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Posted by Deborah Schilling on 10/18/2018

Promoting a house to potential buyers sometimes can be difficult. Fortunately, there are lots of things that you can do to stir up interest in your residence.

Now, let's take a look at three tips to help you promote your residence to buyers.

1. Upgrade Your Home's Curb Appeal

Amazing curb appeal is essential, particularly for a seller who wants to differentiate his or her house from other available residences. If your house boasts outstanding curb appeal, it is likely to make a positive first impression on buyers. And as a result, buyers may be more likely to request showings to view your home in comparison to other available houses in your city or town.

To upgrade your house's curb appeal, you should mow the lawn, trim the hedges and remove dirt and debris from exterior walkways. Also, devote time and resources to repair any damaged home siding.

If you require assistance with home exterior enhancements, you can reach out to local contractors as well. In fact, these professionals can help you transform your home's exterior from drab to fab in no time at all.

2. Create an Engaging Home Listing

An engaging home listing makes it easy for buyers to learn about your home. It is clear and concise, and as such, enables buyers to determine if your home matches their expectations.

To craft an engaging home listing, it often helps to make a list of your home's features. If you include relevant information about your house in your listing, you can teach buyers about your residence.

In addition, you may want to include high-resolution images of your home in your listing. With high-resolution images, you can show off the true beauty of your house to potential buyers.

3. Use Social Media to Your Advantage

If you create a home listing, you can share this listing on Facebook, Twitter and other social networks. By doing so, you can make it simple for buyers to learn about your residence.

Don't forget to share your home listing with family members and friends as well. If loved ones can access your home listing, they can share it with others and help you promote your residence to as many potential buyers as possible.

For a seller who is worried about generating interest in his or her home, you may want to hire a real estate agent. If you employ a real estate agent, you can receive expert assistance as you navigate the house selling cycle.

A real estate agent understands what it takes to promote a house to buyers in any housing market, at any time. He or she will develop an in-depth plan to showcase your residence to prospective buyers. Plus, a real estate agent will help you analyze any offers to purchase your home and ensure you can optimize your house sale earnings.

Use the aforementioned tips, and you can promote your residence to potential buyers and speed up the home selling journey.




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Posted by Deborah Schilling on 10/12/2018


573 Santuit Road , Barnstable, MA 02635

Cotuit

Single-Family

$745,000
Price

6
Total Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
Imagine the sunset views over Shoestring Bay after day in the village of Cotuit or kayaking the waters of this saltwater bay. This saltwaterfront 3 BR, 2 Bath ranch is immaculate, in move in condition. Extraordinarily quiet setting. It offers an expandable attic (subject to building codes and permits) PLUS a walkout basement with a finished play room and slider out to a ground level patio. Living areas have beautiful views and the 53' expansive deck is ready for your summer cookouts and entertaining. Sited on a quiet peninsula of Cotuit village, you will have the birds and trees rustling in the wind as your alarm clock and enjoy natural beauty of elegant swans and birds who feed in the bay. Whole house generator-fireplace in FR off kitchen.Don't miss walkthru video under photos!
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No scheduled Open Houses

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Posted by Deborah Schilling on 10/11/2018

As a home seller, it is important to do everything possible to transform an ordinary kitchen into a comfortable, attractive setting. With an awe-inspiring kitchen, you may be able to differentiate your house from others that are available in a competitive real estate market. Plus, your house's kitchen might even lead some homebuyers to submit offers immediately following a home showing.

Clearly, a top-notch kitchen can make a world of difference when you sell your house. But how can you determine whether a kitchen overhaul is necessary?

Here are three questions to consider before you embark on a kitchen renovation.

1. When do I plan to sell my house?

If you intend to sell your home quickly, you may have limited time at your disposal. Therefore, a complete kitchen overhaul may not be an option.

On the other hand, if you have several weeks or months to plan ahead, it may be worthwhile to evaluate your kitchen and find ways to improve it.

Consider your home selling timeline closely. That way, you can examine various home improvement projects and determine whether a kitchen renovation is a priority.

2. How much money do I have to complete a kitchen renovation?

A kitchen renovation can include everything from simple upgrades to a massive overhaul. As such, the costs associated with a kitchen renovation may vary.

