Cheryl Caldwell - William Raveis - The Dolores Person Group



Posted by Cheryl Caldwell on 3/18/2020


1 Ferry Rd, Newburyport, MA 01950

Single-Family

$529,900
Price

6
Rooms
2
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
CUTE AS A BUTTON but lives larger than its square footage shows! Centrally located in the North End, for those looking for efficient use of space this 2 bedroom, 1 1/2 bath charmer offers everything you need and haven't been able to find. The first floor offers a spacious living room with electric fireplace, updated kitchen with quartz counters, new stainless appliances and white cabinetry, dining area with built in seating, office/family room and 1/2 bath. 2nd floor offers a huge Master bedroom and smaller 2nd bedroom and full bath. Fully fenced back yard with mature plantings and koi pond, extra large 1 car garage, full unfinished basement for plenty of storage. Property to be sold AS IS. Enjoy easy access to all commuting routes, minutes to Plum Island beaches and downtown Newburyport shops and restaurants. If you've been searching for an affordable & efficient single family home, a fantastic investment, or both - you've found it!
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Posted by Cheryl Caldwell on 3/17/2020


2 Atwood St, Newburyport, MA 01950

Single-Family

$575,000
Price

5
Rooms
2
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
SOUTH END BEAUTY! Perfectly tucked on a quiet side street in the heart of the South End and a stone's throw to the waterfront and downtown Newburyport, this antique has been meticulously renovated and improved by it's current owner. Affectionately known as the "pumpkin house" this home has all the charm of an antique but benefits from a mindful renovation that opened up the floor plan, offers efficiency of space and brings the outdoors in. 1st floor offers wide pine floors, living room with gas stove for chilly nights, open kitchen with warm granite countertops and stainless appliances, 1/2 bath and laundry area. 2nd floor boasts 2 bedrooms, office area and full bath. Sliders off the kitchen lead to the Beacon Hill style garden/bricked patio which will delight throughout the seasons with climbing hydrangeas, ivy, hemlock. Walkup attic has further potential to expand. 1 car off st parking, fenced yard and complete/extensive list of improvements available. Don't miss this!
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Posted by Cheryl Caldwell on 3/13/2020

This Single-Family in Newburyport, MA recently sold for $675,000. This Colonial style home was sold by Cheryl Caldwell - William Raveis - The Dolores Person Group.


1 Papanti Ct, Newburyport, MA 01950

Single-Family

$685,000
Price
$675,000
Sale Price

5
Rooms
2
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
$5,000 BUYER CREDIT with acceptable offer by Valentine's Day!!! This smaller single family home has been completely transformed making efficient use of space throughout and is a perfect alternative for buyers who prefer their own single family home to a condo. Tucked onto a quiet dead end street and loaded with curb appeal, this charmer has everything you need and nothing you don't! The open concept 1st floor allows the living room to flow into the kitchen with custom cabinetry, white quartz countertops, KitchenAid appliances and a contrasting island with seating for 3. Both bedrooms on the 2nd floor feature their own beautifully tiled full baths. Marvin Integrity windows, Boral TruExterior siding, Azek decking all ensuring no to low maintenance. Hardwood flooring throughout, central A/C, fully fenced bricked patio area, 2 separate driveways, full unfinished basement great for storage or workshop space. Minutes to downtown Newburyport, beaches of Plum Island, commuter rail

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Posted by Cheryl Caldwell on 3/13/2020

If you want to buy your dream house, you'll likely need to submit a competitive offer from the get-go. That way, you can boost the likelihood of receiving a "Yes" from a home seller and proceed along the homebuying journey.

Putting together a competitive homebuying proposal can be simple. Now, let's take a look at three tips to help you prepare a competitive offer to acquire your ideal residence.

1. Look at Your Homebuying Budget

Entering the real estate market with a budget in hand generally is beneficial. This budget will enable you to narrow your house search to residences that fall within a certain price range. Plus, your budget can help you define exactly how much you can offer to acquire a residence.

When it comes to mapping out a homebuying budget, you should meet with several lenders. These financial experts can help you get pre-approved for a mortgage. And with a mortgage in hand, you'll know exactly how much you can spend on a house.

2. Review Housing Market Data

Housing market data can make or break a homebuying proposal. If you assess real estate market data closely, you can uncover a variety of patterns and trends. Then, you can use this information to craft a competitive offer that accounts for the present real estate market's conditions.

Of course, it helps to evaluate the age and condition of a house as well. Learning about all aspects of a house will help you determine whether to submit an offer at, above or below a seller's initial asking price for his or her residence.

The more information that you obtain about a residence and the current housing market's conditions, the better off you will be. Because if you take a data-driven approach to buying a residence, you can define a competitive offer for any home, in any housing market and at any time.

3. Consult with a Real Estate Agent

A real estate agent is a difference-maker, particularly for a homebuyer who is uncertain about what differentiates a competitive home offer from a "lowball" proposal. In fact, a real estate agent will go above and beyond the call of duty to ensure that you can acquire a great house at the lowest-possible price.

Typically, a real estate agent will provide you with a wealth of housing market insights. He or she also is happy to teach you about the real estate market and respond to any of your homebuying concerns or questions.

A real estate agent can offer recommendations about how much you should offer to pay for a house too. He or she will provide honest, unbiased homebuying suggestions to help guide you in the right direction throughout the homebuying cycle.

If you want to purchase your dream house as quickly as possible, there is no reason to delay any further. Take advantage of the aforementioned tips, and you can prepare a competitive offer to purchase your dream residence.





Posted by Cheryl Caldwell on 3/6/2020

If you plan to buy a house and want to achieve the optimal results, you should perform a home inspection. In fact, there are many reasons why you should allocate significant time and resources to conduct an in-depth house inspection, and these include:

1. You can gain unprecedented insights into a home's condition.

Although you might have fallen in love with a house when you first saw it, a home inspection may make you rethink your decision to purchase a residence. To better understand why this may be the case, let's consider an example.

If you conduct a home inspection and discover a wide range of problems with a house, you have a tough choice to make. In this scenario, you can continue with a home purchase as planned. Or, you may be able to make a viable argument that a seller should perform assorted house repairs or reduce his or her sale price based on the inspection results.

Ultimately, a home inspection provides you with insights that you may struggle to gain anywhere else. And if you perform an extensive home inspection, you may reap the benefits of this evaluation for years to come.

2. You can avoid the risk of paying too much to acquire your ideal residence.

As a homebuyer, it is important to do everything possible to get the best price on a house. But even if you conduct real estate market research, you risk spending too much on a house if you ignore a home inspection.

With a house inspection, you can learn about various home problems, along with the costs associated with such issues. Then, you can use this information to determine whether your initial offer is sufficient, or whether you should request a reduced home price based on a residence's condition.

3. You can limit the possibility of costly home repairs.

Thanks to a home inspection, you can identify home issues that otherwise may lead to costly repairs down the line. You then can use this information to decide whether you can complete myriad home repairs on your own, or whether professional support is needed to perform house improvements. And if you are overwhelmed by the costs associated with many potential home repairs, you can always walk away from a home sale at this time.

Clearly, there are many reasons to perform a home inspection before you finalize a house purchase. If you hire an expert real estate agent, you can receive plenty of support as you prepare for a home inspection too.

A real estate agent is happy to put you in touch with the top home inspectors in your area. Plus, a real estate agent will attend a home inspection with you and is ready to provide guidance throughout the evaluation. Perhaps best of all, a real estate agent can meet with you after a house inspection, go over the inspection results with you and help you make an informed decision about whether to proceed with a home purchase.