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Posted by James Conforti and Domingo Medina on 1/16/2020

If you intend to sell your home in the near future, you may want to upgrade your residence's interior. In fact, there are many reasons to improve your home's interior before you list your house, and these reasons include:

1. You can differentiate your residence from the competition.

For a seller who wants to help his or her home stand out to buyers, upgrading a residence's interior is ideal. Because if your house boasts a fabulous interior, your home is sure to make a great impression on buyers.

As you consider home upgrades, you may want to consult with interior designers as well. These home interior experts are happy to offer tips and insights so you can improve your residence's interior in no time at all.

2. You can boost the likelihood of a profitable home sale.

When it comes to selling your home, your ultimate goal likely is to earn as much as you can from your house sale. Thanks to a stunning home interior, you can increase your chances of enjoying a profitable house selling experience.

Remember, a dazzling home interior may make it simple for buyers to fall in love with your residence as soon as they walk through the front door. If multiple buyers compete to acquire your home, you may receive several offers to purchase at or above your residence's initial asking price.

3. You can speed up the home selling journey.

There is no telling how long it will take you to sell your house. But if you improve your residence's interior, you could make your home an attractive option to dozens of buyers. And as a result, you could reap the benefits of a fast home sale.

Of course, for those who want additional assistance during the home selling journey, hiring a real estate agent may prove to be beneficial. A real estate agent takes the guesswork out of selling a home, regardless of the current housing market's conditions.

If you want to bolster your home's interior, a real estate agent is ready to assist you in any way possible. He or she will walk through your home and offer suggestions so you can quickly enhance your house's interior. A real estate agent may be able to connect you with the top interior designers in your area, too.

In addition, a real estate agent offers plenty of assistance as you navigate the home selling journey. If you are unsure about how to price your house, for example, a real estate agent can help you analyze your home's strengths and weaknesses so you can price your residence appropriately. Or, if you are uncertain about whether to accept an offer to purchase your house, a real estate agent can help you make the best-possible decision.

Ready to add your home to the real estate market? You may want to upgrade your house's interior first. Because if you perform home interior upgrades today, you may be better equipped than ever before to enjoy a successful house selling experience.





Posted by James Conforti and Domingo Medina on 1/9/2020

After you buy a house, it may be only a few weeks before your closing date arrives. At this point, you and the home seller will finalize your transaction. And if everything goes according to plan, you'll own a new home.

Getting to closing day, however, sometimes can be difficult. Lucky for you, we're here to help ensure you can enjoy a quick, seamless home closing.

Now, let's take a look at three steps to close on a home.

1. Complete Your Mortgage Application

A mortgage is a must-have for a homebuyer to close on a residence. Fortunately, it often can be simple to obtain a mortgage that matches or exceeds your expectations.

Consult with several local banks and credit unions. By doing so, you can learn about all of your mortgage options and select a mortgage that corresponds to your finances.

After you complete a mortgage application, a bank or credit union can provide you with mortgage options. Then, you can make an informed decision about which mortgage suits you perfectly.

2. Perform a Home Inspection and Appraisal

A home inspection is paramount, as this assessment will enable you to identify any underlying home problems and address them before closing day arrives.

During a home inspection, a property expert will assess your residence both inside and out. This expert also will provide an inspection report that details his or her findings.

Review the results of a home inspection report closely – you'll be glad you did. If you assess a home inspection report, you can review a home inspector's findings and determine whether you still want to purchase a house.

If you accept the inspection results and decide to move forward with a home purchase, an appraisal may follow.

Like a home inspection, an appraisal requires a property expert to visit your home. This expert will evaluate your home's interior and exterior, as well as comparable houses in your city or town. Following a home appraisal, you will receive a property valuation.

Oftentimes, a property valuation may match or exceed the price that you intend to pay for a house. If it does not, there may be instances in which you can still walk away from a home sale or ask the seller to lower a house's asking price.

3. Buy Home Insurance

Home insurance safeguards your residence and personal belongings against loss, damage or destruction. As such, it is essential to purchase home insurance before you close on a house. Because with home insurance in place, you'll be good to go to protect your house and personal belongings against myriad disasters.

The closing process can be long and complicated. But if you work with a real estate agent, you can receive plenty of support leading up to closing day. In fact, this housing market professional is happy to provide tips to ensure you can streamline the closing process.

Get ready for closing day – follow the aforementioned steps, and you can speed up the process of acquiring your dream house.





