Bernadette Calvario


Posted by Bernadette Calvario on 6/26/2019

If a buyer rescinds his or her offer to purchase your house, there is no need to stress. In fact, there are many things you can do to rebound quickly, such as:

1. Address Any Problems with Your Home

Try to find out why a buyer chose to walk away from your residence. That way, you could receive valuable insights into any problems with your home.

For instance, if a buyer discovered myriad home problems during an inspection, you may want to devote time and resources to address these issues. Or, you may want to reduce your house's initial asking price.

You may want to hire home improvement professionals to perform assorted property upgrades as well. By doing so, you can receive comprehensive assistance with home repairs and ensure any property issues are resolved immediately.

2. Promote Your Home to Buyers

A home deal that falls through is not the end of the world. Thus, you should be ready to re-list your house and promote it to buyers. Because if you reenter the housing market, you can move one step closer to selling your home.

As you promote your home to buyers, you should keep your residence looking great both inside and outside. This will help you boost the likelihood that buyers will fall in love with your residence as soon as they see it.

Don't forget to consider the buyer's perspective, too. If you think about why a buyer might choose your home over other available residences, you may be able to highlight your house's distinct features to the right groups of buyers.

3. Consult with a Real Estate Agent

Let's face it Ė you may feel disappointed and frustrated if a buyer rescinds his or her offer to purchase your house. But if you work with an expert real estate agent, you can get the help you need to streamline the house selling journey.

A real estate agent understands what it takes to sell a house, and he or she is ready to assist you in any way possible. First, a real estate agent will learn about your home and ensure you can promote your residence to the right groups of buyers. He or she next will showcase your residence to prospective buyers and host home showings and open house events. Finally, if a buyer submits an offer to purchase, a real estate agent will help you review the homebuying proposal so you can make an informed decision.

Best of all, a real estate agent can help you minimize stress as you navigate the home selling journey. If you ever have concerns or questions during this journey, a real estate agent will respond to them immediately.

The home selling journey may be complicated, and ultimately, a buyer may choose to rescind his or her offer to purchase your residence. However, if you take advantage of the aforementioned tips, you can stay calm, cool and collected in the face of adversity. And as a result, you may be better equipped than ever before to seamlessly navigate the home selling cycle.





Posted by Bernadette Calvario on 6/19/2019

Although buying your first house can be a little bit frightening, it should not be if you have a clear plan to get the funds you need. Aside from the mortgage process that may be confusing, every other thing is irrelevant because all you want is to ensure that the house is your choice and that it readily fits your needs.

Many of the things that homeowners keep worrying about are not worth the stress. Here are five things that you should not worry about when you buy your first house: 

1. Poorly fitting furniture

You can replace furniture that doesn't fit into your new home or give it away to some charity. You can also resell furniture items still in good condition. However, if you continue to like it, you can decide to keep it and put it in storage. After all, this is just your first house. If it doesn't fit in here, it will work in the next one you buy.

2. Wall paints

You have every right to pick the color of your new home. First-time homeowners, however, are found guilty of expecting things to look a certain way and get disappointed when they are not. If you don't like the paint, you can always change it to your taste. If you love the color, but it looks worn out, you can still have it repainted when you can afford the cost.

3. Decorations are worn out

There's no doubting the fact that some homes may look outdated and worn-out already, but you need to understand that upon acquiring your new home, there will be plenty of time to bring it up to your standard. Sometimes, kitchen and bathroom remodeling are the only areas thatíll cost you some cash. Other times, thereís a lot more to do to bring it up to your style. Check and confirm before buying to know where you will be spending money.

4. Outdated kitchen

The kitchen may not be entirely what you want. What's more important is how you evaluate the house in terms of infrastructure. Take a look at the roof, plumbing, and the electrical systems; make sure they all are in place. If everything looks and works perfectly, then you can prepare for a kitchen remodeling when you can afford it.

5. No children, no problem!

If you do not have children, then you should not worry too much about space, the quality of schools in the area, and the nursery facilities. While you may be tempted to worry about where your future children will go to school and where you can drop them off when you are going to work, the reality is that when children come, you will likely be in another phase of your life, getting ready to move to a larger home perfect for children.

Have a clear set of goals and objectives when buying a home for the first time and discuss them with an experienced, local realtor to help you make the right decisions.





