Posted by Anthony Susi on 8/18/2019

Spacious third floor apartment features a modern eat in oak cabinet kitchen that flows nicely into a bright skylit living room. Two oversized bedrooms that have enough space to have a home office area in each one. tiled full bath. Hardwood floors, replacement windows, updated heating system, lots of closet space. walk in basement for storage, 2 car tandem pkg and more. Location is ideal to take the bus into Cambridge or Watertown Sq etc. Close to storrow drive and Mass Pike. An easy commute into Boston.

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Posted by Anthony Susi on 8/18/2019


102 Winsor Ave, Watertown, MA 02472

Rental

$1,850
Price

4
Rooms
2
Beds
1
Baths
Spacious third floor apartment features a modern eat in oak cabinet kitchen that flows nicely into a bright skylit living room. Two oversized bedrooms that have enough space to have a home office area in each one. tiled full bath. Hardwood floors, replacement windows, updated heating system, lots of closet space. walk in basement for storage, 2 car tandem pkg and more. Location is ideal to take the bus into Cambridge or Watertown Sq etc. Close to storrow drive and Mass Pike. An easy commute into Boston.
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Posted by Anthony Susi on 8/16/2019


160 North Beacon St, Watertown, MA 02472

Rental

$1,650
Price

5
Rooms
2
Beds
1
Baths
This first floor 5 room unit features spacious living room that flows into a formal dining room with built in hutch, eat in kitchen with a walk in pantry, 2 good size bedrooms, front cove area in hallway when you walk in that could be used an office, full tiled bath, hardwood floors, ceiling fans throughout, washer and dryer hook up and storage in the basement, 2 car tandem off street parking, shared yard space and more.
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Posted by Anthony Susi on 8/16/2019

This first floor 5 room unit features spacious living room that flows into a formal dining room with built in hutch, eat in kitchen with a walk in pantry, 2 good size bedrooms, front cove area in hallway when you walk in that could be used an office, full tiled bath, hardwood floors, ceiling fans throughout, washer and dryer hook up and storage in the basement, 2 car tandem off street parking, shared yard space and more.

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Posted by Anthony Susi on 8/12/2019

Although buying a home should be a fast, seamless process, negotiations with a home seller sometimes can slow down the homebuying journey.

Let's face it – no one wants to deal with long, arduous negotiations, particularly when they are close to acquiring their dream residence. However, homebuyers who prepare for the worst may be better equipped than others to avoid a complicated homebuying negotiation.

What does it take to prepare for a difficult homebuying negotiation? Here are three tips to help you do just that.

1. Understand the Housing Market

If you submit a competitive offer on a residence from the get-go, you may be able to avoid a difficult homebuying negotiation altogether.

Ultimately, a homebuyer who allocates the necessary time and resources to learn about the real estate market will understand how one residence stacks up against another. Then, he or she can submit a home offer that matches or exceeds a home seller's expectations, thereby reducing the risk of an extensive homebuying negotiation.

2. Analyze Your Homebuying Goals

A homebuyer who analyzes his or her homebuying goals can map out his or her property buying journey. That way, this homebuyer can assess homes that fit within his or her price range and minimize the chance of a complex homebuying negotiation.

Furthermore, if a homebuyer sets realistic expectations for a home search, he or she may be able to make informed decisions throughout a negotiation with a home seller.

A homebuyer who knows how much he or she can afford to pay for a house will be able to submit a home offer that corresponds with his or her budget. And if a home seller asks for more money, a homebuyer should feel comfortable walking away from a negotiation.

Remember, it is paramount for a negotiation to fulfill the needs of both property buyer and seller. If the negotiation favors a home seller, a homebuyer should be prepared to restart his or her home search.

3. Keep Your Emotions in Check

It is easy for a homebuying negotiation to escalate quickly. But a property buyer who understands how to control his or her emotions can take a step back during a stressful homebuying negotiation and plan his or her next move accordingly.

Stress sometimes can get the best of a homebuyer, especially if a property buyer wants to do everything possible to secure a great home as quickly as possible. If a homebuyer plans for stressful situations now, he or she may be able to reduce his or her stress levels when a homebuying negotiation begins.

Don't be afraid to take time to relax during a homebuying negotiation. Going for a walk outdoors or hanging out with family members and friends may provide a stress-relieving break from a homebuying negotiation.

Or, if a homebuyer wants extra help, hiring a real estate agent is ideal. This housing market professional understands the challenges of homebuying negotiations and will help a homebuyer alleviate stress time and time again.

Ready to acquire your ideal residence? Use the aforementioned tips, and you can get ready for a difficult homebuying negotiation.




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