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WorcesterCountyRealty.com, Keller Williams Realty Worcester, MA. Pat McQuaid updates on real estate in Worcester County Massachusetts with a focus on Shrewsbury, MA and surrounding towns.

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2009 

All new amenities and mechanicals nestled on a private lot close to route 2 and schools! Home features a new 5 bedroom septic system, Pella windows, new three-car garage with possible in-law suite above, brand new granite kitchen, original pine floors throughout, master suite, home office, irrig...
02/24/2009
MLS # 70799988 - Active Commercial/Industrial - Land 140 Leominster Road List Price: $499,900 Sterling, MA 01564 Worcester County Directions: Leominster Road is Rt.12 next to Rt.190 Exit #6 Interchange Remarks 1.06 Acre Lot next to the Rte. 190 / Rte 12 interchange in Sterling. Perfect location f...
02/23/2009
Why use a Real Estate Agent? Before you decide to become a FSBO ( for sale by owner), consider the extra time and money involved. Remember, Real Estate Agents perform many tasks, the scope of which you may not realize and all of which you would have to complete solo if you sold on your own. Some ...
02/23/2009
10 Questions to Ask Your Realtor about Selling a House Are you a full-time professional real estate agent? How long have you worked full time in real estate? How long have you been representing buyers? What professional designations do you have? Knowing whether or not your agent practices full ti...
02/23/2009
Creating your home wish list Before the home search begins, your real estate agent will want to know as much as possible about the features and amenities you desire. To help your agent better serve you, analyze what you want and what you need in a home’s features and amenities. Features: Age: Do ...
02/23/2009
Practicing good seller's etiquette Let's face it: When your house goes on the market, you're not only opening the door to prospective buyers, but also sometimes to unknown vendors and naïve or unqualified buyers. As with any business transaction, there is an expected protocol to how sellers, buye...
02/22/2009
Opting for new home construction Whether to buy an existing home or have one built is yet another decision to make during the home-buying process. If you decide to go with new construction, a real estate agent can be a powerful advocate in your corner as you negotiate upgrades, a move-in date and...
02/22/2009
Deciding how much house you can afford Your lender decides what you can borrow but you decide what you can afford. Lenders are careful, but they make qualification decisions based on averages and formulas. They won’t understand the nuances of your lifestyle and spending patterns quite as well as ...
02/22/2009
Increasing your home's appeal Remember the 60-second rule: That's all the time you have to create a winning first impression. Here are some simple to significant ways to maximize your home's appeal. Exterior * Keep the grass cut and remove all yard clutter. * Weed and apply fresh mulch to flower ...
02/22/2009
Eight steps to selling your home Define your needs. Write down all the reasons for selling your home. Ask yourself, "Why do I want to sell and what do I expect to accomplish with the sale?" For example, a growing family may prompt your need for a larger home, or a job opportunity in another city ...
02/22/2009
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