Kristen Dailey | Hanover Real Estate, Braintree Real Estate, Weymouth Real Estate



41 North St, Foxboro, MA 02035

Single-Family

$589,900
Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Welcome home to your 4 year Young Home! Why wait for New Construction when you can move right in here!!This house will check all the boxes on your buyer's dream list: Prime Location,Walk to Payson playground/fields & Lane Property walking trails,Igo Elementary,short dist to 95&Patriots Place.Head inside where the sun filled 1st floor has been decorated perfectly from paint colors to light fixtures.There's a spacious family room w/gas fireplace & open floor plan that includes a dining area & gorgeous kitchen w/white cabinetry, granite ct's, subway tile backsplash & SS appliances. There's a stunning DR w/custom wainscot & hardwoods (current use is playroom),a powder room & separate laundry room. 2nd floor has a spacious master, w/walk-in closet & bath.There are 2 more beds, a full bath & landing area used as an office. BONUS: Walk-up attic,full w/out basement ready for expansion, central a/c, irrigation, new walkway & shed. Listen to the concerts @Gillette all summer from your back deck!
Open House
Sunday
May 20 at 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM
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Location: 41 North St, Foxboro, MA 02035    Get Directions

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19 Heather Ln, Weymouth, MA 02190

Single-Family

$619,900
Price

10
Rooms
4
Beds
3
Baths
IN-LAW - Located in Gorgeous Forest Park Neighborhood! This home checks every box! Absolute stunning renovation and room for the entire extended family, the pictures do not do it justice, you want to see this in person! The upper level has a wide open floor plan, brand new gray and white kitchen with huge center island, Carrara marble counters, double ovens, cook top, built in microwave. Entertain everyone in your 550 square foot family room with cathedral ceilings. Additionally there are 3 bedrooms and an oversized bath with jacuzzi tub and stand up shower. The lower level is a recently renovated 4 room in-law: Living Room (fireplace), Dining Room, Eat-In-Kitchen, bedroom with a full bath and it's own laundry. There is a 2nd renovated bath in lower level accessible by the 1st floor with a stand up shower and laundry room. BONUS: 2 car garage, central air, newer Buderus heating system, huge yard and fabulous location. Showings begin immediately.
Open House
Sunday
May 20 at 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
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Location: 19 Heather Ln, Weymouth, MA 02190    Get Directions

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19 Heather Ln, Weymouth, MA 02190

Single-Family

$619,900
Price

9
Rooms
4
Beds
3
Baths
IN-LAW in Gorgeous Forest Park Location!
Open House
Sunday
May 20 at 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
Cannot make the Open Houses?
Location: 19 Heather Ln, Weymouth, MA 02190    Get Directions

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41 North St, Foxboro, MA 02035

Single-Family

$589,900
Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Welcome home to your 4 year Young Home! Why wait for New Construction when you can move right in here!!This house will check all the boxes on your buyer's dream list: Prime Location,Walk to Payson playground/fields & Lane Property walking trails,Igo Elementary,short dist to 95&Patriots Place.Head inside where the sun filled 1st floor has been decorated perfectly from paint colors to light fixtures.There's a spacious family room w/gas fireplace & open floor plan that includes a dining area & gorgeous kitchen w/white cabinetry, granite ct's, subway tile backsplash & SS appliances. There's a stunning DR w/custom wainscot & hardwoods (current use is playroom),a powder room & separate laundry room. 2nd floor has a spacious master, w/walk-in closet & bath.There are 2 more beds, a full bath & landing area used as an office. BONUS: Walk-up attic,full w/out basement ready for expansion, central a/c, irrigation, new walkway & shed. Listen to the concerts @Gillette all summer from your back deck!
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses

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If this is your first time selling a home, you might not be familiar with the costs associated with selling. Lenders and agents help to make this process as simple as possible for both the buyer and seller. However, it’s still a good idea to know what to expect to pay for selling your home, as it seems counter-intuitive that you would have to pay to sell something.

Due to the consolidation of costs by lenders, it can be easy to glaze over the list of closing expenses without fully knowing what they mean. But since many fees can be negotiated, it pays to learn the ins and outs of closing costs.

Whether you’re selling your home soon or just want to brush up on real estate processes, this article will give you a better understanding of closing costs from the perspective of a seller.

Closing costs

Buyers typically pay the majority of the closing costs associated with purchasing a home. However, there are some closing costs that buyers are at least partially responsible for.

Notary fees, expenses from escrow, and title insurance are all likely costs you’ll have to dish out before closing.

Agent fees

Real estate agents typically earn a commission on selling a house. The work they put in saves you in several ways. First, you don’t have to pay for all of the marketing expenses associated with selling a home. This includes photography, sign-making, and online listings.

Agents can save you in other ways, as well. They’ll help you price your home effectively, negotiate prices, and take care of the time-intensive process of showing your house. You won’t want to have to take time off from work to try to DIY these steps.

Taxes

Since you’ve likely owned your home for a while now, you’re familiar with paying property taxes. If you pay taxes yearly and are moving toward the end of your pay cycle, you’ll have to pay a prorated rate for the amount of time you’ve lived in the home that year.

The burden is also yours for any remaining HOA fees and state transfer taxes. Not every state charges transfer taxes so be sure to check the cost for your state.

Moving costs

Moving can be an expensive endeavor. Aside from hiring movers, renting vans, or buying boxes, there are a number of expenses we don’t often think of when preparing to move.

First, it will take you a while to get your new home set up. That means you should be prepared to eat out for a while until you get settled.

On top of that, there’s also the matter of having to take days off from work, which can be costly in its own right.

Those are some of the most common expenses a buyer has to worry about during closing. Your real estate agent will be able to give you a comprehensive rundown of costs and help you find the best agreement.




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