Chad Goldstein - Gold Key Realty LLC



Posted by Chad Goldstein on 5/21/2018

This Single-Family in Plymouth, MA recently sold for $325,000. This Ranch style home was sold by Chad Goldstein - Gold Key Realty LLC.


95 Esta Rd, Plymouth, MA 02360

West Plymouth

Single-Family

$299,900
Price
$325,000
Sale Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
***MULTI OFFER SITUATION, HIGHEST AND BEST DUE MONDAY 9 PM*** This newly renovated ranch will delight you with its fresh look and cozy floor plan. Spacious front yard and a new front porch lead into a first floor open floor plan meant to bring family and friends together. The living and dining rooms share all new hardwood flooring that carry into a brand new kitchen with a functional layout, granite counter tops, and high-end modern details. Recessed lighting, a full bath and two bedrooms round out the first floor. Downstairs, the master bath featuring a Jacuzzi tub is off a newly carpeted master bedroom that leads into a large, bright family room. Additional space perfect for an office or a hobby room flows to a wide walk out patio overlooking a large backyard. A new roof, water heater, electrical system, and doors make this an energy efficient and low-maintenance opportunity!

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Categories: Sold Homes  


Posted by Chad Goldstein on 5/21/2018

A home appraisal often helps a property seller determine how to price his or her residence. As such, an appraisal is important. And with a great appraisal, a seller may boost the likelihood of earning top dollar for his or her house.

Ultimately, there are many reasons to trust the final results of a house appraisal, and these reasons include:

1. A home appraisal is conducted by a property expert.

An expert home appraiser will allocate significant time and resources to complete his or her report. This professional also will perform a home analysis as part of his or her assessment. That way, a home appraiser can provide an accurate property valuation.

As you consider home appraisers, you may want to search for professionals with comprehensive experience. By doing so, you can find a home appraiser who knows the ins and outs of evaluating properties.

2. A home appraisal is based on your home's condition and real estate market data.

Although many home sellers believe an appraisal's property valuation is based solely on the age and condition of a house, other factors come into play. In fact, a home appraiser generally evaluates the current state of the housing market, the prices of comparable houses that recently sold and other real estate market data to determine the optimal property valuation.

Of course, it typically is a good idea to perform myriad property upgrades before an appraisal is completed. This may help you improve your chances of receiving the best-possible property valuation.

3. A home appraisal provides home selling insights you may struggle to obtain elsewhere.

A home seller won't have to wait too long to receive an appraisal report, as a home appraiser usually can provide this report over the course of a few days. Meanwhile, the report includes a property valuation and other home insights that a seller may be unable to obtain elsewhere. And as a result, the report may prove to be exceedingly valuable, particularly for a seller who wants to maximize the value of his or her house.

When it comes to conducting a home appraisal, you may want to consult with a real estate agent. This housing market professional can explain how a home appraisal works and answer any concerns or questions that you may have. Plus, a real estate agent may be able to put you in touch with the top-rated home appraisers in your city or town.

Let's not forget about the assistance that a real estate agent can provide throughout the house selling journey, either. A real estate agent will help you list your home and promote it to prospective buyers. And if you receive an offer to purchase your residence, a real estate agent can offer a recommendation about how to proceed with this homebuying proposal.

Ready to add your residence to the real estate market? Perform a house appraisal, and you can move one step closer to establishing a competitive initial asking price for your home.




