Kinlin Grover Ridge Realty



Posted by Kinlin Grover Ridge Realty on 12/12/2017

This Single-Family in Mashpee, MA recently sold for $325,000. This Cape style home was sold by - Kinlin Grover Ridge Realty.


4 Tradewind Drive , Mashpee, MA 02649

Mashpee (village)

Single-Family

$339,900
Price
$325,000
Sale Price

6
Total Rooms
3
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
This beautiful three bedroom Cape Cod home sits on a corner lot located in desirable Seabrook Village of South Mashpee. The first floor offers an open floor plan with pine floors and a large deck that is great for entertaining. Attached one car garage and first floor laundry. The upstairs offers two large bedrooms with walk-in closets and a large bathroom. This home offers a walk-out basement with endless possibilities. It is set on a cul-de-sac street and a short walk to association tennis courts and just a short drive to the ocean and Mashpee Commons.

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Posted by Kinlin Grover Ridge Realty on 12/10/2017

Want to add your house to the real estate market? Work with an expert real estate agent, and you can streamline the home selling process.

A real estate agent can make a world of difference for any home seller, at any time. This housing market professional will teach you the ins and outs of selling a home and ensure you can get the best price for your residence. Plus, he or she will be ready to respond to your home selling questions and provide consistent support as the home selling journey progresses.

Ultimately, it is important to understand what it takes to work with a real estate agent. This will allow you to maintain a positive approach throughout the home selling process. It might help you improve your chances of a quick sale too.

What does it take to work with a real estate agent? Here are three rules that every home seller should consider.

1. Hire a Real Estate Agent That Makes You Feel Comfortable

Selling a home can be stressful, particularly for a first-time property seller. Fortunately, working with the right real estate agent ensures you can receive world-class home selling guidance.

As a home seller, you should employ a real estate agent that makes you feel comfortable. This housing market professional will be able to alleviate your home selling concerns and guarantee you are fully supported at each stage of the home selling journey.

2. Keep the Lines of Communication Open at All Times

What good is a real estate agent if he or she won't keep you up to date about home showings, offers on your residence and homebuyer feedback?

For a home seller, it is paramount to collaborate with a real estate agent who can provide immediate assistance. This housing market professional should be ready to communicate with you via phone, email and text and provide regular updates throughout the home selling cycle.

Your real estate agent also should be unafraid to be honest with you. That way, you can receive unbiased suggestions and recommendations from your real estate agent that can help you make informed home selling decisions.

3. Understand That Problems May Arise During Home Selling Process

Although a real estate agent will do everything possible to promote your house to the right groups of property buyers, it is vital to remember that the real estate market offers no guarantees. In addition, problems sometimes may arise that may slow down the home selling journey.

Your real estate agent should be able to describe challenges that you may encounter before you add your residence to the housing market. This will enable you to plan ahead and allocate the necessary time and resources to reduce the risk of such problems.

Hiring a real estate agent to help you sell your house may seem difficult at first. But with the aforementioned tips, you can find an expert real estate professional who will make it easy for you to sell your residence.




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Posted by Kinlin Grover Ridge Realty on 12/3/2017

There's one thing all successful real estate agents, advertising executives, and marketing professionals know about human behavior: Many people make buying decisions for emotional reasons, and then justify those decisions with facts. In other words, they might say they bought a particular house because of all the updates and stainless steel appliances, but the real reason was that they could imagine themselves living there, being happy, entertaining friends and family, raising their children, and even growing old together there.

For some home buyers, the deciding factor is that it reminds them of fond childhood memories or perhaps the house they grew up in. Whenever a home for sale stirs up good feelings, happy  memories, or positive thoughts in the mind of prospective buyers, it increases the chances they'll make an offer on the house.

Home Staging Tips

If your house is now on the market or you're considering putting it up for sale, there are a lot of steps you can take to make it more attractive to buyers. Obvious improvements like doing a thorough top-to-bottom cleaning of the house can make a big difference, but there are literally dozens of other things you can do to attract more offers and get the highest possible price for your property. Sometimes it's something as simple as a creating a pleasing scent, like cinnamon, lavender, hot coffee, of freshly baked bread, cookies, or muffins, that can create a comforting and enticing ambiance for potential buyers.

Although your real estate agent should already be well versed in the nuances of home staging, it would be to your benefit to do some research on it and participate in the process. Some home owners hire a professional home staging consultant to make sure no details are overlooked.

