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Posted by RE/MAX Main Street Associates on 4/1/2020

This Condo in Amesbury, MA recently sold for $175,000. This Garden,Mid-Rise style home was sold by - RE/MAX Main Street Associates.

25 Clarks Road, Amesbury, MA 01913


Sale Price

Bring your imagination to make this affordable condo your own. 4 rooms, 2 bedrooms, 1 bath with a low condo fee that includes heat and hot water, water, sewer, all your utilities except cable , electric! Parking, laundry facilities and inground pool. Come see what Birchwood Pointe and the popular town of Amesbury have to offer.

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Posted by RE/MAX Main Street Associates on 3/31/2020

This Condo in Boston, MA recently sold for $677,000. This Townhouse,Low-Rise style home was sold by - RE/MAX Main Street Associates.

1789 Centre Street, Boston, MA 02132

West Roxbury


Sale Price

ONLY 5 LEFT! OVER 70% SOLD! The highly anticipated RESIDENCES AT 1789 CENTRE STREET are now available! This brand new construction building has 16 residences with two bedrooms and two bathrooms and is centrally located in the heart of West Roxbury. This is a TWO-LEVEL, townhouse style unit with a master suite on a separate level! These open and bright units include chef-inspired white/gray kitchens with a GE appliance package, custom cabinets, Carrara white quartz countertops, and subway style backsplash. The Residences have it all - an elevator, garage parking, indoor bike storage, a spacious roof deck, energy efficient systems and in-unit washer and dryer. Steps from the commuter rail to Downtown Boston, Roche Bros supermarket, Starbucks, trendy shops and restaurants and so much more. This convenient location truly has it all. Move in today!

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Posted by RE/MAX Main Street Associates on 3/29/2020

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Moving from one state to another is stressful enough for adults and children. Often pets are doubly confused. Your home may be the only world they've known. They don't understand why you're leaving or if you're coming back. Boxes are piling up and moving people, family and friends are everywhere. This may increase your pet's anxiety and find them acting out or running away more than usual.

We've compiled five of the best expert tips for moving cross-country with your pet.

1. Prepare yourself for the move

We love this one from the New York Times. Often pets pick up on your own frazzled, sad or angry emotions. If you're frantically sorting boxes or searching for items, your pet will feel equally frustrated.

If this move is causing you stress, take time to slow down and do something you love. Remember, this is temporary. Whether it's an upgrade or a downsize, you're going to love your new home.

2. Put them in a quiet room

All the boxes, shifting furniture and people are disorienting. On top of that, the front door may be propped open for extended periods. Put your pet in a room as far from the commotion as possible. If they're prone to gnawing or scratching, put them in a crate and play some white noise, pleasant music or a TV program they'll associate with you to ease the stress.

3. Acclimate your pet to their carrier

If your pet is afraid of the carrier they'll travel in, leave it out in the room for a few weeks before your move. They can walk in and out of it on their own and know that it's not a trap. Put some treats and a blanket they love in there. Help them make positive associations with that safe traveling crate.

4. Assess the new surroundings 

If you're moving cross country, you may encounter unfamiliar hazards like:

  • Poisonous plants
  • Feral animals
  • Busy streets close to your home
  • Rat traps or bug-control pellets

You know your pet best and what may be a risk to them. Inspecting for hazards will help you prepare for their safe arrival.

5. Let them adjust slowly

Don't give your pets a whole new world to explore all at once. Instead, start them in one room like a laundry room or bathroom with food, water, bed and litter box (if applicable). Spend a few hours with them there. Then introduce them to the rest of their new home.

For more tips on moving, buying and selling your home, follow our blog.

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Posted by RE/MAX Main Street Associates on 3/29/2020

Creating curb appeal is an essential ingredient to attracting potential buyers to a house for sale. Similar to the concept of "dressing for success," when you make a strong first impression, your chances for producing positive results are greatly enhanced.

Looking good from the outside is the first step to capturing people's interest, but that's only the first of several hurdles that you have to clear. The last thing you want to do as a home seller is disappoint prospective buyers when they start looking around inside. That's why it's important to start strong and finish strong! While that may be easier said than done, it's a principle of success you can't afford to ignore.

Once you put your house on the market, there are two factors that could potentially work against you: the elements of time and competition.

  • Time is of the essence: Time can either be your friend or your adversary, depending on how long your house has been on the market. When house hunters see the words "just listed," it creates a feeling of excitement and urgency. For many eager home buyers, those two words mean there's a fresh opportunity to discover the house of their dreams... or at least a reasonable facsimile! It's especially enticing to frustrated buyers who have already looked at a lot of homes, without having found the right one yet. When a new house is listed and put on the market, couples will be thinking and saying "Maybe this house will be the one!" Your challenge as a home seller is to do everything possible and cost-effective to live up to their expectations! An important factor to keep in mind is that the longer a house is on the market, the less appealing it generally is to prospective buyers. Once a house has been languishing on the market for more than a couple months or so, it also puts the sellers at a negotiating disadvantage.
  • Competition is a fact of life: Buying a house is weighty decision. No one takes it lightly, and few buyers are going to make an offer on a house if they haven't looked at several others, too. Well-organized house hunters will have wish lists, "must have" requirements, and detailed notes and recollections about how each house stacks up. So it's important to work with your real estate agent to present your home in its best possible light. When your home compares favorably to other similar properties on market, your chances of getting it sold within a reasonable period of time are greatly improved.
Maintaining an appealing exterior will help give you an inside track in the competitive real estate market, but making sure your property is in good shape from top to bottom will often be the deciding factor in how soon you get to the finish line!

Posted by RE/MAX Main Street Associates on 3/27/2020

22 Hatch St, Haverhill, MA 01832



Full/Half Baths
Don't miss out on this expansive, updated, cape in a great Haverhill location near the Methuen line! The first floor features a huge 20' x 20' family room with sliders to a deck overlooking a large, private, fenced-in yard, a spacious, open-concept kitchen/dining room, an office or study, and a full bath. There's also a bright, 3-season porch with access to the deck and back yard. Upstairs there's an open hallway with window seat, a large, charming master bedroom with walk-in closet, and 2 additional good size bedrooms. Add in a young roof, vinyl-siding, insulated windows, and plenty of off-street parking, and this home is a best buy on today's market!
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