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Posted by Chad Goldstein on 2/1/2019

This Single-Family in Plymouth, MA recently sold for $415,000. This Colonial,Saltbox style home was sold by Chad Goldstein - Gold Key Realty LLC.


644 Federal Furnace Rd, Plymouth, MA 02360

Single-Family

$429,900
Price
$415,000
Sale Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
Seeking quiet, peaceful living? Welcome to your new home!! This beautiful & meticulously cared for colonial is eager to play host to wonderful new memories! Your new home is situated on a corner lot set back off the road w/ lots of wooded privacy & features sweeping yard space adjacent to wooded areas of the beautiful Southers Marsh Golf Course! Enter into your new spacious living room w/ bright, natural light, new pergo floors, and open floor plan that leads to your new kitchen & dining room! Open concept layout is perfect for gatherings! Quaint kitchen boasts updated cabinets & appliances, granite counter-tops, & a center island great for entertaining! Beautiful french doors invite you to an incredible backyard space featuring a deck perfect for morning coffee or summer evening dinners! The property features three spacious bedrooms w/ ample closet space & 2 full baths, a partially finished basement for added bonus, & an attached two car garage! Don't miss out-come by today!

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Posted by Chad Goldstein on 1/29/2019

This Condo in Raynham, MA recently sold for $190,000. This Garden style home was sold by Chad Goldstein - Gold Key Realty LLC.


503 Park Place, Raynham, MA 02767

Condo

$195,000
Price
$190,000
Sale Price

4
Rooms
2
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Do not pass go! Spacious first floor condo located on Park Place in Cranberry Ridge just across from Massasoit State Park. Whether you like the adventures of hiking, biking, walking the dog, fishing, canoeing, etc. or just relaxing in your screened in porch and cooking on the grill, this is the perfect place to call home! Cabinet packed kitchen with built-in wine rack and plenty of counter space boasts pass through window to the living room perfect for entertaining. Large master bedroom with ample closet space and full bath. Don't need the second bedroom? Use it as a den office space. Half Bath, in-unit laundry, 2 deeded parking spaces, C/A. At this price, why even consider renting? Start building equity, call today!






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Posted by Chad Goldstein on 1/28/2019

Ready to submit an offer on a house? Not so fast. First, you'll want to consider a few key questions, including:

1. Can I afford to buy a house?

If you find a house you like, make sure you can afford the monthly mortgage payments. By doing so, you may be able to avoid costly, time-consuming problems down the line.

Ultimately, getting pre-approved for a mortgage can make a world of difference, particularly for a homebuyer who is ready to submit an offer on a home.

With pre-approval for a mortgage, a homebuyer will understand exactly how much money is at his or her disposal. As a result, this homebuyer can avoid the temptation to overspend on a house.

2. Should I submit a "lowball" offer?

For many homebuyers, it may seem like a good idea to submit a "lowball" offer on a house. But doing so may be problematic for a number of reasons.

If you submit a lowball proposal, a home seller is unlikely to take your bid seriously. As such, this home seller may dismiss your offer and move on to other proposals quickly.

In addition, a lowball offer may cause you to miss out on the opportunity to acquire your dream residence.

When you locate the perfect residence, there is no need to leave anything to chance. If you submit a fair proposal that meets or exceeds a home seller's expectations, you can avoid the risk of losing your dream house to a rival homebuyer.

3. How much should I offer for a residence?

We've already established that a lowball offer is rarely, if ever, a good idea. Now, you'll just need to determine what differentiates a fair proposal from a lowball one.

A fair proposal accounts for the needs of both a homebuyer and home seller. It should be based on the current state of the housing market as well as the condition of a home.

For instance, if you're operating in a buyer's market, there is likely to be a broad assortment of homes available. This means a home seller may need to lower his or her expectations due to the sheer volume of quality residences currently on the market.

Don't forget to study the prices of recently sold homes in a particular city or town too. This housing market data will help you better understand how a residence you're considering stacks up against comparable houses so you can submit an appropriate offer.

4. Do I need a real estate agent?

A real estate agent will take the guesswork out of buying a home, and for good reason. This real estate professional can help you prepare an offer and will negotiate with a home seller on your behalf. That way, you can streamline the process of going from homebuyer to homeowner.

Hire a real estate agent before you submit an offer on a house you'll be glad you did. A real estate agent will guide you along the homebuying journey and ensure you can secure a great house at a price that fits your budget.




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Posted by Chad Goldstein on 1/25/2019

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


254 Keith Avenue Ext, Brockton, MA 02301

Single-Family

$319,000
Price
$325,000
Sale Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
This multi level home is in an AWESOME, convenient to everything, Brockton neighborhood. House is set on a fenced in corner lot. Main floor features an open floor plan. Living room flows into dining room and welcomes you with plenty of windows, hardwood flooring, and a pellet stove that will heat just about the whole house! Kitchen has been updated with granite counter tops back splash and stainless steel appliances. Easy access to back deck from kitchen/dining area. Second level has three spacious, bright bedrooms all with hardwood flooring and full , tastefully updated bath. Family room is located on lower level with built in cabinets for easy storage. BRAND NEW efficient heating system ,solar panels for little to NO electric bill and new windows throughout make this property even more fantastic. You will love the fine attention to detail with the wainscoting and woodwork in various places. Priced to sell, this one is the one. Don't miss out!!

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Posted by Chad Goldstein on 1/25/2019


27 Old Dam Rd, Bourne, MA 02532

Single-Family

$629,900
Price

9
Rooms
5
Beds
4/1
Full/Half Baths
Seeking spacious, peaceful cape living? Welcome home!! This beautiful cape is eager for new & wonderful family memories!! Your new home is set back off the road and features a sweeping front yard w/ stonewall landscaping details & a quaint front porch to welcome you home! Enter into your new spacious living room w/ bright, natural light, hardwood floors, and open floor plan that leads to your new kitchen & dining room! Open concept layout is perfect for gathering family & friends! Large kitchen boasts updated cabinets, beautiful granite counter-tops, & a large center island perfect for entertaining! A dining room slider invites you to an incredible backyard space featuring a deck, hot tub, in-ground pool, and pool house- all perfect for hosting your next summer BBQ! Four spacious bedrooms, two of which are great master en-suite options! In-law aprtmt with own entrance for added income! Partially finished basement also adds for your ideal bonus room! Don't miss out-come by today!
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