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Posted by George P. Goulas on 2/15/2019

OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 17th FROM 1-2pm. MUST SEE TO FULLY APPRECIATE THIS MAGNIFICENT & SOLID HOME THAT WAS BUILT-TO-LAST FOR THE AGES WITH METAL I BEAM CONSTRUCTION. MANY DESIRABLE FEATURES INCLUDING HARDWOOD FLRS, CATHEDRAL CEILING, FIREPLACE WITH PELLET STOVE INSERT & SO MUCH MORE. THIS WARM & INVITING HOME HAS BEEN UPDATED WITH ALL THE EXTRAS ON YOUR WISH LIST INCLUDING GRANITE COUNTERTOPS, HARDWOOD FLRS & STAINLESS STEEL APPLIANCES. YOU WILL FALL IN LOVE WITH YOUR BRAND NEW MASTER BATHROOM WITH A DOUBLE-WIDE SHOWER & ULTRAMODERN TILES. NEW GLEAMING HARDWOOD FLRS ON THE 1ST FL & NEW CARPETS ON THE 2ND FL MAKE THIS HOME LOOK & FEEL LIKE NEW. THE MASTER BEDROOM & LAUNDRY ON THE FIRST FL IS IDEAL FOR ANYONE LOOKING FOR ONE-LEVEL LIVING. YOUR NEW TREX DECK IS MAINTENENCE-FREE & BIG ENOUGH TO ACCOMMODATE ALL YOUR FAMILY & FRIENDS IN YOUR PRIVATE BACK YARD. THE GORGEOUS HOME IS SITUATED ON 2.78 ACRES & IS SURROUNDED BY BIG ESTATE HOMES. LOCATED ABOUT 1 MILE FROM THE CT STATE LINE.

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Posted by George P. Goulas on 2/13/2019

A diligent homebuyer understands what it takes to shop for a residence. As such, this individual may be better equipped than others to discover a house that matches or exceeds his or her expectations.

Ultimately, there are many reasons to become a diligent homebuyer, including:

1. You can boost your chances of acquiring a top-notch residence.

Buying a home can be a long, complex process, particularly for those who lack housing market insights. Fortunately, it is easy for any homebuyer to become a diligent homebuyer, thanks in large part to the wealth of housing market data that is available.

A diligent homebuyer can analyze the prices of recently sold houses, along with the prices of homes that are currently for sale. By doing so, a diligent homebuyer can understand whether he or she is shopping in a buyer's or seller's market. This homebuyer also may be able to narrow his or her home search.

For those who want to acquire a first-rate residence, diligence is paramount. And as a diligent homebuyer, you may be able to identify many opportunities to purchase a deluxe residence.

2. You could save money on a home purchase.

When it comes to shopping for a home, there is no need to overspend, regardless of whether you're searching for a residence in a buyer's or seller's market.

Meanwhile, a diligent homebuyer is a thrifty home shopper who understands how to save money on a house.

A diligent homebuyer, for example, may be more likely than others to get pre-approved for a mortgage. This homebuyer will meet with a variety of lenders and learn about all of his or her mortgage options. That way, a diligent homebuyer can enter the housing market with a budget in hand and avoid the temptation to overspend.

Furthermore, a diligent homebuyer knows how to stay calm, cool and collected in stressful price negotiations with a property seller. This homebuyer will possess the housing market insights to make an informed purchase decision. In addition, he or she will have the confidence to walk away from a potential home sale if price negotiations get out of hand.

3. You can accelerate the homebuying process.

Although a diligent homebuyer analyzes real estate market patterns and trends closely, he or she usually realizes that navigating the housing sector alone can be tough. Thus, a diligent homebuyer may reach out to a real estate agent for extra help.

A real estate agent can provide even a diligent homebuyer with the necessary assistance to speed up the homebuying cycle. This housing market professional can help a homebuyer understand and overcome assorted property buying hurdles. Plus, he or she can offer expert insights into the housing market that a homebuyer may struggle to obtain elsewhere.

If you plan to purchase a house in the near future, it definitely pays to become a diligent homebuyer. This property buyer will be able to browse a broad array of high-quality houses, assess these residences effectively and seamlessly move through the process of acquiring the perfect home at the lowest price.




