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Posted by Maria Acuna Real Estate on 12/8/2018

This Single-Family in Ludlow, MA recently sold for $209,000. This Cape style home was sold by - Maria Acuna Real Estate.


26 W Belmont St, Ludlow, MA 01056

Single-Family

$204,500
Price
$209,000
Sale Price

6
Rooms
4
Beds
1
Baths
Hola! Nothing to do. Ready for you to move in. Nicely updated aluminum sided home. Eat-in kitchen with ceramic floors and new appliances. Good size living room with picture window for lots of sunshine. Updated bath with ceramic floor. First floor two bedrooms and wood floors thru-out. Second floor two large bedrooms with floating floors and electric heat. Plenary of closet space. Plus bonus room in basement for extra living space. Circuit breakers. Some updated plumbing. Central air. New driveway. New Septic. And great yard.

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Categories: Sold Homes  


Posted by Maria Acuna Real Estate on 12/7/2018


10 Canby St, Holyoke, MA 01040

Rental

$850
Price

5
Rooms
2
Beds
1
Baths
Hola! Beautiful 2 bedroom apartment. Hardwood floors, updated kitchen and bathroom. Built-in china cabinet, lots of space. Non-working fire place. Won't last long so apply today!
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses

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Tags: Real Estate   Rental   Holyoke   01040  
Categories: New Homes  


Posted by Maria Acuna Real Estate on 12/7/2018

This Condo in Springfield, MA recently sold for $62,000. This Townhouse style home was sold by - Maria Acuna Real Estate.


80 Manor Court, Springfield, MA 01118

Condo

$64,900
Price
$62,000
Sale Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
1
Baths
Home sweet home! This rare three bedroom beautiful townhouse is ready for you to move in! Tucked away inside parkeast, this unit has many updates made including new carpets, new kitchen floor, new kitchen counter top and more. The laundry and storage area is conveniently located close to the unit. There is one assigned parking and extra storage. The monthly fee includes heat, hot water, cooking gas, taxes, snow & trash removal and more. The unit comes with a gas stove, fridge and 1 AC unit. Park east is conveniently located to the bus line, shopping and restaurants. No rentals allowed. Indoor cat and support animal allowed with permission. If financing, must have good credit and 10 to 20% down.

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Tags: Springfield   Real Estate   01118   condo  
Categories: Sold Homes  


Posted by Maria Acuna Real Estate on 12/6/2018

This Multi-Family in Springfield, MA recently sold for $183,000. This style home was sold by - Maria Acuna Real Estate.


77-79 Humbert Street, Springfield, MA 01109

Multi-Family

$189,500
Price
$183,000
Sale Price

2
Units
1,710
Approx. GLA
Very Nice Duplex, Corner lot, Fenced yard. Storage shed, replacement windows. 4 rooms 2 bedrooms each side. Wood floors in Both. Full separate basement for each. One kitchen has been updated with new cabinets, other side has very nice knotty pine cabinets, Both have very nice full baths. Good size rooms. Both have larger bedroom with 2 closets, and another nice size bedroom w/one closet in each

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Categories: Sold Homes  


Posted by Maria Acuna Real Estate on 12/6/2018

Preparing to put your home on the market almost invariably involves three things: painting, cleaning, and organizing. Since you might also need to do some repairs and updating, it's crucial that you prioritize your tasks and make sure you're not spending more money, time, and energy than necessary.

Consulting with your real estate agent about what projects are the most important will help you make the most of your available resources.

All home sellers have a different timetable in which they need to get their home ready for potential buyers. Few people, however, have the luxury of tackling those projects slowly or sporadically. When you factor in your busy schedule with everything that typically needs to be done before a house goes on the market, time management and self motivation become crucial elements in the process.

Wall painting often tops the list

In spite of your best intentions, walls and doors are going to get scuffed, scratched, and marred. Small, but noticeable holes from nails and thumbtacks also have a way of increasing with every passing year. Regardless of how careful you think you've been, it's virtually impossible to keep your walls looking fresh, clean, and well maintained. Bathrooms pose even more of a challenge because moisture and steam from showers will gradually cause paint to crack, peel, and lose its original smooth quality. Bedroom walls, especially those of children and teenagers, will also be subjected to a lot of wear and tear.

Fortunately the cost of a couple gallons of paint, along with brushes, rollers, and other basic supplies, is an affordable solution for most home sellers. It's one of the most cost-effective methods of freshening up your house, and it significantly enhances your home's eye appeal and marketability.

One of the pitfalls of repainting your walls, however, is the possibility of choosing colors that may turn off some potential buyers. Colors which you may describe as vibrant, splashy, or cool, might be viewed by others as garish, tacky, or "over the tip." That's why it's often best to play it safe by choosing colors that are considered neutral, such as grey, beige, tan, eggshell, and ivory.

By veering away from colors that might be considered too bold and strident, you're increasing the likelihood that your décor will appeal to the widest range of potential buyers. While there may be exceptions to just about every rule -- especially as it pertains to decorating -- your objective as a house seller is to increase the probability that your home will appeal to as many people as possible!

"Immaculate" is a good goal

Another thing prospective buyers will frequently notice is the level of cleanliness in your home. While it's difficult (at best) to keep your home absolutely spotless all the time, it does pay to establish a few family rules and expectations to help you maintain a semblance of order until your house is sold!