Another Property Sold – 18 Jamaica St Lawrence, MA

This Multi-Family in Lawrence, MA recently sold for $399,900. This style home was sold by Olivares & Molina Team – Coco, Early & Associates The Olivares, Molina & Alperin Division.








18 Jamaica St,



Lawrence, MA 01843

South Lawrence

Multi-Family

$399,900
Price

$399,900
Sale Price

2
Units

1,908
Approx. GLA

Ready to buy yourself the ultimate gift? Here is an opportunity to buy yourself a remodeled awesome two unit home located on a dead end street on a large lot and within distance to shopping center and Interstate 495! This home offers it all! Both units offer an open concept layout with recessed lighting, new kitchen cabinets with granite counters and stainless steel appliances. 3 bedrooms in each level and wood flooring throughout along with updated bathrooms. Lower level offers ample storage with 2 new on demand heating/hot water combo systems, laundry area for both units as well as updated electrical. Exterior of home offers new vinyl sided exterior, updated windows, recently paved driveway and a over-sized side yard for summer fun! Truly ready for you to make it home! Don't delay and make this one yours today!

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Another Property Sold – 1400 Gorham Street Unit 10 Lowell, MA

This Condo in Lowell, MA recently sold for $339,900. This Townhouse,Half-Duplex style home was sold by Olivares & Molina Team – Coco, Early & Associates The Olivares, Molina & Alperin Division.








1400 Gorham Street,



Lowell, MA 01852

South Lowell

Condo

$339,900
Price

$339,900
Sale Price

6
Rooms

2
Beds

1/1
Full/Half Baths

Introducing Mill City Crossing, South Lowell's newest luxury townhome community. These well-appointed 2/3 bedroom Condex style Townhomes feature an open floor plan, perfect for todays life style. The kitchen with its upgraded stainless appliances and cabinetry, granite countertops and gleaming hardwood flooring rivals kitchens found in higher priced homes. A spacious fireplaced living room perfect for entertaining, oversized trim, crown molding, recessed lighting and real hardwood flooring in this Townhome are just some of the amenities included. With its convenient location near the Chelmsford/Billerica line, close proximity to the train station to Boston, easy access to the Lowell connector Rt. 3 and 495 and the historical and cultural treasures found in downtown Lowell makes this community a great place to call home. Units now available, visit our beautiful model home today.

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Another Property Sold – 165 Water St Lawrence, MA

This Multi-Family in Lawrence, MA recently sold for $320,000. This style home was sold by Olivares & Molina Team – Coco, Early & Associates The Olivares, Molina & Alperin Division.








165 Water St,



Lawrence, MA 01841

North Lawrence

Multi-Family

$329,000
Price

$320,000
Sale Price

2
Units

2,536
Approx. GLA

Looking for a 2 unit home with expanded living in the 3rd level? Here it is! Priced to sell multi unit home offering a first level featuring 3 bedrooms and a 2nd level with a total of 5 bedrooms and washer/dryer in unit. Vinyl sided exterior with off street parking in the rear and plenty of storage space in the basement. Make this one yours!

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Mistakes To Avoid When You’re Selling Your Home

When you’re trying to sell your home, there are a few mistakes that could make or break completing the sale of the home in a timely manner. While some things like a tough market or a home with a lot of extra-special features are out of your immediate control, there are plenty of things that you can do when it comes to selling your home. Read on for expert selling tips on what to avoid when your home is going on the market.

Your Home Is Overpriced

Overpriced homes tend to sit on the market for a longer period of time. This is because buyers can see that the price isn’t right and are waiting for a price drop. It’s so easy to overestimate the value of your home as well. 

When a home sits on the market for a longer period of time, buyers also wonder if there’s something wrong with the home. Was there a botched inspection? Does the home need major work that’s not visible to the naked eye? An idle home sale leaves buyers wondering, and your home still left on the market.

As far as price goes, if your home has been sitting on the market, you’ll need to consider dropping the price in a timely fashion if the price isn’t right. You also should be open to bargaining with buyers. In the grand scheme of selling a home sometimes being stubborn with $5,000 doesn’t pay off in the end. 

You Didn’t Clean Before A Showing


When your home goes on the market, you’ll need to do a deep clean of the home. This could mean shelling out some money for a professional cleaning service. Buyers want to see homes that are in pretty good condition. It’s hard to picture living in a place where there’s a lot of dirt and clutter. If you need to, put some of your stuff in storage for the showing. Buyers need some vision to help them decide on the home that’s right for them. You can help them to find that vision with a spotless house.

Using Subpar Photographs

When it comes to selling your home, you want the best possible photographs to depict your property. Most home buyers start their search online these days and high-quality photographs are the best first impression of your property that you can give. A few cell phone pictures just won’t cut it. If you can’t get professional photographs done to sell your home, you might want to find someone with a more professional camera or a bit of amateur photography skills. Buyers are focusing on the pictures way more than they are the words in descriptions for online listings. Find the best way to give buyers an overview of your property in images with a good impression.