Categories: Selling Your Home   appraisal  


Posted by Chad Goldstein on 5/19/2018


101 S Main St, Middleboro, MA 02346

Single-Family

$407,000
Price

10
Rooms
5
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Very Special Property! Warmth~comfort is what you feel the moment you step inside this beautiful home! Picture perfect large-scale rooms with high ceilings and crown moldings, natural wood wainscoting are found frequently throughout, hardwood floors and over-sized windows in almost every room! The double parlor has original pocket panel doors, a wood burning fireplace which flows into both an impressive dining room featuring a built in china cabinet as well as a very large, fully applianced eat in kitchen featuring a custom concrete counter top and a tile back splash! As you walk through the foyer and up the beautiful front staircase to the second level, you will find very large bedrooms and an office, a beautifully remodeled bath featuring double pedestal sinks and an enormous walk up attic! Very large two car detached garage and a separate gardening house to enjoy year-round! This home has been highly maintained with several updates in prior years. A rare offering and priced to sell
Open House
Saturday
May 19 at 12:00 PM to 1:30 PM
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Location: 101 S Main St, Middleboro, MA 02346    Get Directions

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Posted by Chad Goldstein on 5/18/2018


101 S Main St, Middleboro, MA 02346

Single-Family

$407,000
Price

10
Rooms
5
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Very Special Property! Warmth~comfort is what you feel the moment you step inside this beautiful home! Picture perfect large-scale rooms with high ceilings and crown moldings, natural wood wainscoting are found frequently throughout, hardwood floors and over-sized windows in almost every room! The double parlor has original pocket panel doors, a wood burning fireplace which flows into both an impressive dining room featuring a built in china cabinet as well as a very large, fully applianced eat in kitchen featuring a custom concrete counter top and a tile back splash! As you walk through the foyer and up the beautiful front staircase to the second level, you will find very large bedrooms and an office, a beautifully remodeled bath featuring double pedestal sinks and an enormous walk up attic! Very large two car detached garage and a separate gardening house to enjoy year-round! This home has been highly maintained with several updates in prior years. A rare offering and priced to sell
Open House
Saturday
May 19 at 12:00 PM to 1:30 PM
Cannot make the Open Houses?
Location: 101 S Main St, Middleboro, MA 02346    Get Directions

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Posted by Chad Goldstein on 5/14/2018

When you're buying or selling a house, there's a lot riding on your choice of a real estate agent. The right one can help you sail through the process with a minimum of frustration and setbacks. The wrong one can cost you precious time, money, and opportunities. Although things like experience, credentials, and track record are key factors to consider, personality and "chemistry" are vital elements of a successful and productive working relationship. Measuring these qualities can be a little tricky, but if the agent makes you feel comfortable, listened to, and optimistic, then they're a good prospect for your "short list." While it is possible that the first real estate agent you interview will be a perfect match for your needs, goals, and personality, it's generally advisable to meet with at least two agents or Realtors before making your final choice. Having more than one point of reference helps you make the best, most informed decision. Other than measurable criteria, such as recent sales, how long those properties were on the market, and how many listings they currently have, here are a few personal traits worth paying attention to:

  • Excellent communication skills: This can run the gamut from being an attentive listener to having the ability to describe complex things to you in a way you can understand. This trait is especially important if you're a first-time home buyer or seller, and are relatively unfamiliar with the hurdles, requirements, and steps involved in qualifying for a mortgage, marketing a property, finding properties that meet your expectations (if you're in the market), and closing on a real estate sale.
  • A positive attitude: While you don't necessarily want a real estate agent who is always looking at the world through rose-colored glasses (unrealistically), you do want to be working with someone who focuses on solutions, rather then problems. Let's face it: The search for your dream home or the ideal buyer for an existing home can sometimes be a bumpy ride. That's why it's important to pick an agent who is proactive, resourceful, optimistic, and results oriented.
  • Responsive and accessible: A crucial thing to find out in your initial meeting with a real estate agent or Realtor is their preferred method of being contacted and how long they usually take to respond to phone messages and emails. The other side of the coin is the frequency with which they plan on contacting you with updates, progress reports, and reminders. Effective communication is always a two-way street, so if the conversation feels like they're talking at you, rather than to you, then you might want to point your search in another direction.
If all else fails and you're still not sure who would be the best real estate agent for your sale or purchase, then talking to a couple of the agents' past or present clients could be the deciding factor. Asking prospective agents for references and taking the time to contact a couple of them could reveal major strengths or shortcomings that you have yet to discover -- and would like to know.







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