This Condo in Lowell, MA recently sold for $185,400.
This is a Townhouse style home and features 6 total rooms, 2 full baths, 1 half bath, 2 bedrooms, and was sold by
The Rogers/ Melo Team – LAER Realty Partners
When it’s time to list your home, you probably have two main questions in mind for your real estate agent. The first is how much can I get for my home? The second is how much commission do you take? Obviously, you want to get the most money in return for your investment.
Many sellers hire the very first agent they meet and this isn’t necessarily the right process. Selling a home is a huge undertaking. As a seller, you’ll want to dig a bit deeper in order to find the agent who is right for you.
It sounds like such an obvious question, but many sellers fail to ask their real estate agents what kind of experience they have. Homes are very expensive business transactions. You want someone who has some experience under their belt to help you get the most bang for your buck in the sale of your home. While there’s no amount of experience that’s “required,” your agent should have some experience selling homes. The ability of an agent to handle deals is very important.
You can’t really sell anything without some kind of marketing efforts. There are many different ways to market a home including direct mailing, online advertising and sending the property to the MLS for wide search availability. It’s important that your real estate agent knows how to market a home.
This is an important question. You don’t want to hire a real estate agent just to find that they are often unavailable and leaving you wondering what’s happening in the sale of your home. In this age, it’s important to remember how many different ways that we can communicate. There’s e-mail, texting and of course old fashioned phone calling. You want to make sure that the agent you choose to help you sell your home will be open to communicating in the ways that are most convenient for you.
Agents have the ability to represent both the buyer and the seller if the buyer doesn’t have their own agent to represent them. This is normal and expected especially in special cases. Dual agency is possible and it is legal. However, sometimes you may want someone who is purely “on your side.” If an agent is getting commission from both transactions, you may think it’s hard for them to be working for both the buyer and the seller without trying too hard to make a deal. You don’t want your best interest to be compromised when you’re selling a home.
Fabulous location ! Great neighborhood! Quiet Street. This spacious 4 bedroom Hicks built Colonial is set on a lovely acre with a beautiful back yard. Enjoy the season relaxing on your private patio. Stunning mint hardwood floors throughout. Fireplace living room. First floor family room with lovely palladium window overlooking nature. Four good sized bedrooms . Master offers a half bath. Full walk out basement ready for your finishing touches gives you potential for more living space. Huge heated breezeway offers you that option for a fantastic mud room/sitting area. Two car garage . Young roof. Central air. Minutes to Chelmsford Center . With some updating in the kitchen and baths in this immaculate home, you will have your opportunity to make it your own. Easy to show , book your appointment today !