Lisa Bradley - Re/Max Vision



Posted by Lisa Bradley on 4/19/2018

This Condo in Westborough, MA recently sold for $172,000. This Mid-Rise style home was sold by Lisa Bradley - Re/Max Vision.


8-A Mayberry Dr, Westborough, MA 01581

Condo

$169,900
Price
$172,000
Sale Price

4
Rooms
2
Beds
1
Baths
New to Market....Won't Last..... Modern Kitchen with updated counters..... Stainless Steel appliances & Wood Floor.. 3 large closets..... Easy to Heat... Easy to Cool with wall A/C or cross ventilation through Front & Back windows...2 Deeded parking spots are assigned.... Pets and small dogs allowed with Association approval. 2.8 Miles to Train....Easy Highway Access....Call Now.....

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Tags: Real Estate   Condo   Westborough   01581  
Categories: Sold Homes  


Posted by Lisa Bradley on 3/29/2018


2 Williamsburg Ct, Shrewsbury, MA 01545

Condo

$179,900
Price

4
Rooms
2
Beds
1
Baths
PENTHOUSE LEVEL, TURN KEY, BEAUTIFUL UNIT with 13X5 balcony. Unit is bright, and light filled throughout with a great paint color selection, and updates. Pride of ownership abounds. It is featured on the top floor of the complex which comes with plenty of peace, and quiet. You will find recently added hardwood and tile flooring. The kitchen offers stainless steal appliances, and granite countertops. The updated full bath offers charm with dark vanity and a tiled floor. A large unique closet will be found in the master that has been converted to a nice little study/office nook area. Another great sized 5X6 ft closet and a 2x2 ft linen closet offer addl. storage. The seller is choosing to leave 2 large armories, headboard w/ cabinets, desk nook area in master BR closet area and the entertainment stand in the living room. See pics attached to listing for furniture being included with sale. Convenient commuter location near UMASS, and Rte.9, off street deeded parking space #274.
Open House
Saturday
March 31 at 12:00 PM to 1:30 PM
Please come check this unit out...Will not last...enter through foyer door on inside of courtyard and agent will buzz you up. Updated...great value.
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Location: 2 Williamsburg Ct, Shrewsbury, MA 01545    Get Directions

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Posted by Lisa Bradley on 3/29/2018


2 Williamsburg Ct, Shrewsbury, MA 01545

Condo

$179,900
Price

4
Rooms
2
Beds
1
Baths
PENTHOUSE LEVEL, TURN KEY, BEAUTIFUL UNIT with 13X5 balcony. Unit is bright, and light filled throughout with a great paint color selection, and updates. Pride of ownership abounds. It is featured on the top floor of the complex which comes with plenty of peace, and quiet. You will find recently added hardwood and tile flooring. The kitchen offers stainless steal appliances, and granite countertops. The updated full bath offers charm with dark vanity and a tiled floor. A large unique closet will be found in the master that has been converted to a nice little study/office nook area. Another great sized 5X6 ft closet and a 2x2 ft linen closet offer addl. storage. The seller is choosing to leave 2 large armories, headboard w/ cabinets, desk nook area in master BR closet area and the entertainment stand in the living room. See pics attached to listing for furniture being included with sale. Convenient commuter location near UMASS, and Rte.9, off street deeded parking space #274.
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses

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Tags: Shrewsbury   Real Estate   Condo   01545  
Categories: New Homes  


Posted by Lisa Bradley on 1/23/2018

Believe it or not, buying a condo can be a quick, easy process, particularly for those who understand their homebuying needs.

Ultimately, there are several factors to consider before you purchase a condo, including:

1. Your Budget

How much can you afford to spend on a condo? You should evaluate your homebuying budget closely to ensure you can cover all of the costs associated with condo living.

Getting pre-approved for a mortgage usually is ideal. With a mortgage in hand, you can browse a wide range of condos and find one that matches your budget perfectly.

Furthermore, don't forget to account for homeowners' association (HOA) fees before you buy a condo. HOA fees will vary depending on the condo community, and you should learn about them in advance so you can budget accordingly.

2. Property Size and Location

How much space do you need to accommodate your family? Consider the short- and long-term ramifications of a condo purchase, and you should have no trouble finding a condo that is the right size for you.

If you're uncertain about how big of a condo that you'll need, don't hesitate to consult with a real estate agent. This housing market expert will learn about your homebuying needs and help you narrow your search for the ideal condo.

Also, be sure to consider the location of a condo. If you want to find a place to live near school or work, you should search for condos that will help you cut down on your commute time.

3. Condo Rules and Regulations

Condo living is different from living in a traditional house. In a condo community, you'll have your own property, but there may be numerous condo rules and regulations in place that you'll need to follow at all times.

For example, many condo owners cannot modify a property's exterior without first getting approval from an HOA board. This means if you want to paint your condo bright pink or upgrade the property's windows, you'll need to ask the HOA board for permission.

Examine a condo community's rules and regulations prior to purchasing a condo. This will enable you to review the HOA board's mandates and determine whether you would feel comfortable following these rules and regulations.

When it comes to finding a condo, there is no need to look for a property on your own. Conversely, if you work with a real estate agent, you can take the guesswork out of searching for a top-notch condo.

Finding a real estate agent with condo experience is essential. This real estate professional will set up condo showings, keep you informed about new condos as they become available and negotiate with property sellers on your behalf. That way, this real estate agent will make it easy for you to acquire a first-rate condo at a budget-friendly price.

Kick off your search for the perfect condo today, and you can move closer to securing a condo that will serve you well for an extended period of time.




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Posted by Lisa Bradley on 10/3/2017

Looking to purchase your first home? Not sure if you want to purchase a single-family home or a condo? What you purchase will be determinant on your thoughts about the below information. Take a look at the various differences between single-family homes and condos and decide the pros and cons for yourself. Location: Based on your price range, you will typically be able to purchase a condo in a location where you would otherwise not be able to purchase a home. But in return, you are often getting less square footage, closer by neighbors, and smaller outdoor living space. If you sacrifice a downtown city location for a location right outside of the city, you will get more for your money. Do you want to be able to walk to restaurants, shops and maybe work or is a home with free parking a more attractive option to you? It all depends on what is most important to you. Privacy: There will be less privacy when owning a condo versus a home, as neighbors are much closer. Condos typically share a wall with one another, some on just one side and some on both sides. This is an important detail to take into consideration when deciding between a condo and single-family home. Additional Costs: HOA fees or homeowner association fees are monthly fees that condo owners must pay. The fees cover things such as utilities, reserve and contingency funds, amenities, maintenance and repairs, which includes lawn care, snow removal, trash removal, exterior upkeep, etc. These costs vary depending on the condo amenities and policies. However, itís important to be aware that there is the possibility that these fees increase if there is not enough in the reserve to cover unforeseen costs. When owning a home, there are no HOA fees. This means that a homeowner needs to be cognizant of the additional costs of owning a home. Will you purchase a lawnmower and snow blower or hire a service? Will you have the additional funds to pay for unforeseen expenses? These are important questions to consider. Restrictions: Owning a condo has some limitations as there will be restrictions that would not exist when owning your own home (unless you purchase a historical home). There are often restrictions dealing with the exterior of your home, parking restrictions as well as having certain barbecues on decks. Condos are an attractive choice for those looking for a low maintenance lifestyle. And owning and maintaining a home will take more work on the homeownerís part. Itís important to figure out exactly what you want out of a home before you decide on one or the other, but knowing the difference between a single-family home and a condo is a first step.