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Posted by New World Realty on 1/21/2018

The homebuying process sometimes can be tough to navigate. Fortunately, we're here to help you achieve the optimal results throughout the homebuying cycle.

Now, let's take a look at three questions that every homebuyer needs to consider as he or she pursues a home:

1. What is my "dream home" definition?

If you know what you want to find in your "dream home," you may be better equipped than ever before to streamline your home search. Thus, it generally helps to establish a list of home must-haves and wants to guide you along the homebuying journey.

As you check out a broad range of houses, don't forget to update your list of home must-haves and wants too. By doing so, you may be able to further accelerate your home search.

2. What can I afford to pay for a home?

The prices of homes vary based on location, size and other factors. As such, you may want to get pre-approved for a mortgage to ensure you know exactly how much you can spend to acquire your ideal residence.

Getting pre-approved for a mortgage can be fast and simple. If you meet with banks and credit unions, you can learn about all of the mortgage options at your disposal.

Of course, you should ask plenty of questions any time you meet with mortgage specialists. This will enable you to evaluate myriad mortgage options and choose a mortgage that complements your finances perfectly.

3. How can I quickly and effortlessly achieve my homebuying goals?

The homebuying journey differs from buyer to buyer. However, homebuyers who work with real estate agents typically can boost the likelihood of achieving the best-possible results during the homebuying journey.

A real estate agent knows the ins and outs of the housing market. He or she can teach you about the real estate sector and help you narrow your home search. Also, a real estate agent is unafraid to be honest with you and will offer unbiased recommendations to ensure that you can make an informed homebuying decision.

Let's not forget about the comprehensive assistance that a real estate agent can provide throughout the homebuying cycle, either. A real estate agent will keep you up to date about available houses that match your homebuying criteria. In addition, he or she will set up home showings that enable you to check out residences in-person. And once you discover your dream residence, a real estate agent will help you put together a competitive offer to acquire this house.

Furthermore, a real estate agent is ready to respond to any of your homebuying concerns and questions. As a result, a real estate agent will allow you to quickly and effortlessly navigate the homebuying journey.

When it comes to buying a house, there is no need to worry. If you collaborate with a real estate agent, you can get the support you need to make your homeownership dream come true.




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Posted by New World Realty on 1/15/2018


199 So. Main St, Attleboro, MA 02703

Commercial

$469,900
Price

1
Buildings
5+ Residential
Type of Comm.
13,470.00
Lot Size
Great opportunity to own a huge building close to the heart of Attleboro within walking distance to the train station. Rents and expenses are available upon request. 6 unit building in need of some work, but brings in a high income and has had some updates. Good size lot with plenty of parking. Seller currently lives in the first unit and it will be vacant for closing. Unit 1 is a 2 bedroom one bath apartment and has a projected rent of $1300 per month with separate utilities. Units 2 & 3 are a 1 bedroom apartment with separate utilities. Unit 4 is a studio apartment with all utilities included in the rent. Unit 5 is a 2 bedroom apartment with separate utilities. Unit 6 is a studio apartment with separate utilities. All tenants are currently tenant at will. Great for owner occupied or investment. Please give at least 48 hour notice for private showings due to tenants. All showings deferred to the first open house on Saturday 1/20 from 12-2.
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses

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Posted by New World Realty on 1/15/2018


199 So. Main St, Attleboro, MA 02703

Multi-Family

$469,900
Price

6
Units
3,593
Approx. GLA
Great opportunity to own a huge building close to the heart of Attleboro within walking distance to the train station. Rents and expenses are available upon request. 6 unit building in need of some work, but brings in a high income and has had some updates. Good size lot with plenty of parking. Seller currently lives in the first unit and it will be vacant for closing. Unit 1 is a 2 bedroom one bath apartment and has a projected rent of $1300 per month with separate utilities. Units 2 & 3 are a 1 bedroom apartment with separate utilities. Unit 4 is a studio apartment with all utilities included in the rent. Unit 5 is a 2 bedroom apartment with separate utilities. Unit 6 is a studio apartment with separate utilities. All tenants are currently tenant at will. Great for owner occupied or investment. Please give at least 48 hour notice for private showings due to tenants. All showings deferred to the first open house on Saturday 1/20 from 12-2.
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses

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Posted by New World Realty on 1/14/2018

You may have the notion as youíre searching for a house that the first bid will win when it comes to jumping at the chance to buy a home. Thatís not always true. however, can waiting too long to put in an offer on a home be detrimental to your home search? Weíll go over some of the best advice as to what makes a good offer, and when the best time to put that offer in is.  


Thereís actually no real set timeline for when you should put an offer in on a home. The real determination of this is the type of housing market that weíre in in at any particular time. A fast moving housing market can equate to the need for you to make an offer quickly. Most realtors will agree that you shouldn't wait too long to put in an offer on a home that you like. 


If you have a good realtor, and you have done your homework as well, youíll be able to make an educated offer. Youíll have done your due diligence if you have a pre-approval letter ready and understand a bit about the market itself, along with the pricing typical of the neighborhood where youíre interested in buying. Your realtor can help you to understand as to whether the offer you want to put in is a good one or not. 


Know What You Want


The most important part of putting in an offer on a home is knowing what you want in a  home. Before you get to the point where you actually want to put in offers, itís a good idea to have searched a bit online, and even attended a few open houses in the area where youíre searching. This will give you a better idea of whatís out there in your price range.     


The First Offer Is The Best One


This is an old adage in the real estate business. If youíre a seller, you have to assume that what a buyer is offering is their top number. If other offers come in at a higher price, then buyers who were really interested in the home may be fresh out of luck. Thatís why putting in a strong offer is so important. You donít want to lose out on a home that you really want because you havenít taken the time to understand what a good price point for a home in your neighborhood of choice is.


New Listings Have More Interest


Homes that have just been listed generate the most enthusiasm. Sometimes, the biggest part of putting an offer in on a home is trial and error. Many people will put in 2 to 3 offers before they finally secure the home of their dreams. Newer listings typically expect more for the price point the house is listed at. If a home has been listed for a short time, buyers can expect to pay close to the asking price for the home. Homes that have been on the market for a longer period of time have more negotiating power, giving the buyer a bit more wiggle room in their offer.  

The bottom line is that if you see a home that you love, youíll want to put an offer in as soon as possible. When the market is hot, no home will last long. Be prepared to make an offer when you find that property you want so that the process will be a lot easier for you.  






Posted by New World Realty on 1/11/2018


0 Kelley Blvd, North Attleboro, MA 02760

Land

$299,000
Price

1.43
Acres
Residential
Land Type
Attention builders, possible two lots for development. Desirable area, good for commuteres. Call for details.
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses






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