Svetlana Sheinina


Posted by Svetlana Sheinina on 1/23/2018

Determining the fair market price for your house can be a challenge for even the most diligent home seller. As such, it is important to conduct plenty of research before you add your house to the real estate market. Home sellers who perform comprehensive research into the real estate market can find out how similar houses are priced and plan accordingly. Furthermore, home sellers will be able to assess the real estate market in general and get a better idea about how homebuyers may view their residences. Ultimately, it is paramount for a home seller to consider a number of factors to ensure he or she lists a residence at a fair price, including: 1. The Home's Condition A two-bedroom home that requires extensive repairs likely will sell for less than a similar two-bedroom house that has been well maintained over the years. As a result, you'll want to look closely at the condition of your house, and if necessary, complete any home repairs before you add your residence to the real estate market. To fully evaluate your house's condition, you may want to employ a home appraiser to evaluate your residence. This appraiser can help you identify potential home issues that may prevent you from maximizing the value of your house and ensure you can fix these problems quickly. 2. Your Timeline Are you looking to move out of your current residence and into a new house immediately? If so, you may want to consider a below-average price that helps your home stir up interest among a wide range of homebuyers. Conversely, if you're looking to optimize the sale price of your house, you may want to spend some time improving the interior and exterior of your home. By doing so, you'll be able to boost your chances of generating widespread interest in your residence among homebuyers. Consider your timeline as you prepare to list your residence. And remember, if you are in no rush to sell your house, you may be able to wait out homebuyers and ensure you receive an offer that fulfills your needs. 3. Potential Negotiations There are no guarantees that a homebuyer will offer you the asking price of your house, regardless of how long your residence has been available. But if you price your home and are willing to negotiate with a homebuyer, you may be able to improve your chances of a fast sale. For instance, a home seller who leaves is open to negotiations may be willing to settle for less than his or her initial asking price under the right circumstances. And if you work with a real estate agent, this professional could help you find many interested homebuyers in a short period of time. A real estate agent can help you handle any negotiations and ensure you are fully satisfied with any offer you accept. Therefore, this professional can play an important role in the home selling process and enable you to determine the best price for your residence as well. Dedicate the time and resources necessary to price your house, and you should be able to improve your home's chances of garnering interest from homebuyers far and wide.





Posted by Svetlana Sheinina on 1/19/2018

Fantastic opportunity for investment! The utmost flexibility in use: Live in part of this beautiful house & rent other units for substantial income or just "rent out".Very well balanced units are bright & sunny, spacious & offer 2 brs,large kitchens and good size living room. First floor unit has additional den/office. Well built in the beginning of the 20th century the house features: tall ceilings, large replacement windows, walk -out basement, separate utilities for each unit, gas heat and laundry for each unit. There is plenty of parking. Location is amazing: short walk to the public beach at Coachlace pond and walking distance to the vibrant downtown for dining, shopping and entertainment. Total monthly rent $3,215

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Posted by Svetlana Sheinina on 1/18/2018

ďOh, how lovelyĒ- describes this bright sun filled townhome in an ideal location! Itís close to vibrant Davis Square bustling with restaurants, cafes, shops & movie theatre and short walk to Tufts University. This 2 bedroom - 3 level unit, features generously sized rooms, plenty of closets and a tastefully designed granite kitchen with counter space for gourmet cooking. The kitchen opens onto an inviting private deckÖso great for entertaining. The 1st floor bonus room with access to outdoor patio, make this property unique and spacious. A one car garage and 2 deeded off-street parking spots make this opportunity even sweeter!! Bus stops for #87, 88, 89 are convenient and you are close to Rt 16, 2 and 3 for escaping town. Parks and day-care nearby. OH: Sat 01/20 & Sun 01/21, 12-2PM.

