Got DSL? Yes We Do. Contemporary Stepped Cape set back on a 2 plus acres landscaped front yard. Main level tiled entry hall leads into an open floor plan main level that features: A spacious open floor plan Living/Dining area with floor to ceiling windows, cathedral ceiling, eat in kitchen / family area with cathedral ceiling, hardwood floors fireplace, and sliding doors to the patio that ‘lets you combine the outdoor with the indoor in the warmer weather and in cooler month and a place to set and enjoy the wild life. On upper level is a large master bedroom with walk-in closet and separate cedar closet, small private deck, Jacuzzi bath Skylight and shower. Lower level has 2 bedrooms and full bath and laundry. Other features include a studio over the 2 car garage and Rear building with additional 1 car parking and indoor storage and climate controlled work space, central air and whole- house HEPA filtering system.
The Ferry Hill Farm! Pastures and Barn! Magnificent views! A wonderful opportunity to own a truly special property! 18 acres of plush land, pastures, a large Post & Beam barn, outbuildings, and garage. The house is as beautiful as the grounds. A 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath Cape with a wrap around deck for morning coffee or sunset dinner. On the first level you will find a well lit eat-in kitchen with views, hardwood floors, half bath, inviting sun room/family room with gas stove that just pulls you in and makes you want to stay, a large living room with wood stove insert, first floor master bedroom with attached walk in closet and full bath, and first floor laundry. On the second level you will find 2 bedrooms and a full bath. The basement has been redone with concrete floor. Private and tranquil. Stylish, classic, and full of charm with room to grow!
Finding the right price for your house, however, might make you feel like you’re walking a tightrope. Of course, you’ll want to maximize the value of your home. But at the same time, you’ll want to ensure that you can avoid the dangers of asking too much or too little for your residence as well.
So what does it take to price your residence effectively? Here are three factors you need to consider:
Take a look at the prices of similar homes in your area that are currently listed on the real estate market. By doing so, you will be better equipped to determine the right price for your home.
Active listings are accessible here on my website and can help you minimize guesswork during the pricing process. This information offers substantial value, as it gives you a glimpse into the current state of the real estate market in your area and where it may be headed.
Also, you should examine past home sales data. This information can help you identify home pricing trends over the course of several months or years.
It is essential to use home pricing and sales data to gain a leg up on your rivals. However, this information should serve merely as a starting point to help you get a better idea about what your home may be worth in today’s real estate market. And ultimately, you should feel comfortable with your home’s price, regardless of whether this price matches or varies from similar residences that are available.
How would a homebuyer view your house? Considering the buyer’s perspective before you list your home is paramount, as this enables you to take a critical look at your residence’s strengths and weaknesses and price your home appropriately.
For example, if you recently revamped your home’s kitchen, you can highlight your first-rate kitchen to homebuyers. This feature may help your home garner interest from large groups of buyers. Thus, it may be a good idea to consider the total cost of your kitchen renovations when your price your residence.
Comparatively, a home that needs a lot of work, aka “a fixer-upper,” may require a discounted price.
You can market your residence as a fixer-upper to set the expectation that your house boasts a below-average price but may require significant repairs. Therefore, if you establish realistic expectations for a fixer-upper, you will be better prepared to garner attention from the right homebuyers consistently.
- The Real Estate Landscape
The real estate market constantly evolves, and those who study market trends can set the right price for their home at the right time.
In a seller’s market, you may be able to offer a higher price due to a limited supply of quality residences. On the other hand, in a buyer’s market, you may need to set a below-average price to draw attention from homebuyers who can choose from a wide range of top-notch residences.
Studying the real estate market can help you become an informed seller. As a result, you’ll be able to determine the ideal price for your residence and improve your chances of speeding up the sales process.