Christopher Lincoln - RE/MAX Welcome Home - Taunton, MA Real Estate, Norton, MA Real Estate

0 Fisher St L:2, Taunton, MA 02780



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Attention all Developers, Builders, Investors! Here is an opportunity to build a subdivision in Taunton. Convenient location to Interstate 495, Rt.44 and Rt.140. 8 proposed lots over 19 acres. Raw Land. ANRAD approved and attached. Order of Resource Area Delineation attached to the MLS Listing. Perc testing and Zoning approval are required. Town water and natural gas available at the street.
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5 Tracie Ln, Bourne, MA 02532



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Searching to build your dream home but didn't want to go through the headache's of engineering? Well here it is. This is the last large lot on Tracie Lane that doesn't have a home on it. Did I mention it's at the end of the cul de sac? Foundation is in. Plans are drawn up or have your own plans developed for the foundation that is there. Septic system is designed and approved. Public water and natural gas! Just minutes from the Bourne Bridge and Rt.6 Mid Cape Highway.
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Whether you’re selling your home or just need to spruce up the front of your home because it’s lacking curb appeal, you can make a difference in a few simple steps. Below, you’ll find some great suggestions to help you bring the curb appeal of your home to a new level to make your home more inviting. 

Paint Your Door

You want your front door to grab attention. That means that you can take a risk when it comes to choosing a front door color. You’ll need to match the front door with your existing exterior home color and style, but don’t be afraid to go bold. Find the right balance for some great curb appeal. 

Light The Outdoors

If you really want to add some curb appeal to your home, you should make it visible both day and night. There are plenty of great ways to add charm to your yard all while adding practical lights to highlight your landscapes and provide safety at the same time. Solar lighting is great for any yard because it doesn’t require any type of electrical work. 

Redo The Driveway

Your driveway is an overlooked part of the outside of your home. You usually just drive in and out to get to your home. Filling in your driveway, repaving it, filling in the cracks and landscaping alongside the driveway can really make a difference. You can bring your driveway from unsightly to an asset with a little TLC. 

Keep Up With The Landscaping

You should never let your landscaping grow tired. Make sure you keep the bushes, flowers, and shrubs along the front of your home updated. Every so often add a new bush or change out your flowers. It can seem like a big project but it really can be rewarding at just how far small changes can go. You even have the option of making these changes gradually. There’s no reason they need to be drastic.     

Change Your Mailbox

This idea seems incredibly simple but it can really add a lot to your home. Your mailbox doesn’t need to be boring. It should be one of the features that gives your home some character. You can shop for a unique mailbox to suit your style or you can create one of  your own.  


       Take A Second Look At The Walkway

Your front walkway should be a place that’s inviting and gives an overall feel for your home. Lay cement or stone on the walkway to create a decorative pattern. Line the walkway with cedar, wood chips, or other types of mulch to bring an inviting scent as you walk into the home. 

45 Hewitt Ave, Taunton, MA 02780



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Open House 9/16! Location, Location, Location! Welcome home! Minutes to 495 and 44. Located in the Friedman School District on a side street this colonial is ready for new owners! The first floor features an open floor plan, eat in chef's kitchen with large island, gas cook top with downdraft exhaust fan, dual wall ovens, dining room, laundry room/half bathroom and living room. The second floor is home to the master bedroom with dual closets and en suite master bathroom featuring a glass tile shower with dual shower heads and a jetted heated soaking tub. Upstairs also features second full bath and two additional bedrooms. This home has plenty of storage, with an attic accessible by pull-down stairs and semi-finished basement with built-in under-stair storage; the basement also features walk-out access to the backyard. The home boasts beautiful Brazilian Cherry floors downstairs in all but the kitchen and in the upstairs hallway. Siding and back deck replaced in 2016, new fence 2018
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September 16 at 11:00 AM to 12:30 PM
Open House Sunday September 16 from 11AM-12:30pm
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Location: 45 Hewitt Ave, Taunton, MA 02780    Get Directions

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There is no one-size-fits-all approach to craft an effective property listing. Instead, a seller needs to allocate the necessary time and resources to ensure a house listing hits the mark with buyers. In fact, failure to do so may make it tough for a seller to generate interest in his or her home. Perhaps even worse, an ineffective home listing may make it virtually impossible for a seller to enjoy a fast, profitable house selling experience.

Ultimately, there are many things a seller can do to create an effective home listing. These include:

1. Provide Accurate Information About Your Home

Include pertinent information about your home in your property listing – you'll be glad you did. If you can provide lots of relevant information about your home to prospective buyers, you may increase the likelihood that buyers will set up showings to view your residence in-person.

There is no need to stretch the truth in your home listing, either. Conversely, if you strive to include accurate information in your home listing, you can help a buyer make an informed decision to determine if your home meets his or her expectations.

2. Avoid Jargon

Although you want your home listing to capture buyers' attention, you should try to avoid jargon. Otherwise, a buyer may be turned off by your home listing shortly after he or she starts to read it.

When it comes to crafting an effective home listing, keeping things concise and precise is ideal. If you use your home listing to engage and inform buyers, you may be able to differentiate your listing from others.

3. Add High-Resolution Images

Including high-resolution images of your home's interior and exterior may make a world of difference in your listing. These images allow you to highlight the size and beauty of your residence. As a result, they may lead to many property showings in the near future.

Of course, before you take pictures of your home, you may want to clean both inside and outside. Remove clutter from inside your home and ensure each room looks pristine prior to taking photographs for a property listing. Meanwhile, you should take photographs that show off your house's dazzling front lawn, spacious driveway and other stunning exterior features too.

For those who want to craft a home listing that garners buyers' attention, you may want to collaborate with a real estate agent as well. This housing market professional can offer tips and recommendations to help you prepare an effective property listing. Plus, he or she can help you promote your residence to dozens of prospective buyers and ensure you can streamline the property selling journey. Best of all, a real estate agent is ready to respond to your house selling concerns and questions at any time.

Ready to create an effective home listing? Use the aforementioned tips, and you can craft a house listing that will help you distinguish your residence from the competition.