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Posted by Sonia Rollins on 3/21/2019


1 Lucaya Circle, Burlington, MA 01803

Single-Family

$719,900
Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
Stunning and meticulously kept...The home you have been waiting for is ready for you. Located on a cul-de-sac in a desirable Fox Hill neighborhood, this sun lit split entry offers it's owner many great updates including new front walkway and stairs, kitchens, baths, gleaming hardwood floors, skylights, central air & more. The home offers a great flow with a newly renovated kitchen that has a formal living room to one side of it and a beautiful family room to the other. The main level also features an attached sunroom that looks over a large private back yard with in ground pool and grass area. Lower level has great in law potential and boasts an additional family room with fireplace, playroom and den (which is currently being used as a 4th bedroom). Enclosed patio on the ground floor with serving area is a bonus to add to your back yard haven. The perfect home to enjoy with your family and friends...They may never want to leave!
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Posted by Sonia Rollins on 3/20/2019

Stunning and meticulously kept...The home you have been waiting for is ready for you. Located on a cul-de-sac in a desirable Fox Hill neighborhood, this sun lit split entry offers it's owner many great updates including new front walkway and stairs, kitchens, baths, gleaming hardwood floors, skylights, central air & more. The home offers a great flow with a newly renovated kitchen that has a formal living room to one side of it and a beautiful family room to the other. The main level also features an attached sunroom that looks over a large private back yard with in ground pool and grass area. Lower level has great in law potential and boasts an additional family room with fireplace, playroom and den (which is currently being used as a 4th bedroom). Enclosed patio on the ground floor with serving area is a bonus to add to your back yard haven. The perfect home to enjoy with your family and friends...They may never want to leave!

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Posted by Sonia Rollins on 3/20/2019


1 Lucaya Circle, Burlington, MA 01803

Single-Family

$719,900
Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
Stunning and meticulously kept...The home you have been waiting for is ready for you. Located on a cul-de-sac in a desirable Fox Hill neighborhood, this sun lit split entry offers it's owner many great updates including new front walkway and stairs, kitchens, baths, gleaming hardwood floors, skylights, central air & more. The home offers a great flow with a newly renovated kitchen that has a formal living room to one side of it and a beautiful family room to the other. The main level also features an attached sunroom that looks over a large private back yard with in ground pool and grass area. Lower level has great in law potential and boasts an additional family room with fireplace, playroom and den (which is currently being used as a 4th bedroom). Enclosed patio on the ground floor with serving area is a bonus to add to your back yard haven. The perfect home to enjoy with your family and friends...They may never want to leave!
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Posted by Sonia Rollins on 3/17/2019

New technologies are constantly being produced that are designed to make our lives easier. Technology around the home is no different.

America recently underwent a boom in residential solar power, a trend that doesn’t look like it will be slowing down anytime soon. And, big tech companies like Google and Amazon are trying to nudge their way into the smart home technology sector with devices like the Amazon Echo and Google Home.

Many of these tools and technologies are great for convenience around the house. Amazon Dash buttons let you reorder common household goods like paper towels and laundry detergent with the touch of a button in your pantry when you run low.

However, some forward-thinking homeowners are looking towards home improvements that can increase the resale value of their home by making it more desirable to potential buyers.

In today’s post, we’re talking about the latest tech that homeowners are buying to give their home an edge over the competitors in the real estate market.

Read on to find out which technologies can make a difference and which ones will soon be obsolete.

Smart home technology

Our phones have gradually become all-encompassing devices that help us organize our lives, and smart home tech companies hope to do the same thing with your home.

There is no shortage of competition for access to your home in the form of remotely controlled lighting, sprinklers, HVAC, and more.

And, while some state of the art systems might attract potential buyers, it’s important to remember that smart home tech is a fledgling industry.

That means that the tech is constantly evolving and might not be relevant or useful to potential buyers when it comes time to sell your home. (It would be like trying to sell an iPhone that is 4 generations too old for anyone to want it anymore.)

Home security

While home security technology is still rapidly changing, there is a benefit to having a system installed that can help woo potential buyers who are concerned about the safety of their family.

Aside from safety, this tech can also be just plain convenient and time-saving. Smart door locks can sync with your smartphone to unlock when you arrive at your home and lock when you leave, shaving a few seconds off of your daily routine.

Solar panels

One benefit of installing solar panels on your roof is that you can then show potential buyers physical evidence of the amount of money they can save each month on their utility bills.

However, it should be noted that there are some exciting new residential solar solutions coming to the market in the near future--one example being Tesla’s solar roof that looks almost exactly like a regular roof but generates electricity for your home.

So, when considering new technology for your home to boost its resale value on the market, remember that technologies are still changing. Keep your timeline for sale in mind, and try to avoid tech that will be obsolete before you plan on putting your home for sale.





Posted by Sonia Rollins on 3/10/2019

If you intend to purchase a house soon, it helps to prepare for the home buying journey. In fact, if you identify potential issues before you start your quest to find your dream home, you could avoid them during your property search.

Now, let's take a look at three common issues that plague homebuyers, along with tips to address these problems.

1. Lack of Home Financing

In some instances, a homebuyer will check out residences and find one that matches their expectations. Next, this buyer will submit an offer to purchase a home that ultimately gets accepted. At this point, however, the buyer may discover that they lack the necessary financing to acquire this home.

Entering the housing market with financing in hand is ideal. If a buyer gets pre-approved for a mortgage, they will know precisely how much money is available for a home purchase. As a result, this buyer can map out their home search accordingly.

To get pre-approved for a mortgage, it helps to meet with a variety of banks and credit unions. These financial institutions can teach a homebuyer about his or her mortgage options. Plus, they can help you make an informed mortgage selection.

2. Tight Home-buying Timeline

If you have only a limited amount of time to move from your current address, you may rush to purchase a house. In this scenario, you risk making a rash home purchase – something that may prove to be problematic both now and in the future.

For buyers who face a tight home-buying timeline, there is no need to stress. If you make a list of home-buying tasks you need to accomplish, you can take a step-by-step approach to the property buying journey.

3. Unrealistic Home-buying Expectations

You may expect to buy your dream residence without delay. Yet the real estate market offers no guarantees. And in certain instances, it may take many weeks or months before a buyer finds a house that they want to purchase.

To establish realistic home-buying expectations, it usually is a good idea to work with a property buying expert. Lucky for you, real estate agents are available in cities and towns nationwide, and they can provide home-buying insights that you may struggle to obtain elsewhere.

A real estate agent is committed to a homebuyer's success. As such, he or she will work with a homebuyer and help them prepare for the housing market. A real estate agent will also set up home showings and provide feedback about available residences in a buyer's preferred cities and towns. And if a buyer finds a house that they want to purchase, a real estate agent will help this individual put together a competitive home-buying proposal, too.

When it comes to purchasing a home, you should plan for the best - and worst-case scenarios. If you consider the aforementioned home-buying issues before you begin your house search, you can boost the likelihood of enjoying a successful property buying experience.




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