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Posted by New World Realty on 2/18/2018

If you plan to sell your house, you likely will need to craft a home listing. As such, you may want to put together an outline of the information that you'd like to include in your home listing to optimize its effectiveness.

Now, let's take a look at three things that every seller should include in his or her home listing.

1. Home Price

The price of your home likely will play a major role in how quickly your residence stirs up interest from homebuyers, and for good reason.

If you offer a competitive price for your residence, you should have no trouble generating substantial interest in your house as soon as it becomes available. Comparatively, if your home is overpriced, your risk alienating potential buyers. Or, if your residence is underpriced, you may miss out on an opportunity to maximize the value of your house.

Performing a home appraisal often serves as a great way to get an accurate valuation of your house.

Also, look at the prices of comparable houses in your city or town. This will help you understand how your residence stacks up against the competition so that you can price your home accordingly.

2. A Detailed Home Description

What sets your house apart from other residences? Ultimately, if you create a detailed description of your home's features, you can increase the likelihood of a fast, profitable home sale.

When you put together a detailed description of your home, be honest. That way, you can empower homebuyers with the insights they need to determine whether your residence is right for them.

In addition, copy edit your home description before you publish your home listing. Because if your home description is littered with grammatical errors, these mistakes may drive potential buyers away from your residence.

3. Nearby Attractions and Landmarks

If your home is located near amusement parks, national monuments, schools or other popular attractions or landmarks, you should incorporate this information into your home listing. By doing so, you can further differentiate your residence from the competition.

Don't forget to provide details about how far away your home is located from nearby attractions and landmarks too. For instance, if your house is only a 5-minute drive from a top local park, you should include this information in your home listing.

If you want to get the most out of your home listing, it pays to hire a real estate agent as well. With a real estate agent at your side, you can create an in-depth home listing that will hit the mark with prospective buyers.

A real estate agent understands exactly what it takes to create an effective home listing. He or she will learn about your residence and your home selling goals and ensure that your home listing stands out from others.

Ready to craft an engaging home listing? Use the aforementioned tips, and you can boost your chances of creating a terrific home listing in no time at all.

Posted by New World Realty on 2/15/2018

310 South St, Plainville, MA 02762



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WOW 3500 sf of net useable space. Rent includes EVERYTHING except phone. Access to HP baths and lunch. Excellent location. Close to Wrentham Outlets and great access to I-95, 295 & 495. Ideal for professional with multi office needs. Has open space area for training as well. Great opportunity to be in prestigious modern masonry and steel building.
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Posted by New World Realty on 2/13/2018

This Condo in Attleboro, MA recently sold for $110,250. This Garden style home was sold by - New World Realty.

43 Magnolia, Attleboro, MA 02703


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Great condo for either investment or owner occupied. Tenant at will currently in the property. Newer stainless steel microwave and stove recently installed. Tile floor in kitchen and bath with carpeting in living room and 2 bedrooms. Tenants throw rugs are currently covering the carpet in living room.

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Posted by New World Realty on 2/11/2018

If youíre hoping to buy a home in the near future there are several financial prerequisites that you should aim to meet. Ideally, youíll want a sizable down payment, a verifiable income history, and a good credit score.

It takes time to build credit. For most people, it can be several months or even years before they see a double-digit change in their credit score. However, if you have a low credit score and want to give it a quick boost, there are ways you can make a big difference.

But first, why should you focus on your credit score?

Credit scores and mortgages

When you apply for a mortgage there are several factors that your lender will take into consideration. One of their top concerns will be your credit score. This score is like a snapshot of your financial reliability. It tells lenders how much risk is involved in lending to you.

As a result, lenders will increase your interest rate if you are high risk and lower it if you are lower risk. To be a low risk homeowner, youíll want your score to be in the high range, (usually 700 or above).

Credit change potential

Depending on your financial history, it can be more difficult to raise your score in a shorter period of time. If you are young, donít have a long credit history, or havenít had many bills to pay in your lifetime, your score will be more malleable than someone who has had low credit for years due to late payments.

In the United States, you have to be eighteen to open up a credit card or take out a loan by yourself (this is different from getting a loan co-signed by a parent or guardian).  You can also ask your parents or guardians to add you as an authorized user of their credit cards. This will let you build credit without having to settle for the high interest rate credit cards you would be eligible for.

If you happen to have a low score (anywhere between 300 - 600), the good news is you can achieve a larger change over a shorter amount of time than someone who already has a high score.

So, how do you achieve that change?

Credit errors

One of the easiest ways to quickly improve your score is to check for errors in your credit report. You can get a free report each year from the three main credit bureaus--Equifax, TransUnion, and Experian.

Look out for bills that have been mistakenly put under your name and for collections that shouldnít be on your account.

Avoid new credit

One thing that can do short-term harm to your credit score is opening or attempting to open new lines of credit. That can be a store card, a loan, or getting your credit checked by a lender.

If you want to build credit quickly, making several inquiries could land you with a lower score than where you started.

Pay your regular expenses with credit

A good way to gain credit points in a few months is to pick a monthly expense to use your credit card for. Pay off your full balance at the end of each billing cycle to earn the most points while avoiding building up too much interest.

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Posted by New World Realty on 2/7/2018

199 So. Main St, Attleboro, MA 02703



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Great opportunity to own a huge building close to the heart of Attleboro within walking distance to the train station. Rents and expenses are available upon request. 6 unit building in need of some work, but brings in a high income and has had some updates. Good size lot with plenty of parking. Seller currently lives in the first unit and it will be vacant for closing. Unit 1 is a 2 bedroom one bath apartment and has a projected rent of $1300 per month with separate utilities. Units 2 & 3 are a 1 bedroom apartment with separate utilities. Unit 4 is a studio apartment with all utilities included in the rent. Unit 5 is a 2 bedroom apartment with separate utilities. Unit 6 is a studio apartment with separate utilities. All tenants are currently tenant at will. Great for owner occupied or investment. Please give at least 48 hour notice for private showings due to tenants.
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