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Posted by Svetlana Sheinina on 1/16/2018

Many people think of their first home as a ďstarter home.Ē This refers to a home that is fairly small and typically is for young people who are just starting out in a new phase of life. These types of homes are generally not thought of as ďforever homes.Ē Many times, as families expand, they will move on from their starter homes to bigger and better homes. This includes living in desirable neighborhoods and adding extra comforts that the first home may not have had. Other times, people expand on their starter home in order to make more room for children and the needs of a growing family. These homes truly are jumping off points. Studies show that the idea of starter homes is disappearing. It could be that the requirements of first-time homebuyers are changing and therefore the types of homes that are being sought after are few and far between. The expectations of buyers have increased greatly. Buyers would like adequate space and hope that their first home is not only in a great location, but ready for them to move in without much work as well. Really, buyers are looking for everything anyone would want in their forever home in their starter homes. So, is it a smart idea to search for a starter home, only to move a few years later? The answer is multi-faceted. Starter homes are typically the homes that you can afford at the present time in your life. If you decide that you can save up longer and go for the house you really want, that may be a smarter financial decision for you. Thereís always an option to wait for more homes to go on the market while you rent a place. If you do decide to go for a starter home, hereís some tips for you: Donít Try To Get Everything You Want For A Low Price Buyers tend to have wish lists of the things they desire in a house. While thatís a great idea, donít expect to get everything you want in your starter home. Manage your expectations along with the cost of the home. See Where You Can Expand Many homes have great potential, but buyers have what they see set in their minds and fail to see what can be done in the future. Look at homes with open eyes and picture the possibilities. Know There Will Be Work Involved Purchasing a starter home means that youíll usually need to participate in home improvement projects. Donít go for a home that needs major work done if youíre not up for the challenge. Typically, youíll need to be able to get your hands dirty by doing things like changing out wallpaper, painting walls, or sanding cabinets. These are the little projects that make your house your own.





Posted by Svetlana Sheinina on 1/9/2018

Your outdoor lighting is perhaps one neglected area of your home. For both safety and beauty, the outdoors deserve a certain amount of attention when it comes to lighting. There are plenty of ways that you can make your outdoor lighting both welcoming and practical.


Layer It


Just as you would inside your home, you should try to layer your lighting. To do this, you should include many different kinds of lighting especially lighting that brightens the outside walls of the home, highlights landscaping elements, and even some overhead lighting.


Use Decorative Lighting


Decorative lanterns and lamps are an easy way to add lighting to your outdoor spaces. You can let them stand on their own, spread them out, or you can group them and line them up in certain areas like a wall or a table. Candles are also a great way to multi-purpose practical lighting with decorative lighting. 


Light Your Steps


Itís important to provide adequate lighting on stairs and decks. Anywhere that people can trip is a place that needs adequate lighting. Solar powered lights are perfect for these uses.


Use String Lights


String lighting hung overhead can be perfect for courtyards, decks, roofs, or even trees and shrubbery. If you donít have anything to hang string lights from, you can always get creative using posts and planters. This is a great non-permanent solution for you to have some pretty lighting available.


Donít Draw Too Much Attention To Your Property


While you want adequate lighting on the outside of your property, you also donít want to draw attention to an area of your yard. The whole neighborhood doesnít need to know that youíre out on your deck, hanging out. Choose lighting that provides an inviting glow without an overpowering brightness.            


Use Table Lamps


You may have thought that table lamps are only for the indoors, but think again. Your outdoor setup can be the same as your indoor setup. Put table lamps down on your outdoor tables for adequate illumination. Be sure that the lamps youíre using are rated for the outdoors. 


If you use the right techniques and always be sure that youíre following safety protocols,  you can find success with your outdoor lighting scheme. When your home is properly lit, the best part is that youíll be able to enjoy the outdoors of your home much more thoroughly during seasonable times. Youíll also have an increased sense of security and comfort in and around your home. Itís well known that burglars are deterred from intruding on well-lit properties. Set up your outdoor lighting right and get the outdoor season off on the right foot.




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