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Posted by David Tellier on 3/22/2019


1 Cole Ave, Haverhill, MA 01835

Bradford

Single-Family

$220,000
Price

4
Rooms
2
Beds
1
Baths
This home isn't going to last schedule your showing before it's gone. Single family home in sought-after Bradford section of Haverhill, Open concept first floor features sunny living room, spacious kitchen, breakfast nook, laundry room, full bath and slider to a fenced in backyard. Two good sized bedrooms on second floor. Quiet neighborhood yet close to shopping, restaurants, fitness center, pharmacy and Dunkins. Outdoor enthusiasts will find a playground and public boat ramp on Merrimack River nearby where you can launch a speedboat or kayak. Bradford ski area is only 2 ½ miles away. Act now, before it's too late. OPEN HOUSE ON MARCH 3RD HAS BEEN CANCELLED DUE TO POSSIBLE INCLEMENT WEATHER
Open House
Sunday
March 24 at 11:00 AM to 12:30 PM
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Location: 1 Cole Ave, Haverhill, MA 01835    Get Directions

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Posted by David Tellier on 3/22/2019


1 Cole Ave, Haverhill, MA 01835

Bradford

Single-Family

$220,000
Price

4
Rooms
2
Beds
1
Baths
This home isn't going to last schedule your showing before it's gone. Single family home in sought-after Bradford section of Haverhill, Open concept first floor features sunny living room, spacious kitchen, breakfast nook, laundry room, full bath and slider to a fenced in backyard. Two good sized bedrooms on second floor. Quiet neighborhood yet close to shopping, restaurants, fitness center, pharmacy and Dunkins. Outdoor enthusiasts will find a playground and public boat ramp on Merrimack River nearby where you can launch a speedboat or kayak. Bradford ski area is only 2 ½ miles away. Act now, before it's too late. OPEN HOUSE ON MARCH 3RD HAS BEEN CANCELLED DUE TO POSSIBLE INCLEMENT WEATHER
Open House
Sunday
March 24 at 11:00 AM to 12:30 PM
Cannot make the Open Houses?
Location: 1 Cole Ave, Haverhill, MA 01835    Get Directions

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Posted by David Tellier on 3/22/2019


1 Cole Ave Avenue, Haverhill, MA 01835

Single-Family

$220,000
Price

2
Bedrooms
4
Rooms
1
Baths
This home isnt going to last schedule your showing before its gone. Single family home in sought-after Bradford section of Haverhill, Open concept first floor features sunny living room, spacious kitchen, breakfast nook, laundry room, full bath and slider to a fenced in backyard. Two good sized bedrooms on second floor. Quiet neighborhood yet close to shopping, restaurants, fitness center, pharmacy and Dunkins. Outdoor enthusiasts will find a playground and public boat ramp on Merrimack River nearby where you can launch a speedboat or kayak. Bradford ski area is only 2 miles away. Act now, before its too late. Disclosures: Central Air needs repair, missing screens, seller is related to listing agent, year built source is previous owner.
Open House
Sunday
March 24 at 11:00 AM to 12:30 PM
Cannot make the Open Houses?
Location: 1 Cole Ave Avenue, Haverhill, MA 01835    Get Directions






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Posted by David Tellier on 3/21/2019

Although you'd like to eliminate as much clutter as possible before you sell your house, doing so may seem like a long, arduous task. Fortunately, you don't have to be a home organization expert to remove clutter from your house quickly and effortlessly.

Now, let's take a look at three creative ways to help home sellers eliminate clutter instantly.

1. Develop a daily declutter schedule

Believe it or not, it doesn't take long to declutter a home, regardless of the size of your house. With a declutter schedule at your disposal, you can set small and large decluttering goals and make daily progress toward a clutter-free house.

Even spending five minutes a day decluttering your house can make a world of difference. Over the course of a week or month, you'll start to notice lots of free space fills your residence something that homebuyers are sure to appreciate.

Also, don't forget to stick to your declutter schedule as closely as possible. And if you miss a day along the way, there's no need to worry, as you can always try to make up for lost time the following day.

2. Give away one item each day

If you have excess items, why not offer them to family members, friends and others who may be able to use them?

Ultimately, if you strive to give away one item daily, you can declutter your home and help family members, friends and others at the same time.

Giving away items is a quick, simple way to declutter. Meanwhile, offering these items to others enables you to do a good deed, as you'll be able to provide something useful to someone who wants it at no charge.

3. Start with a single trash bag

Fill up a single trash bag with clutter and see what happens you'll be glad you did.

After you fill a trash bag, you'll likely find that you have many options.

This trash bag may be donated to a charitable organization, one that could use the excess items. Or, you may decide the trash bag items could be sold at a yard sale or listed online for a profit. On the other hand, if you find the trash bag items are damaged and no longer usable, you may choose to dispose of the trash bag altogether.

A gradual approach to decluttering is key, particularly for home sellers who want to alleviate stress as they prepare their residences for the real estate market. With this approach, home sellers can boost their chances of remaining calm, cool and collected as they eliminate clutter.

Lastly, if you need additional assistance with decluttering, your real estate agent may be able to lend a helping hand. This housing market professional can put you in touch with local junk removal companies that can help you eliminate clutter without delay.

Take care of clutter today, and by doing so, a home seller can move one step closer to getting the best price for his or her residence.





Posted by David Tellier on 3/14/2019

Buying a house should be a worry-free experience. Yet problems may come up that prevent a property buyer from achieving the optimal results. Lucky for you, we're here to help you quickly identify and address various homebuying hurdles.

Now, let's take a look at three tips to help you minimize stress as you navigate the homebuying journey.

1. Plan for the Best- and Worst-Case Scenarios

An informed homebuyer should have no trouble enjoying a worry-free property buying experience. In fact, this buyer will understand the best- and worst-case scenarios and know exactly what to do even in a stressful homebuying situation.

In the best-case scenario, a homebuyer will instantly find his or her dream house, submit an offer to purchase this residence and receive an immediate "Yes" from a seller. Then, this buyer can finalize a home purchase and move into his or her new residence.

On the other hand, the worst-case scenario likely will force a homebuyer to miss out on the opportunity to acquire his or her ideal residence. This scenario may involve a failure to agree to terms with a seller due to many potential homebuying problems.

Homebuyers will want to do everything they can to avoid the worst-case scenario. Fortunately, if you learn about the housing market, you can gain the insights you need to plan ahead for the property buying journey. And as a result, you can increase the likelihood of finding and buying your dream house in no time at all.

2. Get a Mortgage

Let's face it purchasing a home is your dream, but you probably don't have the necessary finances to buy a house on your own. Therefore, you may need to get home financing before you can make your homeownership dream come true.

Applying for a mortgage may seem stressful, but lenders are happy to help you in any way they can. If you consult with multiple banks and credit unions, you can review a variety of home financing options.

Don't hesitate to ask questions as you complete a mortgage application too. If you address your mortgage concerns and questions with a home financing professional, you can alleviate the stress commonly associated with applying for a mortgage.

3. Work with a Real Estate Agent

A real estate agent is a homebuying expert who can respond to any concerns or questions that you may have. If you collaborate with a real estate agent, you can get the help you need to minimize stress at each stage of the property buying journey.

Typically, a real estate agent will learn about you and your homebuying goals and help you plan accordingly. He or she will keep you up to date about available houses in your preferred cities and towns and set up home showings. And if you find a house that you want to purchase, a real estate agent will help you submit a competitive property buying proposal.

Remove stress from the homebuying journey use the aforementioned tips, and you can reap the benefits of a worry-free homebuying experience.




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