So that's what we did.
For those with a large extended family, there's plenty of room for seasonal visitors. Included with the home is a nine 'horse-like' powered vehicle with plenty of cargo space, and boy can it fly. Located just steps to candy shops and toy stores, this home offers the best of North Pole living.
Protecting securing the homes and businesses of New England is serious work, and it's a job that American Alarm has accomplished for 40 years. There are a number of ways to ensure the safety of your loved ones and your belongings, so we took a few minutes to check in with James Cook, Sales Manager at American Alarm and Communications, headquartered here in Arlington, to find out how.
It's hard to find good help these days. Not because good help isn't out there -but because it is mixed in with the not-so-good help, and the downright not helpful at all.
Go to Google and search for a plumber near Arlington, Mass. and you get back 44,400 results. How do you know who is reputable, or even still in business? Sure, you could go to Craigslist, or Angie's List, which have helpful references and reviews, but nothing beats a real recommendation from a real person or group in your town that you know and trust.
Search no more - good help is on the way. View the YourHomeForSale Home Information Guide.
The YourHomeForSale Team has a special Spotlight this week. This home is not for sale, but it is an integral part of our community. This week our Spotlight is The Children's Room.
There are a lot of reasons to choose Steve McKenna and the YourHomeForSale team: great personal service, a knack for pricing to sell, attention to detail, exceptional marketing and, perhaps, the most important of all: The Annual Client and Business Partner Appreciation Holiday Extravaganza Event, Thing.
They say things happen in threes. Three can be a charm, company, or a crowd. In this case, three clicks of the mouse can score you seats front and center at a Bruins game.
Cloudy With a Chance of Price Adjustments
It's that time of year again. I'm not referring to the sparkly lights, the 'one for you, one-two for me' shopping, or the abundance of eggnog and fruit cake. I'm talking about the debate over whether to put a home on the market over the holidays.
|No! Wait to sell your home until after the holidays||Yes! Put your house on the market during the holidays |
|Buyers will think you are desperate.||Buyers are serious.|
|It is inconvenient.||It's going to be inconvenient anyway.|
|There is a smaller inventory, and you're less likely to find the right buyer.||There is less competition from other similarly priced homes.|
|It's difficult to close when everyone is on vacation.||Brokers, bankers and lenders are motivated to close, too.|
|You can put your home back on the market in January as a fresh new listing.||There will be more competition after the first of the year.|
|Don't decorate (it looks cluttered).||Festive houses show better.|
|Buyers are too busy shopping and visiting friends and family to look at homes.||Buyers have more time to look because they generally take time off over the holidays.|
If you're under the gun and need to sell sooner rather than later - then go for it. You'll feel better knowing you're doing everything in your power to get the process moving.
Whether you are home for the holidays, or preparing your home to sell, be sure to take the time to asses what's best for you and your situation.