Kenneth Maston | Princeton Real Estate, Westminster Real Estate, Fitchburg Real Estate


An open house is a big deal, particularly for a homebuyer who is intent on finding his or her dream residence as quickly as possible. If you plan ahead for an open house, you can make the most of this event.

Ultimately, there are many reasons for a homebuyer to craft a list of questions prior to an open house, and these reasons include:

1. You can optimize your time and resources.

Let's face it – few homebuyers have time and resources to spare. And if you attend an open house, it is important to do everything possible to maximize its value.

With a list of questions in hand, you can attend an open house and learn everything you want to know about a residence. Then, when you have answers to your questions, you can decide whether to submit an offer on a residence or continue your search for your dream house.

2. You can obtain in-depth home insights.

In many instances, homebuyers will attend an open house and leave with many questions about a residence. Yet homebuyers who create a list of questions prior to an open house can quickly gain the insights they need to identify their ideal home.

For homebuyers who want to obtain in-depth home insights, preparing a list of questions prior to an open house is a must. Homebuyers who ask questions about a house's interior, exterior, condition and age can learn about many different aspects of a residence. As a result, these buyers can use all of the information at their disposal to determine whether a house matches their expectations.

3. You can make the best-possible decision regarding a home.

Buying a house is rarely a simple decision. Fortunately, attending an open house with a list of questions can help a buyer make an informed decision about any residence, at any time.

When pursuing homes, there is no reason to leave anything to chance. By preparing questions before an open house, a homebuyer can take a data-driven approach to evaluate a house. And after a comprehensive assessment, a buyer can move forward with a home offer or reenter the housing market.

As you get ready to attend an open house, it may be beneficial to hire a real estate agent too. Because if you have a real estate agent at your side, you may be able to achieve your homebuying goals faster than ever before.

A real estate agent understands the housing market and its intricacies. As such, a real estate agent can keep you up to date about open house events and help you plan accordingly.

Perhaps best of all, a real estate agent will do everything possible to take the guesswork out of buying a house. If you ever have questions during the homebuying journey, a real estate agent is happy to respond to them.

Prepare a list of questions before you attend an open house – you'll be glad you did. By doing so, you should have no trouble discovering your ideal residence.



30 Riveredge Rd, Billerica, MA 01862

Single-Family

$399,900
Price

4
Rooms
2
Beds
1
Baths
Built in 1930, with newer add-on in the 1940's. House is comfortable and livable as is, waterfront land like this on the Concord river is extremely rare. Options for this house are as is or refit to a modern updated dwelling. This property is adjacent to conservation area, very accessible, with a virtually private, sizable yard. Private yet accessible to amenities in the city. Water front property like this at this price is rare this close to commutable Boston. This home is a blank canvas awaiting your new ideas and improvements. Price to sell.
Open House
Saturday
September 14 at 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Feel free to stop out and preview this cute cottage with water frontage on the river!!!! Stop in and say hello. Here from 11 till 12 noon Sat 9/14/2019
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Location: 30 Riveredge Rd, Billerica, MA 01862    Get Directions

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There's no question about it: Being a homeowner can be a very satisfying and rewarding experience! However, enjoying that added privacy, control over your environment, and pride of ownership does not come without a price.

When you go from being a renter to an owner, a lot of things change! In additional to being responsible for property maintenance, repairs, and improvements, home ownership requires an investment of time. For many people, devoting a block of time to painting a room, organizing a closet, or cleaning out the basement can be the trickiest part of getting a project done!

One of the biggest obstacles to starting a home project is the natural human tendency to procrastinate -- especially if the project infringes on your relaxation or recreation time! On the other hand, the satisfaction you'll experience when the job is done will more than justify the time and effort. The overriding question is: "How can I motivate myself to tackle the project and get it done?" While there isn't a one-size-fits-all approach to self-motivation, here are a few ideas which might help!

Create a To-Do List: Writing down a list of priorities and revising it several times a week is a tried-and-proven method of getting things done around the house. Writing down your short-term (and long-term) goals engages your attention, serves as a visual reminder, and sets an intention for taking action. When you create a to-do list and look at it a couple times a day, it helps to focus your mind on what you want to accomplish. By organizing your thoughts, it makes it much easier to organize your home and your life. It's definitely not a panacea for all of life's ills, but it can be a darn good starting point!

Announce Your Intentions: Once you tell your spouse, your best friend, or your mother that you're going to clean out your garage or paint the spare room on Saturday, it makes it a little harder to wiggle out of it -- especially, if you've used that project as a reason for declining an invitation or postponing a favor. By stating your intention, it's almost like you're promising to do something. Since most of us are inclined to live up to our promises, announcing your intentions to complete -- or at least start -- a home-improvement or organizing project may be all it takes to get the ball rolling!

Buy or Gather the Supplies: Whether you need supplies for cleaning, painting, or screen repair, having them on hand will make it much easier to get started. On the other hand, not having them in the house makes it all-too-convenient to say, "I'll get to it tomorrow!" And as you may know, "tomorrow" either never comes or it turns into "next year!"



9 River St, Greenfield, MA 01301

Single-Family

$104,900
Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
1
Baths
Cute and cozy listed at a priced to sell. Good opportunity for first time home buyer or rental. Bring offers! Motivated seller!!! 3 Bedrooms - 1 Bathroom - Maple hardwood floors throughout - slate roof - oil heat - newly painted - washer/dryer hook up - 100 amp electrical service - off street parking
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses

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200 NORTH ST, Danvers, MA 01923

Mobile Home

$149,900
Price
$149,900
Sale Price

4
Rooms
2
Beds
1
Baths
Comes with brand new paved parking, new gutters and a small shed from Post Woodworking.Comes with brand new paved parking, new gutters and a small shed from Post Woodworking.This is a HUD Energy Star Unit, it is insulated very well and all of the lights, windows, doors and features are Energy Star Rated. This means that your monthly heating bill and electric bill will be very very small. I installed a similar unit for my mother 5 years ago and she just told me that her "largest" propane bill since then (includes the Dryer, Hot Water and Cooking as well as Heating) was $190 in one month and that was during a severe winter month. Plenty of On Street Parking (1) Paved Parking Spot, Gutters and a Brand New 6' x 8' Shed from Post Wood working Gas Heat and Cooking Range/Oven/ Electric Hot Water Laundry Hookups for Washer and Electric Dryer Includes Dishwasher and an Over the Range Microwave Oven that vents to the outside This unit is as nice or nicer than any two bedroom condo out there.

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