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Posted by Coldwell Banker Murray Real Estate on 9/23/2018


166 Upper County Road , Dennis, MA 02639

Dennisport

Condo

$189,000
Price

5
Total Rooms
2
Beds
1
Baths
Year round, first floor two bedroom unit, easily accessed in back of parking lot, very close to door and parking spot, trash,and swimming pool ,and end unit. Storage room is directly under unit, private and locked. Downstairs laundry with many appliances for your convenience. Large open grass are outside your door.Newer Septic, heating, siding. Long term renters allowed. New hallway carpet and generator are being installed this year. The condo HOA fees include heat, hot water and basic cable. Unit is convenient to shopping, beach, town businesses, church and outdoor concerts and library functions.
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Posted by Coldwell Banker Murray Real Estate on 8/21/2018


17 Ocean Park West , Dennis, MA 02639

Dennisport

Condo

$349,900
Price

4
Total Rooms
2
Beds
1
Baths
Steps to sandy private Nantucket Sound Beach! Largest 2 bedroom freestanding cottage condo located w/in Dennis Seashores. Excellent rental history with reservations in place for 2019. New living room slider to the spacious and private new trek deck and outdoor shower. Comes fully furnished and with everything needed to rent. NOT in a flood zone. Rental/property management included in association fee. Great opportunity to enjoy or ready to rent carefree and collect the income.
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Posted by Coldwell Banker Murray Real Estate on 8/18/2018


6 Ocean Park West , Dennis, MA 02639

Dennisport

Condo

$419,000
Price

6
Total Rooms
3
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Unique fully furnished, 3 bedroom, 1 1/2 bath freestanding cottage condo. Steps to private Nantucket Sound beach located within Dennis Seahsores. Manicured lawns and sandy beach. Outstanding rental history! Many repeat renters in place for the 2019 Season. Property/Renal manager included in Association fees. Open cathedral ceiling living, dining room, kitchen. Wood burning fireplace, outdoor shower, deck with patio furniture. Great opportunity to enjoy a few weeks and then rent the rest of the season.
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Posted by Coldwell Banker Murray Real Estate on 5/8/2018

Want to relocate to a condo? Buying a condo can be an uphill climb, particularly for homebuyers who are browsing the real estate market for the first time. Fortunately, real estate agents are available who will allocate the necessary time and resources to ensure you can find a top-notch condo in no time at all.

Ultimately, hiring the right real estate agent to assist you during your condo search can be easy. Here are three questions that you should ask a real estate agent before you hire him or her to guide you during your condo search:

1. How have you helped condo buyers in the past?

Ask a real estate agent about his or her past experience with condo buyers you'll be glad you did. With this information at your disposal, you can find out how a real estate professional collaborates with condo buyers to help them achieve their goals.

A real estate agent should be a good communicator, i.e. someone who keeps condo buyers informed at each stage of the condo buying journey. That way, this real estate professional will keep you up to date about new condos as they become available and ensure you can find a great condo at a budget-friendly price.

When in doubt, be sure to ask for client referrals too. By doing so, you can reach out to a real estate agent's past clients to learn about their condo buying experiences.

2. How do you approach difficult situations?

Unfortunately, the condo buying journey sometimes can be filled with roadblocks along the way. For real estate agents, it is important to remain calm, cool and collected in these situations and do everything possible to limit their impact.

Ask a real estate agent to share details about past condo buying experiences that did not necessarily go according to plan. This will provide you with insights into how a real estate agent approaches unforeseen circumstances and whether he or she can thrive under pressure.

A real estate professional with condo buying experience should do whatever it takes to help his or her client get the best results possible. With this real estate agent at your side, you should have no trouble securing your dream condo, regardless of the challenges that you encounter along the way.

3. Why should I hire you?

There is no right or wrong answer as to why you should hire a real estate agent to help you find a condo. For many condo buyers, it is a gut feeling. Meanwhile, other property buyers will choose a real estate professional based solely on his or her education and past successes.

As a condo buyer, it is important to employ a real estate agent who you will feel comfortable working with at all times. This real estate professional should be happy to help you in any way possible and respond to your condo buying concerns and queries. In addition, he or she will go the extra mile to ensure you can buy a terrific condo that matches or exceeds your expectations.




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Posted by Coldwell Banker Murray Real Estate on 3/20/2018

Purchasing a condo should be fast and easy. However, negotiations with a condo seller can quickly become stressful and may put your chances to acquire your dream condo in danger.

Lucky for you, we're here to help you simplify the process of negotiating with a condo seller to ensure you can purchase your ideal property.

Here are three tips to help you navigate tough negotiations with a condo seller.

1. Consider the Condo Seller's Perspective

Think about the condo seller's perspective and try to find common ground with this individual. By doing so, you and the condo seller may be able to agree to terms that meet the needs of both sides.

When you initially submit an offer on a condo, ensure your proposal accounts for the condo's condition and the current state of the real estate market. That way, you'll be able to avoid the risk of submitting a "lowball" offer that falls below a condo seller's expectations.

Also, maintain open lines of communication throughout the negotiation process. This will allow you to listen to a condo seller's concerns and respond accordingly.

2. Collect Plenty of Housing Market Data

If a condo seller believes you are unwilling to pay a sufficient price for his or her condo, it is always a good idea to present housing market data to back up your offer.

Explore the housing market closely to learn about the prices of comparable condos in nearby cities and towns. This will allow you to see how a particular condo stacks up against similar properties in terms of price and condition.

In addition, check out the prices of recently sold condos in your area to identify housing market patterns and trends. With this real estate market information at your disposal, you'll be able to make an informed decision about whether to continue to negotiate with a condo seller or consider other properties.

3. Collaborate with a Real Estate Agent

A real estate agent will negotiate with a condo seller on your behalf. Therefore, he or she will help you minimize the stress and anxiety that is commonly associated with condo negotiations.

Typically, a real estate agent will submit an offer on a condo and wait to hear back from a condo seller. If a condo seller decides to negotiate, a real estate agent will work with you throughout the negotiation process.

A real estate agent will listen to your condo buying concerns and questions and respond immediately. He or she also will provide honest, unbiased recommendations to help you make informed decisions during negotiations with a condo seller. This real estate professional will even share your concerns with a condo seller to help you get the best results possible.

When it comes to a negotiating with a condo seller, there is no need to worry. If you collaborate with a real estate agent, you can take the guesswork out of condo negotiations. And ultimately, you may be able to move one step closer to buying a condo that meets or exceeds your expectations.




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