Lorraine Kuney - Franklin, MA, Real Estate, Medway, MA Real Estate.


Neighborhood alert! This awesome home is a real DIAMOND IN THE ROUGH! Needs lots of cosmetic updating but has good bones and is well worth it to be living in this well loved neighborhood. This front to back split home has a cathedral fireplaced living room, good size eat in kitchen and den on the first floor. Go down a couple steps to a family room with walk out to back yard and laundry/storage area. Back on the main level you go up a couple steps to three bedrooms and a full bath. Hardwoods thru out the living room, stairs and bedrooms. A great level, wooded back yard. In the Last 8-10 yrs seller replaced Heating system and Windows. HW Heater is 2 yrs old and Roof is a 30 yr architectural shingle installed about 14yrs ago. Vinyl sided and one car attached garage! Town water, town sewer and natural gas! Walk to Kennedy Elementary school, minutes to shopping, train and commute routes but quietly nestled in this lovely neighborhood. Move in and build your equity here!

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5 Baron Rd, Franklin, MA 02038

Single-Family

$319,900
Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
1
Baths
Neighborhood alert! This awesome home is a real DIAMOND IN THE ROUGH! Needs lots of cosmetic updating but has good bones and is well worth it to be living in this well loved neighborhood. This front to back split home has a cathedral fireplaced living room, good size eat in kitchen and den on the first floor. Go down a couple steps to a family room with walk out to back yard and laundry/storage area. Back on the main level you go up a couple steps to three bedrooms and a full bath. Hardwoods thru out the living room, stairs and bedrooms. A great level, wooded back yard. In the Last 8-10 yrs seller replaced Heating system and Windows. HW Heater is 2 yrs old and Roof is a 30 yr architectural shingle installed about 14yrs ago. Vinyl sided and one car attached garage! Town water, town sewer and natural gas! Walk to Kennedy Elementary school, minutes to shopping, train and commute routes but quietly nestled in this lovely neighborhood. Move in and build your equity here!
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As a first-time home seller, you may feel the need to make a counter-offer based on a homebuyer's initial proposal. However, if the homebuyer rejects your counter-offer, you may be forced to return to square one in your efforts to sell your house and obtain the best price for it.

A homebuyer's rejection of a counter-proposal is not the end of a home selling journey. And for home sellers who know how to proceed after a counter-proposal is rejected, they may be able to streamline the process of getting the optimal price for any residence, at any time.

Now, let's take a look at three tips that a first-time home seller can use to handle a rejected counter-proposal on his or her house.

1. Consider the Homebuyer's Perspective

Why did a homebuyer reject your counter-proposal? A first-time home seller should consider why a homebuyer decided to move on from a house after a counter-proposal was submitted and learn from the experience.

For example, if a home seller held firm on his or her home price, a homebuyer may have been unwilling to pay this amount. Thus, a home seller may want to consider lowering the price of his or her residence in to help stir up interest from large groups of potential homebuyers.

2. Review All of Your Options

A first-time home seller who submits a counter-proposal and receives a rejection from a homebuyer still has plenty of options, regardless of the current state of the housing market.

For instance, a home seller can keep the price of his or her house intact. Then, this home seller can await potential offers that match or exceed his or her expectations.

On the other hand, a home seller may choose to conduct assorted home improvements to upgrade his or her house's interior and exterior. These upgrades can make a world of difference in the eyes of homebuyers, and as a result, may make a home more attractive than other residences that are currently available.

3. Collaborate with a Real Estate Agent

A real estate agent is a difference-maker for a first-time home seller, and for good reason. This housing market professional can offer expert guidance that a home seller may struggle to obtain elsewhere and ensure that a property seller can make informed decisions at each stage of the home selling journey.

With a real estate agent at your side, you can map out your next steps in the home selling journey accordingly.

Typically, a real estate agent will be able to tell you why a homebuyer rejected a counter-proposal on your residence. As such, you can learn from the experience and gain the insights you need to prevent the same problem from happening once again.

Selling a home can be difficult, particularly for those who have listed a residence for the first time. A real estate agent will help you take the guesswork out of selling your residence and do everything possible to ensure you can get the best possible price for your house.

