Colleen Griffin - RE/MAX Vision



Posted by Colleen Griffin on 8/17/2017

This Single-Family in Worcester, MA recently sold for $230,000. This Bungalow style home was sold by Colleen Griffin - RE/MAX Vision.


18 Blue Bell Rd, Worcester, MA 01606

Single-Family

$224,900
Price
$230,000
Sale Price

5
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
***New Listing***First Open House Thursday June 22nd from 4:30-6:30pm**** Second Open House this Saturday June 24th, 1:30-3pm*****Welcome to this Beautiful Burncoat Bungalow! This Immaculate Home is in Mint Condition and Ready for its New Buyer! ~ Updated Roof, Heating System, Electric, Solar Panels ~ Gleaming Hardwoods throughout the First Floor ~ Gorgeous Kitchen ~ Upgraded Cabinetry ~ Granite Counter Tops and All Appliances ~ Two Updated Baths and an Incredible Finished Lower Level with Walk Out ~The Freshly Painted Exterior, Enclosed Front Porch and New Side Entry Composite Stairs ~ This Home is Move in Ready!! Don't Miss Out on this Wonderful Home!

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Categories: Sold Homes  


Posted by Colleen Griffin on 8/14/2017

This Single-Family in Worcester, MA recently sold for $224,953. This Colonial style home was sold by Colleen Griffin - RE/MAX Vision.


31 Evelyn, Worcester, MA 01607

Single-Family

$219,900
Price
$224,953
Sale Price

5
Rooms
3
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
**OPEN HOUSE MARCH 26TH 11-1PM***New Listing!! Gorgeous Home Loaded with Extras! ~ This Wonderful Home has Beautiful Upgraded Cabinetry and Gleaming Granite Counter Tops. The Appliances are Stainless Steel and the First Floor is a Total Open Concept with Lots of Natural Light~3 Bedrooms and 1.5 Baths with Tile Flooring and Upgraded Vanities. ~ A Full Basement which has already been Stubbed for Future Finishing and Features a Walk-Out to the Back Flat Yard ~ Gas Heating and Central Air! ~ This Incredible Home is Situated on a Dead End Street and is just Minutes to Rte 20, Rte 146, Mass Pike, UMass Medical and Bio-Tech. Make your Appointment to View!

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Posted by Colleen Griffin on 8/14/2017


284 Saint Nicholas Ave, Worcester, MA 01606

Single-Family

$239,900
Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
***OPEN HOUSE THIS SUNDAY JULY 16TH 11AM-NOON****This Fabulous Home Features 3 Bedrooms ~ 2 Baths~ New Energy Efficient Gas Heating System with On-Demand Hot Water!!~ Central Air ~ Central Vac ~ Open Floor Plan ~ Updated Kitchen with Corian Counter Tops & All Appliances ~ Huge 3 Season Enclosed Porch Great for Entertaining and Offers Lots of Seating and Storage with the Built-In Benches ~ Deck, Patio and Large Rear Yard for all the Summer Barbecues ~ This Incredible Home is Ready for its New Owner!
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses

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Categories: Price Change  


Posted by Colleen Griffin on 8/13/2017

Browsing the real estate market may seem like an exhausting process, particularly for those who are searching for inexpensive properties. Fortunately, there are many quick, easy ways to streamline your search for a cost-effective residence.

Here are three tips that homebuyers can use to find inexpensive properties in any real estate market, at any time.

1. Check Out "Fixer-Uppers"

A fixer-upper, i.e. a property in need of substantial upgrades and maintenance, may prove to be a great value.

In many instances, fixer-uppers are priced to sell. These properties may require a lot of repairs, but homebuyers who are ready to work hard and perform a variety of home improvement projects on their own may be able to save money by purchasing a fixer-upper.

Check out the fixer-uppers in various cities and towns. By doing so, you can assess the current condition of a fixer-upper and find out how much maintenance it requires. And ultimately, you'll be able to determine whether a fixer-upper matches your price range, along with whether you're up to the task of completing myriad home improvement tasks.

2. Submit Offers on Many Residences

When it comes to buying an inexpensive home, it is important to remain patient. If at first you don't succeed with an initial offer on a home, be sure to try again.

It may take some time to find a home that corresponds with your budget. But homebuyers who are committed to exploring the real estate market are sure to find lots of properties that they can enjoy for years to come. And even though the asking prices of some homes may appear to be outside of your price range, it never hurts to ask whether a home seller will consider a proposal that is less than his or her initial asking price.

Be prepared to submit many offers on residences as you browse the real estate market for an inexpensive home. If a home seller rejects your initial proposal, don't be discouraged. Remember, there are many terrific homes that are available, and a diligent homebuyer should have no trouble discovering the right residence at a budget-friendly price.

3. Collaborate with a Real Estate Agent

Real estate agents are ready to assist you in any way possible. Thus, if you work with an experienced real estate agent, you can explore a vast array of inexpensive houses at your convenience.

Your real estate agent will keep you up to date about any properties that match your price range as they become available. Plus, your real estate agent can offer homebuying recommendations that you may struggle to obtain elsewhere, ensuring that you can secure your dream residence at the right price.

Work with a real estate agent as you begin your search for an inexpensive home you'll be glad you did. Your real estate agent will go the extra mile to help you find a wonderful house that won't require you to overspend. As a result, your real estate agent will make it simple for you to go from homebuyer to homeowner in no time at all.





Posted by Colleen Griffin on 8/6/2017

Attending a home showing often represents a major milestone in the homebuying journey. But after you take an up-close look at a house, how should you proceed?

There are many questions to consider after you attend a home showing, including:

1. What Did You Think of the Home?

Although it may appear to be love at first sight after you view a property for the first time, it usually is better to err on the side of caution. Thus, after you check out a home, you may want to take at least a few hours to assess the property.

Does the residence fit your budget? Is the property big enough to accommodate your family? And is the residence close to your office? These are just some of the questions that you'll want to consider as you evaluate the pros and cons of a house.

Also, don't forget to consult with your real estate agent. This professional may be able to offer additional insights into a house that you might struggle to obtain elsewhere. By doing so, your real estate agent can help you determine how to proceed with a residence.

2. Should I Submit an Offer?

The decision to submit an offer on a house is a big one, particularly for those who want to purchase a high-quality property at a budget-friendly price.

Ultimately, you'll want to look at various housing market factors before you submit an offer on a residence. Consider how long a residence has been listed as well as the prices of comparable houses in the same city or town. Furthermore, you'll want to consider the property's condition and whether major repairs will be needed in the near future.

Your real estate agent can help you put together a competitive offer on a house that won't exceed your budget. This housing market professional will enable you to examine the pros and cons of a residence and make it easy for you to decide how to move forward after a home showing.

3. What Are My Options?

Homebuyers have many options after they view a house. They may choose to submit an offer on the residence. Or, if a house fails to meet their expectations, homebuyers can continue to explore the real estate market.

No homebuyer should feel backed into a corner after a home showing. Fortunately, your real estate agent will be able to outline all of your options. This real estate professional will simplify the process of finding your dream house and allocate the necessary time and resources to explain all of the options at your disposal.

Perhaps best of all, your real estate agent can answer any concerns or questions at each stage of the homebuying journey. That way, if you're uncertain about a residence that you recently viewed, your real estate agent will be able to respond to your queries without delay.

Take advantage of home showings, and you should have no trouble discovering your ideal residence.




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