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Posted by Granite Group Realtors on 3/20/2019

This Multi-Family in Quincy, MA recently sold for $623,000. This style home was sold by - Granite Group Realtors.


208-210 Franklin Street, Quincy, MA 02169

South Quincy

Multi-Family

$639,888
Price
$623,000
Sale Price

2
Units
2,486
Approx. GLA
An outstanding opportunity awaits the smart owner-occupant / investor; a spacious, solid two family situated in a convenient residential neighborhood within minutes to the vibrant & flourishing New Quincy Center. Located on the Bus-Line (#236) & within a 9-12 minute walk to the newly opened Quincy-Adams Red-Line Gate with service to Downtown Boston & Cambridge makes this an ideal commuter locale. Unit 1 contains a living room, dining room, large eat-in kitchen with a pantry, & 2 bedrooms. Unit 2 has an open living room/dining room, an over-sized kitchen & 2 bedrooms. Additionally, there is a walk-up heated third level, not included in the GLA. Kitchens & baths await your personal touch. Hardwood flooring. Corner lot, secluded side patio & 2 car garage. The Spring & Summer months boast mature flowering plantings. Major highways, I-93/NS & 128 are easily accessible. Lovingly cared for by three generations of one family for nearly seventy years.

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Posted by Granite Group Realtors on 3/17/2019

After you buy or sell a house, you may have only a short amount of time to relocate to a new address. As such, it helps to plan ahead for moving day. Because if you start preparing for your move right away, you can budget accordingly.

There are many moving costs you need to account for as you prepare to relocate, and these expenses include:

1. Packing

The costs of moving boxes, packing tape and other packing supplies can add up quickly if you are not careful. Fortunately, if you consider what you will require so you can pack your belongings, you may be able to minimize your packing costs.

Oftentimes, you can repurpose cardboard boxes for appliances and use them for moving day. If you have empty cardboard boxes for appliances you purchased, you may be able to re-use these boxes during your move.

You also may want to reach out to local supermarkets. In some instances, grocery stores have empty cardboard boxes and bubble wrap that they no longer need. And in these cases, you can pick up assorted supplies that you can use to get ready for your upcoming relocation.

2. Storage

If you have a large collection of items but do not have a place to keep them at your new address, there is no need to stress. In fact, you can rent a storage unit to keep these items safe until you are ready to bring them to your new home.

A storage unit is valuable for those who are moving to a temporary location until they find a permanent house. Or, you may want to rent a storage unit if you still unsure about which items you want to bring to your new residence.

There is no shortage of storage unit providers in cities and towns nationwide. If you shop around, you can find a storage unit company that offers you the space you need to keep your items safe for the time being.

3. Travel

If you want expert help on moving day, you may want to hire a moving company. That way, you can work with a moving company that can accommodate your moving day requests at a budget-friendly price.

Of course, you should account for travel costs associated with food and fuel, too. And if you are relocating from one state to another, you also may need to account for hotel costs as part of your travel expenses.

If you are uncertain about how to prepare for moving day, you may want to consult with a real estate agent as well. In addition to helping you buy or sell a house, a real estate agent can help you plan for moving day. Best of all, he or she can offer tips to help you seamlessly relocate from one location to another.

Create a moving day budget you will be happy you did. If you account for the aforementioned moving expenses, you can avoid the risk of spending beyond your means to get ready for moving day.




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Posted by Granite Group Realtors on 3/14/2019


50 Desmoines Rd, Quincy, MA 02169

South Quincy

Condo

$452,500
Price

6
Rooms
2
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
New offering - Village at Bay Point. 6 room 2 bedroom END unit Town Home that shows big. Open floor plan with large kitchen, breakfast bar and dining area. Upper level offers large master with double closets, 2nd bedroom and a home office or guest room. You will appreciate the full washer dryer up on this level. Gas heat with central air. There is an oversize 2 car garage + 220 s.f. storage room. A rare perk! This one owner that has been gently lived in. The Village is a small complex built in 2007. Easy ride to popular Hingham Shipyard and Ferry. There is a lot to like at this price point. (Back On Market due to delay signing P&S)
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Posted by Granite Group Realtors on 3/13/2019

This Condo in Quincy, MA recently sold for $495,000. This Hi-Rise style home was sold by - Granite Group Realtors.


40 Greenleaf Street, Quincy, MA 02169

Quincy Center

Condo

$519,000
Price
$495,000
Sale Price

4
Rooms
2
Beds
2
Baths
.A rare availability for you in "Atrium". This highly-desirable 40-unit community in Quincy Center offers so much that most owners are long-term residents who never want to leave. Here's your chance to join them. Sun-splashed 6th level open floor plan of spacious 1753 sq.ft. opens onto private enclosed porch. High-end appliances in kitchen and laundry. Custom-built wet bar, alarm system, heat pump just replaced. 2 coats of fresh paint have made this unit sparkle. 2 elevators whisk you down to your deeded under-building parking spot right where the doors open. 1/4 mile to Quincy Center MBTA station. "Atrium" has always enjoyed its reputation for gracious'n'spacious living. Come see why.

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Posted by Granite Group Realtors on 3/10/2019

Selling a house may prove to be a long, complex and stressful process. Fortunately, there are lots of things you can do to increase your chances of enjoying a seamless house selling experience, such as:

1. Craft an Engaging Home Listing

A home listing allows you to make a positive first impression on prospective buyers. Thus, you should spend some time crafting a house listing that will hit the mark with buyers.

There is no need to stretch the truth in your home listing. Instead, provide clear, concise and relevant details about your home. This ensures a buyer can make an informed decision about whether to pursue your residence.

Also, it often helps to include high-resolution photographs of your home in your listing. These images can help a buyer envision what life may be like if he or she purchases your house.

2. Upgrade Your Home's Interior and Exterior

If your home is filled with assorted knick-knacks, antiques, and photographs, you should remove these items for the time being. By doing so, you can minimize the risk that clutter will negatively affect a buyer's perception of your house when he or she sees it in person.

Don't forget to enhance your home's curb appeal, too. If you mow the lawn, trim the hedges and perform other lawn care tasks, you will help buyers fall in love with your house. Also, be sure to repair any damaged windows or siding to further boost your house's curb appeal.

3. Establish a Competitive Initial Asking Price for Your Home

The housing market is competitive, and failing to price your home aggressively from the get-go may make it tough to enjoy a seamless property selling experience. If you learn about your home and the local housing sector, you can establish a competitive initial asking price for your listing.

Oftentimes, it helps to conduct a home appraisal. This allows you to receive a home valuation from a property expert.

You also may want to assess the local housing sector. Review the prices of available homes in your area that are similar to your residence. Then, you can use this housing market data to help you determine the optimal initial asking price for your home.

For sellers who want to streamline the home selling journey, you will want to employ a real estate agent. If you have a real estate agent at your side, you can receive comprehensive assistance at each stage of the process.

A real estate agent is committed to your success, and he or she will work with you to help you achieve the best possible results. This housing market professional will learn about your home selling goals and help you plan accordingly. In addition, a real estate agent is happy to respond to your home selling concerns and questions at any time.

Want to enjoy a seamless home selling journey? Use these tips, and you could reap the benefits of a fast, profitable house selling experience.




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