Aura Gauthier - ERA Key Realty Services - Distinctive Group


This Condo in Marlborough, MA recently sold for $342,000. This Townhouse style home was sold by Aura Gauthier - ERA Key Realty Services - Distinctive Group.


14 Westminster Drive, Marlborough, MA 01752

Condo

$325,000
Price
$342,000
Sale Price

6
Rooms
2
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
An amazing value is yours in this lovely, rare END-UNIT townhome at The Villages, an over-55 community conveniently located in East Marlborough. Clever, spacious floor plan (almost 1800 sf!) flooded in natural light! Fully applianced white cabinet kitchen includes sunny breakfast room. Formal dining is possible in the great room, a stylish combo dining/living room with gas fireplace and soaring ceiling. Cathedral first floor master suite offers fantastic closet space including walk-in, & private full bath. The foyer welcomes guests with a sweet nook, hardwood floor, BONUS half bath & coat closet. Upstairs, flexible space includes a giant skylit loft plus a second full bath & guest bedroom. Garage, central air, gas heat, and a huge full basement for all the things you couldn't part with :) Adjacent guest parking - ready for quick closing if needed.

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There are a lot of real estate agents out there to choose from. It might be hard to tell one from another. There’s so many ways to find an agent these days including recommendations from friends and family to simple online searches. You want an agent that understands your needs from the neighborhoods that you’re looking to buy a home in, to the layout of the market that you’re selling in. Each agent has different specialties from relocation needs to foreign languages to FHA approved property searches. Below, you’ll find some tips to help you find the perfect realtor for you. 


Pick Someone Who You Can Have Straight Talk With


You’ll need to like the person you pick as your realtor, but you’ll also need someone who you can talk business with. You don’t want a family member who you don’t feel comfortable knowing your financial picture, or someone who won’t understand your desire for a certain location or neighborhood. 


Match Your Personality


You’ll be in touch with and will be spending a lot of time with your realtor. You want to find a realtor who can work well with you. Match your personality with theirs. Do you like someone who is a bit aggressive? Would you rather have a realtor who is a bit more easy-going? How often do you want to be in touch with your agent? Just remember that if you don’t like your agent, there’s a good chance that other people may not like your agent either! 


The Choice Is Yours


Remember that the choice is yours when you’re looking for a realtor. You want to find a realtor who you know you’ll work well with. You also want to know that your realtor will work for you. It’s important that your realtor be ethical, communicative, and be a part of your team throughout the process of buying and selling. Here’s some questions that you should ask your realtor in order to help you understand if they’re a good fit for you:


  • Will I be working with you exclusively?
  • Are you a full or a part-time agent?
  • How much experience do you have?
  • What broker do you work for?
  • Have you closed homes in this neighborhood before?
  • Do you work with any lenders or have a seasoned team to help us through this process?

  • Asking these questions can help you to get a better understanding of who your realtor is and how they can help you to buy your dream home or sell your current property. This way, you’ll have a better idea of what to expect throughout the process.

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Whenever someone is looking to purchase a home, there is always an inherent risk. It is common for buyers and sellers of homes to look for the best deal possible; however, it is also possible that issues might arise after a home has already closed. When looking to buy or sell a home, it is critical to be familiar with some of the common legal issues that arise. Understanding these issues ahead of time may help someone avoid devastating legal consequences after the fact. 

False Advertisements May Arise

One of the most common allegations made is related to false advertisements. Sometimes, someone purchases and house and feels that they didn't receive exactly what was advertised. These ads might take place in a booklet, leaflet or on the Internet. There is a certain code of ethics that comes with any real estate advertisement. While everyone wants to get the best deal possible, it is also important to make sure that all information advertised is truthful.

Equal Opportunity with Real Estate

This is, perhaps, the most important law that everyone needs to keep in mind when it comes to real estate. In the past, it used to be common that people wouldn't sell apartments, homes or condos to people of certain backgrounds including ethnicity, religion and sexual orientation. Now, the government has clauses that protect everyone from discrimination when it comes to real estate. It is critical for anyone selling a home to make sure they provide everyone with an equal opportunity to buy that home. At the same time, those looking for a home should never feel like they are being blocked from buying a home on the basis of their gender, ethnicity, orientation or other demographic factors.

Disclose All Accurate Information Accurately

When someone is looking at various homes, they are counting on the buyer to disclose all relevant information related to the condition of that home. Nobody wants to buy a home only to realize that, immediately after purchasing the home, it is in need of substantial repairs. Sometimes, sellers will try to conceal information from the buyer in an effort to pass on the repairs to someone else; however, this is illegal. If the purchaser finds out that information related to potential repairs in the home were concealed, they can go to court and file a lawsuit to recover the costs of the repairs. Some of the most common issues that arise in this area of real estate law include boundary issues, the presence of pests, problems with the structure and roofing issues. It is important for buyers to make sure they ask for a home inspection to uncover these issues ahead of time.
 


This Condo in Northborough, MA recently sold for $262,000. This Half-Duplex style home was sold by Aura Gauthier - ERA Key Realty Services - Distinctive Group.


5 Assabet Hill Cir, Northborough, MA 01532

Condo

$279,000
Price
$262,000
Sale Price

5
Rooms
3
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Welcome Home! You’ll love this unit featuring 5 rooms, 3 bedrooms, 1-1/2 baths and 1 car garage and NO CONDO FEE! Newer refrigerator, dishwasher and range are included. Upgrades include mini split, pellet stove, flooring, vinyl siding, roof. Great location in a cul de sac in close proximity to shopping, commuting and recreation! This is also your opportunity to live in the sought after town of Northborough with a top rated school system! This is a must see!




This Single-Family in Paxton, MA recently sold for $365,000. This Contemporary,Multi-Level style home was sold by Aura Gauthier - ERA Key Realty Services - Distinctive Group.


40 Keep Ave, Paxton, MA 01612

Single-Family

$365,000
Price
$365,000
Sale Price

8
Rooms
3
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Come fall in love with this one-owner tri-level home at the end of a great cul-de-sac, just minutes from both Paxton center and Moore State Park. With well over an acre of privacy, this home features an updated gourmet kitchen with quartz counters, plus a spacious main level laundry room. Out back, the 2-year new pool beckons, with a fence for privacy. (Pool now professionally winterized for the season.) Call for your private showing today! Don't miss the 3D Virtual tour: bit.ly/40Keep

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