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Posted by Coldwell Banker Murray Real Estate on 4/7/2018

This Single-Family in Harwich, MA recently sold for $399,000. This Cape style home was sold by - Coldwell Banker Murray Real Estate.


7 Hillside Road , Harwich, MA 02645

Harwich (village)

Single-Family

$424,000
Price
$399,000
Sale Price

6
Total Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
Cape Cod Classic on Harwich~Chatham Line (last road in Harwich!) Now available. Impeccably maintained 3 bedroom 2 full bath traditional Cape Cod style home,even with the Cape Cod Ball styled door knock !Sparkling hardwood floors,fireplace, private back yard setting, direct access to bike path at end of the road, short drive to Red River beach, 1 bedroom on 1st floor, 1st floor laundry, garage with direct access, full unfinished basement, new roof,gas heating, sizable lot, outside shower..additional leach field in place from previous owner.This well loved home is in exceptional condition offers plenty of closet storage too. New septic being installed by Seller. Spring is JUST around the corner !

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Posted by Coldwell Banker Murray Real Estate on 4/7/2018


129 Elliott Road , Barnstable, MA 02630

Centerville

Single-Family

$599,000
Price

10
Total Rooms
3
Beds
4
Baths
Completely renovated,Lots of House here! move in ready for You~ desired neighborhood~Craigville Beach~Everything has been done over New! New! New!~Includes cathedral Great Room~fireplace ~french doors patio garden~Formal living room w/ fireplace~Plus a Den~ gleaming hard wood floord up & down~ almost all new windows~ Large eat-in custom kitchen~granite and stainless~ pleasing tile flooring~ officially a 3 bedroom WITH ADDITIONAL rooms~(5 upstairs) Master en suite~new tiled baths~ & finished basement tiled floors and full bath Home is perfect for large gatherings of friends and family to enjoy what Cape Cod is all about. Over sized garage with new opener door~outside shower~ New natural gas heat system & AC~`irrigation. Strong rental history $3900 weekly~Make Your Move NOW!
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Posted by Coldwell Banker Murray Real Estate on 4/7/2018

This Single-Family in Harwich, MA recently sold for $399,000. This Cape style home was sold by - Coldwell Banker Murray Real Estate.


7 Hillside Road , Harwich, MA 02645

Harwich (village)

Single-Family

$424,000
Price
$399,000
Sale Price

6
Total Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
Cape Cod Classic on Harwich~Chatham Line (last road in Harwich!) Now available. Impeccably maintained 3 bedroom 2 full bath traditional Cape Cod style home,even with the Cape Cod Ball styled door knock !Sparkling hardwood floors,fireplace, private back yard setting, direct access to bike path at end of the road, short drive to Red River beach, 1 bedroom on 1st floor, 1st floor laundry, garage with direct access, full unfinished basement, new roof,gas heating, sizable lot, outside shower..additional leach field in place from previous owner.This well loved home is in exceptional condition offers plenty of closet storage too. New septic being installed by Seller. Spring is JUST around the corner !

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Posted by Coldwell Banker Murray Real Estate on 4/3/2018

Let's face it – homebuyers constantly compete with one another, especially if a new home is added to the real estate market that fulfills the requests of a large assortment of homebuyers in a particular area. Thus, you'll want to do whatever you can to gain a competitive advantage over other homebuyers, as this competitive edge will enable you to discover the right home quickly and efficiently. So what does it take to obtain a competitive advantage over your homebuying rivals? Here are three tips to help you gain a competitive edge over homebuyers in any real estate market: 1. Act Fast. The early bird catches the worm, and the same holds true for homebuyers who want to find the best homes in a competitive real estate segment. Homebuyers who act quickly are more likely to find great homes as soon as new residences hit the real estate market. Also, these homebuyers will be in an ideal position, one that enables them to check out a recently listed home quickly and make an offer without delay if a residence meets their needs. Study the real estate market carefully, and you'll be better equipped to make a move on a recently listed house faster than other homebuyers. Also, be sure to get pre-approved for a mortgage, as this will enable you to submit an offer without having to worry about committing extensive time and resources to get approved for a mortgage down the line. 2. Offer More Than the Asking Price. What can you do to ensure your offer stands out to a home seller? Offer more than the asking price for a residence, and you can improve your chances of securing your dream home. In the event that a home seller receives multiple offers for his or her residence, offering more than the initial asking price will help your offer stand out from others. Therefore, you'll be able to reduce the risk that you could miss out on your ideal house if you submit an offer that exceeds a home seller's asking price. 3. Work with an Experienced Real Estate Agent. When it comes to finding your dream home, why should you be forced to leave anything to chance? Instead, hire an experienced real estate agent, and you'll be able to enjoy a long-lasting competitive edge over other homebuyers. Typically, a real estate agent will possess extensive industry know-how and experience, ensuring that he or she can help you find your perfect residence immediately. This professional also will be ready to respond to any concerns or queries and ensure you are fully supported during every step of the homebuying process. From determining your ideal budget for a new home to setting up home showings, a real estate agent can make it easier for you to check out many wonderful residences in cities and towns nationwide. As a result, hiring a real estate agent could mean the difference between settling for an average house and discovering your dream residence in any real estate market. Gain the competitive edge you need in any real estate market, and you should be able to make an offer on your dream home instantly.




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Posted by Coldwell Banker Murray Real Estate on 3/27/2018

Building a fence on your property can be a great way to secure privacy, add curb appeal, or give your kids and dog a great way to play safely. There are a few things that you should know about building a fence before you take the project on. You need to be sure that everything is in place so that the project will go smoothly. 


Know What You Want


If you know the purpose of the fence, you’ll need to decide on the type of fence that will best serve what you’re looking to achieve. If you live in an area governed by an HOA for example, you may need to get clearance just to start the project. The Association may have rules and regulations as to what type of fence they’ll allow you to put up. Many variables should be answered before you leap into the project of building a fence. 


Decide On The Materials The Fence Will Be Made From


Once you know the type of fence you need, you’ll choose what that fence will be made of. If you get a wood fence, that may require a bit more maintenance than other types of fences. Materials you can choose from include:


Chain link

Vinyl

Wrought iron

Aluminum 


There are many advantages and disadvantages to these materials so do your research and discover which one will be best for you. You can even mix and match fencing materials. You may be able to use one type of fencing material in the front of your home and another kind of fencing in the back. You can get as creative as you need to be.       



Use Natural Borders


If fencing isn’t your thing, you can create borders around your property using natural barriers like shrubs, bushes, or trees. Using natural barriers is a surefire way to add curb appeal and gain some privacy as well.


Research Fencing Types


As with anything in your home, a little research can go a long way. You want to take the time to see what the best kind of fence is for you to put up. Another thing to do before you put up a fence is to talk with your neighbors. You don’t want to start a big project that will be right on their property line and get them upset with you. Depending on the nature of your neighborhood, you may even need a written agreement with your neighbors before you build a fence.     





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