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Posted by George P. Goulas on 2/6/2019

Commercial property with excellent exposure on West Main Street (Rt.197) near the CT & MA State Line. Property is located next to the corner of Center Road, in front of Yummy Restaurant, which is about 1.3 miles south from Nichols College. The lot is flat and has approximately 200 feet of frontage on West Main with approximately 14,000 cars traveling West Main St. (Rt.197) per day. The property is Zoned Industry 43 (IND-43) with many commercial possibilities. Please call or email for copies of documents attached to the listing, including Zoning Map, Zoning Bylaws, Assessor's Map & Tape Survey. Built-to-Suite opportunity for long term commercial tenant with Triple-Net Lease.

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Posted by George P. Goulas on 2/6/2019

Successfully selling your home in the shortest period of time is generally an achievable goal, but there are many potential pitfalls to be aware of. Although one of the most important steps you can take involves hiring an experienced, proactive real estate agent, your own attitude and beliefs can have a major impact on things like the final selling price and how long your house stays on the market.

While your real estate agent can provide valuable guidance, advice, and marketing help, there are certain things that only you, the home owner, can do. Maintaining a positive outlook is one of them.

If you have self-defeating attitudes and beliefs, you may be undermining the sales process and keeping potential buyers at a distance. Here are a few examples of how your own negative attitudes can be a major stumbling block to getting your house sold quickly and for an optimal price.

Unrealistic beliefs: Sometimes sellers are so emotionally connected to their homes that they're unable to relate to the viewpoint and perspective of potential buyers. Pricing, for example, should be based on objective criteria and comparative data, rather than emotional attachment or perceived value. If the price you're asking for your home is significantly above the actual market value of your property, then that will raise red flags in the minds of both prospective buyers and mortgage lenders. Although you want to get the highest possible price for your family's home, it has to be based on a realistic range that would be acceptable to both buyers and lenders.

False expectations: Homeowners who expect prospective buyers to recognize the intrinsic value of their home, even though the paint is peeling and the bathrooms have never been updated, are setting themselves up for disappointment and failure! When you factor in human psychology and the competitive nature of the real estate market, it becomes apparent how vitally important first impressions and overall presentation are to the marketing a home.

Pessimism: Although positive thinking, alone, is not going to get your house sold, it can help give you that extra boost of energy and motivation to make sure your home is clean, organized, and visually appealing. Pessimism, on the other hand, can cause you to be less thorough, attentive, and conscientious about keeping your home immaculate, fresh, and ready for potential buyers. If there's any hint of the house being unclean, in disrepair, or cluttered, then you've lost your opportunity to make a positive first impression.

Finding and working with a real estate agent who's got a solid sales record and a proactive approach to selling houses is among the key ingredients to getting your home sold quickly and for the best possible price. Although they'll be doing the lion's share of work when it comes to marketing your property and coordinating the details, your support and cooperation plays an important role in the ultimate success of their efforts.





Posted by George P. Goulas on 1/30/2019

Buying a luxury home isn't merely about buying an expensive house, it's about buying the most elegant home in the most exclusive and expensive neighborhoods. In addition to that, you are purchasing the architecture, landscaping, finishing, and fittings that come with the house. That’s why you have to do it the right way to avoid regrets in the future. 

Here are a few tips you should be aware of before you decide to go through with that luxury purchase.

  • Get the right realtor The right realtor is an agent with a lot of experience making high-end sales happen. They know the right places to get you what you need within your budget. It's not enough to get an agent because buying and selling luxury homes is a niche market in itself.
  • Get familiar with the area Remember that you’re not just buying a home, you’re buying the exclusivity of the neighborhood. There is a direct correlation between the value of the house and its location, so get as much information as you can about it. Ask questions about prospects for the area’s future to be sure that new property development doesn’t reduce the value of the neighborhood in the future.
  • Think of the resale value It’s very likely that you will end up selling your house someday, so resale should be at the back of your mind even as you make your decision about your purchase. That means if your personal tastes are somewhat eccentric—and it reflects in what you buy now—it might be more difficult to sell later until you find another buyer equally attracted by what you like. That’s not to say you shouldn’t spend your money as you please, it’s just a cautionary note to consider the future when you buy now.
  • Check the home out The first rule of home buying is never to buy a house without inspecting it, and that holds true for luxury homes too. Go beyond the photographs and look closely at the house. If this is your initial luxury home purchase, the property might likely be different than the previous home you bought, so you should get a home inspector familiar with the ins and outs of luxury homes to give it a clean bill of health for you. For help on finding a good home inspector, ask your realtor for suggestions and recommendations.




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