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Posted by Carol-Ann Palmieri & Al Mussi on 8/18/2017


15 Coderre Dr, Bellingham, MA 02019

Single-Family

$299,000
Price

5
Rooms
3
Beds
1
Baths
This beautifully appointed and freshly renovated ranch home sits quietly at the end of a cul de sac. You'll find new roof, heating and central air conditioning systems, siding, windows, gleaming hardwood floors, a beautiful kitchen with granite and stainless, and new bath. Walk out basement. Enjoy expansive, wooded, natural views from your back deck. Conveniently located approx 5 miles to Boston commuter rail station and 495 and just 20 miles to Providence or 30 miles to Worcester. This home presents the perfect blend of privacy, location and convenience!
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Posted by Carol-Ann Palmieri & Al Mussi on 8/4/2017

Bellingham, MA:

This Single-Family in Bellingham, MA recently sold for $245,000.
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Posted by Carol-Ann Palmieri & Al Mussi on 7/30/2016

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This Single-Family in Bellingham, MA recently sold for $255,000.
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Posted by Carol-Ann Palmieri & Al Mussi on 2/24/2015

When Should I Put My Bellingham MA Condo on the Market? bellingham MA Condo Update Feb2015 Take a look at this weeks update of the Bellingham MA condo and town home market. With 11 properties pending and an average market time of 45 days, if you were ever thinking of selling, I would say the time is now!   There are only 5 properties available in this category for buyers to choose from creating a home sellers dream of low inventory and high buyer demand. Get started by finding out what the value of your condo or town home is in today's market.

Call Al Mussi today for a free market evaluation of your Bellingham MA home.    Al and Cal Realty Group, Remax Executive Realty have more than 50 years combined yeas of real estate experience in the community.    508-494-9061

This year's winter has more and more people thinking that shoveling snow is out for them, and a condo/town home lifestyle is in their future!

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Posted by Carol-Ann Palmieri & Al Mussi on 8/27/2014

 

Should You Visit an Open House or Set Up a Private Showing?                             
Are you planning on attending an open house this weekend?   Or Should you set up a personal tour?   That should really depend on where you are in the home buying process. The signs go up, the balloons go out.                On any given Saturday or Sunday in the Franklin MA area, there is no lack of open houses to visit. Open houses.  I've been hosting one almost every week for the past 26 years.   Over those years, traffic counts have varied depending on the market, price point, condition, and location of the home.   Having said that, the activity level on the past few opens that I have held is incredible. What's driving all this traffic?
  • Much of it can be attributed to lack of inventory.  This makes it crucial to view a home as soon as possible.
  • Exposure is better too.   No longer relying on print media,  Buyers are alerted to open homes via automated email and they are promoted  over the internet.
  • Agents send their buyers to preview open homes because there is more flexibility with timing.
  • Many listing agents use the open house as a kick of to their marketing campaign.
With buyers flocking to open houses, the question then becomes is it better to visit an open house or set up a personal appointment with your Realtor? The answer to that should depend on how serious a buyer you are.   If you are just starting your home search, visiting an open house can be a good, hands on approach of gaining market knowledge.   It is also a good way of "interviewing" a potential agent to represent you.   (I shouldn't leave out that it can be a good way for a "potential" seller to informally interview an agent as well.) But, If you are well into your home search and have identified your wants and needs in terms of price, size, style and location, then setting up a personal tour may be much more effective for you.    I feel this way because at many of the recent open homes that I have hosted (and visited), the traffic is so brisk that one can not really take a good look at the home.   With many people filling up a room(s), it an be hard to linger and really take in the details.   You might also feel pressured, and possibly undermine your negotiating position by tipping your hand to the hosting agent or to other attendees.    Seeing the home without all that stimulation and traffic gives you the time to really look it over and get to know the home without others looking over your shoulder.    Want to set up a personal tour?     Hire the right Realtor.    Al and I are certified buyers agents.   Call us.      Tips to eliminate stress when Buying a Home
 
If you want to really know what's happening in your market area, consult your
 
        Call me if you have any questions about the market. 
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