Avoiding Home Staging Pitfalls

Attractively decorating your home can be one aspect of making a good impression on potential buyers, but it's necessary to cast the widest possible net, so to speak, when making decorating choices. In other words, you would want the appearance, style, and color choices in your home to appeal to a wide variety of different tastes, rather than just a select few. That's why it's beneficial to get an objective opinion from an experienced real estate agent, a professional decorator, or a home staging consultant. Since you've been living in your home for umpteen years, you're probably going to be "too close to the trees to see the forest."

Some things that homeowners often tend to overlook just before prospective buyers arrive to tour their house include the following:

  • Furniture that's arranged in a haphazard, disjointed, or cluttered way
  • 'Welcome' mats that are dirty, faded, and anything but welcoming
  • Overflowing or grungy-looking trash baskets
  • Overgrown shrubbery
  • Smudged or cobweb-laden windows
  • Kitchens, bathrooms, and other areas of the house that are disorganized and visibly unclean
Keeping your home in immaculate condition at all times is definitely one of the more challenging aspects of putting it up for sale. However, when you consider the cost of keeping a house on the market for longer than necessary and eventually having to lower the price, the extra effort is well worth it!


 





Posted by Kinlin Grover Ridge Realty on 11/29/2017

This Single-Family in Sandwich, MA recently sold for $925,000. This Contemporary style home was sold by - Kinlin Grover Ridge Realty.


5 Tamarack Lane , Sandwich, MA 02563

Sandwich (village)

Single-Family

$949,000
Price
$925,000
Sale Price

14
Total Rooms
4
Beds
4/1
Full/Half Baths
Beautiful waterview home located in the gated community of The Ridge Club. Home has incredible water and golf course views. On the signature 17th hole with island green. Home offers a custom 4300+ sq/ft with 4 bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms. Enter into spectacular living room open to the second floor with 2 stories of windows allowing for amazing views, open to the large custom kitchen dinning area, also formal dinning room, office, first floor laundry, 2 1/2 car garage for your golf cart, and first floor master with great views, walk in closet, nice master bath. Second floor has 3 more bedrooms, 2 full bathrooms, and a bonus room. It doesn't end there as this home has an amazing finished basement with 4 rooms, large game room, and 1100 bottle custom wine room. PLEASE VIEW VIRTUAL TOUR.

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Posted by Kinlin Grover Ridge Realty on 11/26/2017

When you sell your home, thereís a cost associated with getting a return on your investment. Certain mistakes that many sellers make when deciding to sell their home can actually cost thousands of dollars in expenses. Before you decide to sell, read on to see what you can do to avoid unnecessary consequences.


Hire A Professional To Sell Your Home


Many people think that they can sell their home on their own. Itís the best practice to hire a professional to sell your home. Even in a sellerís market, a realtor can help you to get the best price on the sale of your home.


Remove Your Things Before The Sale Of The Home


Your clutter will undoubtedly affect the value of your home. People canít see what their life would be like in your home if thereís too many things in the way. While one manís trash sometimes is another manís treasure, it certainly isnít in the case of selling your home. 


Donít Leave An Empty House For The Showing


While too much clutter is bad, it does make a difference for the home to actually be lived in. If possible, donít leave a completely empty home. Buyers need something to help them visualize what life will be like living in the home. Home searchers want to see how functional the home will be for them. 


Donít Neglect Repairs


You should take care of any repairs that need to be made before your home goes on the market. Any repairs that you donít make will likely be discovered during the home inspection. Before you even list your home, make sure that you take care of any major issues that are around your home like a leaky roof or cracked tile. This will save you a major headache later, because you wonít need to scramble to fix things after the home inspection. Buyers will also be more impressed with the home if thereís little to fix. 


Donít Overprice Or Underprice Your Home


If you donít properly price your home, it could lead to a few major issues. You may be left wondering if you could have made more money on your home. On the flip side, your home could sit on the market for a long time, leaving buyers wondering what could be wrong with your property as to why itís not selling.


Be Sure To Stage The Home


People will purchase a home based on what they see and how they feel. If your on-the-market home doesnít look polished, there will be less interest in it. You donít need to go overboard and make your home look like something out of a magazine, just make sure itís clean. Things like dirty laundry on the floor, trash laying around, and papers on the tables are big turn offs for buyers. 


With a little planning, the sale of your home should be a smooth and profitable one.