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Posted by RE/MAX Main Street Associates on 2/15/2018


36 Iris Way, Haverhill, MA 01830

Condo

$325,000
Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
2/2
Full/Half Baths
Downsizing??? But then again you still need that extra space... This one could be the solution. End unit offering 4 levels of living with attached 1-car garage. Recently refurbished; new Lennox furnace, new hot water heater, new stainless steel appliances, new hardwood floors on the second floor, new bathroom vanities, new light fixtures, new tile flooring on lower level, kitchen and bathrooms. Hardwood flooring on the first floor has been refinished. Eat-in kitchen featuring granite, SS appliances, tile flooring. Third floor offers office space, bedroom or storage. This "Buttonwood" style unit lends lots of versatility and usable space. A great value.
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Posted by RE/MAX Main Street Associates on 2/14/2018

This Single-Family in Haverhill, MA recently sold for $143,000. This Cape style home was sold by - RE/MAX Main Street Associates.


42 Wainwright Ave, Haverhill, MA 01835

Ward Hill

Single-Family

$235,000
Price
$143,000
Sale Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
1
Baths
THIS IS A SHORT SALE...The price has NOT been set by the lender ( Chase) Bradford Location, large yard, 3 bedroom, 1 bath, EIK and decent size LR. There is also a 2nd level for "extra" space to be used as desired. This property WILL NOT qualify FHA. Property is on a well. SOLD AS IS!

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Posted by RE/MAX Main Street Associates on 2/12/2018

This Multi-Family in Groveland, MA recently sold for $493,000. This style home was sold by - RE/MAX Main Street Associates.


679-681 Salem St, Groveland, MA 01834

Multi-Family

$489,900
Price
$493,000
Sale Price

2
Units
3,222
Approx. GLA
Beautiful 2 family on a half acre lot with lovely, peaceful views. Please review thousands of dollars of upgrades and improvements. Either unit could be the owner's unit- both are so nice!! All new granite kitchens, new 2 full baths and 2 half baths. Make a choice: Delux full bath in unit 1 or an amazing 3 season porch w/a wood burning fireplace in unit 2. A few of the many special features include: Unit 1- C/A with 4 new Mitsubichi units, 17 new Pella windows, some new wood floors, french doors, waher/dry on 2nd floor, new stairwell to 3rd floor ( attic ). Unit 2 offers: new stairs to the 2nd floor, new cork flooring in Living rm and 3 season porch, new berber carpeting on 2nd floor, large master with new closet. Enjoy a cedar closet, SS appliances with a gas stove. Both units offer new 100 amp elec panels, sep elec & gas meters, 2 gas furnaces, 2 new driveways, newly painted exterior and a 2 car garage. Beautiful original beams.






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Posted by RE/MAX Main Street Associates on 2/12/2018


17 Abbott Street, Groveland, MA 01834

Single-Family

$509,500
Price

9
Rooms
3
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
This fabulous expanded Georgian split level home has in law possibilities. This home's main level features 3 bedrooms, gleaming hardwood floors,chef kitchen with granite counter tops and stainless steel appliances, formal dinning room, inviting living room and all season room. Lower level boasts large fire placed family room with wet bar, french doors leading to covered area with hot hub spa. In addition, there is one room with walk in cedar closet, laundry room and another room with half bath,providing a myriad of possibilies. Resort like back yard with a 20x40 in ground pool, gazebo on sun deck and breathtaking gardens, over sized 2 car garage with storage connected to mudroom. Over $85,000. of updates in the last 5 yrs alone.
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Posted by RE/MAX Main Street Associates on 2/11/2018

When youíre searching for a home to buy, youíll probably attend many different open houses. The open house is meant to help you get a feel for different properties. While you canít get to know all the ins and outs of a home in a short time, you can get an understanding of some of the best things (and not so great things) about a property. Below, youíll find some of the biggest warning signs that a property may not be all that it appears to be. 


Thereís A Lot Of Odor Masking Elements In Place


When you walk into an open house, you may get the smell of freshly baked cookies or a lovely candle. While these are great marketing techniques, they also can be a tactic to hide things. Perhaps there are some offensive odors in the house from mold, leaks, smoke, or mildew. You may not be prepared to deal with these kinds of problems once you move into a home. 


You Notice Glaring Issues


While the home inspection will reveal many problems that may be invisible to the casual observer, you should still be on the lookout for issues on the surface of the home during the open house. These issues can include cracks in the ceiling or walls, cracks in the floor, or even squeaky floor boards. If you happen to see patchy walls in the home, that could indicate that repairs have been made several times. Be alert for these potential problems.


Does The Home Look Well-Kept?


When you pull up in front of the home is the lawn trim? Does the home appear clean? While everyone would hope that a homeowner would clean up their property before an open house, small and big things like this can indicate a bigger problem. If the home is not cared for on the surface, how many other underlying maintenance issues are there in the home? Neglected regular maintenance can cause larger problems of all kinds in a home.


Strange Cosmetic Fixes


A freshly painted wall could be suspect of a big problem. Under the paint could be mold, cracks, or other issues. Some homeowners do put fresh paint on their walls before selling in order to give the home a neutral feel. However, you should be on the lookout for other signs of problems in the home.          


Channel Your Inner Detective


While you donít need to dig as deep into a home as a home inspector does, you should be on the lookout as you scan a home for the potential livability for you. Things like glaring cracks in the ceiling, or a strong odor of cigarette smoke could be signs of future problems living in the home. The open house is your time to find a home that fits you and your life, so make the most of the opportunity.  




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