Posted by James Conforti and Domingo Medina on 1/2/2020

This Single-Family in Winchester, MA recently sold for $690,000. This Colonial style home was sold by James Conforti and Domingo Medina - Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage.


6 Sargent Road, Winchester, MA 01890

Single-Family

$639,000
Price
$690,000
Sale Price

8
Rooms
3
Beds
1
Baths
Instant Equity! Priced $100,000 below assessed value, in a beautiful East Hill neighborhood, this home is a perfect choice for the contractor, or for buyers willing to update over time and make it their forever home. French doors in the large fireplaced Living Room lead to a great Family Room with 11 windows, and to the Dining Room with china cabinet. The original kitchen is waiting for your ideas, and includes hardwood floor, and an alcove which could possibly accommodate a half-bath. Upstairs you'll find three large corner bedrooms -- including a king-sized Master -- plus a small bonus room just right for office space/nursery/laundry. There is a 1-car heated garage, pull-down access to a floored attic, and 200-amp electrical. Older roof; heat and HW are approximately 15 years old. Many specimen trees and plantings fill the front yard, and the side/back yard offer space for your family gatherings and play time. Act quickly on this one -- the price is right!

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Posted by James Conforti and Domingo Medina on 1/2/2020

Purchasing a second home should be a fun, exciting experience. Yet homebuyers who fail to consider where they want to pursue a second residence may struggle to achieve their desired results.

If you know you want to buy a second home, it often helps to narrow your house search to residences in a select group of cities and towns. Then, you can evaluate available residences in your preferred cities and towns and boost the likelihood of finding a house that you can enjoy for years to come.

Of course, determining which cities and towns where you want to pursue a second house can be difficult. Yet there are lots of things you can do to hone your house search, including:

1. Evaluate Your Homebuying Budget

Your finances likely will play a major role in your ability to pursue and acquire a second residence. As such, you should examine your finances closely so you can establish a homebuying budget.

If you have paid the mortgage on your current house, focus on the mortgage costs associated with a second home. For example, if you want to find out how much you can afford to pay for a second home, you can meet with bank and credit union mortgage specialists. This will allow you to get pre-approved for a mortgage so you can enter the real estate market with a budget in hand.

Comparatively, if you still have a mortgage on your present house, you should consult with your lender. This will allow you to determine if you qualify for a second mortgage. Also, you can get financial guidance so you can figure out where to search for a second house that falls in line with your finances.

2. Establish a Homebuying Timeline

Think about when you want to acquire a second residence. Next, you can create a homebuying timeline to help you achieve your desired homebuying goal.

A homebuying timeline should remain flexible. If you want to purchase a second home in the mountains, for example, you should account for the time it may take to transport various personal belongings to this residence. And if problems arise that delay your efforts to acquire a second home, you should be ready to adjust your homebuying timeline as needed.

3. Hire a Real Estate Agent

Let's face it – buying a second home is rarely simple, regardless of your property buying expertise. But if you hire a real estate agent, you can receive extensive assistance as you search for a second residence.

A real estate agent understands the ins and outs of the housing market. He or she will share real estate market insights with you, along with providing tips and recommendations. As a result, a real estate agent will help you find a second home in your preferred city or town as quickly as possible.

Take the guesswork out of finding and buying a second home in the city or town of your choice – use the aforementioned tips, and you could streamline your quest to acquire a second residence that matches your expectations.





Posted by James Conforti and Domingo Medina on 12/30/2019

This Condo in Boston, MA recently sold for $633,000. This Mid-Rise style home was sold by James Conforti and Domingo Medina - Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage.


250 Meridian St, Boston, MA 02128

East Boston

Condo

$665,000
Price
$633,000
Sale Price

3
Rooms
2
Beds
2
Baths
New Opportunity to own on the waterfront at the Seville Boston Harbor, a new Luxury Building in East Boston.This 2 bedroom 2 bathroom features open concept living with Hardwood floors throughout, central air, a Chefs Kitchen with stainless steel appliances, Large Quartz counter tops and custom kitchen island, washer & dryer in the unit, plus one under ground parking space. This luxury condo offers the convenience of city living in one of Boston’s hottest new neighborhoods with great restaurants, shopping, easy access to Maverick subway station, busses and minutes to Downtown Boston, Logan airport, Rt. 1 and Rt. 93. The building offers full access to a fitness center, lobby attendant, bike storage, pet washing station and an expansive city view, and a furnished roof deck that includes gas grills. Truly one of a kind.

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