Posted by Bernadette Calvario on 6/18/2019


25 Frost St, Framingham, MA 01701

Single-Family

$486,900
Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
Spectacular Northside Location~ A major make-over has given this home a crisp updated NEW look including neutral tones of grey painting. The beautiful newer maple kitchen with granite counters, tiled back-splash & SS appliances offers a custom built-in peninsula for eat-in dining. Opens into the formal dining room w/crown molding. Egress off kitchen to a great size deck and patio. The spacious family room greets you with a brick fireplace & 2019 refinished hardwood floors! A nice size bedroom/den and 2018 updated full bath/laundry complete this fabulous first floor~Upper level offers you two great size Bedrooms/Master & renovated 2018 full bath with hardwoods. Fenced in backyard & two sheds! Solar panels on rear roof! A semi-finished basement waiting for your finishing touch! Enjoy miles of walking trails close by and middle school also nearby..In the heart of Framingham with so much at your finger tips. Stellar schools make this a great place to call HOME!
Open House
Sunday
June 23 at 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
Northside ~ Location Location~ Stop by and preview this updated home. Walking distance to trails and more!
Cannot make the Open Houses?
Location: 25 Frost St, Framingham, MA 01701    Get Directions

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Posted by Bernadette Calvario on 6/12/2019

Whether you plan on selling your house in the next few years, or if you just want to make some much needed updates to your home, renovations can be a great way to increase the value of your property.

However, not all updates will pay for themselves. Some upgrades that we want for personal reasons, such as building an addition for more space, could come back to haunt you if it isnít to the taste of potential homebuyers in the future.

So, in this article, weíre going to talk about five simple updates to your home that have the best chance of increasing its selling price. That way, when you do finally decide to move on from your home, you can sell for the price you know your home is worth.

Improve your lighting

You donít have to be a carpenter to increase the value of your home. When a potential buyer enters your home for the first time, two of the first things theyíll notice are the lighting and the spaciousness of the room.

Since lighting is an essential part of creating spaciousness, increasing the former will also increase the latter.

So, what are some ways you can increase lighting?

  • Add recessed lights to the ceilings of your home. It will open up space in the ceiling and allow for a greater number of lights overall.

  • Add lighting under the cabinets in your kitchen

  • Use large mirrors for decoration to increase lighting and create the illusion of spaciousness in smaller rooms

Painting for the modern homeowner

Home decor trends come and go. Not long ago, wallpaper was the go-to choice. However, the surest way to increase the value of your home is to use bright and neutral colors since, statistically, these appeal to the largest number of people.

Fresh paint and good lighting work together to make your home seem more polished and modern. And, for just a few hundred dollars, you can paint your whole home.

Remember, however, that it is easy to scuff up the walls in your home. So, itís a good idea to paint closer to the date you think youíll be trying to sell.

Low maintenance landscaping

While there are people who enjoy mowing the lawn on Saturday morning, those people tend to be few and far between. One thing potential buyers will consider when viewing your home is how difficult it will be to take care of the yard.

Adding an irrigation system, removing unnecessary obstacles, and planting hardy bushes and plants will woo potential buyers.

Upgrade the most outdated room in your home

If your home is in need of serious upgrades, itís best to start with the room that needs it the most, especially if that room is a bathroom or kitchen. Replacing an old vanity or putting new tile down can be simple ways to spruce up a bathroom thatís looking dated.

Fix the little things

If you have a couple of years before you plan to sell, that gives you time to fix the small issues that youíve noticed and will continue to notice. Maintaining your home now will give you less to worry about when the time comes to sell, and you donít want to be dealing with leaking faucets when that day arrives.





Posted by Bernadette Calvario on 6/5/2019


25 Frost St, Framingham, MA 01701

Single-Family

$486,900
Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
Spectacular Northside Location~ A major make-over has given this home a crisp updated NEW look including neutral tones of grey painting. The beautiful newer maple kitchen with granite counters, tiled back-splash & SS appliances offers a custom built-in peninsula for eat-in dining. Opens into the formal dining room w/crown molding. Egress off kitchen to a great size deck and patio. The spacious family room greets you with a brick fireplace & 2019 refinished hardwood floors! A nice size bedroom/den and 2018 updated full bath/laundry complete this fabulous first floor~Upper level offers you two great size Bedrooms/Master & renovated 2018 full bath with hardwoods. Fenced in backyard & two sheds! Solar panels on rear roof! A semi-finished basement waiting for your finishing touch! Enjoy miles of walking trails close by and middle school also nearby..In the heart of Framingham with so much at your finger tips. Stellar schools make this a great place to call HOME!
Open House
Saturday
June 08 at 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM
New Price ~ Come preview this Cape with many updates on the North-side of town!
Cannot make the Open Houses?
Location: 25 Frost St, Framingham, MA 01701    Get Directions

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