Wendy Johnson - RE/MAX Professional Associates



Posted by Wendy Johnson on 7/31/2020


32 Green St, Leicester, MA 01524

Single-Family

$350,000
Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
Make this amazing house HOME! Beautiful, move-in ready split entry home has hardwood flooring through-out. Large eat-in kitchen with oak cabinets with sliders leading to a large deck great for barbecues or gatherings. HUGE master suite with update master bath, large walk in closet and private balcony overlooking your beautiful back yard. . Bedrooms are very spacious and provide lots of room for storage. Living Room contains a skylight to allow the nature light to flow in providing a warm and inviting room to converse or relax. Finished basement provides an additional finished room for entertaining or a home office. This area also contains a wood stove. Laundry is conveniently located in finished basement with area for hang coat and hats. Private yard with lots of beautiful trees and flower gardens. House is heated by oil but has an outdoor wood furnace that helps subsidize heating costs!! Nothing to do but pack and move right in. Call today for your s
Open House
Sunday
August 02 at 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM
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Posted by Wendy Johnson on 7/30/2020


32 Green St, Leicester, MA 01524

Single-Family

$350,000
Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
Make this amazing house HOME! Beautiful, move-in ready split entry home has hardwood flooring through-out. Large eat-in kitchen with oak cabinets with sliders leading to a large deck great for barbecues or gatherings. HUGE master suite with update master bath, large walk in closet and private balcony overlooking your beautiful back yard. . Bedrooms are very spacious and provide lots of room for storage. Living Room contains a skylight to allow the nature light to flow in providing a warm and inviting room to converse or relax. Finished basement provides an additional finished room for entertaining or a home office. This area also contains a wood stove. Laundry is conveniently located in finished basement with area for hang coat and hats. Private yard with lots of beautiful trees and flower gardens. House is heated by oil but has an outdoor wood furnace that helps subsidize heating costs!! Nothing to do but pack and move right in. Call today for your s
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses

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Categories: New Homes  


Posted by Wendy Johnson on 7/29/2020

This Single-Family in Marlborough, MA recently sold for $330,000. This Colonial style home was sold by Wendy Johnson - RE/MAX Professional Associates.


39 Belmont St, Marlborough, MA 01752

Single-Family

$329,900
Price
$330,000
Sale Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
1
Baths
Welcome Home to this spacious Colonial in a convenient location...Only minutes to downtown, highways, and other shops/restaurants! This beautiful home offers a spacious kitchen with granite countertops, newer appliances, and is cabinet packed! The main level offers an open living room/dining room area that is perfect for entertaining and family gatherings! Completing the first floor is a full bath, separate laundry room, and a utility room that is perfect for a mudroom or home office! The second floor with the beautiful antique stairway/railings offers 3 generously sized bedrooms. The fenced in backyard with an inground pool is perfect for summer fun! All of this and a brand new front porch that is perfect for morning coffee and evening relaxation! **Scheduled Showings on Saturday 06/13 from 12-4. 15 minute increments. Masks must be worn, hand sanitizer will be provided**

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Categories: Sold Homes  


Posted by Wendy Johnson on 7/29/2020

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Whether it is a seller's market or you just have an appealing home, you could end up with multiple offers -- how can you decide which offer is best? Your agent is an excellent source of information and can help widdle through unqualified buyers, but if you still have to choose between multiple offers, here's what to consider. 

Understand fair market value: You should know what to expect and what a fair offer looks like -- your agent can help you discover what the fair market value is for your home. If there are any mitigating factors (you have been relocated at work or you need to move quickly) they could impact the decision-making process more than price.

Preapprovals in place: If you have multiple offers, the buyer with a preapproval in place has an edge. This signals that not only is the buyer interested in the home, but they are able to pay for it. It also indicates that the closing can move swiftly, since this key element is in place. A higher offer without preapproval could end up falling through if the buyer is unable to secure a mortgage. 

Payment method: In many cases, the type of mortgage the buyer is getting won't matter -- you'll get the funds at closing either way. If you are in a hurry, though, a cash buyer can move more swiftly than one with a conventional mortgage. Buyers using non-conventional mortgages like USDA loans may also encounter delays, as these can take more time to process. 

Timeline: What do the buyers propose as a closing date? Too soon and you'll have to rush to get your own things moved out -- and may end up under pressure to move. Too late and you'll feel like you are waiting forever and living between two homes -- your next, new home and the one you need to sell. 

Contingencies: A contingency for financing, appraisal or inspection is common, but too many contingencies or unusual requests could mean you're in for a problematic closing process. Consider any contingencies the buyer is demanding before deciding which offer is right for you to avoid surprises later in the process. 

Special requests: Are there any unusual requests, or does one buyer want more than others? A buyer who wants you to leave kitchen appliances is reasonable (and most expect these to convey). One who wants your heirloom furniture or outdoor equipment may be asking for more than you want to sell. You should be aware of and consider any special requests when you review offers for your home. 

Having to choose between more than one offer puts you in a great position, but it can still be nerve wracking. Working with an experienced seller's agent to vet the offers and determining which factors matter most to you can help you make the right decision for your home sale. 




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Posted by Wendy Johnson on 7/22/2020

Home renovations are generally thought of as a good thing. You can update your home for your own comfort. New amenities will make your life easier. Your home can expand in size. Whatever you are planning to do in your home is bound to have a positive affect. One thing to be aware of when you’re gearing up for the process of any type of home renovation is that of your home insurance. You want to protect yourself and your home as your go through the stages of home renovations. Below, you’ll find some tips to help you complete renovations you desire in your home without having surprise insurance bills. 


Check That Your Contractor Has Insurance Coverage


Before you sign a contract with any contractor be sure that they have sufficient insurance coverage. In particular you want to be sure that they have workers‘ compensation coverage and liability insurance. Don’t be afraid to ask the contractor for the necessary certificates and confirmation of insurance coverage before you even sign the contract. It’s your right as a consumer to know that your contractor is covered properly.


Beware Of Subcontractors As Well


Just because your general contractor is covered doesn’t mean that all subcontractors that are hired have the correct insurance. Electricians, plumbers, and other specialty contractors will need their own insurance on the job. The same rules apply as when you’re hiring any other contractor. Check with the general contractor to understand if their policy will cover all workers that are hired, or if these individuals need to carry their own insurance policies. Check with your home insurance company to see what your home insurance does and doesn’t cover during a renovation period on your home. The more knowledge that you have going into the process, the better it is for you. 


For Your Homeowner’s Insurance Policy


Once the renovations are complete, you’ll need to reassess the policy coverage amounts that you have for your home insurance policy. The renovations that you have completed will undoubtedly increase the value of your home causing you to need to increase the replacement value of your home on your insurance policy. Don’t forget to include everything from new appliances to furniture that has been replaced in the renovation. This will help you to avoid any gaps in coverage. This way, you’ll know that your home will be fully covered. With the right insurance coverage you’ll know that your home is can be rebuilt to the same specifications in the event of a complete loss. You always want this peace of mind as a homeowner.      





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