Jackie Da Rosa - Century 21 North Shore/Storrs & DeNault



Posted by Jackie Da Rosa on 6/16/2019

Selling a home is a big decision with far-flung ramifications. If you're on the fence about selling your house, there is no need to wait. In fact, there are many reasons why now may be the right time to list your residence, and these include:

1. You can upgrade or downgrade.

Although your current home has served you well for many years, now may be a good time for a change. Fortunately, you can sell your residence and move into a bigger or smaller home that will suit you perfectly.

It often won't take long to transition from one home to another. In many instances, individuals simultaneously sell their current house and search for a new home. This generally enables an individual to seamlessly relocate from his or her current house to a bigger or smaller residence.

2. You can move closer to family members and friends.

If you find your current home is far away from family members and friends, don't stress. For those who sell a home, it may be only a matter of time before you can enjoy convenient access to loved ones.

By selling your current home, you can explore houses in cities and towns where your loved ones reside. Then, if you purchase a house close to family members and friends, you can visit these loved ones without having to worry about a long commute.

3. You can receive plenty of support throughout the home selling journey.

Listing a home may seem virtually impossible, particularly for someone who previously has never embarked on the property selling journey. Lucky for you, help is available to ensure you can quickly and effortlessly sell your home and maximize its value.

Working with a real estate agent typically is a good idea for first-time and experienced home sellers alike. With a real estate agent at your side, you can get the assistance you need to achieve your property selling goals.

A real estate agent understands the assorted pitfalls that a home seller may encounter. As such, he or she works with a home seller to help this individual address potential problems before they escalate. A real estate agent will collaborate with a property seller to craft a house selling strategy. Next, a real estate agent will put this plan into action and do everything possible to promote a house to prospective buyers. And if a seller receives an offer to purchase, a real estate agent will help this individual review his or her options and determine how to proceed.

In addition, a real estate agent provides a housing market resource unlike any other. He or she is available to respond to a seller's concerns and questions. Plus, a real estate agent is happy to provide home selling recommendations.

Take the guesswork out of selling your home hire a real estate agent, and you can receive extensive support as you navigate the property selling journey.




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Posted by Jackie Da Rosa on 6/13/2019

Close to commuter rail, Fitchburg University, and shopping, this home was renovated when Seller purchased it in 2004, has 3 bedrooms 2 baths and nice 1st floor lay out with dining room living room and kitchen, and full bath. Condo alternative.

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Posted by Jackie Da Rosa on 6/13/2019


3 Avon Place, Fitchburg, MA 01420

Single-Family

$164,900
Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
Close to commuter rail, Fitchburg University, and shopping, this home was renovated when Seller purchased it in 2004, has 3 bedrooms 2 baths and nice 1st floor lay out with dining room living room and kitchen, and full bath. Condo alternative.
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses

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Posted by Jackie Da Rosa on 6/9/2019

Buying a home is a decision that could have a major impact on your life for the next five to ten years (if not longer). That's why it's extremely important to know your requirements and what you need to be happy.

If you're in the process of looking for a house to buy, it pays to do an analysis of your financial resources, your goals, and your desired lifestyle.

For example, if expanding your family is part of your five-year-plan, you'll want to make sure the home you buy has enough bedrooms, play areas, and safety features to meet your future needs. The broad category of "safety features" could cover everything from the neighborhood crime rate to the amount of road traffic the street is subject to. Proximity to emergency services is also among the many things to consider when shopping for a new home.

Choosing an experienced real estate agent to help you navigate the many challenges of house hunting will increase the probability that the property you choose will be a good fit for your needs. A bank loan officer or mortgage broker can assist you in determining the type of mortgage you can afford and be approved for.

Other than affordability, sufficient space, and safety considerations, here are a few other items to keep in mind as you shop for your next home.

  • Commuting distance: Finding the ideal house that is located less than a half an hour from your business or place of employment can be difficult. That challenge becomes even greater if both you and your partner commute to work every day.
  • Number of bathrooms: Some homes only have one bathroom, which can quickly become a source of conflict and frustration in growing families. Making sure your home has enough bathrooms to meet your current and future needs is a key priority for all house hunters.
  • Miscellaneous requirements: Depending on your lifestyle and other factors, your home-buying priority list could include everything from a two-car garage and basement to a backyard patio and deck. If privacy is high on your must-have list, features like fencing, privacy hedges, and sufficient space between neighbors will also be important. Other items to consider may include a fireplace, space for a home office, and an eat-in kitchen.
There are literally dozens of characteristics, features, and advantages to look for when house shopping, so it pays to create a detailed list of everything you want, hope for, and can't live without! While it may be necessary to be flexible with certain items on your list, things like a good school district, a safe neighborhood, and house that's structurally sound and in good condition are requirements you may not want to waver from!





Posted by Jackie Da Rosa on 6/7/2019

This Single-Family in Fitchburg, MA recently sold for $178,000. This Ranch style home was sold by Jackie Da Rosa - Century 21 North Shore/Storrs & DeNault.


239 Oak Hill Road, Fitchburg, MA 01420

Single-Family

$180,000
Price
$178,000
Sale Price

4
Rooms
2
Beds
1
Baths
Looking for easy one floor living?! This is the one! Perfect opportunity to own this adorable 2 bedroom ranch in great Fitchburg location! The bright and sunny living/dining room is open to the kitchen & features w2w carpet, chair rail molding and a closet. Dine-in kitchen has pantry and door to the back porch with French doors out to the deck/pool area. Two bedrooms with plenty of natural light, w2w carpet and ample closet space. Full bath with skylight, a linen closet and stacked washer/dryer combo conveniently located outside the bathroom concludes the interior. Enjoy the warmer weather on you 18' foot deck surrounding your above ground pool, great place to sit back and relax! 1 car detached garage with 4 car driveway completes this package. Close to public transportation, shopping, trails, highway access, schools and more! Lawn mower, snow blower, wall AC and all pool accessories included in the sale. See it today!

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