WEICHERT, REALTORS® - Hunter Properties | North Attleborough Real Estate, Attleborough Real Estate


If a seller is motivated and your offer is the only one that comes in on a home for sale, you may have an easy time getting the home of your dreams. If there are multiple offers on a property, it’s a different story. 


If there’s competition, it’s simple math that your odds in favor of you getting the home are reduced. You need something that will grab the seller’s attention. Writing an offer letter can be just what you need to sway the decision in your direction. Even if your offer is less than what other people have put on the table, an offer letter is a perfect way to get the attention of the seller.


What To Include


You may wonder what you should include in an offer letter. You’re charming the sellers in a way, but also giving them an opportunity to get to know you. If someone has lived in a home that they have loved for a long time, they’ll be happier knowing the next occupants will be just as happy living on the property.


What Do You Like About The Property?


You should include a lot of positive things involving the property and your ability to care for and maintain it. Tell the seller about the features you most love about the house. You should let the seller know that they hard work they have done over the years has paid off and you appreciate it. Do you like the skylights? Does a remodeled kitchen get your attention? Is the deck a great feature for you to entertain on? Let the seller know any and everything that enticed you to put an offer on the property in the first place. 


Share Some Of Your Life


You don’t have to get overly personal or mushy, but you should include a bit about yourself and why you chose this property among the many you have seen. Maybe you grew up in the neighborhood. Maybe the home is perfect for your expanding family. Whatever the reason is for you to want this particular house you need to let the seller know. 


In addition to personal details, you can include a pre-qualification letter, demonstrating your ability to afford the home. This helps sellers to feel comfortable with your financial background and continued upkeep of the property.  



What Not To Include


While your plans for a property may be grandiose in your mind, don’t tell a seller what you plan to do with the proeprty in your offer letter. It’s nice that you want to update the kitchen, or re-do the bathrooms. It’s an insult of sorts to the seller so just omit these items. Keep your offer letter positive and brief and you may be well on your way to securing the property of your dreams.       



Lot 6 Ashden Court, Attleboro, MA 02703

Single-Family

$584,900
Price

10
Rooms
4
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
This spacious new home offers over 2500 square feet of living space with room for expansion. Large open floor plan with a fireplace family room open to oversized kitchen, dining room, first floor office and generous sized half bath. Second floor offers master with walk in closet and additional space for expansion a private bath with large walk in tile shower. Three additional bedrooms and Laundry room on second level. Charming country location within a short distance to major routes for easy commute. Lot 7 is also available to build your "Dream Home"!
Open House
Sunday
September 23 at 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM
Open House this Sunday 11:00 - 1:00.
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Location: Lot 6 Ashden Court, Attleboro, MA 02703    Get Directions

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As a home seller, it is important to do everything possible to transform an ordinary kitchen into a comfortable, attractive setting. With an awe-inspiring kitchen, you may be able to differentiate your house from others that are available in a competitive real estate market. Plus, your house's kitchen might even lead some homebuyers to submit offers immediately following a home showing.

Clearly, a top-notch kitchen can make a world of difference when you sell your house. But how can you determine whether a kitchen overhaul is necessary?

Here are three questions to consider before you embark on a kitchen renovation.

1. When do I plan to sell my house?

If you intend to sell your home quickly, you may have limited time at your disposal. Therefore, a complete kitchen overhaul may not be an option.

On the other hand, if you have several weeks or months to plan ahead, it may be worthwhile to evaluate your kitchen and find ways to improve it.

Consider your home selling timeline closely. That way, you can examine various home improvement projects and determine whether a kitchen renovation is a priority.

2. How much money do I have to complete a kitchen renovation?

A kitchen renovation can include everything from simple upgrades to a massive overhaul. As such, the costs associated with a kitchen renovation may vary.

Assess your home improvement budget and plan accordingly. If you have the funds available, you may be able to revamp your entire kitchen. However, if your financial resources are limited, you may need to consider cost-effective measures to enhance your kitchen.

Remember, there are many quick, easy ways to bolster your kitchen. Wiping down the walls and ceiling can help your kitchen dazzle. Meanwhile, repainting the kitchen walls and mopping the floors also provide simple, effective ways to improve your kitchen's appearance without breaking your budget.

3. Is a kitchen renovation worth my time?

A home appraisal may prove to be exceedingly valuable, particularly for home sellers who are on the fence about completing a kitchen renovation.

During a home appraisal, a property inspector will examine your residence and provide a report that highlights your house's strengths and weaknesses. This report can help you establish a price range for your home. In addition, the report may provide you with insights into whether a kitchen renovation may enable you to boost your home's value.

Lastly, if you're still uncertain about a kitchen renovation after a home appraisal, a real estate agent may be able to provide extra support.

A real estate agent understands the ins and outs of selling a home. Thus, he or she can evaluate your residence and help you decide whether a kitchen renovation is worth your time.

When it comes to a kitchen renovation, it is essential for home sellers to examine all of their options. Consider the aforementioned questions, and you should have no trouble determining if a kitchen renovation is right for you.


Location, Location, Location! This inviting and stately Custom-Built Colonial home, meticulously kept by one owner, sits on a private corner lot which is located in the highly-desirable neighborhood of Witch Pond Estates! Upon entering this home, you will find a breathtaking two-story open foyer to welcome guests! The first floor includes: an elegant, open living and dining room with bay windows, a stunning kitchen equipped with custom Cherry cabinetry, granite countertops, stainless steel appliances and a large pantry, a 14 x 28 family room with vaulted ceiling and gas fireplace, a home office, a half bath and laundry room leading to a two-car garage. Take a step out sliders in kitchen or family room onto a back deck with screen porch overlooking a tranquil backyard, inground pool and custom Cabana! Designed for entertaining! The second floor features four bedrooms, full bath and an extensive Master Suite! First time on market! LOOK NO FURTHER, you just found your new home!

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Lot 6 Ashden Court, Attleboro, MA 02703

Single-Family

$584,900
Price

10
Rooms
4
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
This spacious new home offers over 2500 square feet of living space with room for expansion. Large open floor plan with a fireplace family room open to oversized kitchen, dining room, first floor office and generous sized half bath. Second floor offers master with walk in closet and additional space for expansion a private bath with large walk in tile shower. Three additional bedrooms and Laundry room on second level. Charming country location within a short distance to major routes for easy commute. Lot 7 is also available to build your "Dream Home"!
Open House
Sunday
September 16 at 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM
Open House Sunday 11-1. We are nearing completion! Very attractive pricing for this charming new subdivision!
Cannot make the Open Houses?
Location: Lot 6 Ashden Court, Attleboro, MA 02703    Get Directions

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