Ready to overcome a rejected counter-proposal on your home? Use these tips, and you can proceed with confidence along the home selling journey.


In a seller’s market, you shouldn’t have a home that’s simply sitting there. If a home isn’t selling and the market is hot, something must be wrong. There are many different reasons that your home isn’t selling. Below, you’ll discover some of those issues and what you can due to remedy the problems.


You Need To Adjust Your Expectations


Many people put their homes on the market expecting high results. While it’s good to have confidence, it can be detrimental to your home sale. Great expectations can lead to an overpriced home, a lack in marketing efforts, or lowering the price of the home too late. All of these situations can be detrimental to your home sale. Research and hiring a realtor to help you with the sale can keep you organized and assist ou in staying on top of the market. 


 You Don’t Understand Home Values


If you’re selling your home on your own, you may not have priced the property correctly especially if you have no professional experience. This is where a realtor comes in. A real estate agent can do the professional market research that finds the sweet spot for a price on a home for sale. Knowing that price is one of the best ways to sell your home fast. Without a well-valued home, it could sit idle in a good market. 


Your Home Is Neglected


If you have been neglecting various projects around your home, you could find that it’s more difficult to sell your home. Buyers want the best house for the lowest possible price. Homes that have been properly maintained with the right HVAC maintenance, yard upkeep, and regular appliance services are more likely to be scooped up fast by buyers. 


Before your home even goes on the market, you should do any tasks around the house that you have been neglecting. The investment of both time and money will be worth it for you in the long term when you go to sell your home. 


The Photos Aren’t Professional


The marketing efforts used to sell a home are very important. On the top of this list is the photos that represent the house. Most home buyers begin their search online. This means the first impression that they get of your home is from pictures. If these are not well done, it could be very detrimental to your home sale. 


For good photos, be sure that you get rid of all the clutter from your space before the pictures are taken. It’s really best to hire a professional to deal with his aspect of home marketing. If you must take the photos on your own, using a better camera than that a cell phone provides can really be a step up in the picture taking process.


              


Putting a skylight in your home can be a very attractive feature. More natural light will be let into the room, making it bright and cheery. There are a few things that you should know about installing a skylight before you start shopping for these special windows and begin the installation process. It’s a serious project and you should really think the decision through before you start the project.   


Quality Is Key


It’s important that a skylight has a few special aspects including:

 

  • Energy efficiency
  • Water tightness
  • Sound reduction
  • Wind resistance
  • Ventilation
  • UV coating


Many manufacturers also try to appeal to those shoppers who are looking for environmentally friendly materials. Keep in mind what those are and how the quality will be affected.  


Injury Is A Real Possibility During Installation


  • Whether you’re installing the skylight yourself, or having a professional do the job, there’s a risk of falling and injury. 
  • The ladder should be the right height and type. 
  • The shoes being worn should have good traction. It’s also a good idea to use roof jacks for extra support during the installation process. 
  • The jacks should be secured and clamped down to ensure extra support. If you don’t know what you’re doing, the short answer is that you should hire a professional and leave the job to them. Be sure that anyone you hire is using safe work practices. 


Weather Can Delay The Project


Remember, since you’re essentially cutting a hole in your roof to install the skylight, it’s a real possibility that weather can put a damper on the project. If rain, snow, wind, or ice happen to be a part of the equation when installing these new sky windows, it could pose a real problem. Weather could not only be a safety issue, but a hazard to your home as well. Try to plan for the installation of the skylight during a more temperate part of the year. 


The Installation Starts From The Inside


After the outline of the skylight has been cut out of the sheathing of the roof, you’ll need to mark the opening of the skylight with screws or nails in the corners. This will help you to locate the skylight opening. 


The next steps are as follows:


The shingles will need to be removed before you even start cutting the rest of the opening.

The flashing will need to be waterproofed in order to keep snow and ice away from the opening of the skylight. 

Extra drywall and insulation will need to be added to avoid too large an opening in the ceiling. 


A skylight can be a great asset to any home. With a little thought and planning on your part, you can add something that you’ll enjoy for many years!




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