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Posted by New World Realty on 2/18/2020


1277 Jefferson Blvd, Warwick, RI 02886

Commercial

$425,000
Price

1
Buildings
Commercial
Type of Comm.
11,136.00
Lot Size
Great opportunity to own a commercial building perfect for office with direct access to Jefferson Blvd. Close to the airport and major highways. Almost 5000 square feet with 3 finished levels (including basement) and 4 half bathrooms. Seller installing brand new air conditioning system.
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses






Tags: Real estate   Commercial   Warwick   02886  
Categories: New Homes  


Posted by New World Realty on 2/17/2020


8-10 West St, Woonsocket, RI 02895

Multi-Family

$249,900
Price

2
Units
2,248
Approx. GLA
Check out this great two family, with two side by townhouses with identical layouts. The property was built in 1988, on a hassle free slab foundation. New roof was just installed last year, along with new flooring and countertops in one of the units. Each unit is approximately 1,124 square feet, with one bedroom, living room, and eat-in kitchen with W/D hookups on the first floor. Each second floor has two additional bedrooms, along with the full bathroom. Gas forced hot water heating system for each unit. Tenants pay for all utilities except for water/sewer. Shared yard space with shed in the back for storage.
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses






Categories: New Homes  


Posted by New World Realty on 2/16/2020

Purchasing a condo should be fast and easy. However, negotiations with a condo seller can quickly become stressful and may put your chances to acquire your dream condo in danger.

Lucky for you, we're here to help you simplify the process of negotiating with a condo seller to ensure you can purchase your ideal property.

Here are three tips to help you navigate tough negotiations with a condo seller.

1. Consider the Condo Seller's Perspective

Think about the condo seller's perspective and try to find common ground with this individual. By doing so, you and the condo seller may be able to agree to terms that meet the needs of both sides.

When you initially submit an offer on a condo, ensure your proposal accounts for the condo's condition and the current state of the real estate market. That way, you'll be able to avoid the risk of submitting a "lowball" offer that falls below a condo seller's expectations.

Also, maintain open lines of communication throughout the negotiation process. This will allow you to listen to a condo seller's concerns and respond accordingly.

2. Collect Plenty of Housing Market Data

If a condo seller believes you are unwilling to pay a sufficient price for his or her condo, it is always a good idea to present housing market data to back up your offer.

Explore the housing market closely to learn about the prices of comparable condos in nearby cities and towns. This will allow you to see how a particular condo stacks up against similar properties in terms of price and condition.

In addition, check out the prices of recently sold condos in your area to identify housing market patterns and trends. With this real estate market information at your disposal, you'll be able to make an informed decision about whether to continue to negotiate with a condo seller or consider other properties.

3. Collaborate with a Real Estate Agent

A real estate agent will negotiate with a condo seller on your behalf. Therefore, he or she will help you minimize the stress and anxiety that is commonly associated with condo negotiations.

Typically, a real estate agent will submit an offer on a condo and wait to hear back from a condo seller. If a condo seller decides to negotiate, a real estate agent will work with you throughout the negotiation process.

A real estate agent will listen to your condo buying concerns and questions and respond immediately. He or she also will provide honest, unbiased recommendations to help you make informed decisions during negotiations with a condo seller. This real estate professional will even share your concerns with a condo seller to help you get the best results possible.

When it comes to a negotiating with a condo seller, there is no need to worry. If you collaborate with a real estate agent, you can take the guesswork out of condo negotiations. And ultimately, you may be able to move one step closer to buying a condo that meets or exceeds your expectations.




Tags: buyer tips   Buying a home   Condo  
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Posted by New World Realty on 2/10/2020


36 Florence Ave, Attleboro, MA 02703

Rental

$2,100
Price

5
Rooms
3
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Beautiful townhouse for rent on a quiet street in South Attleboro. This spacious unit has 3 bedrooms, and 1 1/2 bathrooms, with the 3rd floor being one full private bedroom. Washer/Dryer hookups in both the half bathroom on the first floor, as well as in full unfishined basement, which is also great for storage. Well maintained grounds, with off street parking. First and last month required to move in. Separate application required for each tenant 18 years or older, along with $25 processing fee for each application. Open House on Sunday, 2/16/20, 1:00PM - 2:00PM.
Open House
Sunday
February 16 at 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM
Cannot make the Open Houses?
Location: 36 Florence Ave, Attleboro, MA 02703    Get Directions

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Tags: Real estate   Rental   02703   Attleboro  
Categories: New Homes  


Posted by New World Realty on 2/9/2020

Although statistics may not be reflective of your individual real-estate buying habits, the "typical" homeowner tends to stay put in their home for around a decade -- give or take.

One of the few "drawbacks" of being a long-term homeowner is that, over time, you tend to forgot many of the details of the home-buying process.

However, an advantage of buying a home in the Internet Age is the availability of instant information on everything from interest rates and real estate agent reviews to house hunting tips and choosing a moving company.

Your Real Estate Journey

Buying a home can be an extremely satisfying experience... or it can be filled with frustration and disappointment. However, by having a basic understanding of how the house-buying process works, you'll be more effective at preparing yourself for what's to come, anticipating what you need to do, and creating a clear picture in your mind of your requirements and ideal living environment. As various thought leaders have said over the years: If you're not clear on what you want, you'll probably end up with something else!

The cornerstones of a successful real estate search are knowing your credit score, having enough money on hand for a sufficient down payment and closing costs, enlisting the help of an experienced real estate agent, and being proactive about meeting with mortgage bankers and shopping for a competitive interest rate (and terms).

Staying organized, creating priority lists, and continually educating yourself about the nuts and bolts of buying a home will help ensure that your real estate experience will be a positive one. Even though there may be a few bumps and detours along the way, taking the time to be organized and well informed will help you stay on track and produce the type of results you and your family are looking for.

Although it does pay to read articles from credible online sources, you don't have to achieve "expert status" as a house hunter and real estate buyer. If you choose your real estate agent with care, they should be able to provide you with the expertise, advice, and professional guidance you need to clear the hurdles and make it all the way to the finish line!

How does one choose a great real estate agent? The ideal way is to get a referral from a trusted family member, friend, coworker, or neighbor. If someone you trust can attest to the service level and results a particular real estate agent has produced, then chances are good that your experience would be comparable. If more than one person you know recommends a top-notch agent, then that creates a "multiplier effect." In other words, it increases the likelihood that you'll be satisfied with the service and results this agent provides. If you don't know anyone personally who has worked with a great agent, there are well-known websites that post reviews, years of experience, and relevant sales information on licensed real estate agents.