Looking for a RANCH w/GREAT BONES? Great opportunity to snatch it up before someone else does! Set back off the Road this Stately Home can Accommodate 1st Time Buyers, Downsizers,& Everyone in Between* LR w/FP & Blt-ins & Large Picture Window Brings the Outside in* 23ft Awesome Spacious Kitchen w/ Separate Dining Area & Cabinets GALORE* 12×22 Screened Porch off Kitchen * 4 Generously Sized BRS including Master BR addition* Wonderful Storage throughout with MANY Closets* Finished lower level with 21×21 Playroom and area for Wet Bar* Additional Bath w/Newer Shower Enclosure* Roof stripped & Replaced in 2001* New Furnace in 2005* Updated Electrical Panel with 200 AMP Circuit Bkrs 2008 * FIOS* Replacement Windows in 2009 (except picture window in Living Room)* Washer & Dryer Replaced in 2009* All appliances STAY* Fishing and Boating Nearby* Westborough Country Club 5 Minutes Away * Convenient to Downtown and Major Routes* This is a RARE Commodity* Well Built Ranches are SO HARD TO FIND!

This is a Ranch style home and features 7 total rooms, 2 full baths, 4 bedrooms, 0.44 Acres, and is currently available for $325,000.

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More often than not, you are interested in selling your home as quickly as possible. However, it will take some work on your part to make that possible. Let’s take a look at what it takes to get your home sold— and sold quickly.

Small Updates: Small updates will go a long way when selling your home. It’s easy to make a semi-outdated home look much more up-to-date with small updates. Changing out hardware and lighting in a bathroom, removing wallpaper and updating paint, updating lighting in bedrooms and hallways, and painting kitchen cabinets are all ways of increasing the likelihood of your home selling quicker than if you left them in an outdated state.

Clean & Organize: It is very important to clean and organize your home before open houses and photos are taken. A clean home gives the buyers an opportunity to see the home for what it is, and not all of your stuff and clutter. It will give them the opportunity to visualize themselves in the home and how they would set up each room. Clutter makes it difficult to do this as it makes rooms look smaller and covers up the true potential.

Remove Personality: It’s best to remove your personality from your home when selling. Things like pictures and picture frames, your children’s drawings on the refrigerator, the obsessive amount of purple in your bedroom, and so on. Removing your personality and creating a neutral home will better allow homebuyers to visualize themselves living there and making it their own.

Social Media: Utilizing social media is the best way to get the word out about your home being on the market. Realtors and agents are already using it, but you should also be taking advantage of it. Sharing or creating posts of your online listing and asking your friends to share will only benefit you. The more eyes on your home the more likely that you will sell— and quickly.

Photos & Video: Since online research is often the first step one takes in the home buying process, the photos and video of your home will be the first impression that a buyer has. And you want to make that the best first impression possible. Make sure to tidy your home (as mentioned above) when taking the photos. And also make sure to take the best photos possible, whether you do it yourself or hire someone to take them. Ensure that there is plenty of natural light and choose the angles that create the most appealing space. The photos you place online could make or break a homebuyer’s interest and desire to see more.

Taking the appropriate steps to make your home welcoming and stand out from its comparables will only help get it sold faster. It’s not just your realtor that has responsibility for selling your home. And with implementing the tips above, your house will be on its way to being sold in no time.

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