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Posted by New World Realty on 5/22/2019


22 Ronald C Meyer Drive, North Attleboro, MA 02760

Single-Family

$1,199,900
Price

17
Rooms
5
Beds
5/3
Full/Half Baths
Located in the prestigious Westwood Estates & desirable Martin School District, this 5 bedroom, 5 full bath & 3 half bath home has it all. Nothing but elegance flows through the 1st floor with a formal living room, family room, dining room, office w/ built-ins, sun room, 1/2 bathroom, and an oversized eat-in kitchen. Gourmet Chefs Kitchen includes Subzero fridge, Wolf 6-burner gas stove top w/ pot filler faucet, Wolf double wall oven, double dishwasher, and more. A full wet bar with ice maker, Subzero wine cooler, and built-in wine shelves is conveniently set between the kitchen and formal dining room. Master suite includes wet bar, walk in closet/dressing room, & master bath w/ Jacuzzi, tiled shower, & cathedral ceilings. Finished basement offers a full wet bar w/ fridge, sink, & dishwasher. Host movie nights in your private theater or wind down in your private sauna & ice bath. Enjoy your backyard retreat w/ a saltwater pool & waterfall, outdoor grill, & cabana w/ a bar & 1/2 bath.
Open House
Sunday
May 26 at 12:30 PM to 2:00 PM
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Location: 22 Ronald C Meyer Drive, North Attleboro, MA 02760    Get Directions






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Posted by New World Realty on 5/19/2019

Maybe you have always dreamed of a big yard with lots of space. With a big yard comes significant responsibilities. Are you prepared to care for a large yard? Do you know the disadvantages of having a big outdoor space for your home? Take a look at the advantages and disadvantages to having a big yard below. If youíre shopping for a home or getting ready to sell and find a new place, this information will be beneficial to you. 


Positives


A Place To Play


One of the biggest reasons for wanting a big yard is kids. Itís nice to have a large area for kids to play in. Itís a safe space for your kids to be if you want to send them out to play. 


Another great reason to have a large yard is for pets- dogs in particular. They love to run around and will be much happier if they have a bigger domain to roam.


More Space Between You And Your Neighbors


If you have a large yard, you probably also arenít right on top of your neighbor. Thereís less of an invasion of privacy when your neighbors canít see into your windows from their kitchen. A large yard gives you that sense of privacy. You can freely have gatherings in your backyard, so the whole neighborhood doesn't have a view of what youíre doing.


It Looks Nice


A big yard just has a bit more appeal than a smaller property. Your home will have definite curb appeal. The key is to keep your yard looking healthy and lush throughout the year.


The Negatives


The Upkeep Can Be Tough


Many homeowners who have a large property pay landscapers to pay for the property. It can be challenging to keep up with all the needs a large yard brings. From mowing to fertilizing and mulching, it can take a professional to keep the yard looking nice. Landscaping is an added expense to owning your property. If the previous owner had an intricate landscape, you might need to cut back on the complexity. Do you need that fish pond? Should you hire a person to care for the pool? 


Pro And A Con


At the core, a large yard can be a pro or a con when it comes to selling your home. Some buyers want a large yard for various reasons. Other buyers are deterred by large yard since they donít want the responsibility of caring for these high maintenance properties. Itís understandable that different people will have different tastes.       





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Posted by New World Realty on 5/13/2019


34 Lindesta Rd, Pawtucket, RI 02861

Single-Family

$199,900
Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
1
Baths
Don't miss this move in ready home, located in the Pine Crest neighborhood. This well maintained home has been in the family for over 60 years, with two additions added on, giving this traditional Cape style home over 1,500 sqft of living space. The first floor features two bedrooms, one full bathroom, formal living room, open kitchen into dining room, and sprawling family room leading out to the deck and large enclosed yard. Perfect for entertaining all year long. The finished attic serves as a large third bedroom, which could could easily be converted into the master bedroom retreat. The basement has a large finished portion, along with the laundry and utility room with cedar closet. Plenty of storage can be found under the family room addition of the home, accessible from the main basement. This home is move in ready, just awaiting your own personal touches. All showings deferred to first open houses, Saturday 5/18 and Sunday 5/19 from 12-2.
Open House
Saturday
May 18 at 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
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Posted by New World Realty on 5/13/2019


