Rob Dino DeNault - Century 21 North Shore/Storrs & DeNault



Posted by Rob Dino DeNault on 10/17/2017

This is a great unit!! move in condition.. Extremely large Master Bedroom, even bigger 2nd bedroom, full bath with jetted tub, shower, and double sinks. Hardwood floors in the front entry, and kitchen. Walk out the sliders to your very own deck. 2nd floor laundry for convenience!! Central Air conditioning. Backs up to the woods

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Posted by Rob Dino DeNault on 10/17/2017

Seeing your desire to buy a waterfront property through is a big accomplishment. Before you sign on the dotted lines, there are a few things that you should know about the process of choosing the perfect waterfront property for you. 


Decide What You Need


The first step in finding the right property of any kind is understanding your own needs. How do you want to use the property? Will it be your year-round home, or will you be there only a portion of the year? Really map out what your priorities are when it comes to searching for waterfront properties. From here, you can figure out what areas you’d like to search in and what type of property you want to find to suit you. What types of activities will you be doing at your property? Will a lake property do the job or do you need an ocean escape? Is canoeing or kayaking a part of your dream, or is simply sitting by the water enough enjoyment for your needs? Answering all of these questions can help you to narrow down your needs for a waterfront property. 


Touring Properties


As with any other type of home search, you should take the time to scope out the properties that you’re interested in. This means not only looking at the properties themselves but looking at the communities and neighborhoods as well. What does the area have to offer you? Is it near a town or nestled away in a secluded spot? Remember that with a typical house the size of the home is what contributes to the majority of the value of the home. With a waterfront property, the surroundings are key. The closer to the water you are, the more valuable your piece of real estate is. Consider all of the typical factors when looking at properties along with the additional concerns of being close to the amenities and natural pleasures that you crave. 


Other Important Things To Consider


Other things that you should consider in finding your perfect piece of waterfront heaven are things like:


  • How close is the beach?
  • Does the beach or lake have easy access?
  • Is there an adequate amount of privacy at this property?
  • What kind of view is there?


The more breathtaking the views and the more space between you and your neighbors will give you an advantage not only in your own living situation but in renting out the property and even selling it in the future. 


There are a lot of things that go into making the decision of finding the right waterfront property. Sometimes, hiring an experienced realtor in the area can be just what you need to understand all the aspects of your investment from the area to the type of home you choose. Don’t be afraid to hire an experienced realtor to help you in your search.   






Posted by Rob Dino DeNault on 10/12/2017


43 Caspian Way, Fitchburg, MA 01420

Condo

$188,500
Price

4
Rooms
2
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
This is a great unit!! move in condition.. Extremely large Master Bedroom, even bigger 2nd bedroom, full bath with jetted tub, shower, and double sinks. Hardwood floors in the front entry, and kitchen. Walk out the sliders to your very own deck. 2nd floor laundry for convenience!! Central Air conditioning. Backs up to the woods
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Posted by Rob Dino DeNault on 10/10/2017

As the seller of your home, you truly have the driver's keys. You have leverage regarding the final say on how much you are willing to accept for your house, when you will put your house on the market and the types of buyers you're willing to negotiate a deal with. Dates and times for when you will showcase your home during open houses is another sell deliverable that you have say in. This type of power could lead you to think that you have ultimate control over the house sell process.

Stop asking house buyers to bend too much

Think like this too long and you could start losing the chance to land a good house sell. At the worse end, your expectations as the house seller could become unreasonable. But, how do you know if you're asking for too much as the seller?

After all, it is your house. You have history at this property. It's not just a place to eat sleep and entertain for you. Your house holds your family's memories. It might be the place where you spent time with loved ones during the final days of that loved ones earthly experiences.

Babies might have been born or raised in your house. If you look, you might still be able to see the height marks that you penciled on den or kitchen wall as you tracked your child's physical growth. Weddings, birthdays, graduations and festive holiday and cultural celebrations may have been hosted at your house several times a year.

It's hard to put a price on those types of memories. They truly are priceless. But, these are your personal memories. House shoppers don't have these memories of your house to relish.

To house shoppers, your home is a dwelling, a place where they can create brand new memories.If you allow the memories that you created at your house to influence pricing too much, you could set unreasonable expectations.

A good realtor could help you to avoid this by conducting extensive market research on your house and similar area houses. For example, your realtor could run a comparable report that compares the amenities, square footage, house structure and outdoor space alongside houses located within a five mile radius of your property.

How you might be too demanding as a house seller

Demanding that house buyers wait weeks to move into your house after the deal has been signed is another sign that you may be being unreasonable. Not thoroughly cleaning your house after you vacate and removing appliances from the property that you told house buyers they could have as part of the deal are other signs that you are being unreasonable.

The latter is also a sign that you are not ready to let go of your house psychologically or emotionally. Most of all, not telling house buyers about major issues at your house is a sign that you are being unreasonable.

At first glance, keeping major issues at your house a secret might appear to save you the money of repairing those items. But, should those issues show up during an inspection or within a few days after buyers move in, your reputation could be damaged.

You could also be legally liable for the cost of the repairs. To avoid being unreasonable during the home sell process, put yourself in the buyer's shoes. Treat house shoppers and house buyers to the same level of respect, honesty and transparency that you would want to receive if you were shopping for a house.




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Posted by Rob Dino DeNault on 10/3/2017


3 Village Ln, Sterling, MA 01564

Single-Family

$415,000
Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Beautiful Home in a small cul de sac neighborhood. Very well kept with 3 car garage. Vaulted ceiling Family Room. Front to back Living Room. Sale subject to third party approval. Lender has not set or approved listing price. Property sold "As-Is"/As-Seen. Sellers make no representations or warranties Whatsoever. Buyers are responsible for performing their own due diligence including obtaining required Title V and Smoke & Carbon monoxide compliance certificates. Subject to seller's addendums attached hereto. Sellers are represented by an attorney
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