Assess your home improvement budget and plan accordingly. If you have the funds available, you may be able to revamp your entire kitchen. However, if your financial resources are limited, you may need to consider cost-effective measures to enhance your kitchen.

Remember, there are many quick, easy ways to bolster your kitchen. Wiping down the walls and ceiling can help your kitchen dazzle. Meanwhile, repainting the kitchen walls and mopping the floors also provide simple, effective ways to improve your kitchen's appearance without breaking your budget.

3. Is a kitchen renovation worth my time?

A home appraisal may prove to be exceedingly valuable, particularly for home sellers who are on the fence about completing a kitchen renovation.

During a home appraisal, a property inspector will examine your residence and provide a report that highlights your house's strengths and weaknesses. This report can help you establish a price range for your home. In addition, the report may provide you with insights into whether a kitchen renovation may enable you to boost your home's value.

Lastly, if you're still uncertain about a kitchen renovation after a home appraisal, a real estate agent may be able to provide extra support.

A real estate agent understands the ins and outs of selling a home. Thus, he or she can evaluate your residence and help you decide whether a kitchen renovation is worth your time.

When it comes to a kitchen renovation, it is essential for home sellers to examine all of their options. Consider the aforementioned questions, and you should have no trouble determining if a kitchen renovation is right for you.




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Posted by Deborah Schilling on 10/4/2018

You and your family spend the most time in your living room. This is a great place for conversation, relaxing, and fun. The place where the family gathers often should also be a place of safety and security for everyone. Every nook of the room should be covered from the floors to the furniture to the fireplace. You can improve the safety of your living space without sacrificing on the style of the space. A safe living space is all part of a safe home. 


Be Cautious Of Fires


Fire safety should be a top priority when it comes to your living space. Especially if you have young kids or pets in the home, youíll need to make sure that little hands and paws cannot get anywhere near fireplaces, candles, or burning incense. Accidents can happen in a matter of seconds with these items. Use baby gates to block off certain areas near the fireplace to keep children and pets away. Burn candles in places that are out of the reach of little hands. Also, anything thatís burning should be secured and unable to be knocked over. 


Be Mindful Of Cords


Cords sprawled throughout the living room can spell disaster. These can lead to tripping, electrocution risks, and an overall mess. Use clever ways to keep cords organized and out of sight. You can buy cord keeper units at your local hardware store, or you can create your own. All you need is a box with holes to filter the cords through. This will keep tiny hands and paws out of the reach of loose cords          


Install Security Systems


Even when youíre home, it can be a good idea to install a security system. You should always have an alarm system installed near the front door of your home, which typically is near your living space. Security systems donít need to be an eyesore either. There are plenty of systems that actually blend right into your walls, making them an even better choice to hide them from the likes of thieves or intruders. One idea is to hide the alarm system components behind a painting or wall canvas. This is a good security measure for your children too. They wonít have access to the alarm system, so you donít have to worry about them believing that it is a toy.


Furniture


Keep furniture out of walking paths in your living space. It can cause problems for young children who are still learning how to control their own movements. Bulky furniture that gets in the way can also cause a hazard for adults too. You donít want sharp corners or bulky elements that can contribute to trips, falls, and other injuries. Always keep the safety of the very young and older adults in mind.      




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Posted by Deborah Schilling on 9/28/2018

This Single-Family in Barnstable, MA recently sold for $565,000. This Ranch style home was sold by Deborah Schilling - William Raveis Real Estate and Home Services.


62 Sea Robin Road , Barnstable, MA 02655

Osterville

Single-Family

$540,000
Price
$565,000
Sale Price

9
Total Rooms
3
Beds
3
Baths
Simply stunning mint condition ranch with a 'split floor' plan with MBR suite on one end and guest rooms and bath on other. Vaulted LR/DR and kitchen ceilings, open floor plan for entertaining, wood floors and a lovely sun room overlooking the carefully tended tranquil woodland garden, manicured lawn and rows of hydrangeas. This newer home offers beautifully finished lower level walkout with expansive Family room plus guest suite with bath (potential inlaw?) and workshop area-all with bright windows overlooking back yard. With gas heat, central a/C, skylights and quality construction throughout, this home is truly move in condition. 2 car garage and acre+ lot on cul de sac make this one of a kind. Exclude DR chandelierBuyers to verify measurments and details if relying on for purchase.

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