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You may be ready to sell your home. However, before you add your residence to the real estate market, you should consider involving your neighbors in the home selling process.

There are many quick, easy ways to connect with your neighbors and ensure they can help you sell your house, including:

1. Meet Face-to-Face with Your Neighbors

Although you've enjoyed many wonderful years in your neighborhood, you may determine that now is a good time to relocate. As such, you should meet with your neighbors to share the news.

A face-to-face meeting with a neighbor usually is a good idea. At this time, you can provide details about your future plans and respond to your neighbor's concerns or questions as well.

Plus, you can ask your neighbor if he or she knows anyone who may be interested in your home. And if your neighbor answers, "Yes," encourage him or her to share the news that your house will soon be available.

2. Provide Neighbors with a Copy of Your Home Listing

Ultimately, you'll want to provide your neighbors with as much information about your home as possible. By doing so, you can make it simple for your neighbors to keep colleagues, family members and friends up to date about your residence.

If an online home listing is available, feel free to share a link to the listing via email or social media. Then, your neighbors can copy and paste the link to the listing to share it with anyone they choose.

Also, if your neighbors prefer a paper copy of your home listing, you should be able to provide them with a print-out that outlines your house's features. Be ready to provide paper copies of your home listing to your neighbors at any time, and you can boost your chances of selling your home quickly.

3. Be Available to Respond to Home Selling Concerns and Questions

After you share details about your home with neighbors, it may be only a matter of time before your residence sells. Meanwhile, neighbors may return to you with additional concerns and questions about your residence.

Be available to your neighbors via phone call, text and email. This will ensure you can provide your neighbors with the home information they request, any time they need it.

Lastly, it is important to remember that home sellers should try to do everything they can to promote their residences to the right groups of homebuyers. If you collaborate with a real estate agent, you can improve your chances of connecting with the right homebuyers, regardless of the current housing market's conditions.

A real estate agent will learn about your home selling goals and work with you to ensure you can achieve them. Perhaps best of all, a real estate agent will set up home showings and open houses and respond to your home selling concerns and queries to guarantee you are fully supported throughout the home selling journey.

Take advantage of the aforementioned tips, and you should have no trouble stirring up plenty of interest in your residence.



736 Charlton St, Southbridge, MA 01550

Single-Family

$199,500
Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
You'll like the flexible living options in this spacious comfortable and well maintained 3 BR Cape home with complete first floor living, bedroom, bath and laundry plus 2 big BRs and another bath upstairs. Big open welcoming living/dining room with fireplace and multiple windows is perfect for gathering with family and friends - plus a large 3 season porch are just part of the charm you'll appreciate! There are 2 big walk-in cedar closets, one upstairs and another on the first floor. The home sits back from the road with a large level yard, ample parking and total privacy behind the house surrounded by trees. This home offers a recent roof, vinyl clad dbl paned windows, System 2000 heating system and cast iron baseboard for comfort and energy efficiency.
Open House
Sunday
December 10 at 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
Welcome to this spacious 3 BR 2 bath Cape with the option of one floor living plus 2 more BRs and full bath on the second floor!! It includes a first floor laundry, bright large fireplaced living/dining room and a big 3 season porch, a double garage, full basement with workshop space and a lovely private back yard surrounded by trees. MOTIVATED SELLERS!!
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A small space can seem to be an unsolvable challenge. There are ways that you can work with your home and adapt to the space to suit your needs.

Arrange Furniture Wisely


If the furniture in a room isn’t arranged properly, it can really put a damper on a small space. You don’t want your furniture to be so far apart in a room, that people can’t carry on a conversation, but you also don’t want the room to appear cramped. 


In the living room, for example, you’re going to want to keep some open space but also have a strategy to arranging the furniture to set it up for company and space. This means that you need to pull furniture away from the walls. This will create more depth for the room, without adding anything. Also, don’t fill any room with too much furniture. If a room feels stuffy, see what pieces of furniture aren't essential and take them out. 


Use Solid Colors For Your Base In A Room


If a small room has large pieces of solid color on the wall open, you’ll have the freedom to add patterns if you want. This also gives the room the illusion that it’s larger and has more open space available. 


Place Your Bed In Front Of A Window


It may seem strange to place a bed in front of a window, but in many small bedrooms, this is your only option to give you space for both furniture and a bed. The bed actually becomes the focal point of the room when you arrange it this way. 


Get Key Pieces To Help Maximize Space


 There are a few pieces that you may not even think belong in your living room that actually can help you to maximize the space. Instead of a sofa, for example, get a love seat. There are even pull-out versions of love seats that can accommodate overnight guests. Now, you’re saving space with a purpose. 


An armoire is typically thought of as being in the bedroom for clothing storage. You can use an armoire to hide things like games, liquor and bar tools, or even books. This can help you to hide things, reducing clutter, creating the illusion of more space in the room. There are dozens of other great pieces that save space and serve a purpose in a living room. These include sofa tables and side tables.


The Basics


In small rooms, the most important thing to remember is that simple is best. You don’t want much beyond the essentials. If you get creative with the space, you’ll be able to make the most of every inch that you have to work with.


This Single-Family in Southbridge, MA recently sold for $248,000. This Colonial,Victorian style home was sold by Marita Tasse - RE/MAX Prof Associates.


98 Main St, Southbridge, MA 01550

Single-Family

$250,000
Price
$248,000
Sale Price

9
Rooms
4
Beds
2
Baths
MAGNIFICENT UPGRADED ANTIQUE COLONIAL featuring original exquisite details! You'll be charmed by the large rooms, decorative fireplaces, stained glass windows, refinished wood floors (some new hickory), quartered oak raised panel wainscoting, wide woodwork and crown moldings, circular floor plan with variable living options, decorative chandeliers, curved corner windows, elegant detailed stairways (a back staircase from the kitchen too) and much more! The remodelled kitchen is fully applianced with an antique Hoosier cabinet, plentiful storage and Butler's pantry. Each room reveals unique features! Fabulous enclosed front porch and entry vestibule with leaded glass! Many of this home's antique treasures will be offered to the new owners. Recent architectural shingled roof, painted exterior, natural gas boiler and HW heater. The full walkout basement has ample workshop space and you'll enjoy the attractive yard with a spacious patio and lovely perennial gardens.

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736 Charlton St, Southbridge, MA 01550

Single-Family

$199,500
Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
You'll like the flexible living options in this spacious comfortable and well maintained 3 BR Cape home with complete first floor living, bedroom, bath and laundry plus 2 big BRs and another bath upstairs. Big open welcoming living/dining room with fireplace and multiple windows is perfect for gathering with family and friends - plus a large 3 season porch are just part of the charm you'll appreciate! There are 2 big walk-in cedar closets, one upstairs and another on the first floor. The home sits back from the road with a large level yard, ample parking and total privacy behind the house surrounded by trees. This home offers a recent roof, vinyl clad dbl paned windows, System 2000 heating system and cast iron baseboard for comfort and energy efficiency.
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses

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