Cynthia Lanciloti - Kraft Fine Homes | Newton, MA Real Estate, Waltham, MA Real Estate



Watertown, MA 02472

Rental

$1,800
Price

5
Rooms
2
Beds
1
Baths
Owner occupied lovely 2 bedroom, 1 bath, corner unit is now available for rent. Updated kitchen with maple cabinets, crown moldings, attractive matching appliances and solid granite counter tops. Dining area has parquet floors, while living room and both bedrooms feature mahogany wood floors. Ample closet space in 2nd bedroom with double closets in the master bedroom. Living room has a sliding glass door leading out to a balcony exclusively for your use. Unit has been freshly painted and cleaned. Air conditioning units in the living room and master bedroom. Finishing touches will happen in the next few weeks. Laundry room is located close to the unit with several washing machines, dryers and folding table. Location offers easy access to public transportation via bus to Downtown Boston, Cambridge and Brighton. If you're taking the car the Mass Pike East/West bound are around the corner. Heat and hot water are included in rent. No pets or smokers.
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Want to relocate to a condo? With assistance from a real estate agent, you should have no trouble moving into the condo of your choice.

Employing a real estate agent with condo experience is ideal, particularly for property buyers who are considering condos for the first time. However, it is important to note that not all real estate professionals with condo experience are created equal, and some stand out for all the right reasons.

Ultimately, there are several factors to consider as you search for a real estate agent to help you find the perfect condo, including:

1. Expertise

How many years has a real estate agent been assisting condo buyers? Does a real estate agent know how to get information from a homeowners' association (HOA)? And can a real estate agent set up condo showings at your convenience? These are just a few of the questions that condo buyers need to consider before they employ a real estate agent.

As a condo buyer, there is no need to settle for a subpar real estate agent. In fact, real estate agents with condo expertise are available across the country. And if you conduct a comprehensive search for the right real estate agent, you should have no trouble finding a real estate professional who can guide you along each step of the condo buying journey.

2. Communication Skills

How does a real estate agent keep in touch with his or her clients? Try to find a real estate agent who provides regular updates throughout the condo buying process. This real estate professional will make his or her clients a priority and do whatever it takes to help them get the best results possible.

Ideally, you should be able to get in touch with a real estate agent via phone, email or text. And if a real estate agent is unavailable, you usually should expect to hear back from him or her within a few hours at most.

A real estate agent who is readily available will be able to provide you with the condo buying support that you need, any time you need it. As a result, this real estate professional can keep you up to date about new condos as they become available, the state of negotiations with a condo seller and much more.

3. Client Satisfaction

Are past clients satisfied with the support that they received from a real estate agent? Ask a real estate agent for client referrals to find out.

Reaching out to past clients can provide you with a better idea about how a real estate agent will assist you during the condo buying journey. That way, you can determine whether you will feel comfortable working with this real estate agent or if you should consider other options.

Dedicate the necessary time and resources to find a great real estate agent to help you find your dream condo. By doing so, you can move one step closer to making your condo ownership dreams come true.



Newton, MA 02458

Condo

$490,000
Price

5
Rooms
2
Beds
1
Baths
Lovely, charming, spacious & filled with natural light will make this condo a pleasure to call home. Second floor unit with beautiful woodwork, french doors, hardwood floors & over 1,000 sf of living area awaits a new owner. Kitchen has plenty of cabinet space, gas stove, dishwasher & desk area. Bathroom has been remodeled with a generous size shower with glass doors. Living room has double doors & nicely complimented by a dining room featuring chair rail & crown moldings. Bedrooms have overhead lights with ceiling fans. Additionally, you have the benefit of in unit laundry. Front porch provides an opportunity to create an at home office, while rear deck allows you to enjoy fresh air. Location offers easy access to commuter rail into Boston Landing, Lansdowne, Back Bay & South Station. Express bus is nearby as well. Take advantage of Nonantum Village or Newtonville Square with an abundance of specialty food stores, hair/nail salons, CVS, cafes, a variety casual restaurants & much more.
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Newton, MA 02458

Rental

$1,800
Price

6
Rooms
2
Beds
1
Baths
HEAT INCLUDED! Nicely laid out 2+ bedroom apartment in convenient location. Generous size kitchen with plenty of cabinet space, gas stove and bar high island with chairs. Laundry area on first floor with was and dryer included. Bedrooms are offer ample space and have pine wood floors. Easy access to Watertown and Cambridge via public transportation, bicycle or car. Charles River bike path which takes you all the way into Boston's Half Shell is close by as well. Watertown Street features Nonantum Village offering casual dining, coffee shops, banks, pasty shop, fish market, dry cleaners and several, hair/nail salons and other retail shops. No pets or smokers. Parking for 2 cars.
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Whether you're looking to buy a house or sell one, a helpful saying to keep in mind is the one about recognizing a duck:

"If it walks like a duck, quacks like a duck, and looks like a duck, then it's a duck!" As silly as that expression may be, there's a lot of wisdom in its message.

The reason it applies to real estate transactions is that people sometimes tend to overlook, justify, and gloss over potential or actual problems that need to be dealt with (and not ignored). Here are some examples, as they relate to home sellers and buyers:

Selling a home: As a home seller, one of the most important things you can do to make your home more appealing and marketable is staging. Not only is it beneficial to apply a fresh coat of paint where needed, but parts of your home may need to be repaired, upgraded, touched up, or cleaned. 

One false assumption home sellers sometimes make it that prospective buyers won't notice or care about broken tiles in the bathroom, peeling paint on the front steps, cracks in the ceiling, or mold in the basement. While there are a lot of factors that help sell a house quickly or cause it to linger on the market for months, sometimes it's the little things that can impact the desirability of a house. If there's an imperfection, flaw, or cosmetic problem in your home that you've been noticing for months or years, there's a good chance prospective buyers will take note of it, too. 

Whenever you can affordably correct a cosmetic problem in your home or property, it will usually be to your advantage as a home seller. If the problem looks like it could be a potential deal breaker, there's a chance it will be.

When you need an objective opinion on matters such as home staging, curb appeal, or increasing the marketability of your home, an experienced real estate agent is often your best source for advice and guidance.

Buying a home: There are a lot of factors that need to be evaluated when searching for your ideal home. While optimism is an essential state of mind to cultivate when you're navigating the sometimes bumpy road of house hunting, it's also important to balance that positive attitude with a drop of caution and skepticism. If you get too caught up in the excitement of buying a new house, you might miss red flags along the way that could lead to future problems or expenses.

By hiring a reputable property inspector to check everything in the house from structural integrity to the condition of mechanical systems, you can be alerted to potential safety hazards, possible water damage, malfunctioning electrical circuitry, and dozens of other issues that need to be identified, and hopefully resolved, before you become the new owner of a house.




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