, Framingham, MA 01701

Saxonville

Single-Family

$529,900
Price
$576,000
Sale Price

9
Rooms
4
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Offer deadline Sun 8/23/2020 by 6pm/Lovely bright & updated 4 brm, 2.5 bath Eldoardo ranch on private half acre+ corner lot in wonderful neighborhood location! Gorgeous open fl plan has fireplaced living room w/recessed lights & engineered Brazilian Tiger wood floor opens to dining rm w/picture window & engineered Brazilian Tiger wood floor! Beautiful eat in kitchen w/granite counters, stainless steel appliances, recessed lights, tile floor, pantry & large eat in area w/slider to private backyard! Large master bedroom w/2 double closets & full updated bath w/granite counter and tiled shower! 3 additional bedrooms all w/double closets! Updated main bath w/tile floor & granite! Home office or 5th bedroom w/brand new carpet & double closet! Oversized one car attached garage! Central Air, 200 amp electric! Architectural roof in 2015 & more! Wonderful convenient location, walk to shops & Stapleton Elementary, Cameron Middle School & Framingham HS! Minutes to Mass Pike and all major routes!

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Posted by Kathy Foran on 11/29/2020


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More and more communities are creating spaces for both individual homes and multifamily townhomes. Both styles offer lots of space, comfortable living and access to a neighborhood's amenities -- but there are some key differences that might make one style more suitable for you than another. Learning more about the differences between these styles of home can help you make the best possible decision for your family and needs. 

Luxury Townhomes vs. Single Family Homes -- What's the Difference? 

When luxury homes and townhomes are in the same neighborhood, they often have similar design styles, interiors and access to amenities, but there are some key differences to be aware of. Consider the following when you choose your next home. 

Your family size: How much space do you need, both now and in the future? A growing family may find that a bedroom is needed for each child and that more living space is better -- or will be in the future. Singles or retirees may need a guestroom and space to entertain, but not a lot of extra bedrooms or living space, so a smaller, more compact townhome may be the best bet. 

How much maintenance will you do? Do you love to garden, enjoy caring for the yard and the exterior of your home? If so, then a single family home will give you the space you need without being burdensome when it comes to maintenance. If you prefer to enjoy landscaping, hardscaping and even external maintenance and features that are cared for by someone else, then a townhome is likely a better option. 

How do you feel about stairs? It may not matter now, but there may be a day in the future that a single level home serves you better than a home with stairs. Many, but not all townhomes are multilevel, so be sure you are comfortable with steps (or have space to make accommodations later). SIngle family homes are often (but not always) on a single level, making the entire home accessible. 

Will you resell the home? If you expect to move again in a few years, then consider the resale value of the property. Your realtor is the best source of information here and can help you determine if one type of home moves more swiftly in your current location. Some markets can't keep up with demand for low-maintenance townhomes, while others have a huge demand for family homes. Knowing the preferences in your own area can help you determine how easy it will be to sell if you need to. 

Which Home is Right for You? 

Consider both your current needs and any potential future changes when you choose between these models. If you know you will have kids and want a big yard in the future, then a single family home is likely your best bet, even if you are not expecting right now. If you are enjoying your golden years, there may come a time that a big property and the care it needs may be too much for you -- investing in a stunning and comfortable townhome now will ensure you are comfortable later. 




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Posted by Kathy Foran on 11/22/2020

If you intend to sell a home, it helps to allocate time and resources to produce an effective property listing. Ultimately, a house listing can help a property seller make a positive first impression on potential buyers. And if a listing is informative and engaging, it may lead a buyer to set up a house showing.

Now, let's take a look at three tips to help you craft a house listing that hits the mark with prospective buyers.

1. Analyze the Buyer's Perspective

Think about why a buyer may pursue your house over all other available properties. Then, you can put together a home listing that accounts for the buyer's perspective.

As a home seller, your goal is to stir up interest from as many potential buyers as you can. If you assess the buyer's perspective closely, you can craft a home listing that accounts for key factors that distinguish your residence from other properties. And as a result, your home listing may help you make your house an attractive choice to dozens of prospective buyers.

2. Provide Accurate Home Information

Although you may be tempted to stretch the truth when you craft your home listing, there is no reason to do so. Because if you try to hide home problems from buyers, you may put a property sale in jeopardy down the line.

On the other hand, if you include accurate home information in your listing, you can help a buyer make an informed decision about your house. And if a buyer finds your home may match his or her expectations, this individual could set up a showing to take an in-depth look at your residence.

3. Include High-Resolution Photos of Your Home

High-resolution photos that show off the beauty of your kitchen, bedrooms and other areas of your house are must-haves in your property listing. In some instances, you may be able to capture spectacular images of your home with your camera or smartphone. Or, you can hire a professional real estate photographer to take pictures of your home for a property listing.

Clearly, there are many things you can do to transform an ordinary house listing into an exceptional one. And if you work with a real estate agent, you can get expert help as you prepare a home listing and perform other house selling tasks.

A real estate agent understands how to sell a residence and is happy to share his or her housing market insights with you. This housing market professional can help you promote your home to prospective buyers, review any offers to purchase your residence and much more. Perhaps best of all, a real estate agent will provide honest, unbiased home selling recommendations to ensure you can maximize your house sale earnings.

Prioritize your home listing you'll be glad you did. If you devote the necessary time and resources to craft a listing that highlights your home's features, you may be better equipped than ever before to enjoy a successful property selling experience.




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