Chad Goldstein - Gold Key Realty LLC



Posted by Chad Goldstein on 10/29/2020


516 Beech St, Rockland, MA 02370

Single-Family

$339,000
Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
1
Baths
Excellent opportunity for a first time home buyer or someone looking to downsize! This beautifully updated 3 bedroom home has a spacious floor plan featuring SINGLE LEVEL LIVING at its BEST! The spacious fully equipped kitchen features oak cabinetry, granite counters with a breakfast bar, dine-in area, tiled floor and slider to the patio and backyard. Large pantry/storage area off of the kitchen that leads to a wonderful bonus room ideal for a private home office/home school setup! This space also has laundry hookups! The Living room is perfect for entertaining and the open floor plan into the kitchen flows perfectly! Three good sized bedrooms and a full bath with tiled tub/shower area rounds out the rest of the living space! Gas heat, central air, not much to do but move in and add your personal touches!
Open House
Sunday
November 01 at 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
No appointment required! Showings will be conducted on a first come first serve basis!
Cannot make the Open Houses?
Location: 516 Beech St, Rockland, MA 02370    Get Directions

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Posted by Chad Goldstein on 10/29/2020


516 Beech St, Rockland, MA 02370

Single-Family

$339,000
Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
1
Baths
Excellent opportunity for a first time home buyer or someone looking to downsize! This beautifully updated 3 bedroom home has a spacious floor plan featuring SINGLE LEVEL LIVING at its BEST! The spacious fully equipped kitchen features oak cabinetry, granite counters with a breakfast bar, dine-in area, tiled floor and slider to the patio and backyard. Large pantry/storage area off of the kitchen that leads to a wonderful bonus room ideal for a private home office/home school setup! This space also has laundry hookups! The Living room is perfect for entertaining and the open floor plan into the kitchen flows perfectly! Three good sized bedrooms and a full bath with tiled tub/shower area rounds out the rest of the living space! Gas heat, central air, not much to do but move in and add your personal touches!
Open House
Sunday
November 01 at 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
No appointment required! Showings will be conducted on a first come first serve basis!
Cannot make the Open Houses?
Location: 516 Beech St, Rockland, MA 02370    Get Directions

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Posted by Chad Goldstein on 10/26/2020

A seller's market provides many opportunities for those who plan to list a residence in the near future. If you know how to capitalize on a seller's market, you may be able to quickly and effortlessly sell your house and maximize your property sale earnings.

Now, let's take a look at three tips to help you get the most out of a seller's market.

1. Analyze Your Home's Strengths and Weaknesses

It may be beneficial to conduct an inspection prior to adding your house to a seller's market. With an inspection report in hand, you can assess your residence's strengths and weaknesses. Then, you can perform home repairs and upgrades and boost the likelihood of getting the best price for your residence.

In addition, you may want to complete a home appraisal. If you receive an appraisal report, you can analyze a property valuation and use this information to establish an aggressive initial asking price for your house.

2. Craft an Engaging Home Listing

A home listing typically plays a pivotal role in the house selling journey. If you devote time and resources to create an engaging home listing, you should have no trouble stirring up lots of interest in your home in a seller's market.

As you craft a home listing, it may be a good idea to evaluate the buyer's perspective. If you understand what separates your home from comparable residences in your city or town, you may be able to find innovative ways to differentiate your house listing from all others.

It often helps to include high-resolution images of your home in your listing too. You also should incorporate accurate details about your home into your listing to help buyers determine if your residence matches or exceeds their expectations.

3. Work with a Real Estate Agent

Selling a home sometimes is tricky, regardless of the current housing market's conditions. Lucky for you, real estate agents are available who can help you achieve the optimal results in a seller's market.

A real estate agent knows what it takes to sell a residence in any location, at any time. First, he or she will create a personalized home selling strategy designed to help you accomplish your desired goals. A real estate agent next will put this plan into action and promote your residence to potential buyers. If you receive an offer to purchase your house, a real estate agent will help you determine whether to accept, reject or counter this proposal.

Furthermore, a real estate agent will help you finalize a home sale. He or she will offer tips and recommendations to help you prepare for a home closing and respond to any of your concerns or questions. Plus, a real estate agent will keep in touch with you as your home closing date approaches to help you alleviate stress.

There are lots of things you can do to capitalize on a seller's market. Thanks to the aforementioned tips, you can take advantage of a seller's market and seamlessly navigate the home selling journey.





Posted by Chad Goldstein on 10/20/2020

This Condo in Wareham, MA recently sold for $335,000. This Townhouse style home was sold by Chad Goldstein - Gold Key Realty LLC.


2697 Cranberry Hwy, Wareham, MA 02571

Condo

$225,000
Price
$335,000
Sale Price

4
Rooms
2
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY! This bright, spacious townhouse can be found in the desired Greyfield development. This very private end unit offers an open floor plan featuring a kitchen, dining area, living room, and half bath! The upstairs features two spacious bedrooms and a full bath. Through the living room you will find beautiful decorative French doors that open to your very own private deck that overlooks the perfectly manicured grounds. The townhouse also features a full basement with interior access featuring a workshop area, washer and dryer hookups, and plenty of additional room for storage! The location is perfect with easy access to highways via 195&495 and minutes away from several shops and restaurants at cranberry crossing! VERY LOW CONDO FEE! This is your chance at maintenance free living offered at an incredible price!






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Posted by Chad Goldstein on 10/19/2020

Tackling projects around the house allows you to boost your skills, saves you money and ensures your home stays in peak condition -- usually. While DIY projects can be safe, successful and rewarding, there are some instances where you're better off leaving the work to a pro. From jobs that are dangerous to those that require specialty tools for success, the following projects can turn your DIY dreams into nightmares: 

Don't DIY these Home Projects: 

Roof Repairs and Heavy Tree Work

Both of these tasks take place off the ground and pose a significant risk of injury, even to those who have experience and are working with full teams. Taking down a large tree puts you and your home in jeopardy, while roof work is one of the leading causes of injuries for construction workers. Avoid these high-risk jobs and hire a pro with the equipment to work safely and well, even off the ground. 

Big Electric Projects

Most of us can swap out a light bulb or the fixture it belongs in, but more extensive and complicated repairs and upgrades require a pro. In some larger projects, you'll need to have the work approved and ensure that it is up to code (particularly true if you are repairing or readying a rental property). In others, the risk of injuring yourself is just too great. Even if you avoid injury, a single mistake in your work can lead to a fire hazard and put your home and family at risk. If you need specialized tools, have a job that requires a full inspection or that could result in a fire hazard, leave the work to a professional. 

Hazardous Material Mitigation

You may be able to scrape away that mold, remove smoke odors or strip the lead paint in your home, but it is generally a bad idea. Any project that exposes you or your home to environmental hazards needs to be done by a pro. You could injure yourself during the process -- and even if you escape injury, you could end up missing part of the pieces you intend to remove. In this case, you'll actually increase your family's exposure to dangerous mold, lead or asbestos. Leave these hazards to a pro for your own safety and well-being. 

Skip these projects and use your time, talent and tools to tackle just about anything else around the house -- you'll stay safe, save money and get the results you want. too. 

 

 




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