22 Ronald C Meyer Drive, North Attleboro, MA 02760

Single-Family

$1,299,900
Price

17
Rooms
5
Beds
5/3
Full/Half Baths
Located in the prestigious Westwood Estates & desirable Martin School District, this 5 bedroom, 5 full bath & 3 half bath home has it all. Nothing but elegance flows through the 1st floor with a formal living room, family room, dining room, office w/ built-ins, sun room, 1/2 bathroom, and an oversized eat-in kitchen. Gourmet Chefs Kitchen includes Subzero fridge, Wolf 6-burner gas stove top w/ pot filler faucet, Wolf double wall oven, double dishwasher, and more. A full wet bar with ice maker, Subzero wine cooler, and built-in wine shelves is conveniently set between the kitchen and formal dining room. Master suite includes wet bar, walk in closet/dressing room, & master bath w/ Jacuzzi, tiled shower, & cathedral ceilings. Finished basement offers a full wet bar w/ fridge, sink, & dishwasher. Host movie nights in your private theater or wind down in your private sauna & ice bath. Enjoy your backyard retreat w/ a saltwater pool & waterfall, outdoor grill, & cabana w/ a bar & 1/2 bath.
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses






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Posted by New World Realty on 5/12/2019

Looking to put together an offer on a house? Ultimately, you'll want to submit a competitive first offer. By doing so, you can speed up the process of acquiring your dream residence.

When it comes to submitting a competitive home offer, however, it is important to understand what differentiates a "fair" proposal from a subpar one.

To better understand how to submit a competitive proposal, let's take a look at three best practices that every homebuyer needs to consider before making an offer on a house.

1. Evaluate the Housing Market

If you plan to buy a house, you'll want to examine the real estate market closely. That way, you can identify housing market patterns and trends and plan accordingly.

For example, if you find there is an abundance of high-quality houses available, you may be entering a buyer's market. In this market, there likely is a shortage of homebuyers, which means a competitive offer at or near a home seller's asking price is sure to grab this individual's attention.

On the other hand, if you notice that homes are selling quickly in a city or town, you may need to prepare for a seller's market. If you pursue houses in a seller's market, you may need to act quickly due to the sheer volume of buyers competing for the same residences.

Clearly, a comprehensive housing market analysis can make a world of difference for homebuyers. With in-depth housing market insights at your disposal, you'll be better equipped than other buyers to submit a competitive first offer on any residence, regardless of the current real estate market's conditions.

2. Get Your Finances in Order

What good is a competitive home offer if you cannot afford to buy a residence? If you secure a home loan, you can narrow your home search to properties that you can afford. Then, you'll be able to submit a competitive offer that ensures you won't have to break your budget to purchase your dream residence.

Also, if you're unsure about how your financial situation will impact your ability to buy a house, you should consult with banks and credit unions in your area. These financial institutions can help you get pre-approved for a home loan, establish a homebuying budget and much more.

3. Collaborate with a Real Estate Agent

When it comes to submitting a competitive home offer, it pays to receive expert homebuying support. Fortunately, you can hire a real estate agent who is happy to help you put together a competitive home offer.

A real estate agent can provide housing market data that you may struggle to obtain elsewhere. Plus, this housing market professional can offer unbiased home offer recommendations to ensure you can get an instant "Yes" from a home seller.

Collaborating with a real estate agent is a great option for homebuyers in all cities and towns. Reach out to local real estate agents today, and you can get the help you need to submit a competitive offer on any residence.




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